Fourth Edition (March 1978)
This edition, as amended by technical newsletter GN20-9316, describes Release 2 of VS
Personal Computing (VSPC) for OS/VS. VSPC is a program product that runs under
OS/VSl (5740-XR5), 0S/VS2 MVS (5740-XR6), and DOS/VS (5746-XR3), and to any
subsequent releases until otherwise indicated in new editions or technical newsletters.
Technical changes are summarized under "Sununary of Amendments" following the list of
figures. Each technical change is marked by a vertical line to the left of the change. These
bars will be deleted at any subsequent republication of the page affected. Editorial changes
that have no technical significance are not noted.
Changes are periodically made to the information herein; before using this publication in
connection with the operation of IBM systems, consult the latest IBM System/370 and
4300 Processors Bibliography, GC20-0001, for the editions that are applicable and current.
This book describes VSPC Personal Computing (VSPC) and introduces
features available with Release 2. VSPC is a program product that enables
personnel—even those without previous computer experience—'to use a
computer interactively through terminals. VSPC runs under the following
IBM virtual storage operating systems: OS/VSl, OS/VS2 MVS, and
The purpose of this book is to enable managers, system programmers, and
other interested persons to evaluate VSPC for use in their organization and to
plan for installing and operating VSPC. It explains what VSPC is, how it's
used, and what requirements must be met and what tasks must be performed
to install, administer, and maintain it.
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Reference Number : GH20-9070-5
Date Published : March 1978
Manufacturer : IBM
Format : PDF (76 pages)
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