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Four Hundred Stuff: iSeries Access for Linux Gives Users Choice

Mar 11, 2005, 04:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Listen up iSeries users who are looking to break Windows grip on their desktops. iSeries Access for Linux, which IBM introduced last spring as part of the eServer i5 and i5/OS announcements, enables users to open 5250 sessions and access DB2/400 from a Linux client. Two weeks ago, IBM quietly rolled out a new release of this product.

"For years, IBM supported its Client Access and iSeries Access family of products on just two PC operating systems: Microsoft Windows, and whatever's left of OS/2..."

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