Thu, 13 Jun 2002 00:55:08 -0400
On Wed, 12 Jun 2002 22:43:00 -0400 (EDT)
Linc Fessenden <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> OK, I need some help. I can probably do this myself but could really
> save a lot of time by relying on your exp with this..
> I need to get DOSEMU working on a linux box at work - badly and very
> soon. I need to be able to ssh in to the box from home and start it up
> and be able to run some command-line netware utils on it like syscon and
> rconsole. Therefor it needs to have network connectivity(somehow) to my
> netware server. If anyone knows how I can quickly accomplish this
> *PLEASE* let me know asap.
Here is a link to the dosemu howto:
But you can start like this:
Execute dosemu to create the default dirs in your home directory
Exit or open another term and visit dosemu/freedos in your home directory
You can create new dirs there.
So, connect to and mount your netware volume in Linux.
Create a symbolic link to this directory in the dosemu/freedos directory.
You should now be able to access your netware volume within dosemu.
I just attempted this from home at work. I can run rconsole, but I do not
have any ipx connectivity. I'm wondering if installing a network driver
Daniel S. Washko
Lehigh Valley Linux Users Group
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