operating system integrity (coming from Nuke Redmond)

From: Bill Pechter <pechter_at_pechter.dyndns.org>
Date: Mon Jan 15 13:36:02 2001

> I think there might be some confusion about networking with versions of
> OS/2 later than 2.11.
> Warp 3 shipped a couple of months before Warp Connect. They are for
> practical purposes the same product. If you've got the OS and bonus pack
> on disk, then it is more than likely you already have TCP/IP and peer
> networking etcetera. If you have any questions (like how to install a nic
> driver if it didn't automatically detect yours, ask and I've got your
> back.

Yup... It doesn't detect nics because it doesn't include the
MPTN stuff and LAN drivers.

How do you get warp (not connect) to ethernet without violating
either IBM's MPTN (or is it MPTS) licenses.

I'd love to find a "legal" way without Warp Connect, TCP/IP or
Netware for OS/2 which have the necessary NDIS ethernet hooks...


(who owns 2 copies of Warp, 1 of Warp4)

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Received on Mon Jan 15 2001 - 13:36:02 GMT

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