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Old 06-03-2003, 03:22 PM   #1
Registered: Apr 2002
Location: NB, Canada
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Novell Client on Yopper. (Server running Novell 5 SP6)

We are a high school in Canada, and we are running a Novell 5 server with service pack 6 installed. We have recently installed Yopper Linux and would like to find a way to connect to the server (For things like accessing network files and directories). We have looked at the gtknw client, (, and it installed fine (You know, the usual ./configure; make; make install deal), but upon running the program itself, we received an error like this:
Loading config...
Done Loading Config...
Netware Server search...
sh: line 1: slist: command not found
Netware Server search...
sh: line 1: slist: command not found
Netware Server search...
Any help you can provide would be appreciated
Carleton North High School (


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