Le ven. 18 janv. 2002 08:00:08, Nel Dennis écrivait: Hello Dennis > > What LICPGM's are required to run PASE on the AS/400? > I tried the QSHELL and QSH commands but got the message > "Command QSHELL/QSH not found...." QSHELL interpreter and PASE are two different OS/400 options. In V4R5, QSHELL is the option 30 and PASE is the option 33. QSHELL is free (it should be on your software CD) and PASE is not, but is not expensive. I believe the price is of the processor group. In France it is about 118 EUR (about 118 USD). > > Thanks > Dennis Nel > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Walden H. Leverich [mailto:WaldenL@TechSoftInc.com] > Sent: 17 January 2002 05:22 > To: 'email@example.com' > Subject: PASE is soooooo cool! > > > OK, I have a need to FTP some data but the client wants it > encrypted. I figure I have two choices: > > 1) Get some SSL-enabled FTP client and server > 2) Use PGP to encrypt the original file and then ftp that file > > I decided option 2 was interesting so I went to get the PGP source > to see how hard it would be to port to the AS/400 when it struck > me, I can run AIX binaries with PASE. One short trip to pgp.mit.edu > and I had a zip of a tarball of PGP binaries compiled for AIX. I > opened the zip in WinZip and then opened the tarball in WinZip and > copied the contents to the IFS. A quick hop over to green screen > land, start up QShell and I'm running PGP on the AS/400. In the > immortal words of Tony, it's GRRRRRRRRRREAT! > > One question, is there a way to interact with the QSHELL > environment that isn't as ugly as 5250 mode. QSHELL, like all unix, > expects character at a time, not record at a time. The command-line > hit, hit enter for program to see keystroke, interface is ugly when > working with AIX stuff. > > -Walden > > ------------ > Walden H Leverich III > President > Tech Software > (516)627-3800 x11 > WaldenL@TechSoftInc.com > http://www.TechSoftInc.com > -- Cordialement/Best regards Marc Rauzier Opinions I stated here are my own.
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