OS/2 networking

From: Bill Pechter <pechter_at_pechter.dyndns.org>
Date: Sun Jan 14 15:56:51 2001

> From: THETechnoid_at_home.com <THETechnoid_at_home.com>
> Its clear that NTs dos support is based on OS/2s.
> Just for curiousity I've got a OS/2 Warp V3 kit including the bonus pack.
> What would it take to get networking going (TCP/IP prefered)?
> Also what later versions can be purchased and approximate cost?
> Allison

Legally, either Warp Connect or Warp4 -- or some other IBM software
like TCP/IP that has the Ethernet driver hooks...

It also can be done through the selective application of OS/2 fixpacks
to get the necessary parts. (this violates the software licenses)

To see how to do it check the web search engines and OS/2 news groups.

I've got Warp 4 and have been very pleased with it.


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Received on Sun Jan 14 2001 - 15:56:51 GMT

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