SNA for Linux
The www.linux-sna.org dropped of the net years ago and all files seemed to be lost.
But thanks to John Decker I am able to put them on-line again!
The state of these files is unknown: I cannot tell you of they can talk to a real SNA device or even compile at all.
Anyway, here they are; good luck!
This project has stopped now that Jay Schulist decided to open-source & gpl his SNA for Linux implementation.
You can find it at:
There still is a mailinglist for this project. Subscribe at:
Post message: firstname.lastname@example.org
List owner..: email@example.com
You can reach me via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is this SNA-protocol anyway?
SNA is a network-protocol designed by IBM. It is a hierarchical design, very static and mainly in use
for communcation with mainframes.
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