Meaning, how are user profiles, and other profiles created in Linux? I know with WIndows 2000 Server you user user profiles through Active Directory when on a domain, but what does Linux use?
Are there any informal websites that can help me with this. The reason is that we are playing with Linux Enterprise but cannot figure out how to set up user profiles.
If a user's home dir is NFS mounted on the workstation that user logs into you have the same affect as a roaming profile on windows, with the additional advantage that the user's data is effectively on
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