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Open Source software
Software released with its underlying source code
Sine Nomine Associates provides support for applications which run on the Open Solaris operating system, or Syn SPARC, Intel x86 or ia64, or System z hardware.
These files are the source and documentation for the Purdue University LARS Batch Monitor System for CMS, written in the late 1980s at Purdue University. The files were preserved and provided by George Shedlock at AEGON USA and Thomas Kern at the US Department of Energy.
The system images for build 95 of OpenSolaris for System z are available for download from http://distribution.sinenomine.net/opensolaris. Three packaging choices are available: VMARC, AWSTAPE and a DVD image.
Sine Nomine is in the process of creating a port of Sun's OpenSolaris operating system for the zSeries architecture.
Future updates will be posted as the project progresses.
Sine Nomine Associates provides numerous software packages under Open Source licenses. This section provides reference copies of the licenses used in our Open Source software.
This file is a REXX EXEC that converts between Arabic numbers to Roman numerals.
Mike Cowlishaw, IBM Fellow, presented "Changing the Way Computers Compute" at the Hillgang user group meeting on 24 April 2008. This presentation explains the need for hardware-accelerated binary decimal formats and the emerging IEEE standards in this area.
Cprof is a multi-threaded profile for applications written in the C programming language. This document explains how to use Cprof to improve performance of your application.
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.
Version 0.5 of SysVInit for z/VM and VM/ESA has been released.