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Linux and desktops on isolated LAN

On 7/27/07, Scott Ehrlich <scott-3s7WtUTddSA at> wrote:
> For linux to linux (Enterprise to CentOS), what is the best way to establish
> user home directories that, when a user sits at a workstation and boots into
> Linux, no matter what desktop they sit at, they log into their home directory,
> even if they end up using multiple workstations to get their job done.

A remote NFS mount?  That's what I would do.  But since you are using
Windows as well, how about a remote SMB mount of the home dir?  You
can auth with whatever method you like I suppose...
Kristian Hermansen

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