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Old 04-12-2012, 02:13 PM
stefano malini
 
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Hi,

i installed an ldap server on debian squeeze.
i'll add the users and i want that everyone will login on the server
will have iceweasel, ooffice and some shared folders. do i have to
modify /etc/skel/ on te server? and how?


thanks


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Old 04-13-2012, 02:03 PM
Camaleón
 
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On Thu, 12 Apr 2012 16:13:26 +0200, stefano malini wrote:

> i installed an ldap server on debian squeeze. i'll add the users and i
> want that everyone will login on the server will have iceweasel, ooffice
> and some shared folders. do i have to modify /etc/skel/ on te server?
> and how?

Better if you provide additional information on your setup.

A LDAP server (per se) is just a means to centralize the client's data
and information but does not make any change in the user machines and
thus, you will have to install the applications manually... unless you're
using a LTSP-like/centralized configuration in which case, when you
install the applications "system-wide" on the host, they will become
available for all of the users.

Greetings,

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