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can't find startup.ncf to edit server startup

Sorry about the blank post; fat fingerd the keys!! I'm trying to find
the startup.ncf file (maybe it's not called that ?) on my novell server.
I'm switching my webserver to another server and need to comment it out.
I type 'edit startup.ncf' at the command line and nothing happens. What
am I doing wrong? Thanks
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Re: can't find startup.ncf to edit server startup

edit c:\nwserver\startup.ncf


mark@ctcommunications.com wrote:
> Sorry about the blank post; fat fingerd the keys!! I'm trying to find
> the startup.ncf file (maybe it's not called that ?) on my novell server.
> I'm switching my webserver to another server and need to comment it out.
> I type 'edit startup.ncf' at the command line and nothing happens. What
> am I doing wrong? Thanks

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Re: can't find startup.ncf to edit server startup

> edit c:\nwserver\startup.ncf

Thanks for the info and super prompt reply!
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Re: can't find startup.ncf to edit server startup

In addition to Duane's suggestion, you can also edit the NCF files
using:

NWCONFIG, NCF files Options, Edit Startup.ncf




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Barry Schnur
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Re: can't find startup.ncf to edit server startup

Yeah, I guess there's always that, too. 😉


Barry Schnur wrote:
> In addition to Duane's suggestion, you can also edit the NCF files
> using:
>
> NWCONFIG, NCF files Options, Edit Startup.ncf
>
>
>
>

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Re: can't find startup.ncf to edit server startup

And if you are trying to stop a webserver loading, autoexec.ncf would be a
better bet than startup.ncf

Cheers Dave


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Dave Parkes [NSCS]
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