Let’s ‘C’ how (part II)

In the last post we created the program which retrieved source code lines with a certain filter string. We are going to modify the program to verify that all of the messages we have in […]

Let’s ‘C’ how!

I hope that you are following the series and found the previous postsĀ  and the tools we have produced useful. In this post I am going to expand on the tooling to loop through a […]

Let’s ‘C’ Series – In Summary

Shield Advanced Solutions Ltd led by Chris Hird, has been a long-time supporter of using ‘C’ as the program of choice for the IBM i O/S. Published over the past few weeks this series of […]

Let’s ‘C’ how (we can check *SRVPGM signatures)

Sometimes you will find yourself in the situation where you need to verify the signatures contained in a service program against those contained in a number of programs or vice versa.. Binder source can reduce […]

Let’s ‘C’ a little more (about *SRVPGM management)

The program we created last time shows how to read through a message file looking for a particular text string, but we generally do not search and change system messages (we only have the snd_error_msg() […]

Let’s ‘C’

I have been programming ‘C’ on the IBM i for many years in total deference to RPG. I have had to delve into RPG a couple of times to help out at a couple of […]

New HA4i Multi-Node Product moving along

Many people have asked for a version of our HA4i product which would support multiple replication paths (‘one to many’ and ‘many to one’ etc) but we have been avoiding that until now! We are […]

Running multiple versions of php under Nginx

We have a situation where we need to run multiple versions of PHP on a single Nginx instance. From the information we have gleaned and the limited knowledge we have on the Nginx -> php-fpm […]

Access IBM i via Linux Nginx.

We have a number of clients who are running iAMP as their IBM i HTTP/PHP server. Aura have not supported iAMP for a very long time and have been reluctant to share the build process […]

Installing git and getting our first Open Source Software

In the previous post I discussed the fact that we have two Open Source camps on the IBM i, I believe the easiest start into the community for many is going to be via the […]