This IBMAr RedbooksAr publication introduces the IBM System zAr Personal Development Tool (zPDTAr), which runs on an underlying Linux system based on an Intel processor. zPDT provides a System z system on a PC capable of running current System z operating systems, including emulation of selected System z I/O devices and control units. It is intended as a development, demonstration, and learning platform and is not designed as a production system. This book, providing specific installation instructions, is the second of three volumes. The first volume describes the general concepts of zPDT and a syntax reference for zPDT commands and device managers. The third volume discusses more advanced topics that may not interest all zPDT users. The IBM order numbers for the three volumes are SG24-7721, SG24-7722, and SG24-7723. The systems discussed in these volumes are complex, with elements of Linux (for the underlying PC machine), IBM z/ArchitectureAr (for the core zPDT elements), System z I/O functions (for emulated I/O devices), and IBM z/OSAr (providing the System z application interface), and possibly with other System z operating systems. We assume the reader is familiar with the general concepts and terminology of System z hardware and software elements and with basic PC Linux characteristics.Bill Ogden, IBM Redbooks. Q: I want to ... Q: I installed the recommend Linux on my T61p ThinkPad, but I cannot access the token (or a USB disk drive). ... Personal Communications stores user profiles in .ws files (such as bill.ws, for example).
|Title||:||IBM System z Personal Development Tool: Volume 2 Installation and Basic Use|
|Author||:||Bill Ogden, IBM Redbooks|
|Publisher||:||IBM Redbooks - 2013-06-18|