After modifying a configuration file on Linux CentOS, the rpm updater doesn't replace it anymore. It is good, and bad ! because most of these worksations will be running almost 5 years without reinstallation.
Isn't it worth using some sort of back-relay+slapo-rwm ?
OS X needs to have an "automountMapName=auto_master" and "automountMapName=auto_home" located in "cn=automountMap,dc=subnet,dc=example,dc=com"
Linux needs to have an "automountMapName=auto.master" and "automountMapName=auto.home" located wherever I want in "dc=subnet,dc=example,dc=com"
The entries contained in "automountMapName=auto_home" and "automountMapName=auto.home" will be exactly the same ones; SO
what is the best way to implement it without duplicate them ? Using aliases or rwm+relay ?
I donít believe that the Linux map names are hardcoded.† On my system automount is started with the master map name in the arguments
and the ldap entry for auto.home is arbitrarily named in
# /home, auto.master, automount, example.com
automountInformation: ldap:ldap.example.com:ou=auto.home,ou=automount,dc=example,dc=com --timeout 300
Iím sure these could be all changed to match the OS X conventions without impacting functionality on Linux.
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