I am running Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server 2.1 version 2.4.9-e.49smp.
I have established an NIS environment in order for all user home directories to reside
on a server where also resides the password file for all users. This way, I only need
to have one location for the password file.
However, there seems to be a fundamental problem with running Mozilla on a client machine,
due to the fact that the user's home directory is on the client and the .mozilla directories
must contain some file name constraints - or whatever.
Any user can always run Mozilla on our NIS server.
I have a problem when I try to run Mozilla from an NIS client.
When I try running Mozilla on an NIS client it completely hangs the client machine.