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    [SOLVED] Re: NIS, NFS, and autofs issue

    Aha! It looks like the issue is that when I installed, it picked up the name archos for the host and put it into /etc/hosts as 127.0.1.1. I don't know what the justification is for that, but I've...
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    Re: NIS, NFS, and autofs issue

    Okay, here's a fun update. If I try to have a local auto.home, then this doesn't work:

    * archos.rlent.pnet:/data/home/&
    But this does

    * localhost:/data/home/&
    Where auto.master...
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    NIS, NFS, and autofs issue

    I've just converted a server from Fedora 14 to Ubuntu 12.04. "Converted" of course means a clean install.

    I'm now trying to get all of the services back up and running and have some working pretty...
  4. [ubuntu] NFS home directories different desktop environments

    Long, long ago, I used FVWM2. And I had NIS and NFS running, and I had different configurations for different hosts because my SunOS and Solaris hosts had different version of stuff than my Linux...
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    [SOLVED] Re: NIS users can't log in

    I guess I can consider this solved. The moral is:



    Don't use network manager, configure the interface manually. While it is convenient to have centralized host configuration, it's perfectly...
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    [SOLVED] Re: NIS users can't log in

    I ended up uninstalling network-manager and settting up the interface manually. There seems to be some ordering issue with the network start and ypbind. The GUI login screen would take several...
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    [SOLVED] Re: NIS users can't log in

    Okay, progress, sort of. I can log in on the console. I was missing a colon in the + entry in /etc/passwd. I still can't log in via the GUI/lightdm because my user has disappeared from the list after...
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    [SOLVED] NIS users can't log in

    I've been using Fedora for a long time, but this is the first Ubuntu install I've done. I've install 12.04 64-bit and after a bit of trouble getting autofs to play nice with how Fedora does it's NIS...
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