Length: 27 minutes
VMS Audio Update - Episode #10
In this episode, we'll cover some of the news highlights from the last two months since the last update, and give you some of the audio recorded by Marty during the partner roundhouse at the VMS Bootcamp.
Links for the news items:
To download the VMS Technical journal V10
The whitepaper from Techwise "Quantifying the Total Cost of Ownership for Entry-Level and Mid-Range Server Clusters" is available from the HP OpenVMS Whitepaper web page
To see the exploding datacentre video go to www.hp.com/go/disasterproof
For more about the VT510 replacement terminals and new disk drives then visit the
Nemonix Engineering website
Read about OpenVMS v8.3 support for HP BladeSystems c-Class Integrity Blade (BL860c) on the OpenVMS on Blades web site
Go the the HP CIFS field test web site to download the kit and try it out today.
To obtain your free copy of Tier3 non-commercial, right-to-use license simply e-mail your request, including your preference for a VAX or Alpha kit, to Tier3(at)aapt.net.au.
Java Remote Desktop Protocol Client (JavaRDP) for OpenVMS is available for fownload from Thierry Uso Free VMS Web site
Download cURL for VMS from curl.haxx.se/download.html#VMS
Read further information Artisic Style and download the software from the homepage on sourceforge.
Questions concerning the OpenVMS port can be directed to Jim Duff via the contact page on his website: www.eight-cubed.com
Mercurial 0.9.4 is available for download at:
GnuPG Version 1.2-4 for OpenVMS AlphaServer systems and Integrity servers is now available from
the GnuPG for OpenVMS home page
Xpdf 3.02 PCSI packages available for OpenVMS/Alpha at:
For more on the OpenVMS advanced technical bootcamp visit the website
Companies mentioned in the recording from the bootcamp partner roundhouse
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We'd like to thank all the contributers to this podcast.
Special thanks to Jeff Palmer and Greg Freeman of the band Checksum for letting VAU use cuts from their CD Grey Ghost royalty free.
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