ncpmap(1) mounts some resource from Netware server or tree previously connected with ncplogin


ncpmap [OPTIONS] [-a] [mount-point]


ncplogin and ncpmap provide a way to split the ncpmount operation into halves, with ncpmap mounting the resource previously authenticated with ncplogin.


Options for ncplogin (mount_point is optional if you specify the -a option):

-T, tree
Tree name to be used

-S, server
Server name to be used. The -T and -S options are mutually exclusive.

-X, name_ctx
Default name context to be used.

-E, echo
Echo value of final mount_point.

-V, volume
Volume to mount. This must be in binary format if -S server, or in NDS format if -T tree.

-R, path
Path in volume to "map root."

-f, mode
Permission given the files, in octal notation.

-d, mode
Permission given the directories, in octal notation.

-t, time_out
Waiting time, in 1/100s of a second, to wait for an answer from the server. Default is 60.

-r, retry_count
Number of retry attempts. Default is 5

Enable renaming or deletion of read-only files.

prirnt help text.

Print ncpfs version number.

-i, level
Signature level. 0 = never, 1 = supported, 2 = preferred, and 3 = required.

-N, os2,nfs
Do not use specified namespaces on mounted volume.

-y, charset
Character set used for input and display.

-p, codepage
Codepage used on volume, including letters "cp."

-B, bcast
Broadcast mode. 0 = all, 1 = console, and 2 = none. Default is all.

Autocreate mounting point if needed in ~/ncp/SERVER/VOLUME.

Autocreate mounting point if needed in /mnt/ncp/SERVER/VOLUME.


ncpmap must be setuid to permit non-root users use of it. In these cases, it will enforce nodev and nosetuid mount options.


This manual page was written by Steve Stalcup <[email protected]> for the Ubuntu GNU/Linux system under the BSD license.