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How do you install A Novell Client on A Linux Server.??
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maybe you already have the client installed; try 'slist' and see if anything happens.   If you get 'command not found', you need to install the client.

if you use Redhat or have rpm, you could do

rpm -up /mnt/cdrom/RedHat/RPMS/ncpfs*
where you replace the /mnt/cdrom/ etc with the path to your Red Hat rpms.
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Thank you it worked!!
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