On 9/27/2014 3:08 PM, Nigel Williams wrote:
Could be worth a closer look.
The AS/400 hobbyist community has little in the way of software from
that era (5.25/8-inch suggests AS/400s CISC machine, the later RISC
based machines mostly used CDs as a distribution media, cartridge tape
was used too).
If you are visiting RE-PC could you copy down some of the diskette
labels please, we can get an idea of what it might be.
OK! Made it back to RE-PC today.
here's what is in the box:
A pair of original IBM 3 ring binders labeled "AS/400 Series Advanced
computing made simple" Vol 1 and Vol 2. with a few docs and tabbed
separators inside. binders warped but otherwise in fair condition
8" and 5.25" floppy media, apparently identical, labeled "Advanced 36
Transition Aid Kit Vol 01 of 01
P/N: 5716-SSP R07 M05 FEAT 2300-2924 (2 each of these)
5.25 floppy media labeled "IBM PC Support/36 V2 DOS" Vol 01 of 01
P/N: 5716-PCS R07 M01 FEAT 2315-2926 (1 each of this)
2 CDROM set labeled "AS/400 Information Center"
marked AS/400e Version 4 Release 5 (1 each of this)
individually sealed docs:
Application System/400 IBM Client Access for OS/400 DOS with Extended Memory
Application System/400 IBM Version 3 Client Access for OS/400
Application System/400 IBM Client Optimized of OS/2 Version 3
Application System/400 IBM Client Access/400 for DOS Feature 7575
copyright dates on everything - even the 8" media - are 1995
Speak up if it's of value!