OS/2 Warp question - MPTS?

From: Tom Jennings <tomj_at_wps.com>
Date: Thu Feb 19 19:12:08 2004

There's always ARCnet! I used to run ARCnet a lot, it was easier to
bring up than a lot of the other hardware, and it worked fine. I think
someone recently posted that it's still around too, though you'd need
old cards I imagine to get support from old drivers.

Ugh, all that RG-62... good luck finding all those 92-ohm terminators!

On Wed, 2004-02-18 at 14:54, Zane H. Healy wrote:
> > Just got a copy of OS/2 Warp version 3 with the Bonus Pack. (on diskette ... )
> > Loaded it to a notebook I have, 486sx - 8 megs , seems to run just fine. Problem is getting it onto my LAN and the Internet. Win 95 worked fine on this notebook, slow but fine, and I'd like to see what OS/2 looks like on the 'net.
> > Unlike most everyone here, I am NOT a rocket scientist and I'm wondering if there is a fairly simple download or something that would let the notebook see the LAN. The manual says something about needing a LAN server and MPTS. Thanks!
> One thing to check is if you have a supported ethernet adapter or not. At
> least in V3 the included support for NICs is very limited.
> Zane
Received on Thu Feb 19 2004 - 19:12:08 GMT

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