Does anyone know how to get the Novell Client equivilent for linux? so users
can logon to a novell server via Linux? hope someoen can help
Dave Yates, Birmingham UK
You will need the ipx kernel module and the ncpfs package available atQuote:>Does anyone know how to get the Novell Client equivilent for linux? so users
>can logon to a novell server via Linux? hope someoen can help
Follow the instructions in the IPX-HOWTO (should be available in
softcopy on your system, but is available at the Linux Documentation
Project at http://www.linuxdoc.org/ ) and the README and README.NDS
doc in the ncpfs source directory.
I use it so that I can bridge our Novell NDS lan to our LANMAN lan
through our Slackware Linux 7.0 (kernel 2.2.13) box.
Information Technology Consultant
Toronto Dominion Bank Financial Group
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I am running Redhat 6 at my home. I have trouble logging into that server
from my office. I use a point to point script (start-pppoe) in order to get
the PC into the network and have an IP address allocated to it (through
DHCP). I use the same IP address from my office and telnet to it. When I do
this, I see the linux login information header come up on my xterm, but the
login prompt would not appear. In theory, I am able to connect, but not
login to the linux machine. Can someone give me some suggestion to this end.
The system in my office is an HPUX (10.2).