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Trying to give its RS/6000 workstations a leg up in the Internet server market, IBM is launching an Internet application porting centre that application developers can access over the net. The iNet Porting Centre is an extension of IBM's Solution Partnership Centre in San Mateo, California, IBM officials said. Developers can still go to San Mateo to try to port an Internet application to an RS/6000 system, but now they will also be able to "test drive" their applications remotely, over the Internet. Developers can also schedule secure remote access to an RS/6000 system to port or create Internet applications and to get technical support. The iNet Porting home page is at http:/www.spc.ibm.com. The IBM home page is at http://www.ibm.com.