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How do I setup linux like a novell server ?? or with NFS ???
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For Novell see mars_nwe, there are FAQs and HOWTOs.
For NFS see net-2-howto, nfs filesystem must be enabled in kernel
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If you have windows 95 clients, you could install Samba.
It's a NFS program include with linux or if not, you can have it
on the linux site. You will have to configure it and after, your Linux server will act as a Nt server or a novell server so you will be able to map (or mount) a dos drive from your client and use
all the printers that will be attached to the linux server.

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