Not for "everyone", but for many people.  When we install a new PC, we use
the Windows version of TN5250.  Our packaging lines are all controlled by
FreeBSD machines in the office, and they've got a signon there.    Our
developers are all using dual-boot freebsd/windows (or linux/windows)
machines for development, and use tn5250 on both sides.

Our sales force is able to log on remotely over the internet using TN5250
with the SSL encryption enabled.

Many of our office personnel are still using Rumba, though... just the new
PCs are TN5250.

We've never owned Client Access.

On Tue, 1 Apr 2003, Mike wrote:
>
> Are you using linux and tn5250 in production there for everyone?  Or are
> you just playing with it?
>

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