Open Source software
Software released with its underlying source code
This page contains the source file and S/390 patch for CPROF, a C profiling tool. The files were obtained from IBM Corporation and are released as Open Source software.
The OpenAFS releases on this download page are provided without any support or guarantee. We make these releases available for general testing purposes, as proof-of-concept releases, and as evaluation releases for platforms that are currently not officially supported.
We would like to encourage anyone using these releases to send feedback to the maintainer. Such feedback will be used to improve the overall stability of the releases. Eventually, we hope to be able to include full support for these platforms in the official OpenAFS source tree.
These utilities and applications help users of z/VM and Linux for System z solve common administrative challenges.
Scott Courtney attended Chicon, the 2000 World Science Fiction Convention, and published the following article (September 2000) Linux Planet(September 2000),
Here are the Sine Nomine presentations from the IBM zExpo held in April in Munich. This page provides a way to download the presentations and supporting materials that were not completed by the submission deadline for the conference CD available.
These files are the SNA presentations given at the WAVV conference in Chattenooga, TN. Adam Thornton presented the sessions as a substitute for David Boyes.
The files below are the Sine Nomine presentations from the 2006 IBM System z9 and zSeries Technical Conference held in Dusseldorf, Germany on March 20 through 24, 2006.
If you attended the conference, please note that L06 and L56 are updated from the versions on your conference CD-ROM, and the other presentations have some minor cosmetic updates to correct some typos found during the presentation.
Feedback is welcome, and we thank you for your attendance and the lively discussion during the sessions in Dusseldorf.
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.