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Re: Mounting novell volumes on linux

* Pontus Ullgren <pontus@ullgren.com>, 2002-02-04 10:42 -0500:
> I'm stuck in a Novell/NT environment and want to mount Novell volumes on
> my linux machine.
> I'm running:
> Debian 3.0 with 2.2.17 kernel.
> kernel modules ipx and ncpfs loaded.
> ncpfs version
> The servers runs:
> Novell 5.? with NDS
> slist lists all servers on the network, but I get the following error
> from ncpmount
> # ncpmount -S SERVERFS1 -U user -P secret /mnt
> ncpmount: Unknown NDS error (-610) in nds login
> Login denied.
> I have tried with the full nds name:
> # ncpmount -S SERVERFS1 -U .user.con.tex.n.  /mnt
> ncpmount: Unknown NDS error (-610) in nds login
> Login denied.

- Do you have permissions to mount on /mnt? 
- Do you have permissions to log in to \ on the Novell server?

My configuration here:

andre@mir:~$ cat .nwclient
HUMANITIES2/myusername mypassword
andre@mir:~$ ncpmount ~/Novell/ 

I only have permissions for my own home dir there. - Talking about
permissions, you probably want ~/.nwclient to have permissions 0600.

BTW, you can spool print jobs to Novell network printers using, for
example, lpr and magicfilter. Refer to


Hope that helps...


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