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I am very new to Linux and am learning by doing. I would like to log in to my Novell 4.11 server. What do I need to do this? Where do I get it? How do I install it?

Jeremy Neppl
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Check out the link below:

http://now-well.sourceforge.net/linux/now-well/index.htm

It is the homepage for a highly capable and easy-to-install novell client for linux. Needs no compiling and very little config. Just downlaod and follow the readme instructions and you'll be logging on in no time.
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I have done this and I can at least get it to start. I get a couple errors right away and it stops. I will keep digging to try to get it to work.
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