On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 11:58:37AM +0200, Jean-Baptiste Denis wrote:
> I can only think about a terrible hack -- set two domains,
> single user you want to keep the original homedir from the first domain.
Just tested your suggestion, out of curiosity and it worked. Why not, my
need is quite specific.
Slightly out of topic question, I've also tried it with filter_groups
instead of filter_users, and in my case, the groups are search within
ldap. Is there a way to lookup for a local group in the a domain defined
with id_provider = ldap ?
override_homedir = /home/%u
filter_group = ldaphome # <--- a group within /etc/group ?
id_provider = ldap
I'm not sure this would work correctly because the usual order of NSS
databases as defined in /etc/nsswitch.conf is "files sss". That way,
/etc/groups is queried first and only if the group is not found in
files, the sss source is queried.