Sorry, I have never had an AS/400 with PASE running.  My assumption is that
you get the same terminal interface as with any UNIX (AIX) system.  I'm not
a UNIX person but I would think if running Xwindows or other GUI interface
it would all be usable with VNC just as Windows works.  If you are only
seeing a command (DOS like) text interface you need to add a GUI on top of
the base OS.

Doug Hart

> -----Original Message-----
> Doug,
> What can one do with VNC on the iSeries? I installed it, but all I could
> find to do was run the editor. Is there some way to get to a shell, like a
> terminal screen where I can enter commands?
> Thanks,
> -Marty
> ------------------------------
> Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2003 11:54:51 -0400
> From: "Doug Hart" <doughart@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: RE: Has anyone looked at this?
>  I use VNC every day from Windows to Windows systems.  Great for remote
> admin.  Last month I gave a short talk on it to my local user group.  VNC
> comes from a number of resources, is the current AT&T
> implementation, a google search will give you others.  To use VNC to your
> iSeries you must be running PASE, no OS/400 host exists.
> ?---
> Douglas Hart - Sr. Consultant

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