fsiucv provides the ability to connect to arbitrary VM CP and CMS IUCV-based services from Linux applications. Each IUCV connection is presented to the Linux system as a device, with semantics similar to that of a serial connection. Data can be read from or written to the IUCV connection using simple shell tools, or can be handled using the standard Unix/POSIX file manipulation tools and APIs. Configuration of the driver is handled using the sysfs interface, and both local and distributed IUCV are supported.
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Below are the SNA presentations given by David Boyes at WAVV 2005 in Colorado Springs.
This is an OpenAFS binary RPM for SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) version 8.1, running on IBM S/390 or zSeries hardware.
These files are the presentations from the March 15, 2005 Hillgang (the US Capitol Area VM and Linux Users Group) meeting held at Computer Associates in Herndon, VA.
EXT2FREE is a REXX function module and application library that allows CMS applications to directly access and modify data files stored in Linux ext2 and ext3 formatted minidisks attached to INACTIVE Linux systems.
This package provides a simple Linux client and a VM disconnected virtual machine allowing Linux applications to mount and manage tapes hosted by a z/VM systems.
This page contains the presentations from the January 28, 2005 MVMRUG meeting held in Columbus Ohio at NISource.
Supercharging VM Startup with SYSVINIT presentation by David Boyes at zExpo (Miami, Nov 1-5, 2004).
A presentation on File Level Backup without Tape Drives pressented by David Boyes at zExpo (Miami, Nov 1-5, 2004).