Ibm Os 2 Warp 3 Iso Download

The CD actually does include floppy images. Where & how do I upload the images? Each one will be at least 1.44 mb. These images are actually diskette images, such as you might copy to a floppy disk. Seriously, vers 3 is the most complex to install, because there are so many varieties of it, viz vers 3 with or without winos2, on salmon or blue diskettes, along with varieties of warp connect.

In the older time, one could get a copy of os2 that used the windows installed under dos, adding files to this. WinOS2 has a lot of stuff not actually used (eg winoa386.mod), but are useful under DOS. Here is how to lay out the cdrom, from the floppy disks.

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Make a directory os2image and make directories under this as follows. debug: Debug diskette (if you have one). Disk0: setup disk. Disk1 to Disk15: disk 1 to 15 of base product.

disp1 to disp4: display diskettes. dmpd1 and dmpd2 dmpd diskettes. sym1 to sym5 symbols (if you have these) You then need to fiddle with diskettes 0,1,2 so that it will look for the cdrom, rather than further diskettes. Here's a pretty good site to start at: It has all the goodies needed to do this. You can get a reasonable view of OS/2 vers 3, from the Win31 shell 'Workplace Shell for Windows'. This uses the OS/2 v 3 icons quite extensively, as well as being able to set backgrounds to folders other than the desktop. I used a very large number of win31 shells in my time, but this was one of the better ones.

The task manager that came with it allowed you to close many proggies at once, as in OS/2. Also, you could apply different wallpaper to different folders. It also has a lot of interesting windows secrets, such as the commands to open individual control panel applets. (the control panel in OS/2 is an ordinary folder: you can add your own stuff to it.) The help system can be implemented by a proggie called 'xview', which one finds on hobbes.

This will read not only OS/2 help files, but the PC-DOS files. It is an older format than OS/2 itself, like REXX. One can get an idea of how OS/2 feels from this proggie.

You can get a reasonable view of OS/2 vers 3, from the Win31 shell 'Workplace Shell for Windows'. This uses the OS/2 v 3 icons quite extensively, as well as being able to set backgrounds to folders other than the desktop. I used a very large number of win31 shells in my time, but this was one of the better ones. The task manager that came with it allowed you to close many proggies at once, as in OS/2. Also, you could apply different wallpaper to different folders. It also has a lot of interesting windows secrets, such as the commands to open individual control panel applets.

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(the control panel in OS/2 is an ordinary folder: you can add your own stuff to it.) The help system can be implemented by a proggie called 'xview', which one finds on hobbes. This will read not only OS/2 help files, but the PC-DOS files. It is an older format than OS/2 itself, like REXX. One can get an idea of how OS/2 feels from this proggie. W I got my first copy of v 2.01 way back in 1992 with a UK magazine. V 3.0 Warp I got from my cousin in Canada. I was very happy with it running it on a 486 with VLB graphic & hdd controller.

I also had the bonus CD (win31s) & Hobbes collection. Version 4.0 was far too advanced for its time with Internet & email facilities built in.

Unfortunately Internet itself was not easily accessible. The biggest turnoff for over 95% of users was VERY difficultnon installation & availability of decent addon software at reasonable price. If I remember correctly the Word Processor alone cost close to US$ 450/=. It was so very much unix like. One could do everything at the command prompt to recover your system or very fancy rexx batch files.

With deteriorating driver support on new hardware it sank into oblivion. IBM could still simply make it Free/OSS with some driver support on new hardware & it can still give Windows run for its money.

I liked 'Workplace Shell for Windows' so much i used it for 95 when it came out I've got os/2 warp 4 installed in ms vpc and it takes longer to boot up than win xp does on real hardwareSince you are using vpc I would be interested in your comparison of boot timings for booting xp and/or othes OSes in this vpc & real hardware boot timings. Perhaps you can guestimate hardware booting times for Warp 4 on real hardware. At the time I received my Hobbes CD (1994/5 I believe) it contained a lot of very interesting software from ISDs. It also contained a partition/disk cloning over network utility, far ahead of the times. If IBM had lured a few of M$ developers specialising in 'OS installation' perhaps IBM would be in the position of M$ & windows would be just another has been.

OS/2 4.0 is the same vintage as Windows 95. One does not expect either of these to recognise modern hardware etc. None the same, later versions of OS/2 (eg eComStation 1.2) do recognise later hardware. When i installed 4.52 (ie eCS 1.2) on my recent box, it had no probs with either the promise card, the zip drive, the cdrom and dvdrom, not the NVida card or the Lucent Modem.How does eComStation compare in basic pricing, paid support and TCS? I visited eCom site for more information but only found links to hardware vendors who supplied complete systems with OS2 installed. The current PCI bus is a ripoff compared to VLB.

With VLB I could have full 16 bit access to attached hardware albeit slowly. With the drivers installed you had fast access & high performance. It ran at 33mhz. Even today your PCI bus for add on cards runs only at 33 mhz.

So what was the big idea if not to simply to flex its muscle in the chipset market?