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Technical guide for porting applications from Solaris to Linux, Version 1.0
Solaris and Linux are loosely related to Unix, so they ought to be a lot alike, right? Not so - the differences pose a great many "gotchas." Let this technical porting guide show you the ropes for porting your Solaris application to the Linux platform.
Articles 12 Feb 2002
Guide to porting from Solaris to Linux on POWER
Accelerate your porting efforts by following this six-step guide. Learn the differences between Solaris and Linux on POWER that you commonly encounter during a port. Get an introduction to the development environment for Linux running on IBM POWER processor-based systems, and see how Sun's compiler/linker switches compare with those of GNU GCC and the IBM native compiler. Finally, learn about tools for performance analysis and software packaging for Linux on POWER. [This article has been updated to reflect the latest product versions. -Ed.]
Also available in: Russian  
Articles 08 Sep 2009
Porting applications to Linux for System z
Server consolidation based on Linux for IBM System z offers advantages, but moving existing applications requires some specialized knowledge. In this article, get general advice on how to organize your porting project, including technical details on mainframe virtualization, byte-ordering, and address calculation specific to System z. This article also covers how development tools (compiler, linker, debugger) are supported on System z, and introduces IBM's free-of-charge Migration Kit for Solaris OS to Linux.
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Articles 08 Jun 2012
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