OS/2 Warp, was Re: PCjr Telnet Server Test - Done!
madodel at ptdprolog.net
Wed Sep 17 19:18:28 CDT 2008
Zane H. Healy wrote:
> At 10:36 AM -0400 9/17/08, madodel wrote:
>> There are usually a copy or 2 on eBay relatively cheap. But OS/2 Warp
>> had only dialup TCP support. For full TCP/IP stack you need Warp
>> Connect or Warp 4.
> I know Warp Connect only supports a *very* limited number of NIC's.
> Finding one that is supported was my biggest challenge, and I was
> pulling from a large pool of NIC's.
You should be able to use any newer drivers on Warp Connect, so while the
selction may be limited on install, just about any NIC supported by OS/2
would work. Only exception is the GenMac driver which I think requires a
32bit TCP/IP stack which wasn't available until Warp 4. (GenMac is a
generic wrapper allowing windoze network drivers to be used under OS/2 and
eComStation). There use to be a lot on IBM's device driver depository
site, but they closed that down when they stopped all public support for
OS/2. A good source for OS/2 network (and for that matter any other)
drivers freely available is
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