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* Creates samba share
 
* Creates samba share
 
* Creates permissions for newly created directories.
 
* Creates permissions for newly created directories.
* UpdateMediaDeamon is enabled and disables via the following script:
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  /usr/pluto/bin/UpdateMediaDaemonControl.sh
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== Log Location==  
===Log Location===
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   /var/log/pluto/SetupUsers_Homes.log
 
   /var/log/pluto/SetupUsers_Homes.log
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==RemoveUser.sh==
 
==RemoveUser.sh==
 
Removes a LinuxMCE user from the linux system users. This script is executed from the LinuxMCE web-admin interface before the LinuxMCE user is removed from the databases.
 
Removes a LinuxMCE user from the linux system users. This script is executed from the LinuxMCE web-admin interface before the LinuxMCE user is removed from the databases.

Latest revision as of 06:57, 18 May 2010

SetupUsers.sh

  • Call /usr/pluto/bin/SetupUsers_Homes.sh script: see below
  • Creates user voicemenu by calling:
 /usr/pluto/bin/generate_users_voicemenu.pl

Log Location

 /var/log/pluto/SetupUsers_Homes.log

SetupUsers_Homes.sh

  • Adds a LinuxMCE user to the system setting up a home user directory /home/user_* and adding the LinuxMCE subdirectories.
  • Creates samba share
  • Creates permissions for newly created directories.

Log Location

 /var/log/pluto/SetupUsers_Homes.log

RemoveUser.sh

Removes a LinuxMCE user from the linux system users. This script is executed from the LinuxMCE web-admin interface before the LinuxMCE user is removed from the databases.

RemoveUser.sh [OPTIONS] <LinuxMCEUserID>
-d             delete home directory
-a             delete all files owned by user
-b[=DIR]       create at backup of user files before deleting them and place it in
               the DIR directory. If no DIR is specified the backup should be placed
               /tmp directory