Michael Ryan wrote on 04/10/2007 12:01:52:

But a lot of operating systems runs on different vendors hardware.
i5/OS and OS/400 don't. They run on one and only one vendor's
hardware. So there's a link between H/W and S/W that may not be in
effect for other O/S'es.

I thought you could run i5/OS on System p? Nevertheless, I understand
what you're getting at.

However, I could write some software that runs in PASE and correctly call
it software for System i. i5/OS may (for all practical purposes) run only
on System i, but some System i hardware can run many OSes.

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