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Old 04-24-08, 04:16 PM   #1
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Default #Novel_ OES2_ over -Linux


Our school board just implemented new servers (we put Novell OES-2) and this OS does NOT run over netware, it runs over SUSE.

I have no idea about SUSE (or linux for that matter) and i'm finding it a rather pain in my ass to create volumes/shares/users/ creating the partitions I need for /NSS,ext2,VFAT formated file systems.
#Is there a really good introduntion to Linux {particilarly the SUSE kernal} that I can find on the net?
$idiot -su

# touch Any help at all would greatly appreciated/test.txt

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