I echo that sentiment Bryan. I wonder what the dependency on V5R4M0 is? Something new in PASE in V5R4M0?

While at Common that is the ONE question I didn't ask. I just assumed they would target mainstream rather than bleeding edge. Even the new Power 5+ 520 I installed a few weeks ago had V5R3M5 on it so I just figured that V5R3M0 was going to be the entry OS version.


Pete Helgren

Bryan Dietz wrote:

It's out there now as a pre-release download.


- Verify the exsistence of the /usr/local directory since the product will be installed under this directory.
- OS V5R4M0 minimum
- The latest version of PTF
- Check if all the following LICPGMs are installed:

Description                             Product Option  Licensed Program
Portable App Solutions Environment      33              5722ss1
Qshell                                  30              5722ss1
System Openness Includes                13              5722ss1
Digital Certificate Manager             34              5722ss1
Crypto Access Provider 128 bit          *base           5722ac3
IBM Portable Utilities For I5/OS        *base           5733sc1
OpenSSH ,OpenSST,Zlib 1 5733sc1

I wish I had a V5R4 system......
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