This would help me a lot - I'm a complete Linux newbie and I've
struggled with creating the previous version.  Seeing the SSL problems,
and not understanding much of the solutions to the problems has put me
off somewhat.

I want to try Linux on the desktop, as the only way I'm really going to
learn anything about it is to use it, but without a 5250 emulator it's a
non-starter for daily work.


> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> [] On Behalf Of Steve Fox
> Sent: 11 December 2001 15:18
> To: tn5250
> Subject: Re: [LINUX5250] configuring --with-ssl. Oooooeeeepppppsss
> Has anyone considered putting RPMs on the website so that
> people don't need to monkey with compiling all the time?
> I distribute tn5250 packages inside IBM that I made based on
> Henri's spec file. The spec file is simple to keep updated.
> I'll volunteer if no one else is interested. But it should be
> easy enough to just keep the spec file in the base directory
> and have the release person do 'rpm -ta tn5250-x.x.x.tar.gz'.
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