Only static content?

Linux and PHP is huge.  Linux and Java Server Pages/Servlets is growing fast

Hell, you can even run ASP pages on Linux/Apache, minus COM.

As for websphere, looks like they didn't port it to Linux, so if you have
websphere on your OS/400, OS/400 is still your webserver, not Linux.

As far as database connectivity goes, there are a myriad solutions for Linux
db connectivity.  If you are speaking in terms of DB/400, then you can
either use JDBC if you are doing Java, or DB2 Connect for other stuff.

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nathan M. Andelin" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2002 11:04 AM
Subject: Re: Goodbye/400

> From: "Leif Svalgaard" <>
> > IBM spokesman Tim Dallman: "The iSeries Linux
> > dedicated server will be a batch-only model 820
> > that won't provide any interactive processing features.
> How about one green screen for systems management?
> I hear of a lot of people using Linux for firewall and static Web content.
> Is anyone using Linux for hosting business applications?  If Linux runs in
> its own partition, would it be able to interface with Websphere?  How
> Linux interface with the database?
> Thanks,
> Nathan M. Andelin
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