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.
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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).
A presentation by David Boyes on LDAP-Based Mail Routing using Linux given at zExpo (Miami, Nov 1-5, 2004).
A presentation by David Boyes on Automating Linux Application Startup given at zExpo (Miami, Nov 1-5, 2004).
Printing with CUPS presentation by David Boyes at zExpo (Miami, Nov 1-5, 2004).
VM Advanced Networking Services is a reference architecture developed by Sine Nomine Associates. It is designed to update the IP-based network applications and services offered by VM systems, using virtual Linux hosts, without disrupting existing CMS applications that rely on the old-style VMTCPIP stack. (PowerPoint, 135 KB)
OpenAFS for Windows binary self-extract file (DEBUG version, with extra diagnostic information embedded in the object code)
OpenAFS for Windows, Microsoft install file. This is the DEBUG version of the software, with extra diagnostic information embedded in the file.