Hello David,

You wrote:
>What would IBM do if they'd shipped the right CD but it now turned out to
>be unreadable? Would they support you in that case or would they still
>leave you high and dry? I can understand why the delay between the
>shipment and your discovery of what is after all their error makes it
>difficult for them, but I can't understand why they won't help you.

Well, I can understand that 440 is no longer a supported OS and CD's have
a limited life and are subject to damage.  The view here is that I should
dsimply move to a supported release but I have other reasons for wishing
to keep this machine at 400 -- not least of which is the ability to
compile code for 420 which I will lose if I upgrade.

Simon Coulter.

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