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Does anyone know if novell 7/groupwise be loaded on a raspberry PI and work like a normall novell server..

Reason for asking I like to setup a mail server on a raspberry PI for power reasons..
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Raspberry PI uses an ARM processor, and the NetWare operating systems were i386 type operating sytems.  I don't want to say it would be completely impossible to do the emulation, but I don't think it would ever really work like a normal NetWare server.

Have you considered using one of the many *nix operating systems that have been ported to ARM?  Even Groupwise has moved to SUSE.  Poking around, there are folks who have been experimenting with the PI as platform for infrastructure systems.
  Raspberry Pi Mail Server as an example.
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got me working on a mail server without [power...
works fine connecting the usb power to the router..
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