Since you can run most, if not all of the Unix apps on the 400, why have two machines ??? Since OS/400 requires little, if any "administration", I guess you just enjoy all the thrills of Unix. James Rich wrote: > Far better is to use the advantages of each platform to get what you want. > Most of our customers now have one as/400 and one unix machine. Each box > does its tasks well, and each is suited to different tasks. Together they > make for a reliable, simple, and fairly low cost system. It would be > stupid to try to convert all the OCL36, CLP, DDS, RPG36, RPGIII, RPGIV, > etc. to run on unix. It would be equally stupid to not take advantage of > sendmail, procmail, apache, ssh, IMAP, NAT, proxy arp, RIP, GNOME, KDE, > NFS, remote booting, secure email clients, mozilla, Nautilus, Star Office, > MySQL, perl, python, C, C++, java, X11, etc. Of course some of these > things can be done on either platform and one platform may work better for > you.
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