I'm looking for a Novell netware emulator. Their exists a linux package
marsNwe which seems to do this. But it runs under linux and - for political
reasons - it should run under Windows. Now I'm considerung colinux to make
marsNwe run under windows. I think this is rather complicated, because
Netware use the ipx network protocol (not TCP/IP), so it might necessary to
have access to a second, a "real" network card which is not shared with the
underlying windows system.
Does anybody have an idea, if have a chance to make such a configuration
run - either over a real or a virtual network card?
Thank you in advance
From: George P Boutwell <george.boutwell@gm...> - 2005-05-12 05:11:25
On 5/9/05, PS <pschwalm@...> wrote:
> Does anybody have an idea, if have a chance to make such a configuration
> run - either over a real or a virtual network card?
The coLinux Network driver is an Ethernet driver, it does it's work at
an Ethernet frame level so to speak. You should be able to use IPX
with it. Worse case (if it doesn't work) you can hack your own
Network driver that does work and/or you can tunnel IPX through
Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.