Recognizing the growing number of Linux systems sprouting up at every level of business these days, IBM created a Linux version of its popular iSeries Access product. In its initial release, iSeries Access for Linux (5722-XL1) provides only two major components: 5250 emulation and an ODBC driver. This dearth of features is a far cry from the more feature-laden iSeries Access for Windows product. However, these components are two of the most important elements for enabling desktop/iSeries ...

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