Re: [PROPOSAL] Cleanup pmc members

2006-03-16 Thread Henri Gomez
2006/3/16, Andrew C. Oliver [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Ahh, you're American.  You do realize Europeans take like 5 month vacations?

Hum, 5 weeks in France

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Re: mail server hacked?

2005-05-16 Thread Henri Gomez
Noel J. Bergman wrote:
 Same here.  I received many of them as well.  Tons of German spam.  Is
 that the same as you are seeing?

seeing them too. they seem to be a re-emergence of those distgusting
xenophobe zombie spams from a while back:

http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,63806,00.html


2005/5/16, Steve Cohen [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 My mailbox has suddenly filled up with large volumes of German-language
 email that appear to be of a racist anti-Turk nature.  (I don't speak
 German).  All of this email has a To: addresses that are from
 phony-sounding lists at apache.org.  I can see minotaur.apache.org in
 the headers of all of them.  Was there some sort of exploit that allowed
 this email to be sent through the Apache servers?  Or is this some new
 form of hackery that allows the email to appear as if it has come
 through the Apache servers?
 
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Re: VOTE: Tomcat - TLP

2005-04-07 Thread Henri Gomez
+1 ([EMAIL PROTECTED] - Jakarta PMC Member)


On Apr 7, 2005 3:51 PM, Remy Maucherat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Ian F. Darwin wrote:
 [ X ] +1 Vote in support
 
 Rémy
 
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Re: mod_jk

2005-03-22 Thread Henri Gomez
Bad list, you should contact tomcat-dev instead.

BTW, configure is your friend for building jk).

See you soon on tomcat-dev


On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 15:48:09 +0100, Andreas Andersson
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi!
 
 I'm not sure this is the right list (there wasn't a list about mod_jk)
 so let me just say sorry already :)
 
 I'm trying to compile mod_jk with the latest src but get the following
 error:
 BUILD FAILED
 /usr/src/jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.8-src/jk/build.xml:161: Warning:
 Could not find file
 /usr/src/jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.8-src/coyote/build/lib/tomcat-coyote.jar
 to copy.
 
 And that's correct, there is no such file. Anyone know how to solve
 this? I really just need mod_jk installed under my CentOS/RedHat dist.
 
 Thanks.
 --
 Andreas Andersson
 IT Dept.
 Travelstart Nordic
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 http://www.travelstart.se
 
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Re: Jakarta Apache Tomcat as a TLP ?

2005-03-21 Thread Henri Gomez
Well I'd like to know the pros and cons of Tomcat being TLP.

As I said in tomcat-dev, it was proposed when ant became TLP and at
this time the consensus was to stay under jakarta umbrella.

What motivate the move to TLP now.

Regards


On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 15:16:51 -0500, Noel J. Bergman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Mladen Turk wrote:
 
  Noel J. Bergman wrote:
   I am not aware of any complaints regarding your technical contributions.
 
  Cool, means so much to me.
  I also have no complaints on your technical skills :)
 
 My observation, not opinion, was in response to your expressing concern that
 there would be outside opposition based upon you and Remy working for JBoss.
 As far as I'm aware, no one has ever complained about a contribution biasing
 the product for JBoss.  And, as you had pointed out, there are two of you
 and many others with veto rights.  In fact, although I have not looked to do
 a body count, my belief is that Tomcat is more balanced than Beehive, Derby,
 Lenya or XMLBeans, to name a few.
 
   If anything, I am more likely to feel sorry for you and Remy
   getting caught in the crossfire.
 
  Please don't sorry me, and don't insult my intelligence.
 
 I'm mystified as to how you could derive the latter from my comment.
 
 --- Noel
 
 
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Re: ann/ot?: linux distro to include much of jakarta, it ships w/ struts, tomcat, eclipse

2005-03-16 Thread Henri Gomez
FC4 test1 include works provided in jpackage.org.

Suse 9.3 should do the same


On Wed, 16 Mar 2005 06:17:39 -0600, NetSQL [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 http://www.fedoraforum.org/forum/showthread.php?t=47711
 
 Some of you will be excited, I am. I am still downloading, I hope you
 have a spare box.
 
 .V
 
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Re: Trying to integrate Tomcat 5.0 with Apache 1.3

2004-11-26 Thread Henri Gomez
JK 1.2.x could be used with Tomcat 3.3.x up to Tomcat 5.5.x 

All Tomcats are using AJP13 so mod_jk 1.2.x is a good choice


On Fri, 26 Nov 2004 10:44:59 +0530, Sunil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 sorry forgot the main link   :)
 
 http://www.penguinsecurity.net/pensec/modules.php?name=Newsfile=articlesid=214
 
 
 
 rgds
 sunil
 
 On Thu, 25 Nov 2004 18:39:35 - (GMT), Braun Brelin
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Folks,
 
  I've a couple of questions here.
 
  I upgraded my system from a Tomcat4  to a Tomcat 5 installation.  I'm
  running it on SusE Linux 9.1.  I also have Apache 1.3 which I won't be
  upgrading and I would like to be able to integrate it with mod_jk.  I
  can't use mod_jk2 because that doesn't seem to work correctly with Apache
  1.3.  I get unresolved symbols when I try it.
 
  Also,  The Tomcat 4 installation showed a default page on my 8080 port.
  The new tomcat 5 installation only gives me a blank page rather than a
  default page.  Is this normal?  I would at least expect something that
  tells me that Tomcat is up and running...
 
  Thanks,
 
  Braun Brelin
 
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Re: Jakarta - A study in self defeating projects

2004-10-11 Thread Henri Gomez
If some people found hard to install and glue jakarta software (not
products) together they should consider JPackage.org ready to use
RPMS. This Linux project make a cross distribution coherent Java
distribution, which is now used by Mandrake, Suse and Redhat.

Regards 


On Fri, 8 Oct 2004 17:56:38 -0400, Noel J. Bergman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Christian Anton wrote:
 
  Is there a harder more terribly-documented install procedure
  for any other product??
 
 Jakarta isn't a product.
 
  Why is Jakarta is comprised of a dozen or so strange components
  at varying stages of development and interoperability and
  documentation??
 
 Because that is exactly what Jakarta is --- Jakarta is a community of
 historic origin that oversees many projects written in Java.
 
  Why not install one single package when you can install, edit,
  install, edit, install, copy, install, edit...
 
 When you go to the grocery store, do you expect to be provided with one
 single set of cooking instructions for the frozen goods section?
 
  I wanted to install OpenNMS, which requires Jakarta
 
  I've spent the last couple hours trying to figure out how to install
 jakarta.
 
 When I read the installation documentation for OpenNMS, I see that it tells
 you that you need Tomcat, provides a direct link to that project, and tells
 you that it is PART OF [emphasis mine] the Jakarta Project of the Apache
 Software Foundation.
 
   ref:
 https://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=23937group_id=4141#d0e
 211
 
 If one were to RTFM, one would reach
 http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/index.html, which has links to the Tomcat
 binary downloads, manuals, etc.
 
 --- Noel
 
 
 
 
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JK 1.2.6 released

2004-07-27 Thread Henri Gomez
The Tomcat team is pleased to announce the release of version 1.2.6 of 
the Apache Tomcat mod_jk web server connector.

Tomcat is the reference implementation of a web application server which 
implements the Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages specifications.

mod_jk is a connector which allows a web server such as Apache HTTPD or 
IIS to act as a front end to the Tomcat web application server.

This version fixes error recovery in Load-Balancing, use new AJP 
protocol features CPING/CPONG to avoid problems with a hang/stopped 
Tomcat, make use of no-jk env var in Apache 2.0 version to exclude some 
URIs to be handled by JK.

See the file CHANGES.txt in the source distribution for a complete list 
of changes.


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RIA experiences

2004-02-04 Thread Henri Gomez
Hi to all,

I'm taking a serious look at Rich Internet Applications, and I'm 
investigating using FlashMX as client.

Did some of you have some experiences on this ?

- Are you using native ASObject via projects like openamf
  or just standard xmlrpc/soap to make client/servers comm ?
Advices are welcome :)

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Re: RIA experiences

2004-02-04 Thread Henri Gomez
Danny Angus a écrit :



Hi Henri,

I'm taking a serious look at Rich Internet Applications, and I'm
investigating using FlashMX as client.


Did some of you have some experiences on this ?


Yep, I've developed two server apps for Flash clients using XMLRPC
(http://www.proboscis.org.uk/urbantapestries/index.html is one project),
both projects made use of a framework which I wrote (at autonomous
software) which included code generation for object/rdb data access classes
and XMLRPC handlers.
From my POV (delivering the server) it was extremely sucessful, however
overall Flash's complete inability to handle XML efficiently meant that
when we compared our average calls' timing on a java client (built purely
for the comparison) and the Flash client there was up to a 10 fold increase
in time taken for a call on flash over java. In fact at some points Flash
appeared to hang and eventually came up with a dialogue proclaiming
something like flash is taking a very long time, do you want to abandon
this or continue?
Introducing timings into the mix revealed that it was Flash parsing the xml
response which was killing performance.
The problem increased exponentially with the size of the response.
My conclusion is that you have to either keep the response xml small and
make many short requests, or abandon xml or Flash in favour of something
more efficient. The XML RPC guys have been talking about using gz
compression on the XML, which would have helped us with bandwidth, our
clients were on limited bandwidth mobile devices, perhaps this would also
tip the balance in favour of making many small requests, but it wouldn't
address the woefully slow and hungry XML parsing of flash.
Perhaps soneone at xml.Apache would liek to write an actionscript xml
parser .
XML parsing is reported very slow in Flash MX (Flash 6 at least).

Do you try astranslator http://carbonfive.sourceforge.net/astranslator ?

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velocity name conflict

2003-07-29 Thread Henri Gomez
Hi to all,

May be some of you knows there is a projet on Sourceforge,
named velocity, which is a file manager for the GNOME 2
Desktop environment.
Did someone speak with them to see if they could change
their name ?
Regards

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Re: velocity name conflict

2003-07-29 Thread Henri Gomez
Geir Magnusson Jr. a écrit :

On Tuesday, July 29, 2003, at 04:41 AM, Henri Gomez wrote:

Hi to all,

May be some of you knows there is a projet on Sourceforge,
named velocity, which is a file manager for the GNOME 2
Desktop environment.
Did someone speak with them to see if they could change
their name ?


I'm not sure that there's a problem with that, as there are completely 
different.  The probably don't know about us - I'll drop them a note, 
but I can't see what we could or should do about it.
It could be a problem for many users which are using deb or rpm 
packaging, since we currently have a conflict between two very
differents projects.

And since peoples are using apt like stuff to make their system
up to date, it may brake their systems.
The jpackage (www.jpackage.org) project is the jakarta velocity
rpm provider for many users.


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Re: Where to post mod_jk2 question?

2003-03-31 Thread Henri Gomez
Deliens Christophe wrote:
Hello,
 
I would like to know on what mailing list should I post questions regarding
the Jakarta mod_jk2 module?
And bug reports to bugzilla.



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Re: Jakarta: too many similar projects?

2003-03-07 Thread Henri Gomez
Paulo Silveira wrote:
Sorry not giving a link the other time. Here is Apache voting against
JSR 127 long time ago.
In such case we could (should) understand ASF position.

Why create something in official Java APIs/Products when
there is allready a good OSS alternative.
It still a shame that Sun didn't selected log4j for 1.4.

BTW, having multiple OSS competitors projects is a
good stimulation and could result in a later merge
(see TC3/TC4 = TC5).
Diversity is great.



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Re: [RESULT][PMC VOTE] PMC Nominations

2003-02-24 Thread Henri Gomez
Pier Fumagalli wrote:
Sam Ruby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote:

I nominate Pier Fumagalli for membership in the Jakarta PMC, for a
period exceeding that of any Italian post-war government.
+1


I thank you and esteem the trust you guys have in me, and I feel honored of
this nomination. But (there's always a but) I literally have no bandwidth
to bear the oversighting responsibilities that a PMC member should fulfill.
If I have/want to be a PMC member, I need to be an active one.
Therefore, although extremely flattered by this offer, I will have to
reject. I have a more-than-full time job, two major involvements with two
open source projects outside the scope of this PMC (Jetty and Cocoon), two
cats and I'm also trying to work on the girlfriend part...
LOL, the final statement show clearly that Pier will have less
time for OSS since 'girlfriend part' (I'm married so trust me ;)
Thank you very much for your support and friendship...
BTW, with or without Pier at PMC, Apache Commiters should recognise
Pier as a mandatory system admin ;)


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Re: [RESULT][PMC VOTE] PMC Nominations

2003-02-24 Thread Henri Gomez
Sam Ruby wrote:
Henri Gomez wrote:

What do you means by passed the PMC nomination ?
I'm confused with the original mail where many commiters were
elected as Jakarta PMC members ?


The ASF chairmain maintains a list of members of each of the PMCs in 
cvs.  If you are an ASF committer, check out cvs module commiters, 
look in a directory named board, and you will find a file named 
commitee-info.  Henri: your name appears in the Jakarta PMC list.  If 
you would like it to be removed, let me know.
You're kidding ;)

I'm more than honored to be in PMC and wonder if there is some 'private 
lists' to subscribe to 

Regards and thanks again for the nomination



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Re: [RESULT][PMC VOTE] PMC Nominations

2003-02-21 Thread Henri Gomez
robert burrell donkin wrote:

the following committers have passed the PMC nomination vote proposed by 
sam ruby:

  - Danny Angus
  - Peter Carlson
  - Morgan Delagrange
  - Ceki Gülcü
  - Dmitri Plotnikov
  - Phillip Rhodes
  - James Strachan
  - Jason van Zyl
  - Ted Husted
  - Rod Waldhoff

i'm sending this to let you all know.

the role of jakarta PMC is changing but rather than give an opinion and 
pretend some authority i don't have, take a look at this thread:

What do you means by passed the PMC nomination ?
I'm confused with the original mail where many commiters were
elected as Jakarta PMC members ?

On Sun, 02 Feb 2003, Rob Oxspring [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


  General


 Several people have been elected as new members of the
 Jakarta PMC, they are [1]

  Nicola Ken Barozzi
  Robert Burrel Donkin
  Stephen Colebourne
  Martin Cooper
  Henri Gomez
  John Keyes
  Larry Isaacs
  Otis Gospodnetic
  Thomas Mahler
  Remy Maucherat
  Glenn Nielsen
  Andrew C Oliver
  Rob Oxspring
  Martin Poeschl
  Scott Sanders
  David Sean Taylor
  Glen Stampoultzis
  Mladen Turk
  James Turner
  Henri Yandell


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Re: Would Jakarta like to adopt MaybeUpload?

2003-02-21 Thread Henri Gomez
Jon Scott Stevens wrote:

on 2003/2/20 7:16 AM, Simon Brooke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



It's well established, widely used, debugged, and stable.

It's also a lot simpler to use. The example given on
URL: 
http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/fileupload/apidocs/org/apache/commons/fileup
load/package-summary.html


I think you missed the point...we don't need yet another fileupload
package...we need you to work with the existing one to improve it and make
it better.


Why not merge both projects ?



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Open ThunderGraph in Jakarta ?

2003-01-28 Thread Henri Gomez
Hi to all,

I'm using OpenThunderGraph in my day job

(http://sourceforge.net/projects/thundergraph/)

It's really a great graph library which may be used in
both server-side and client-side application.

It support many type of Graph and some nice features like
AutoZoom of part of graph (in applets).

I contacted the main developper and he seems to be ok
with making OpenTG a jakarta project.

So what do you think about it as a sub-project, or as a
jakarta-commons subprojec ?

Regards


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Re: Open ThunderGraph in Jakarta ?

2003-01-28 Thread Henri Gomez
I have reservations:


Let's go...


1) It's definitely a GUI focused project. Jakarta as a project has not yet
made any moves to support Java projects which do not have some form of
server aspect. Just as DB based Java projects are going into
db.apache.org, I think there ought to be a gui.apache.org [better name
needed] for this kind of thing.


TG is not 100% GUI oriented since it could be used to produce graphics
in a server side environment, and as such works great with tomcats.


2) This is a bit like a company looking at using Product X. If Jakarta is
inviting projects in, what are the criteria. Why is ThunderGraph better
than the alternatives?


There is alternative, like JOpenGraph, but they don't want to switch
from GPL/LGPL to BSD/ASF, which is a pre-requisite ;)


Rather than digesting ThunderGraph into Jakarta, it'd be nice to see
Apache backing some form of ASF-way-like community for gui'd components,
ie) gui taglibs [we currently do quite abstract taglibs], components,
applets etc.


How can it be realised ?
ASF umbrella is very attractive to developpers and there is a great
community which may find interesting to be involved in gui projects.

Couldn't we have TG and others GUI related projects under 
jakarta-commons or in a related structure, ie jakarta-guis ?

If we're 'acquiring projects', I think we need some rules of acquisition.

Sorry for such a negative reply,


I'll live with it.


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weblogs on apache.org

2003-01-22 Thread Henri Gomez
What about my proposal to have a weblogs on apache.org ?

the MT from moveabletype.org (www.movabletype.org)
is excellent.


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Re: Forum Software for Jakarta?

2003-01-16 Thread Henri Gomez
Brian Ewins wrote:

I'd disagree. I've yet to see a web based forum that has 
searching/threading of discussions that are as good as what a mail 
client can do, or one where I can have the entire forum offline with me 
while I read/reply at my leisure.

I've setup many forum, and my preference goes
to YABBSE (www.yabbse.org).

Another things I'd like to see on apache.org,
and something used by many jakarta developpers,
ie weblogs, and for instance MT from moveabletype.org,
(www.movabletype.org).

Should it be possible to install MT 2.51 on apache.org ?





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Re: (PHP interperated via Java) [Fwd: RE: [JBoss-dev] PHP]

2003-01-13 Thread Henri Gomez
Andrew C. Oliver wrote:

I thought this might be interesting to some folks...  They're porting 
PHP to Java...

-Andy

 Original Message 
Subject: RE: [JBoss-dev] PHP
Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 19:13:23 -0500
From: marc fleury [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Yeah that was my first impulse, to have a PHP interpreter in JBoss so
that we could leverage all the PHP thingies out there.

clearly the problem with PHP is that the guys who do the front end
modules and app DONT KNOW THE FIRST THING ABOUT COMPONENTS and the
benefits it brings in caching (see whole argument on EJB in BLUE).
Putting EJB behind the whole mess would be great.  PHP can talk java but
it is out of process so that you go back to serialization and LOSE the
benefit of caching.  Period.  So clearly having the PHP code interpreted
in java would be great as you access the db data in cache.

The problem is that the libraries used need to be ported too and that
becomes a pain.  I am really serious with the porting as Julien will be
payed for this.

That's excellent for site which have allready tons of PHP code and
need to switch slowly from PHP to JSP/Servlets.

Also for sites having PHP on some boxes but didn't have PHP binaries on
the target machine (ie iSeries)





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Re: [POLL] OS of choice

2002-12-18 Thread Henri Gomez
Danny Angus wrote:

Please update the site with your preferences.



Jon, 
Server, desktop or what?
d.

Ok, I updated site to include Henri Yandell and my config



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Re: IDE Developers' guide

2002-11-25 Thread Henri Gomez
Andrew C. Oliver wrote:

One of the things I find most frustrating is dealing with IDE 
Developers, meaning those developers who cut their teeth on
Microsoft tools and never learned how to even set their PATH let alone 
their classpath.  Rather than flame them and suggest
hey why don't you learn your own tools and then come back, I've 
decided to be more constructive about it and so I started
writing this: http://jakarta.apache.org/site/idedevelopers.html so that 
I can just complain that they don't read web pages instead and
post them the link.  I'd like feedback from everyone in general (other 
than Jon's probable suggestion to name it idiot2.html ;-) ).

I need your help, although I use IDEs sometimes, I'm really not an IDE 
developer and really never have been, so I'm just basing this on the 
questions
I've answered or would have answered if they'd been put morenicely 
;-).   Can you help me fill in the TODOs with descriptions of performing
tasks in various ides?  Preferrably with pictures!  And is there 
something I left out, or a description that wasn't clear? (or maybe a 
big word that can be
shortened and superimposed over a picture of Big Bird ;-) )

http://jakarta.apache.org/site/idedevelopers.html

A quick note :

I'm using Eclipse and Tomcat, using the tomcat plugin 
(http://www.sysdeo.com/eclipse/tomcatPlugin.html)
which make it easy to launch Tomcat 3.3.1, 4.0 or 4.1 from Eclipse.

So there is no need for remote debugging via Eclipse, even if some
JSP debugging on TC 4.x need some hacks or workaround (explained on site).

Eclipse + Tomcat Plugin + Tomcat is a good combination :)



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[ANNOUNCEMENT]: JK 1.2.0 is now available

2002-09-27 Thread Henri Gomez

Hi all,

The Jakarta-Tomcat-Connector team is pleased to announce the 
availability of JK 1.2.0.

JK, also known as mod_jk, is a Tomcat / WebServers plug-in that handles 
the communication between Tomcat and webservers.

Currently Apache 1.3.x and 2.0.x, IIS, Netscape/iPlanet are supported.

binaries and source versions of the release are available and can be 
downloaded from :

http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-tomcat-connectors/jk/release/v1.2.0/

Binaries allready available are :

- Linux i386 (Apache 1.3/2.0.42)
- Solaris 8 (Apache 1.3/2.0.39/2.0.42)
- Win32 (IIS/Apache 1.3/2.0.42)

MacOS X, AIX, iSeries binaries to be released shortly (I hope)

Feel free to contact us to provide binaries for your own operating
system.

Enjoy!


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