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  1 #
  2 # NCP Filesystem configuration
  3 #
  4 config NCP_FS
  5         tristate "NCP file system support (to mount NetWare volumes)"
  6         depends on IPX!=n || INET
  7         help
  8           NCP (NetWare Core Protocol) is a protocol that runs over IPX and is
  9           used by Novell NetWare clients to talk to file servers.  It is to
 10           IPX what NFS is to TCP/IP, if that helps.  Saying Y here allows you
 11           to mount NetWare file server volumes and to access them just like
 12           any other Unix directory.  For details, please read the file
 13           <file:Documentation/filesystems/ncpfs.txt> in the kernel source and
 14           the IPX-HOWTO from <>.
 16           You do not have to say Y here if you want your Linux box to act as a
 17           file *server* for Novell NetWare clients.
 19           General information about how to connect Linux, Windows machines and
 20           Macs is on the WWW at <>.
 22           To compile this as a module, choose M here: the module will be called
 23           ncpfs.  Say N unless you are connected to a Novell network.
 26         bool "Packet signatures"
 27         depends on NCP_FS
 28         help
 29           NCP allows packets to be signed for stronger security. If you want
 30           security, say Y.  Normal users can leave it off.  To be able to use
 31           packet signing you must use ncpfs > 2.0.12.
 34         bool "Proprietary file locking"
 35         depends on NCP_FS
 36         help
 37           Allows locking of records on remote volumes.  Say N unless you have
 38           special applications which are able to utilize this locking scheme.
 40 config NCPFS_STRONG
 41         bool "Clear remove/delete inhibit when needed"
 42         depends on NCP_FS
 43         help
 44           Allows manipulation of files flagged as Delete or Rename Inhibit.
 45           To use this feature you must mount volumes with the ncpmount
 46           parameter "-s" (ncpfs-2.0.12 and newer).  Say Y unless you are not
 47           mounting volumes with -f 444.
 49 config NCPFS_NFS_NS
 50         bool "Use NFS namespace if available"
 51         depends on NCP_FS
 52         help
 53           Allows you to utilize NFS namespace on NetWare servers.  It brings
 54           you case sensitive filenames.  Say Y.  You can disable it at
 55           mount-time with the `-N nfs' parameter of ncpmount.
 57 config NCPFS_OS2_NS
 58         bool "Use LONG (OS/2) namespace if available"
 59         depends on NCP_FS
 60         help
 61           Allows you to utilize OS2/LONG namespace on NetWare servers.
 62           Filenames in this namespace are limited to 255 characters, they are
 63           case insensitive, and case in names is preserved.  Say Y.  You can
 64           disable it at mount time with the -N os2 parameter of ncpmount.
 67         bool "Lowercase DOS filenames"
 68         depends on NCP_FS
 69         ---help---
 70           If you say Y here, every filename on a NetWare server volume using
 71           the OS2/LONG namespace and created under DOS or on a volume using
 72           DOS namespace will be converted to lowercase characters.
 73           Saying N here will give you these filenames in uppercase.
 75           This is only a cosmetic option since the OS2/LONG namespace is case
 76           insensitive. The only major reason for this option is backward
 77           compatibility when moving from DOS to OS2/LONG namespace support.
 78           Long filenames (created by Win95) will not be affected.
 80           This option does not solve the problem that filenames appear
 81           differently under Linux and under Windows, since Windows does an
 82           additional conversions on the client side. You can achieve similar
 83           effects by saying Y to "Allow using of Native Language Support"
 84           below.
 86 config NCPFS_NLS
 87         bool "Use Native Language Support"
 88         depends on NCP_FS
 89         select NLS
 90         help
 91           Allows you to use codepages and I/O charsets for file name
 92           translation between the server file system and input/output. This
 93           may be useful, if you want to access the server with other operating
 94           systems, e.g. Windows 95. See also NLS for more Information.
 96           To select codepages and I/O charsets use ncpfs- or newer.
 98 config NCPFS_EXTRAS
 99         bool "Enable symbolic links and execute flags"
100         depends on NCP_FS
101         help
102           This enables the use of symbolic links and an execute permission
103           bit on NCPFS. The file server need not have long name space or NFS
104           name space loaded for these to work.
106           To use the new attributes, it is recommended to use the flags
107           '-f 600 -d 755' on the ncpmount command line.

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