[SunRescue] OT: AS/400 stuff
Joshua D. Boyd
rescue at sunhelp.org
Tue Jun 5 13:40:46 CDT 2001
All reports that I've seen indicate that linux on the zSeries is capable
of exporting the display to a seperate xterm just as well as any other
linux machine. So, you could run Xbill and have it display to an NCD
xterm. If you wanted to check that, well a week or two ago, /. posted a
story reporting that IBM is giving free, mostly unqualified access to
linux partitions for developers.
Porting mozilla to an IBM would more be a task caused by the "I do it
because I can" mentality rather than the "I do it because it will provide
me with tangible benifit" mentality.
On Tue, 5 Jun 2001, Ken Hansen wrote:
> To run anything interactively on an IBM mainframe *without* benefit of a
> connection manager (like TSO, ISPF, or CICS) is, IMHO impossible, unless you
> are running a client OS that handles those activities.
> What, am I to think the Xbill will run on an IBM s/390, since Linux was
> ported? What would it display on?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Joshua D. Boyd" <jdboyd at cs.millersville.edu>
> To: <rescue at sunhelp.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2001 2:10 PM
> Subject: Re: [SunRescue] OT: AS/400 stuff
> > > An IBM Mainframe is like a Cray supercomputer - you don't tinker around
> > > it, it doesn't have "netscape", and there is no SETI at Home client for it
> > > (that I am aware of ;^).
> > You realize that you are replying to McGuire who does tinker around with
> > Crays? After McGuire gets his hands on an IBM, it might never have
> > netscape, but it just might get Mozilla.
> > --
> > Joshua Boyd
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