WWW servers for Novell

Ralph Caruso <rxc@nrc.gov>
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Subject: WWW servers for Novell
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I am a newcomer to this mailing list, and to WWW in general, but
my organization is in the process of setting up a WWW server for
internal use (initially) and eventually for external use.  We have
just started to use unix workstations, and are learning our
way, but we still have a large network of PCs, connected by a
Novell network running IPX (for now).  This network contains a large
amount of data that we would like to make available via a WWW-type
server.  I have looked in the list of tools for WWW, but have not found
any PC-type servers listed there.  Does any one who subscribes to
this list know where such a thing can be found?  Alternatively, does
anyone know whether it is possible for a unix server to reach into
a PC network and serve documents from a PC?  Any and all thoughts on this
are welcome.

Ralph Caruso

US Nuclear Regulatory Commission