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grimlock1 Absent Member.
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SuperLumin 3 Nemesis

So I'm visiting the Novell download center today and I see: "SuperLumin
3 Nemesis "

My first thought was, is Novell putting out a Video Game?
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ecyoung Absent Member.
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Re: SuperLumin 3 Nemesis

Ohhh, that's finally released? The replacement for Bordermanager? I'll
have to check that out. Last I remember, it was still missing some key
features like mail and news proxy.

"Patrick Farrell" <pfarrell@packereng.com> wrote in message
news:j2Njo.63037$N74.25527@kovat.provo.novell.com...
> So I'm visiting the Novell download center today and I see: "SuperLumin 3
> Nemesis "
>
> My first thought was, is Novell putting out a Video Game?



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grimlock1 Absent Member.
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Re: SuperLumin 3 Nemesis

On 9/14/2010 11:23 AM, youngec@hotmail.com wrote:
> Ohhh, that's finally released? The replacement for Bordermanager? I'll
> have to check that out. Last I remember, it was still missing some key
> features like mail and news proxy.


So it would seem. I still think Video Game.

Think of the commercial. You have Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime voice)
and you hear.. "The year is 2010, peace has reigned for decades, but in
the darkness, an old evil has been plotting revenge and gathering it's
forces.. Their time has come.. Are you prepared?

Super Lumin 3... Nemesis

(announced voice) Available September for PC/PS3/XBOX 360

Makes way more sense.
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adrockk Absent Member.
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Re: SuperLumin 3 Nemesis

<youngec@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Ohhh, that's finally released? The replacement for Bordermanager?



I thought that was Security Manager?
<duck>

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: SuperLumin 3 Nemesis

<youngec@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Ohhh, that's finally released? The replacement for Bordermanager?
> I'll have to check that out. Last I remember, it was still missing
> some key features like mail and news proxy.


I think they added things like the 'clntrust' equivalent a month or so
ago - I had been trialling it...

You can create the equivalent of BorderManager generic proxies, so you
should be able to get most of the functionality. No reverse proxy yet
though nor a vpn.

It looks like it has a lot of potential, especially once it matures.

SuperLumin provided me a 'beta' ISO which has some issues and they have
been reasonably happy to take comments about interface usability on
board.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: SuperLumin 3 Nemesis

Than "replacing" NBM with an unfinished 3rd party product that
maintenance subscribers have to re-buy? Yeah. I'll agree. 😄




On 9/14/10 1:15 PM, Patrick Farrell wrote:
> Makes way more sense.


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grimlock1 Absent Member.
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Re: SuperLumin 3 Nemesis

On 9/14/2010 3:31 PM, unsigned wrote:
> Than "replacing" NBM with an unfinished 3rd party product that
> maintenance subscribers have to re-buy? Yeah. I'll agree. 😄


It's an evolution of the Netware -> OES Linux strategy...

Novell needs to hire George Lucas. If they did that, he could get all
the customers to buy the same product at least 4 or 5 times every few years.
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: SuperLumin 3 Nemesis

Patrick Farrell wrote:

> Novell needs to hire George Lucas. If they did that, he could get
> all the customers to buy the same product at least 4 or 5 times every
> few years.


Or hire Steve Jobs... same principle.

--
Does this washcloth smell like chloroform?

Joe Marton Emeritus Knowledge Partner
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