The OpenVMS Resource Center is an on-line resource
for OpenVMS networking technology. Here you will find a compilation of
OpenVMS networking related information sources, a listing of OpenVMS Freeware
downloads, a TCP/IP tutorial, a mailing list, and links to other OpenVMS
resources on the web.
This page is compiled by
Hunter Goatley and Process Software. Hunter has a long history of
developing software for the OpenVMS environment. He manages one of the
largest repositories of quality OpenVMS freeware on the Internet. If you
find problems you can send mail
to Hunter Goatley, who will try to co-ordinate updates with the original
Process Software celebrates the
30th anniversary of the release of VMS v1.0, the first version
of the HP OpenVMS operating system. We compiled some short stories
of our fondest memories of working with the OpenVMS community
from various Process employees. The combined experience with
OpenVMS from the 6 participants totals 132 years. We hope
that you enjoy our trip down memory lane.
I'm a die-hard VMS user and programmer, but when I was faced with
a need for a laptop, I was forced to turn to an Intel-based system
running Windows 2000. Fortunately, there's a lot of freeware out
there that makes life easier for the VMS user forced to use Windows. This
latest column contains a list of links to the freeware solutions
I've found for the VMS user on Windows 2000, as well as links to
software every Windows user should have.
The Process Software FILESERV packages are also available through this
WWW server Via anonymous FTP from:
Via e-mail from FILESERV@PROCESS.COM.
This program allows participants in the HP/DECUS OpenVMS Hobbyist
program to use MultiNet or TCPware free-of-charge for non-commercial
use. Now PMDF Messaging Server and PreciseMail Anti-Spam Gateway have
been added to this program.
This gives OpenVMS Hobbyists the ability to run world-class Process
Software products on their home OpenVMS systems.
The Process Software FILESERV packages are all freeware for VMS. Most
of the packages run on both OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS Alpha. These utilities
were written by subscribers of the vmsnet.internals newsgroup.
Send the commands HELP and DIR ALL in the body of a mail message for more