Re: Fedora 9: dbus problems with /home on nfs
- From: Anne Wilson <cannewilson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 13:07:33 +0100
On Monday 14 July 2008 12:47:25 Tom Horsley wrote:
On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 11:21:28 +0200
David Jansen <jansen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Has anyone else seen this?
I have noticed some kind of problem with logging in
via GDM when I use a user with an NFS home, but never
investigated exactly what the problem was because it
is usually only by accident that I try it.
I have no problem just getting a ssh shell for an NFS
user, but trying to do the full blown GUI session
login, something always seems to go wrong, and all or part
of the expected interface never comes up.
My solution is to avoid NFS like the plague - it always
seems to screw up if you try to write any data across
it. It can almost do reads reliably (except when it can't).
I've never tried using an nfs mount as my home directory, but I do have an nfs
mount to my remote /home in fstab. All important stuff is on there, so I
read and write files regularly. I've had no problems whatsoever with this.
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