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Is your business using Twitter? Novell recently added an OES specific Twitter account at http://twitter.com/novelloes.
Submitted by: gldavis on Wed. 07.15.2009
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, End-User Computing, Data Center
Topic: OES Migration, Upgrading to OES
Product: iFolder, iManager, iPrint, Novell Client, Open Enterprise Server, Open Workgroup Suite, Workgroup
Over the past couple of months, I have been involved with migrating remote NetWare servers to Open Enterprise Server 2 (OES2) Linux. During this time, there are some lessons that have been learned that hopefully this article will be able to help you, the reader, perform your own migrations more smoothly and avoid some of the pitfalls we encountered.
Submitted by: mfaris01 on Tue. 07.14.2009
Filed Under: SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Administration, Best Practices, Deployment, eDirectory, iManager, Importing-Exporting / ICE/ LDIF, Installation, iPrint, LDAP, Linux, Migration, NetWare, OES Migration, Tips for Administrators, Upgrading to OES
Product: ConsoleOne, eDirectory, iManager, iPrint, NetWare, Novell Client, Open Enterprise Server, Open Workgroup Suite, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, ZENworks, ZENworks for Desktops
Have you ever needed to move data between OES Servers or NetWare to OES2? Especially when the source is on a traditional volume? Well, here's the scoop...
Configuring NetStorage on Novell Cluster Services using OES2 SP1 Linux, with Third-Party External Certificates
So you have a bunch of OES2 SP1 Linux nodes running in a cluster. You have followed the documentation in the NetStorage for Linux Administration Guide to setup, install and configure NetStorage to run in your cluster. All is working well, except your users get that nasty warning in their browser, every time they connect, because your NetStorage is using the default untrusted self-signed server certificates.
Wouldn't life be just great if we could get NetStorage to use a third-party minted one from a reputable trusted Certificate Authority.
Well, you can, here's how.
If you get the error message: "No Subnet Declaration for eth1" when loading DHCPD on OES2 Linux, here is a tip from Norm O'Neal on how to fix it.
A few weeks ago Novell launched a guide on Upgrading from NetWare to OES2SP1 Linux. This guide contains information on using Migration tools, doing rolling cluster upgrades, OES Linux 3rd party services, and much more.
Submitted by: gldavis on Mon. 06.29.2009
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Data Center
Topic: 3rd Party Products, Administration, Best Practices, Configuration, Deployment, Installation, Linux, Migrating GroupWise from NetWare/Windows to Linux, Migration, NetWare, OES Migration, Upgrading to OES, Workgroup
Product: GroupWise, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, Open Workgroup Suite, Workgroup