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RE: exist? iseries access for windows can run in linux



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MMM i try to use WINE, cannot use iseries access for web or HTTP administrative page because have administrative restrictions and tecnical problems whit the 6.1 partitions, thanks to answer, reggards!!!


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To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: exist? iseries access for windows can run in linux
From: ALopez@xxxxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2014 14:11:58 -0500

hi i need some help abaut these cuestion, can i run all the suite of
iseries access for windows in a linux platform? ubuntu, redhat, SUSE

i need run opnav to, tanks and reggards.

IBM doesn't provide a full Access client for Linux. You could try an
emulator like WINE, but really should consider using a combination of the
new Java Access Client and iSeries Access for Web. There are a few things
that still need the Windows client, but the other two have to be pushing
on 90% of the functionality of the Windows client.





Andrew  Lopez
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