Hi, still testing the UCC thin clients. Am testing a UCC-XRDP LTSP server (I realise it won’t be around after 3.0 but would like to use it as i see on google translate from the german forum that 2.1 should be supported until 2019? And we have some old eeePC based LTSP clients already).
I’m having an issue using a UCR policy on the XRDP server LDAP container to mount the CIFS user home share from my fileserver.
As per the docs 5.5, I enter the parameters:
[li]ucc/mount/cifshome/server = fileserver.fakedomain.com.au[/li]
[li]ucc/mount/cifshome/share = home[/li][/ul]
in my UCR policy tired to /computers/ucc-xrdpserver.
For an example user ‘testuser’ the UCC desktop mounts the remote share /home/ to the local UCC desktop under /home/testuser/
So the fstab entry created by UCC is: [quote]//fileserver.fakedomain.com.au/home on /home/testuser type ifs (rw)[/quote]
In my mind it should be: [quote]//fileserver.fakedomain.com.au/home/testuser on /home/testuser type ifs (rw)[/quote]
So this means the UCC desktop user sees /home/testuser/testuser/ as the path. This seems to break the various login methods (LXDE/RDP etc) as they can’t write their files to the remote /home directory rather than one folder down in /home/testuser/.
Is this a bug, or have I missed something? Is there a ucc/mount/cifshome/options I should be using to get the home share properly mounted?