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Monday, May 20 • 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Cool OSS Stuff You Can Do on IBM i

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You’re a Linux user that has been thrown into the IBM i world, and you want to figure out how to work this darn thing. Maybe you’ve been an IBM i system administrator since the beginning, and you’re ready to see what all the hype about BASH is. You could be an RPG developer that wants to branch out and add another tool-set to their skills. You could even be a CTO, CIO, or other C-level businessman trying to figure out if all these open source tools have any value. Regardless of your title, if you’re working on the IBM i platform, it’s time to become familiar with Open Source Software and how it can benefit chief executives, system administrators, and developers alike.

Learning Objectives:


1. Learn exactly what PASE and Open Source Tools, like yum, are.
2. Use OpenSSH to connect to your IBM i
3. Learn the basics of BASH with an introduction of how to configure BASH and write scripts in BASH.

Speakers
avatar for Josh Hall

Josh Hall

Owner, SoBored
Josh Hall is a passionate advocate of Open Source Software. He advocates for open source by providing education, training, and development through his business, SoBored. In addition, Josh spreads open source knowledge by giving labs and presentations at conferences and user groups... Read More →


Monday May 20, 2019 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Fantasy Tower South Ballroom B
  • Level All
  • Operating System IBM i
  • Audience Linux administrators, IBM i administrators, developers, and C-Level executives can all benefit from learning how to administrate the IBM i through the eyes of a Linux administrator.

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