need a IBM 3270 emulater to install to linux 9 to access IBM AS 400

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need a IBM 3270 emulater to install to linux 9 to access IBM AS 400
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You setup use "XDMCP" or use ssh with X forward enable to connetc to your AIX box, run
 the application in the AIX box and display in your Linux screen.

Have a look at this "Linux XDMCP HOWTO" to learn how:

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A better vserion of the same doc:

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