Sorry for the zombie thread. The TN5250 project runs on Windows and
Linux. Depending on how close OSX is to various Linuxes, you may be
able to compile tn5250 from source. It's written in GNU C, so
everything you need to compile it is also available free and open
source. http://tn5250.sourceforge.net/

There is also the TN5250J project, which uses Java; also free.
http://tn5250j.sourceforge.net/

Mochasoft have an OSX client for under $25US (30 day trial is
available) http://www.mochasoft.dk/tn5250macx.htm
--buck

On 11/26/2011 3:53 PM, aec wrote:
My HP laptop has the F5 key right below the off-on toggle button for the
wifi. Cut my connection more times than I can count -per week- trying to
refresh my green-screen and reload my browser.

Wife and step-kids got me an iMac for my birthday, first iMac. I like it
a lot, but under-use its capabilities, I know.

4 GB memory, almost 500 GB disk capacity, nice screen. Just not portable
but I'm not complaining. :(
:(

But what about a 5250 emulator? What is there?

Thanks
Alan

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