OS/2 Warp

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Tachikoma_Pilot
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OS/2 Warp

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There is a petion going round to make os/2 open source, since os/2 shares allot of thins with windows nt if it becomes open source would that help?

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IMHO i don't think this could help very much, since ms changed a lot of things since that date.

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Re: OS/2 Warp

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Tachikoma_Pilot wrote:There is a petion going round to make os/2 open source, since os/2 shares allot of thins with windows nt if it becomes open source would that help?
Voyager
http://voyager.netlabs.org
It is just been started.

OSFree
http://www.osfree.org
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/os3free
They are not sure what kernel to use but they are thinking of using the L4
http://os.inf.tu-dresden.de/L4/

:idea:

They are both trying to create a replacement for OS/2 when it is totally gone.

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ODIN; Trying to run Win in OS/2

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The project to run Win programs in OS/2 is called ODIN.
http://odin.netlabs.org

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hi
not free but look at this http://toastytech.com/guis/ecsd.html

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The link did not work.

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http://toastytech.com/guis/ecsd.html
I think the problem was that there was a 'q' where there should have been a 'g'.

<a href="http://www.ecomstation.com/democd/">eComStation DemoCD download.</a> One can try the demo without having to install it. It works from the cd (once one makes a bootable cd using the iso image).

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Post by Tachikoma_Pilot »

i have os/2 warp installed on my third pc, ive always and will always like it.

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On Desktop and Thinkpad

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Tachikoma_Pilot wrote:i have os/2 warp installed on my third pc, ive always and will always like it.
I have <a href="http://www.ecomstation.com">eComStation</a> installed on my Desktop and Thinkpad. I really like it. If eCS (an updated version of OS/2) ever goes away, I am hoping ReactOS is up to the point where one can use it as my main os (eCS will be around for quite a while [per Serenity Systems that makes eCS]). 8)
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Re: On Desktop and Thinkpad

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You wrote:<a href="http://www.ecomstation.com">eComStation</a>
But this is a forum, not an HTML document, so you should have wrote:eComStation

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Thanks.

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Thank you for the information. I am still learning HTML. 8)
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