What to Do with a PS/2?
Mark J. Blair
nf6x at nf6x.net
Thu Jan 28 00:29:28 CST 2016
I finally managed to get OS/2 Warp Connect 3.0 installed after a few tries. I think that messing with the SCSI2SD settings fixed things. My best guess is that with the default settings the BIOS code could access the drive, but once OS/2 switched over to its own drivers part way through the install, the wheels came off.
I tried enabling the touch display, and it kind of works. Calibration is way off; I saw something that looked like a calibration program flashing by during the driver installation, but I got frustrated doing things with a dodgy and uncalibrated screen before finding it. Switching between touch screen and mouse involved a reboot (at least the way I found to do it), and when I switched to the touch screen, the mouse quit working even though it's daisy chained through the monitor. There may be some better way to configure it that I haven't found yet.
Anyway, now that it's working, I guess I can put it all on a shelf! :)
Mark J. Blair, NF6X <nf6x at nf6x.net>
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