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Re: Market value of an S30, and F70, 200, 400



fixed

Right, started with V4.

...Neil





Pete Massiello <pmassiello@os-solutions.com>
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Neil,

    You are right, but I think that this only pertains to V4 and V5.
 You can't transfer V3R7 with a machine.

    Pete

Neil Palmer wrote:

>My understanding is you CAN sell LPP's now.  That was part of the reason
>for the Proof Of Entitlement or License forms IBM has been distributing
>with the LPP's for the past few years.  You can choose to sell them, but
>you must give the new owner the Proof of Entitlement to show you aren't
>selling an unlicensed copy.
>
>OS/400 itself goes with the hardware, so there's no need for a P.O.E. for
>it (but there would be for chargeable optional features, like PSF/400,
>PASE, etc.).
>
>...Neil
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>Pat Barber <mboceanside@worldnet.att.net>
>Sent by: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
>2001/11/16 15:24
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>        To:     midrange-l@midrange.com
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>        Subject:        Re: Market value of an S30, and F70, 200, 400
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>Correction: I didn't read that closely enough, the answer is NO, you
>can NOT tranfer any LPPs.... You may transfer OS/400 V4R1 and above
>with the machine.
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>Pat Barber wrote:
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>>>c) I thought, currently, compilers WERE transferrable and sellable, as
>>>
>of
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>>>V4Rx.  No?
>>>
>>Yes ... all RISC machines with at least V4R1 can be sold with OS/400
>>intact.











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