[nSLUG] kernel setup stack overlaps lilo

Jeff Warnica jeffw at chebucto.ns.ca
Sat Mar 13 22:17:35 AST 2004

Evolution is also important, and fits in nicely with Groupwise. The
Groupwise client has always been a sore point; for the past 4 years, at
all the Novell propaganda sessions Ive been to everyone was using web
based GW. Which works, to a point. Native clients are superior all
around, and Evolution gives Novell a very modern groupware client. The
current development line of Evolution has native GW connectivity. Novell
reps are "not allowed" to answer the question "Will Evolution be ported
to Windows?"

On Sat, 2004-03-13 at 21:47, Dop Ganger wrote:
> I did, above. I've left it in, so you can read it. Novell is currently
> betting heavily on Linux, and need to get Netware type services running on
> Linux (hence NNLS, which involves RCE). RCE does not have very much at all
> to do with Gnome. I'm guessing you're a home user that isn't overly
> experienced with dealing with multiple servers (and when I mean multiple,
> I'm talking about a rack of servers plus supporting hardware, which is
> usually on the order of 40-50 servers). Once you get past this point,
> scalability of management becomes a major issue - this is what people pay
> for (to pick an example) the RedHat Update Network for.

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