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I installed likewise-open including the likewise-open-gui to join my company's domain. I entered my computername and domain in the gui, provided an administrator account to join, and it did say it was successfull.

However, after rebooting I still don't have an entry to login via the domain, only guest and my local user. Any idea what's wrong?

Edit: su to a windows user does work in terminal. So the basics are working, I just need to know how to get the login option for a domain login.

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Acutally adding a greeter-hide-users=true to /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf was enough (it disables the history of users on the login screen and adds a field where you have to enter username and password).

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