I think the more appropriate way of saying that is that it does not
distinguish between batch or interactive.  Its all a batch job whether it is
interactive command line access or a batch process running in the
background.  The question is:  Do you have enough resource to drive it?


Mike Shaw

----- Original Message ----- > >
> > Excuse me, but I am really speaking of something I know little of - but
> > isn't Linux green screen?
> >
> IBM spokesman Tim Dallman: "The iSeries Linux
> dedicated server will be a batch-only model 820
> that won't provide any interactive processing features.
> So, in IBM's "vision" Linux does not provide
> any interactive processing features, green or
> not.

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