Bill Brush | 1 Apr 18:11 2008
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Re: ifolder ... is it going to be around for the long haul?

On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 11:29 AM, Peter Van Lone <petervl <at> gmail.com> wrote:

>
>  Someone said something about knowing the Devs. Can we get one of the devs to
>  comment on iFolder plans to integrate with T+C? How about getting someone
>  from Novell to speak about it, a little bit?

To be clear, I said we had their contact info (card in hand currently)
which is not the same as "knowing" them or him in this case.  I said
hello to Joe at Brainshare, but I seriously doubt if he knows how I
am.  (Hi Joe!)

And here is said contact info:

Vipul Kothari
Manager Software Engineering
vkothari <at> novell.com

Feel free to contact him.  :-)

Bill
Peter Van Lone | 2 Apr 17:27 2008
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SLED 10 sp2 -- anyone know what

will be included?

Will Network Manager 0.7 be included (the one that allows multiple active
interfaces, and that handles WPA with hidden essid)?
Will it include 1-click install (re: open suse 10.3)?

Any particular improvements of note?

Peter

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Joe Doupnik | 2 Apr 17:33 2008

Re: SLED 10 sp2 -- anyone know what

>
>will be included?
>
>Will Network Manager 0.7 be included (the one that allows multiple active
>interfaces, and that handles WPA with hidden essid)?
>Will it include 1-click install (re: open suse 10.3)?
>
>Any particular improvements of note?
>
>
>Peter
-------------
	SLED is supposed to be in closed beta, and thus loose lips ought be
well sealed by an NDA.
	Joe D.
Peter Van Lone | 2 Apr 18:27 2008
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Re: SLED 10 sp2 -- anyone know what

of course ... how idiotic for a customer to want information ... how
silly for a partner to want to assist customers that are making plans
... How utterly bizarre for a linux desktop advocate to assume that
development road maps would be available (or even interesting) for the
public.

thanx for your interest and support.

On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 10:33 AM, Joe Doupnik <JRD <at> cc.usu.edu> wrote:
> >
>  >will be included?
>  >
>  >Will Network Manager 0.7 be included (the one that allows multiple active
>  >interfaces, and that handles WPA with hidden essid)?
>  >Will it include 1-click install (re: open suse 10.3)?
>  >
>  >Any particular improvements of note?
>  >
>  >
>  >Peter
>  -------------
>         SLED is supposed to be in closed beta, and thus loose lips ought be
>  well sealed by an NDA.
>         Joe D.
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acquisto | 2 Apr 22:21 2008

More eDir 8.7.3 sp10

While all the preliminary read-me's seemed to say eDirectory 8.7.3 sp10 needed
OES (nw) sp2, in the packaged install.txt, I find"

"03. Install at a minimum either NetWare 5.1 SP8, NetWare 6.0 SP5 or 
    NetWare 6.5 SP2 or higher depending on your version of NetWare if
    it is not yet installed.  This patch was only tested using the latest
    support packs."

Is that the final word?  Can I really install this on NW5.1 sp8?

joe a.
James Taylor | 2 Apr 22:53 2008

Re: More eDir 8.7.3 sp10

eDirectory 8.7.3.x has been supported on NW5.1 for all previous revs.  8.7.3.10 shouldn't be any different.

-jt 

James Taylor
The East Cobb Group, Inc.
678-697-9420
james.taylor <at> eastcobbgroup.com
http://www.eastcobbgroup.com

>>> On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at  4:21 PM, in message
<47F3B282020000850005DABA <at> FS-LIN-OES>, "acquisto" <joea <at> j4computers.com> wrote:

> While all the preliminary read-me's seemed to say eDirectory 8.7.3 sp10 needed
> OES (nw) sp2, in the packaged install.txt, I find"
> 
> "03. Install at a minimum either NetWare 5.1 SP8, NetWare 6.0 SP5 or 
>     NetWare 6.5 SP2 or higher depending on your version of NetWare if
>     it is not yet installed.  This patch was only tested using the latest
>     support packs."
> 
> Is that the final word?  Can I really install this on NW5.1 sp8?
> 
> joe a.
> 
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Eric Rothweiler | 3 Apr 21:24 2008
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Re: ifolder ... is it going to be around for the long haul?

Brandon -

Please allow your mind to open a bit and see the views from anothers vantage
point.
>From http://www.novell.com/products/openenterpriseserver/ifolder.html  (does
that count as an authority on iFolder?)
 Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 Novell iFolder 3.6

*Note: Novell(R) iFolder(R) 3.6 is now available as part of Novell Open
Enterprise Server 2 <http://www.novell.com/products/openenterpriseserver/>.
Novell iFolder 2.1 is available as a standalone product. *

Every tool you use and solution you deploy should contribute to your
competitive advantage. That's why so many of today's organizations rely on
Novell iFolder 3.6. It is a key component of Novell Open Enterprise Server 2
and provides an easy way to synchronize, *back up*, share and access your
files—anywhere and anytime.
BTW - The original purpose of iFolder (v1.0) was to backup local data to the
server, there was no sharing of data possible, it was a monolithic tool that
has morphed to your apparant use, not the other way around.

On 3/31/08, Brandon Fouts <brando.fouts <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Dear Eric -
>
> iFolder is to sync folders on two or more PCs - the original purpose, not
> a
> backup product, which is a side benefit.
> Your "backup" is on your other computer(s).
> Web-browser allows access to your files on iFolder server.
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acquisto | 4 Apr 21:43 2008

SLP OES linux

Cannot windows "browse" netware services, to find linux stuff published by NCPCON/ncp server.  Can find
them if saying "start Run \\server".   Then items would be visible when "browsing".

Figured SLP was at fault.  Sure enough, at the (Netware) DA, could not see any OES items.  Mess'd about with 
/etc/slp.conf on one of the OES boxes, and can now see  ntp, ssh, and such.  But no volumes.

What am I missing? 

joe a.
acquisto | 4 Apr 21:55 2008

Re: SLP OES linux

Of course, won't see "volumes" but expect I should see "bindery service" directory related stuff.

joe a.

>>> "acquisto" <joea <at> j4computers.com> 04/04/08 3:43 PM >>>
Cannot windows "browse" netware services, to find linux stuff published by NCPCON/ncp server.  Can find
them if saying "start Run \\server".   Then items would be visible when "browsing".

Figured SLP was at fault.  Sure enough, at the (Netware) DA, could not see any OES items.  Mess'd about with 
/etc/slp.conf on one of the OES boxes, and can now see  ntp, ssh, and such.  But no volumes.

What am I missing? 

joe a.
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Alan Pearson | 5 Apr 00:19 2008
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Re: SLP OES linux

Sorry replied to wrong mail>>>>

On Linux you'll need to restart NDS for it to register with SLP.
It isn't persistent and only registers with SLP at startup.
So if you restart SLP, you'll need to so same with nds to get to re- 
register

---
AlanP

On 4 Apr 2008, at 20:55, acquisto wrote:

> Of course, won't see "volumes" but expect I should see "bindery  
> service" directory related stuff.
>
> joe a.
>
>>>> "acquisto" <joea <at> j4computers.com> 04/04/08 3:43 PM >>>
> Cannot windows "browse" netware services, to find linux stuff  
> published by NCPCON/ncp server.  Can find them if saying "start Run \ 
> \server".   Then items would be visible when "browsing".
>
> Figured SLP was at fault.  Sure enough, at the (Netware) DA, could  
> not see any OES items.  Mess'd about with  /etc/slp.conf on one of  
> the OES boxes, and can now see  ntp, ssh, and such.  But no volumes.
>
> What am I missing?
>
> joe a.
> _______________________________________________
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