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Sun Jun 1 12:00:11 CDT 2008
Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 23:09:30 -0400
From: "Teo Zenios"
> Anybody happen to have disks for OS/2 2.1? I tried installing it today on
> my PS/2 65SX and disk #8 is bad. not sure if anything past that is good or
I've got 'em. 3.5" only, though, so if you need 5.25" versions,
you're on your own. I also have some CSD updates for it. Email me
with an email that will accept large attachments and I'll get what
you need to you.
o I tried installing OS/2 1.1EE onto the same machine but fdisk could
> not find any drives. Since that machine is SCSI does OS/2 expect ESDI
If you've got MFM, IDE or ESDI, it's all the same to OS/2 (the basic
port-level interface is close enough to be inter-operable for OS/2).
You can even use SCSI, as long as there's an INT 13 BIOS extension
installed to access it, but you have to add the driver for the SCSI
controller to your boot diskettes (I've got a 386 running OS/2 2.1
with a DTC 3280 SCSI board).
I also have the developer's kit for OS/2 2.x, which, with the CSDs
comes to a lot of diskettes, not to mention the pile of
documentation. Also MASM and MSC for OS/2.
What I don't have is the network version of OS/2 2.x. Does anyone
have that one?
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