Quote:>I have a NOVELL file server with .9GB of space. Is there any way to
>mount that file system? I want to make a seperate TCP/IP network
>for other machines, but some problems like using the Company laser
>printer and to have the Linux do some file managment on the NOVELL
>system whould be helpful... Any Takers???
Yes it's possible. But you have to shell out for the Netware TCP/IP
software. Bummer. (If you are educational, it's not so bad -- and
definitely worth the additionaly capability you derive!)
And yes -- you can laser print to Netware queues -- its how I print
from my Linux box -- I have access to around 8-9 netware queues as
a result. Nice! (Color laser printing from Linux.... cool...)
Quote:>Also, can I simply hook the machine up to my NOVELL network and send
>out TCP/IP packets? I hear that NOVELL can handle TCP/IP but I
>I have not seen it done...
You have to install several Netware .NLM files on your server. (For
Netware 3.11 -- I don't know how the other servers handle it -- or if
they do...) You'll also need to do some configuring... You may need
to put an additional board in the server as well -- but that depends
upon the board you use.
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