There is now an IBM mainframe overview and history presentation available from the SNA publications web site. It gives a history of both the S/3xx hardware and S/3xx operating systems for those folks new to this platform
IBM zSeries and S/390 mainframe hardware and software
"Mainframe" is an unscientific term that means different things to different people, but generally speaking, a mainframe is a multiuser business or scientific computer the architecture of which is optimized towards I/O (input and output)
This is the z/VM FAQ list for general knowledge sharing and \"best practices\" for both CMS users and z/VM systems used to support Linux.
These presentations were given by Sine Nomine Associates engineers at the VM/VSE Tech Conference, May 7-11, 2001.
Sine Nomine Associates is pleased to announce the availability of a BETA TEST version of SysVInit for VM, a utility package that brings UNIX-like startup scripting to the VM operating system.
This page lists conference and user group presentations for 2007.
David Boyes gave six presentations at this conference, and we are pleased to provide PDF versions of the handouts here.
Several Sine Nomine Associates engineers presented on a variety of topics at the SHARE 98 conference in Nashville. These are the PDF versions of the handouts from those presentations.
Presentations given by David Boyes and Adam Thornton at SHARE 97 in Minnepolis, Minnesota, July 2001.
This paper will explain how to build and use a cross-compilation environment for the zSeries or S/390 Linux kernel on a non-mainframe host.