[CentOS] kickstart and logins.def question
kwan.lowe at gmail.com
Sat Jan 2 14:36:08 UTC 2010
On Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Kwan Lowe <kwan.lowe at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all:
> Happy New Year to everyone and thank you for all the knowledge this past year.
> I have a hopefully simple question about kickstart. In the
> authconfig section I can enable ldap, credential caching, etc.. Using
> the GUI tool there's an option to create the user home directories on
> first login. The docs don't show a similar option for authconfig in
> kickstart. For now I'm using a sed script in the %post section of the
> kickstart to replace the entry in /etc/login.defs, but was curious if
> there is a standard method via a system utility to change this option.
Still having issues with this... Here's the relevant line from my kickstart:
authconfig --enableshadow --enablemd5 --enableldap
And the sed scripts to enable the pieces that don't seem to have a
passable keyword to change:
yum -y groupinstall xfce
sed -i -e "s/^\(USEMKHOMEDIR=\).*$/\1\yes/" /etc/sysconfig/authconfig
sed -i -e "s/^\(USEPAMACCESS=\).*$/\1\yes/" /etc/sysconfig/authconfig
sed -i -e "s/^\(USELOCAUTHORIZE=\).*$/\1\yes/" /etc/sysconfig/authconfig
Unfortunately this doesn't work. When I login immediately after the
initial reboot it authenticates properly but complains that the user
home directory does not exist. If I then go in as root and run
system-config-authentication and change one item, it will start
creating the home directories.
I checked the following files (all opened by the
system-config-authentication utility), but none except the
/etc/sysconfig/authconfig appear to be related:
Anyone can shed light on why it does not auto-create the home
directories on initial boot?
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