Description of problem:
Directories that are subdirectories of a users home directory when
polyinstantiated are appearing on the Desktop as disk icons. pam_namespace uses
the mount API with MS_BIND to mount polyinstantiated directories and maybe these
mounts are being confused for removable media.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Configure pam_namespace to polyinstantiate a directory in $HOME.
Steps to Reproduce:
> Configure pam_namespace to polyinstantiate a directory in $HOME.
Can you go into a little more detail here ?
I am a novice when it comes to pam_namespace (and tbzatek, too, I guess)
First of all you can read about it by doing a 'man namespace.conf'. Here is a
typical line from my namespace.conf:
$HOME/data $HOME/data.inst/ level:shared:noinit:create root
Create a directory in a users home named 'data.inst'. Edit
/etc/security/namespace.conf and add this line. Edit /etc/pam.d/gdm and add:
session required pam_namespace.so unmnt_remnt use_default_context
gen_hash debug ignore_instance_parent_mode
in place of any existing line configuring pam_namespace.so.
Log out and log in again.
A coworker figured out how to get them to go away but this is just a workaround
and not a solution:
apps > nautilus > desktop
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