• Subject: Re: "Client Access" for Linux
  • From: Martin Rowe <martin@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 06:20:00 +0000
  • Organization: Jamaro

On Monday 27 November 2000 16:26, Jon.Paris@hal.it wrote:
> Anyone had any experience with CA type products for Linux?  or for that
> matter know of any manufacturer with firm plans in place?
>
> Requirement is for 5250 minimum with File Up/Download capability if
> available.  Ops Nav capabilities would be nice too.

Hi Jon

When I first switched over to Linux I spent ages looking for such a 
beast. I eventually found http://www.starquest.com which only appears to 
be for the big UNIXs. I then discovered the tn5250 project (now at 
http://www.linux-sna.org/software/5250 ) which is what I've been using 
since then. It doesn't have a file transfer application as such, but 
there is a draft AS/400 file to XML document routine that works quite 
well. The 5250 emulation isn't as fully featured as CA, but is more 
stable for me as a result ;-) The mailing list is hosted here on 
midrange.com.

Mochasoft (http://www.mochasoft.dk) now have a Linux 5250 client but it 
doesn't include file transfer (as far as I can tell).

I asked over on the IGNITe list a while back about CODE/400 for Linux and 
was told it's in development, so it may be that IBM will do the same with 
CA.

Regards, Martin
-- 
martin@dbg400.net / jamaro@firstlinux.net
http://www.dbg400.net DBG/400 - DataBase Generation utilities 
Free test environment tools for the AS/400 and misc other stuff
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