To get the DOSA source code, you need to :
Boot DOSA on a new system, the EULA page comes up. On the EULA
page, it mentions the dell SKU to order to get the DSA source code.
> I'll certainly be moving our devel server to RHEL4, primarily because of
> mount.cifs so I can test a free terminal server as a contrast to the
> Citrix server currently being piloted. I'll see if I can persuade our
> admin to move the apps server across too. What's the best migration plan
> there? At present, nothing has been done with the system so we could do a
> direct install. Later, we might want to use the upgrade option. Does
> this work well? Suppose I can ask RH about that...
mount.cifs seems to be just the new mount smbfs, non?
Whats this terminal server thing? I did not see any info on it, in my 10
seconds of searching :-0
> Conor Daly <conor.daly at oceanfree.net>
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