Mounting Netware Volume


 
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I have an Intranetware 4.11 server with a shared directory that I want to be able to access from my SCO UNIX server. I think I need to mount the netware volume from within UNIX, but I don't know the proper syntax for mounting it. When I'm done I would like to be able to copy files from the UNIX server to the Netware volume, as well as directly access files on the netware volume from within an app running on the UNIX server. Any tips on how to best accomplish this?
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You might try reading the man page for the mount command on your system and see what are the file system types suppported by (your) mount utility.
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Or perhaps you can install the NFS server for NetWare and mount the volume on SCO as a NFS share.
Check mount man pages for how to mount an NFS share.
 

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