"Novell-like","non-TCP/IP","networking" OS to place Unix

"Novell-like","non-TCP/IP","networking" OS to place Unix

Post by Jerry Hamilt » Sat, 29 Apr 1995 04:00:00



Perhaps a somewhat ill-defined question, but:  Is there an OS for
Unix machines (Sun, HP, etc.) which is network oriented, like
Novell, and not dependent on TCP/IP?


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"Novell-like","non-TCP/IP","networking" OS to place Unix

Post by Emery Lapins » Sun, 30 Apr 1995 04:00:00




>Perhaps a somewhat ill-defined question, but:  Is there an OS for
>Unix machines (Sun, HP, etc.) which is network oriented, like
>Novell, and not dependent on TCP/IP?

I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, and I'm not really sure
if my answer is going to be correct, but you can compile IPX support
into Linux.  Check the linux groups for more and correct) info.

-Emery

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