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ROY913 11-28-2005 03:49 PM

How To Access Netware Server With Fedora 4 (ncpfs Installed)
 
Hi,

I have just installed Fedora 4 on my PC at work. My company uses netware server to share files. I am unfamiliar with netware and I am not sure what to do except to install the ncpfs from yum.

I have:

Server name: ABC
Login name: User01
Passward: 1234

What's next?

Please help.

Many Thanks.

Roy

ostrowlaw 03-07-2007 11:55 AM

Just finished this. Not too hard. Actually, I'll give the instructions. You need to add a few lines to the /etc/ Take a look at the threads from the last few days here: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...d.php?t=534457

Edit the /etc/rc.d/rc.local file and add some lines:
ipx_configure --auto_interface=on --auto_primary=on
ipx_interface delall
#NOTE BELOW - IF 802.3 DOESN'T WORK TRY 802.2!!
ipx_interface add -p eth0 802.3
ipx_interface check eth0 802.3
#NOTE BELOW - do not use "quotes" in your actual text
#and the following, including mountpointdirectory is on one full line in your file
ncpmount -S "server" -V "volume" -U "user" -P "password" /"mountpointdirectory"

NOTE: you need to create the directory named in /mountpointdirectory above, i.e., /server1/sys etc.

Remember: if you want to mount all volumes, leave out the -V [volume name] in your ncpmount command.

Regards,
Alan
:newbie:


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