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Which software should I use for "Novell Netware Emulation" in Linux Redhat 7.0 ?

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I search through the net and find out many different version of "MARS-NWE". I need a "Novell Netware Emulator" that is supported on "Linux Redhat 7.0".

(1) I found some "mars-nwe-0.99pl17-7kl.i586.RPM", "mars-nwe-0.99pl17-7kl.ppc.RPM", "mars-nwe-0.99pl17-7kl.sparc.RPM", etc... Can someone tell me which one is supported by "Redhat 7.0"

(2) Pls suggest a "Novell Netware Emulator" that is easy to use (user friendly) and supported by Redhat 7.0

(3) Any other program beside "mars-nwe" that can perform "Novell Netware Emulation" ?
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Hi,

The client one is ncpfs which for redhat can be downloaded from : ftp://rpmfind.net/linux/redhat/7.0/en/os/i386/RedHat/RPMS/ncpfs-2.2.0.18-3.i386.rpm .

Mars-nwe (MARtin Stover's NetWare Emulator) is a server package that provides netware file & print services for linux. RH7.0 official rpm is here : ftp://rpmfind.net/linux/redhat/7.0/en/os/i386/RedHat/RPMS/mars-nwe-0.99pl19-11.i386.rpm

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Thankx Rgds
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