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{{AN}} is an acronym which stands for {{bu|F|eature}} {{bu|U|nique}} {{bu|L|icensed}} {{bu|I|nternal}} {{bu|C|ode}} and is generally pronounced ''few lick''.   
 
{{AN}} is an acronym which stands for {{bu|F|eature}} {{bu|U|nique}} {{bu|L|icensed}} {{bu|I|nternal}} {{bu|C|ode}} and is generally pronounced ''few lick''.   
  
It is media provided by IBM which contains the [[LIC]] used to install or restore [[OS/400]] onto a [[CISC]] server for models 2xx and 3xx. <ref>http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/200710/msg01487.html</ref>  Its funtionality has since been replaced by the [[SAVSYS]].
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It is media provided by IBM which contains the [[LIC]] used to install or restore [[OS/400]] onto a [[CISC]] server for models 2xx and 3xx. <ref>http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/200710/msg01487.html</ref>  Its functionality has since been replaced by the [[SAVSYS]].
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 11:56, 4 February 2014

FULIC is an acronym which stands for Feature Unique Licensed Internal Code and is generally pronounced few lick.

It is media provided by IBM which contains the LIC used to install or restore OS/400 onto a CISC server for models 2xx and 3xx. [1] Its functionality has since been replaced by the SAVSYS.

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