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Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10

We appear to be making a decision to go with a Dell Quad Core Server
with Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10 and need to understand what we
get. At present we have a license for Netware 6.6 with Groupwise 7.

What services does Suse Enterprise 10 come with?
Do we need to install OES on it?
What is required to run Groupwise on it?
Anything special to install Netware 6.5 on Xen (just temporarily)
The server comes with Vmware esxi embedded on a sd card so we can
utilize that as well. We are sort of new to Suse and want to make the
migration somewhat smooth.

Perros

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Re: Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10

Perros,
> Do we need to install OES on it?


IKf you want it to look like a netware server..

> What is required to run Groupwise on it?


> Anything special to install Netware 6.5 on Xen (just temporarily)
> The server comes with Vmware esxi embedded on a sd card so we can
> utilize that as well. We are sort of new to Suse and want to make the
> migration somewhat smooth.
>

See:
http://www.novell.com/documentation/gw7/gw7_install/index.html?page=/documentation/gw7/gw7_install/data/a8sdpxb.html

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