myDOS360 IBM Mainframe on Your PC Software Package - COBOL - FORTRAN For Sale

myDOS360 IBM Mainframe on Your PC Software Package - COBOL - FORTRAN


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myDOS360 IBM Mainframe on Your PC Software Package - COBOL - FORTRAN:
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myDOS360 provides the GUI to run the first operating system that was available for the revolutionary IBM System 360 computer introduced in 1964. This is a basic and easy to use OS that has COBOL, FORTRAN, RPG, and PL/1 compilers. Everything needed to run it is provided in an easy to use GUI. VBBlue3270 is a 3270 terminal emulator that can be used to connect to BTAM if you should write such programs. It runs on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7, 8, and the new Windows 10, and Linux.It comes on a CD setup and ready to boot, a 32 and 64 bit Hercules Windows installer, the Hercules source tarball for building on Linux, and the Java runtime environment installation package for Windows. For Linux the Java runtime would need to be downloaded from Oracle or installed from your repository.Shipping is free via USPS First Class Mail only to US locations, PayPal verified addresses only. Total cost is $14.95. If you are not satisfied you may request a full refund without the need to return the CD as long as you do so within 14 days of purchase.For a CD combining 6 different vintage mainframe operating systems - search for myMainframe


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