AS400 Emulator for Ubuntu

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i need to run mocha as400 emulator in ubuntu. pls suggest  me the steps


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mocha tn5250

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  • TomLiotta
    There are no AS/400 emulators. MochaSoft makes a 5250 terminal emulator that can connect to an AS/400 if you have an AS/400 available to you. You can download the Mocha 5250 emulator for Linux and install it. Install instructions are available with the product. -- Tom
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  • thambiyannanvignesh
    i had downloaded from linux but could not install it with its provided instruction
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  • thambiyannanvignesh
    help me out with steps to install..
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  • TomLiotta
    You'll need to e-mail MochaSoft for their support. They are the ones who would know what might be done for installing their product. If they don't know, no one does. -- Tom
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Pass the command as:
    tar -xzvf tn5250.tar.gz
    change to the directory as: cd /mocha_tn5250 (if all r going OK)
    and minutely read the file README.TXT file OR run the file as:
    ./Install-sh

    As u mentioned Ubuntu OS, u can dnld .deb file also. There is also
    man.txt file which can help u further.
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