Linux on System z is the collective term for the Linux operating system compiled to run on IBM mainframes, especially System z machines. Other terms with the same meaning include Linux on zEnterprise 196, Linux on System z10, Linux on System z9, Linux on zSeries, Linux/390, zLinux, z/Linux, etc.
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... There are at least three software-based System z mainframe emulators ... The open source Hercules emulator supports Linux on System z (and can even run on Linux on System z itself), but IBM does not license other operating systems such as z/OS to run on Hercules ... In 2010, IBM introduced the Rational Developer for System z Unit Test Feature which provides a restricted use execution environment that can run on X86 hardware ...
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