While I don't know much about the issue you mentioned, you can add the 
mkhomedir switch to the necessary pam files later also. If you don't know the 
exact files and switches, compare it with an identical machine where you have 
mkhomedir switch enabled at the time of IPA client installation. I think you 
can even copy the same pam files and put it inside your /etc/pam.d
Regards,Nidal

--- On Sat, 8/13/11, Thing <thing.th...@gmail.com> wrote:

From: Thing <thing.th...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Freeipa-users] Could not update ICEauthority file 
/home/brad/.ICEauthority FreeIPA
To: "Bradley Clemetson" <b...@codeprogrammers.net>
Cc: freeipa-users@redhat.com
Date: Saturday, August 13, 2011, 9:11 PM

Hi,

For the client I suspect you need to set the mkhomedir flag when doing the 
install, I dont know how to set it afterward so I suggest a quick fix is 
un-install the client and re-install with that flag.

regards


Steven

On Sun, Aug 14, 2011 at 4:06 PM, Bradley Clemetson <b...@codeprogrammers.net> 
wrote:

Hi,

I am setting up a freeipa2 server (both fedora 15), and I was able to get the 
ipa-client-install to work perfectly (as far as I know) by yum excluding 
libcurl and curl. If I run kinit brad, I can authenticate and that works aswell.




But when I want to login as me through gdm, I get "Could not update 
ICEauthority file /home/brad/.ICEauthority" granted the home folders do not 
exist as this would be my first ever login.



Any and all help is GREATLY appreciated, as I am currently replacing a windows 
computer lab to fedora, and have got eveything else ready to go.



Thanks You for a great product.



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