I have a Linux system happy :) and running S.u.S.E. Linux 5.3 with -
with network support..... So how do I do it ? the interface is 10/100
drop a line please,
> I have a Linux system happy :) and running S.u.S.E. Linux 5.3 with -
> kernel 2.0.36.SuSE
> with network support..... So how do I do it ? the interface is 10/100
> drop a line please,
I am afraid that you can't do this. NTs idea is based on the dictatorship
centralised admin and so is MS. The domain controller has the power and
accounts to verify login(logon) to the network for sharing resources.
Unix is not based on the same idea.
But the main thing is to share resources, so you can use SAMBA to connect
Personally, my experience with NT and LINUX told me that Linux is very
with NT(MS STUFF), but NT is not very co-operative.
What i said is what i know to that extent, comments are welcome.
> drop a line please,
Can anybody point me in the right direction to get this info?
> > accounts to verify login(logon) to the network for sharing resources.
> > Unix is not based on the same idea.
> > But the main thing is to share resources, so you can use SAMBA to connect
> > with NT.
> Related to this, I have a linux box in my office, and want to
> mount my directories on a remote netware server, so I can access
> the files directly from linux (and extend my storage space).
> Can anybody point me in the right direction to get this info?
Or, if you have NetWare 4.1x, you should be able to install FTP by itself from
the NetWare CD.
In either case, you'll want to make sure you've got the latest patches from
Novell to fix the FTP security problems.
I've got it set up so the Unix guys in our company can FTP files to our Novell
servers, and the mainframe and other mini's can FTP files as well. Seems to
work pretty well.
>> If you want to access your Novell directories on your Linux box use
>Okay. But it's not on my box; can I download
>it from redhat.com?
Maybe RedHat has a version too, but that's something left for you.
We have 3 Linux 5.2 Pent II servers using Samba to share files with a Dual
processor 500Mhz NT 4.0 domain controller server . Each Linux server
Polls the out side world using the network, internet, and modems. The
poling is done at consistent time hacks every day 365 days a year on each
server. The clocks drift constantly and eventually the times overlap and
ultimately one or all the servers break the Samba link or lock up a modem.
Thus, no more data until server(s) are rebooted. Is there a no-brainer way
to sync the time on these computers. I,m 7 years away from my Unix years
and a bit week in my Linux. Kind of forced to make things happen "NOW"
and I'm not back up to par yet.
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