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I haven't worked with Netware, so I am absolutely new to this.

I have been working with other OSs, whereby I need to set up some Samba shared files.  That is in Linux I have edited the fstab file and mounted them.  How then is it done in Netware 6.5.
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Note that EE has a NetWare-specific TA --> http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Netware/

NetWare supports a number of methods of making filesystems available to clients, under the umbrella of Native File Access Protocols, a component that ships with NetWare v6.5. If you did not set up the server, then you may need to install the components.

As regards your specific Question, NFAP can be configured to make NetWare-hosted filesystems available via CIFS.

Novell maintains a vast online library of support information at --> http://support.novell.com

The complete NetWare v6.5 documentation is available at --> http://www.novell.com/documentation/nw65/index.html

In particular, you may be interested in the NFAP documentation --> http://www.novell.com/documentation/nw65/pdfdoc/native/native.pdf
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By the way, I am currently reading materials found in the sites listed above.  I will issue the points later.
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