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MOUNT_NWFS(8)		FreeBSD	System Manager's Manual		 MOUNT_NWFS(8)

NAME
     mount_nwfs	-- mount NetWare volume	from a NetWare file server

SYNOPSIS
     mount_nwfs	[-Chv] -S server -U user [-connection options] -V volume
		[-M mode] [-c case] [-d	mode] [-f mode]	[-g gid] [-l locale]
		[-n os2] [-u uid] [-w scheme] node
     mount_nwfs	[-options] /server:user/volume[/path] node

DESCRIPTION
     The mount_nwfs utility allows to mount volume from	a NetWare server.  It
     may use either existing connection	or create new: if no usable connection
     was found it will try to establish	a new one.  Connection has count of
     references	to it, so when last mount will be dismounted connection	will
     be	closed.	 It is possible	to create connection without any mounts	(but
     use it for	them) with ncplogin(1).

     Note two forms of command line.  In the first form, server	and user spec-
     ified via -S and -U options respectively.	In the second form server and
     user specified in special part of mount(8)	command	line arguments (the
     -S, -U and	-V options are not used	in this	case).	This allows use	of
     fstab(5) file (see	EXAMPLES below).

     The options are:

     -S	server
	     Name of NetWare server to connect.	 For native IP you will	need
	     also -A option.

     -U	user
	     Name of user used in login	sequence.

     -connection options
	     See ncplogin(1) for details.

     -V	volume
	     Volume name to mount.  Volume name	can also be specified after
	     all options and before mount-point.

     node    Path to mount volume.

     -c	case
	     Select a case option which	affects	on name	representation.	 Case
	     can be one	of the following:

	     Value    Meaning

	     l	      All existing file	names converted	to lower case.	Newly
		      created file gets	a lower	case under OS2 name space.
		      This is the default when mounting	volumes	with DOS name
		      space.

	     L	      Same as 'l' but file system tries	to be case insensi-
		      tive.  May not work well.

	     n	      No case conversion is performed.	Warning!  Use this
		      option with DOS name space only as a last	resort,
		      because creating a lower case name in the	DOS name space
		      can lead to unpredictable	results.  This is the default
		      when mounting volumes with OS2 name space.

	     u	      All existing file	names converted	to upper case.	Newly
		      created file gets	an upper case under OS2	name space.

	     U	      Same as 'u' but file system tries	to be case insensi-
		      tive.  May not work well.

     -f	mode, -d mode
	     Specify permissions that should be	assigned to files and directo-
	     ries.  The	values must be specified as octal numbers.  Default
	     value for the file	mode is	taken from mount point,	default	value
	     for the dir mode adds execute permission where the	file mode
	     gives read	permission.

	     Note that these permissions can differ from the rights granted by
	     NetWare server.

     -n	namespace
	     Do	not use	namespace.  Currently only OS2 can be here.

     -v	     Print version number.

     -u	uid, -g	gid
	     User id and group id assigned to files.  The default is owner and
	     group id from directory where volume is mounted.

     -l	locale
	     Set the locale for	case conversion.  By default mount_nwfs	tries
	     to	use an environment variable LC_*.

     -w	scheme
	     Select a scheme used to convert file names	between	NetWare	and
	     FreeBSD.  Supported conversion schemes are:

	     asis	Characters passed as is	without	any alteration.

	     koi2cp866	koi8-r <-> CP866

	     se		Suits for setups used in Sweden.

     -M	mode
	     See ncplogin(1) for details.  If this option is omitted, connec-
	     tion permissions assumed the same as directory mode (-d) option.

FILES
     ~/.nwfsrc	    keeps static parameters for	connections and	other informa-
		    tion.  See /usr/share/examples/nwclient/dot.nwfsrc for
		    details.

NOTES
     Before any	NCP connection can be established kernel must be configured
     for IPX support, IPXrouted	and KLD	nwfs.ko	should be loaded.

EXAMPLES
     Next examples illustrates how to connect to NetWare server	nwserv as user
     GUEST and mount volumes SYS and VOL1:

	   mount_nwfs -S nwserv	-U guest -V sys	/nw/s1/sys
	   mount_nwfs /nwserv:guest/sys	/nw/s1/sys
	   mount -t nwfs /nwserv:guest/vol1 /nw/s1/vol1
	   mount -t nwfs /nwserv:boris/sys/home/boris /home/boris/nw/home

     The last example mounts only subdirectory on a volume and equivalent to
     NetWare 'map root'	command.

     It	is possible to use fstab(5) for	nwfs mounts:

	   /nwserv:guest/sys	   /nw/s1/sys	  nwfs	rw,noauto 0   0
	   /nwserv:guest/vol1	   /nw/s1/vol2	  nwfs	rw,noauto 0   0

HISTORY
     The mount_nwfs utility first appeared in FreeBSD 4.0.

CREDITS
     In	development of NetWare client for FreeBSD, the following sources were
     used:

     Documentation from	NetWare	NDK.

     Ncpfs for Linux - written by Volker Lendecke
     <lendecke@math.uni-goettingen.de>.	 He granted me permission to publish
     parts of his code under BSD-style license,

     "Interrupt	List" from Ralf	Brown,

     Many files	from /sys directory.

AUTHORS
     Boris Popov <bp@butya.kz>,	<rbp@chat.ru>

BUGS
     to	number a few

FreeBSD	9.2		       October 14, 1999			   FreeBSD 9.2

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