Hello Scott,

You wrote:
>He is running the AIX version of Samba, compiled on an AIX system, and
>running in the PASE on OS/400. He is not, at this point, trying to modify
>it.

I understand that.  I was just pointing out that OS/400 does have the
concept of a home directory.  I don't know if PASE is clever enough to use
it.

>From what you say, it may be _possible_ that PASE is smart enough to use
>convert the data returned to Samba to be the appropriate home
>directories, but since he's having problems getting anything to work, I
>was suggesting that he try a simpler scenario first.

I was going to have a bash at making this work but discovered that the
installation CD with PASE on it was missing from my 440 order.  I have 510
ordered and 450 here but I don't fancy doing an OS upgrade just to get
PASE.  I'll have to chase up my vendor and see if I can get a replacement
CD -- fat chance this late in the game!

Regards,
Simon Coulter.

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