Not sure if this helps,
But every boxed copy of OpenLinux comes with an
"Netware for Linux" client Disk...
www.calderasystems.com for more info.
From: John Gay
To: ilug at linux.ie
Sent: 10/13/99 8:03 AM
Subject: [ILUG] Novell netware and Linux?
I realise this is probably a no-brainer, but, being lan-illiterate, I'll
I've made some progress in encouraging the use of Linux over M$, but am
getting some flack. The latest nail I put in M$'s coffin here was
Now that it is being distributed by Sun, and completely free, rather
personal version, this is getting serious consideration to replace M$
I've also been told that there is also a Lotus Notes client available
This pretty much wraps it up for necessary app's. Netscape is the
browser, due to I.E.'s failings. The last question that's been asked of
'Can we still use Novell Netware?' I don't fully understand how Novell
exactly, but it is what we use to log in. I've also provided full
about Printer support, which was also a concern, but rather pointless,
as we use
HP's almost exclusively, and they are all fully supported. If I could
with confidence that, yes, of course you can still use Novell, I just
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