I signed up (last week) but never got anything about it. At least that is what I think I signed up for. But I think it was pretty stupid that you had to have three references. Also I provide access to an as400 over the Internet. And what I have found is really needed is the technical support for the AS/400. IBM should provide access and technical support for an AS/400. They are giving access to Linux on the iSeries, why not the rest of the programs. If not IBM then the business partners. You can tell pretty quick if the question is valid or not. If IBM provides support for an AS/400 without owning an AS/400 they should make that known. And is it really for home use or business that write software for the AS/400? John Ross At 02:06 PM 1/2/02 -0700, you wrote: >basically I was wondering if any of you that inquired about the "iSeries >Nation Citizen Technology Exploration pilot program" -- the $7000 system for >home usage -- had succeeded in trying it out. I was told that while the >price and configuration are good, there are too many restrictions on the >system's usage...anyone taken advantage of the "privilege" that can comment?
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