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We won't ship this natively on IBM i.
We purchased the SKLM product and unsuccessfully attempting to install in on a RHEL Linux VM (twice). I have an open ticket with the SKLM support team, who is 'looking into it' and have engaged development in the process.
I have resorted to back-leveling one of my partitions to 7.1 so that I could run the encryption component of Java 5, and maintain my encrypted backups as well as read those backups that have already been done.
In waiting for support to get back to me, I have since requested a Windows VM test server so that I can attempt to install the SKLM software there.
Seems to be a lot of extra work and expense for something that just worked before, and was integrated into the operating system. I seem to recall somewhere the i in IBM i stood for integrated.