On 10/9/2021 8:48 PM, Jack Woehr via OpenSource wrote:
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 at 16:18, Jack Woehr via OpenSource
Since one can mount an IFS dir directly on one's Linux, Mac, or Windows box, it's ridiculous to use RDi for Python on the i.
As for SSH/Bash - do it! I can't tell you how much nicer my life has
been since I got away from QP2TERM and QSH.

--

I've sort of kludged thru opening a remote shell to IBM i, just once or twice, IIRC, but I need to come up to speed on that one, too. So thanks for the SSH/Bash tip, I'm sure that will save me some aggravation.

I should have mentioned that the tool for mounting IFS on your workstation
filesystem is SSHFS

-- I assume this refers to setting up my PC to get a virtual IFS directory local that will act remotely on IBM i? (-Or "mounts" the IFS per se as another directory or drive?

--Alan




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