Running a small NanoBSD image that is supposed to provide only a one-user,
single simple session utilizing Firefox, I run into problems.
The setup targets a security sensitive issue, so the /home folder is
created as a memory disk and of limited size via /etc/fstab.
The user, called "autologin" for simple reasons, has the proper settings
# Autologin Terminal
Pc-auto|Pc autologin console:\
and its settings in /etc/ttys meets this requirement by:
ttyv1 "/usr/libexec/getty Pc-auto" xterm on secure
So far. To make this user a real autologin user, I also added
to /etc/pam.d/system the recommendation as of:
session required /usr/local/lib/pam_mkhomedir.so \
required pam_lastlog.so no_fail
Obviously, this logix doesn't apply. The user "autologin" gets logged in to
"/", on the console I have some error message saying
No home directory.
Logging in with home = "/"
The user is located in root's root. Typing "cd" at the carret puts then this
user into /home/autolgin - as expected, but too late!
I guess autologin logs in users way to early, or something is missing in the
pam_mkhomedir config, but I can't find out what. I tried to check also
login.conf(5) for suitable answeres, but none found. The operator :requirehome:
in /etc/login.conf can not be used, since the creation of the home on loggin
doesn't work as expected.
Is this a bug or a feature? Is there a solution to this?
Thank you very much in advance for your help,
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