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SubjectRe: Linux 64 bit - Trillium
Date (Alan Cox) writes:
> The AS/400 is more like a toaster than a computer. They take an interesting
> approach of implementing a protected machine via software 'trust'. The
> compiler generates apps that are written in an interpreted layer and have
> been validated to some extent. The code is then executed JIT style with
> trust checks in the code. The real hardware is much akin to an MMUless 386.

AFAIK newer AS/400 run an extended PPC/Power CPU with some extensions (hardware
multi threading, some kind of hardware type checking etc.)


This is like TV. I don't like TV.

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