[K12OSN] Mounting Novell 3.11 partition
victor at hiplik.com.hk
Thu May 13 01:31:26 UTC 2004
Thanks for you advice.
However, I cannot start the Novell 3.11 server due to a failure in the SCSI
hard disk. Your suggestion seems that I have to access the Novell partition
through network. Actually, I use a PCI SCSI card to connect the SCSI hard
disk locally and I need to mount the Novell partition through this SCSI hard
I tried this command: mount -t ncpfs -r /dev/sda2 /mnt/novell
Then I was asked to input password but I don't know the password. I don't
know whether it is the admin password of the Novell partition or anything
Do you have any suggestion?
Thank you very much.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sudev Barar" <sudev at mantraonline.com>
To: "Support list for opensource software in schools." <k12osn at redhat.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2004 8:16 AM
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Mounting Novell 3.11 partition
> On Wed, 2004-05-12 at 22:37, Victor wrote:
> > Does anyone know how to mount a Novell 3.11 partition on Linux system? I
> > using Fedora 1.
> > I have a Novell 3.11 partition which has some bad sectors and I cannot
> > the Novell server from the SCSI hard disk. As it contains many
> > information, I hope anyone can help me to receover as many as files from
> > Novell 3.11 partition.
> Assuming relevant tools are already installed. Here it goes:
> 1.Login as root
> 2.Type ipx_configure --auto_primary=on --auto_interface=on
> 3.Wait for a minute and type cat /proc/net/ipx_interface. You will get
> the result like
> Network Node_Address Primary Device Frame_Type
> AAAAAAAA 000CF16DC769 Yes eth0 802.3
> 4.Type slist. You should see something like
> Known NetWare File Servers Network Node Address
> SEREVR 00000250 000000000001
> where SERVER is our novell server's name.
> 5.Type mkdir /home/netware to create a directory for mounting the
> netware volumes.
> 6.Type ncpmount -S SERVER -U USER /home/netware
> where USER is the user name. It will ask for the password. you have to
> give novell server's password.
> 7.At this point your server is mounted on /home/netware. The volumes are
> subdirectories under /home/netware. so the SYS volume would be
> /home/netware/sys & VOL volume would be /home/netware/vol1.
> 8.To unmount the mounted volumes type ncpumount /home/netware.
> This is what I use. I am still looking at ways to automate this so that
> cron can do the job without user intervention.
> Sudev Barar
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