More Netware 3.12 help!

Discussion in 'Computers' started by Timon Russo, Dec 10, 2003.

  1. Timon Russo

    Timon Russo Stunt Coordinator

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    I posted a while ago about getting some files off an old server I have. Someone recommended TOOLBOX.NLM which is a set of Netware utils that mimic DOS commands. That did it, and I was able to copy the files I needed to the A: drive. But some files I now need are too big for floppy disk, so what do I do?

    The server is an old Pentium 1 and it has a SYS, VOL1 and VOL2. In the DOS world, it has a A: and C: drive. Is there a PKZIP for netware for something?
     
  2. Timon Russo

    Timon Russo Stunt Coordinator

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    ...like maybe copying directly to the DOS partition? I read something about it under the help for the COPY command. How do I find out where my DOS partition is, and how do I copy to it? Maybe that's the angle...
     
  3. Bob Friend

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    Do you have access to laplink? I've used it in the past to copy to and from dos partions on netware servers. It's slow (it uses the parallel port), but it works.
     

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