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How to mount a home folder after gnome login on debian/ubuntu?

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Hi there,

I'm trying to mount a user's home folder after logging into gnome.  Is that possible, and how can it be done.  We're trying to implement a solution where each user runs thier own version of debian/ubuntu linux on thier machines, but where certain mount points come from a central server.  The idea, however is that a user can login to any machine (something like roaming profiles in windows and thier home directory will be mounted from the server)

Is this a good solution, and how can I do this?

Cheers

Zakiwi
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