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Old 06-05-2008, 03:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Porting Applications to Linux for System z

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Server consolidation based on Linux for System z offers advantages, but moving existing applications requires some specialized knowledge. In this article, get general advice on how to organize your porting project, including technical details on mainframe virtualization, byte-ordering, and address calculation specific to System z.

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It should be noted this article focuses mostly on moving from Solaris to System z Linux.

Linux on x86 rules the desktop *NIX world and System z Linux will rule on the Big Iron! The uphill battle continues for Solaris.


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