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Presently I am having a small lan with Netware 3 server and 5 diskless nodes (no fdd, no hdd) booting to DOS off the server. All the diskless nodes are having standard novell compatible ne 2000 lan cards with boot roms. I intend to replace the Netware Server with a Linux Server. Kindly advise how to replace the Netware with linux (backup of data has been taken). My primary concern is to use the existing diskless nodes and thier lan hardware becuase it is not possible for me to provide each node with a HDD.


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There is netware server for linux
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