This guide describes how to configure the Novell® Client™ for Linux software.
This guide is intended for network administrators.
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For information on installing the Novell Client for Linux, see the Novell Client 2.0 SP3 for Linux Installation Quick Start.
For information on the Novell Client tray application, see the Novell Client 2.0 SP3 for Linux User Guide.
For information on login scripts, see the Novell Login Scripts Guide.
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