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    Is there another way to connect Linux computers to the server SLES10&OES2 except the ncpmount?

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    Re: ncpmount sles10

    Quote Originally Posted by tolikk View Post
    Is there another way to connect Linux computers to the server SLES10&OES2 except the ncpmount?
    Sure & good question: NFS, CIFS/Samba, SFTP (over SSH), FTP being the ones that come to mind directly... depends on what you are planning to do with the data on the OES server.

    From all the options configuring CIFS on the OES server would be the simplest in my mind, as also file locking (and cross protocol locking, when talking a recent OES version) mechanisms are in place which is usually a good idea to have.
    If your data is on NSS volumes, having CIFS means transparent access as the login and rights granted on the CIFS share are equal to those you would get when logged in and coming from NCP side (Novell Client).

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    Willem
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  3. Re: ncpmount sles10

    Thank you, I will try alternative ways to mount volumes OES2 server

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    Re: ncpmount sles10

    Quote Originally Posted by Magic31 View Post
    What OS and patchlevel is the Novell server you are mounting to? If it's pre 6.0 and latest patches have not been applied... could be something there.
    Duh... sorry about that question, as you had already stated that in the opening post Got my wires crossed with the NetWare bits posted....

    Let us know how you go with the alternatives.

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  5. Re: ncpmount sles10

    I am install novell-client 2.0.1

    Mount:
    nwlogin -u ap -p xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -t 10.55.55.55 -s 10.55.55.55 -c sys

    Mount and codepage - OK.

    List of rights from mount directory drwx------, files rwx------.
    question: how to set a list of rights to mount catalogs of 770 (rwxrwx---)?

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