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SubjectRe: Linux Kernel Question - from non-subscriber
On  6 Aug 03 at 16:59, Albert E. Whale, CISSP wrote:
> I have been searching for a Howto (which is not outdated or Broken), on
> how to mount a Netware 3.x or 4.x Filesystem on Linux. I have 2.4.21
> operating on Linux Mandrake 9.1. I have installed ncpfs-2.2.2 and
> desire to mount this filesystem to recover lost information for a
> Non-Profit Organization. I will post a HOWTO to the Slueth-kit List for
> future reference.

nwfs can be used for this. ncpfs is for connecting to the live server,
and you apparently do not have live server, if I understand it correctly.

> As the Vender list is non-technical (more of a SCO Flamewar) nature
> currently, and I am in need of this procedure to mount the Drive (I have
> a 60 GB Disk on a USB Port with the Ghost Image installed on the drive -
> full Inode replica).

What's wrong with installing NetWare and accessing data through netware?
I think that it is simplest way to go.

If netware cannot mount the disk, then nwfs will not mount
it too. Besides that nwfs is unmaintained - or at least I do not know
where updated code lives.
Best regards,
Petr Vandrovec
vandrove@vc.cvut.cz


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