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CNET News.com: IBM unveils handheld Unix management tools

Jan 19, 2000, 20:17 (3 Talkback[s])
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"IBM has released software to let Palm Pilot handheld computers control its heavy-duty Unix servers."

"The computing giant has posted free software that lets people monitor their IBM RS/6000 Unix servers by plugging a Palm Pilot cradle into the server's serial port...."

"The software uses XML, a standard way of exchanging data, to send information back and forth between the handheld computer and the server. Using XML means that customers can modify the software to monitor and control other features of the server as well."

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