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Re: Anybody know of anything that can read Softcopy Library books on a Mac?



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I find a very interesting site to be the IBM Library Server Library, at

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/bookmgr/LIBRARY

This is not just AS/400 or iSeries or whatever name. It includes information on various architectural topics - you know, all those such-and-such architectures.

I did a search for "mixed content" on the site - you can see the results at

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/bookmgr/FINDBOOK?filter=mixed+object&SUBMIT=Find

There are items back to 1994 - and these things don't change so much that they are not still useful, if you have to deal with converting, say, image stuff to TIFFs - I know someone who had to do that.

It has given me lots of useful information, as well as access to older manuals. I think some of the older stuff has more useful info than the newer ones. And some even applies still to current machines!

Vern

On 12/2/2012 1:55 PM, Mark S Waterbury wrote:
Hi, James:

In addition to your old IBM BookManager Library CDs for OS/400, you can
also find (most of) those .BOO files here:
-snip-

TMI to include!





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