Dec 122017
 
Netware Command Language NLM. Runs and Netware console command plus 30 additional NCL commands at a specific time, period or event (login, bindery access, mout, dismount, change security, etc...).
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Netware Command Language NLM. Runs and Netware console command plus 30 additional NCL commands at a specific time, period or event (login, bindery access, mout, dismount, change security, etc…).
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
COUNTERS.NCF 126 76 deflated
EVENTLOG.NCF 514 217 deflated
HEAVYTST.NCF 1068 478 deflated
NCL.HLP 42119 14064 deflated
NCL.NLM 76869 28477 deflated
ONTEST.NCF 308 149 deflated
README.DOC 889 526 deflated

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Contents of the README.DOC file


Paris 06/01/92


If you want to test NCL, you'll have to copy the following files in the
SYS:SYSTEM directory of your server:

NCL.NLM
NCL.HLP

You should use NCL with the very latest CLIB.NLM revision (CLIB v3.11,
Maintenance release ALPHA 4.0) found in the Novdev forum.

The complete documentation is found in NCL.HLP. It is a plain ASCII file
that you can print as is. Each chapter-section is delimited by a line
beginning with a "#". You can easily change this in a Form Feed to get
something more easily readable. Do not change the original file, as NCL.NLM
uses the # sign to find where help screens start.

There's also a couple of NCF files you can use to test NCL. Take a look at
those files. You can modify their contents so you can test NCL commands
in your specific environment (FS names, directories, etc...)

Pierre Baco,
Novell France







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