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I just realized I have a research paper due tomorrow on the AS/400. I have to give general info on, as well as cover my topic (everybody in the class has a topic regarding the AS/400 they need to cover)..
So, my topic is "Describe types of system software available on an AS/400". I've done some googling, and haven't found jack - I've gotten some basic stuff on the AS/400, but more would be great.
Our teacher doesn't even know anything about the AS/400. Actually, the college I attend has a fairly poor computer program, but it is slowly improving. How poor is it? I'm one of 2, MAYBE 3 people who actually use Linux - one of those people is our sysadmin - and the 3rd claims he does, but I wonder sometimes.. Our instructor knows mostly networking and databases, but it's all on the Windows side of things. Any time we have Linux related stuff, I teach it. :/
Anyway, if you could just provide me with some information, I'd appreciate it. I'm going to be doing some more googling while I write the intro stuff for the paper. It's only 5 pages, so it's not like it's a huge deal to write (We write one every 2 weeks - this is an Advanced Network Administration class). I'm normally not a slacker on my school work like this, but it completely slipped my mind :/
Proposal papers are easier - mostly you tend to grab the last one and use it as a template as a lot of it will carry over. In fact, any business document is usually cribbed off it's predecessor - speeches, letters, etc.