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Archive for February, 2012

Xfree86 Video Mode and ATI Mach64

I’m back :-)

  After much nashing of teeth and playing around I’ve finally got xfree86 to
work in a semi-decent video resolution.  For some reason though – I can’t
get 1024×768 to work.

In xf86config, I’ve commented out all of the modeline lines except:

# 640×400 @ 70 Hz, 31.5 kHz hsync 34.97 25.175
Modeline "640×400"     25.175 640  664  760  800   400  409  411  450
# 640×480 @ 60 Hz, 31.5 kHz hsync
Modeline "640×480"     25.175 640  664  760  800   480  491  493  525
# 800×600 @ 56 Hz, 35.15 kHz hsync jp – 35.16 below was 36
ModeLine "800×600"     35.16     800  824  896 1024   600  601  603  625
# 1024×768 @ 87 Hz interlaced, 35.5 kHz hsync jp – was 44.9  interlaced
Modeline "1024×768"    44.9  1024 1048 1208 1264   768 776 784 817

and the same with the screen section/display sections except:

    Subsection "Display"
        Depth       16
        Modes       "640×400" "800×600" "1024×768" "1280×1024" "640×480"
        ViewPort    0 0
    EndSubsection

To get 800×600 working I was able to change the hsync freq in the modeline
to what the log said was needed.  When I try to do that for the 1024×768
modeline, the log just tells me I need a different freq.

I’ve read the man concerning the modeline entries but I’m afraid I’m still a bit
lost.  Can someone tell me exactly what the numbers following the hsync freq
are for?  And how they should be set.  It appears that they are resolutions and
I probably need some sort of multisync entry.

TIA – j.

xfree86 started as "startx 1>good 2>bad" – this is the output of bad:

shm_init()

XFree86 Version 3.3.3.1 / X Window System
(protocol Version 11, revision 0, vendor release 6300)
Release Date: December 29 1998
        If the server is older than 6-12 months, or if your card is newer
        than the above date, look for a newer version before reporting
        problems.  (see http://www.XFree86.Org/FAQ)
Operating System: OS/2 IBM
Configured drivers:
  Mach64: accelerated server for ATI Mach64 graphics adaptors (Patchlevel 0)
xf86-OS/2: gethostname() returns: "localhost"
xf86-OS/2: DISPLAY to listen is set to: "localhost:0.0"
xf86-OS/2: gethostbyname() returns the following data:
xf86-OS/2:    official host name: "localhost"
xf86-OS/2:    addr type = 2,  addr length = 4
xf86-OS/2:      Internet address: "127.0.0.1"
xf86-OS/2: Console opened
xf86-OS/2: Keyboard opened
xf86-OS/2: Started Vio thread, Tid=2
xf86-OS/2: Started hard error Vio mode monitor thread, Tid=3
xf86-OS/2: Started Kbd monitor thread, Tid=4
xf86-OS/2: Opened kbd monitor, rc=0
xf86-OS/2: Started Kbd bit-bucket thread, Tid=5
xf86-OS/2: Kbd monitor registered, rc=0
xf86-OS/2: Kbd Queue created, rc=0
XF86Config: j:/XFree86/lib/X11/XF86Config
(**) stands for supplied, (–) stands for probed/default values
(**) XKB: keymap: "xfree86(us)" (overrides other XKB settings)
(**) OsMouse selected for mouse input
(**) Mach64: Graphics device ID: "ati"
(**) Mach64: Monitor ID: "mon"

Here’s the bad guy:
(–) Mach64: Mode "1024×768" needs hsync freq of 35.52 kHz. Deleted.

(**) FontPath set to "j:/XFree86/lib/X11/fonts/misc/,j:/XFree86/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi/:unscaled,j: /XFree86/lib/X11/fonts/Type1/,j:/XFree86/lib/X11/fonts/Speedo/,j:/XFree86/l ib/X11/fonts/75dpi/"
(–) Mach64: PCI: Mach64 RageII+DVD rev 154, Aperture @ 0xe4000000, Registers @ 0xe6000000, Block I/O @ 0xe800
(–) Mach64: Card type: PCI
(–) Mach64: Memory type: EDO (3)
(–) Mach64: Clock type: Internal
(–) Mach64: Maximum allowed dot-clock: 200.000 MHz
(**) Mach64: Mode "640×400": mode clock =  25.175
(**) Mach64: Mode "800×600": mode clock =  35.160
(–) Mach64: There is no mode definition named "1024×768"
(–) Mach64: Removing mode "1024×768" from list of valid modes.
(–) Mach64: There is no mode definition named "1280×1024"
(–) Mach64: Removing mode "1280×1024" from list of valid modes.
(**) Mach64: Mode "640×480": mode clock =  25.175
(–) Mach64: Virtual resolution: 800×600
(–) Mach64: Video RAM: 4096k
(–) Mach64: Using hardware cursor
(–) Mach64: Using 16 MB aperture @ 0xe4000000
(–) Mach64: Using 4 KB register aperture @ 0xe6000000
(–) Mach64: Ramdac is Internal
(–) Mach64: Ramdac speed: 200 MHz
(**) Mach64: Color weight: 565
The Process Identification Number is 782.
The Process Identification Number is 784.
bad option: ShowTaskBarClock
xterm-icon-xterm\rxvt-icon-xterm\nxterm-icon-xterm\fte-icon-fte\AcroRead-ic on-pdf\Netscape-icon-netscape\AWTapp-icon-java\dfm-icon-folder\xv-icon-xv\x load-icon-xload\mozillaComponentBar-onTop-1\mozillaComponentBar-ignoreTaskB ar-1\mozillaComponentBar-ignoreWinList-1\mozillaComponentBar-allWorkspaces- 1\mozillaComponentBar-dSysMenu-0\xeyes-ignoreWinList-0\xeyes-ignoreTaskBar- 1\xeyes-allWorkspaces-1\xeyes-dTitleBar-0\xeyes-dBorder-0\xeyes-dSysMenu-0\ xeyes-dResize-0\xeyes-dClose-0\xeyes-dMinimize-0\xeyes-dMaximize-0\Program Rxvt (rxvt) not found.Program fte (fte) not found.Program xemacs (xemacs) not found.Program emacs (emacs) not found.Program xedit (xedit) not found.Program Lyx (lyx) not found.Program Arena (arena) not found.icon ‘lynx_16x16.xpm’ for ‘lynx’ not found.
Program Gimp (gimp) not found.Program XPaint (xpaint) not found.Program XFig (xfig) not found.Program ddd (ddd) not found.Program Acrobat Reader (acroread) not found.Program DVI Previewer (xdvi) not found.Program Ghostview (gv) not found.Program xfm (xfm) not found.Program Koules for X (xkoules) not found.Program Xboing (xboing) not found.Program Xboard (xboard) not found.Program XGalaga (xgal) not found.Program XDemineur (xdemineur) not found.Program Control Panel (control-panel) not found.Program xload (xload) not found.Program xosview (xosview) not found.Program XPlayCD (xplaycd) not found.Program XMixer (xmixer) not found.Program Font Selector (xfontsel) not found.icon ‘xclock_16x16.xpm’ for ‘xclock’ not found.
icon ‘xmag_16x16.xpm’ for ‘xmag’ not found.
Program Calculator (xcalc) not found.icon ‘xcolormap_16x16.xpm’ for ‘xcolormap’ not found.
icon ‘xclip_16x16.xpm’ for ‘xclip’ not found.
Program Screen Saver (xlock) not found.Program Screen Lock (xlock) not found.X connection to :0.0 broken (explicit kill or server shutdown).

X connection to :0.0 broken (explicit kill or server shutdown).

waiting for X server to shut down

.
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warp server, want to install more apps but cd letter has changed

After the install finished I realised I wanted a couple more of the
standard apps that come with warp server.

As the docos say, ‘use the Server Install’ icon on the desktop to do
this.  Server Install (the icon) is actually a program called
‘launcher.exe’.  Presumably this fires up the selective server app
installs.

Problem here though because the CDROM drive letter has changed, and
the launcher.exe gets confused and just keeps coming back to the first
dialog.

There must be an ini file someplace where this install time info is
kept but its not immeidately obvious.  

Anyone got any suggestions?

Craig

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CompUSA 8-way Scroller Mouse?

Does anyone have this working under OS/2?

I tried the ScrollMS drivers from IBM but it didn’t seem to work.

Ken Walter

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All the above is hearsay and the opinion of no one in particular

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HPFS and Linux

>>>Is there a HPFS system for Linux?

>>Yes, but it is "read only".  Linux is sensible enough not to try to
>>work with the EA’s that are so important in OS/2.  It works well.
>There actually is a read/write HPFS filesystem driver for Linux, or at
>least it claims to be (WARNING: I’ve not used it here at all):
>  http://artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/~mikulas/vyplody/hpfs/index-e.cgi

I downloaded this.  Its format is …._tar.cgi.  This is new to me – how do I unpack it?

John

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WinOS/2

Each time I try to get a WinOS/2 session to come to focus I get a
error message that says I am missing Network.DRV.  

I have reloaded WinOS/2 to see if the driver would be installed but I
am not having much luck.  

Can anyone give me an idea about how to cure the problem?

I appreciate any help.  

Thanks,

JNW
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Again: unsolved problems with Warp3 Connect configuration

Please anyone with thorough knowledge put me back on the road.
My Warp 3 Connect FP35 system suffers since a few weeks from the following
problems:
1 Occasionally my mouse pointer freezes and cannot be used anymore until the
next reboot. This probleem seemed to be solved thanks to suggestions in this
group, but is not totally vanished
2. When starting a VDM (example START COMMAND from OS/2 window) my system go’s
to 100% CPU, but nothing further happens. Killing the VDM restores the sytem
to normal, but I have to run some DOS (and WinOS2) programs.
3. My printer produces rubbish since installing FP35 ( I played around with
/IRQ or not /IRQ but didn’t notice any difference.
4. My Multimedia subsystem got silent (I didn’t attack this problem yet, being
totally ignorant in this field).

Except for problem 1 which existed before, these problems are a side effect of
installing FP35 over FP17. I reverted DDINSTALL to hte GA version.

I would be grateful for any help, or pinpointing to the correct information to
get things working as before.

Here is my CONFIG.SYS:

REM ####################################################
REM ### THIS VERSION INTEGRATES CHANGES FROM PROCESS COMMANDER   ###
REM ### AND TELES ISDN CARD  ################################
REM #######################
REM ### FILE-SYSTEM-DRIVERS  ###
REM #######################
IFS=C:\OS2\HPFS.IFS /CACHE:2048 /CRECL:64 /AUTOCHECK:CEFG
IFS=C:\OS2\BOOT\CDFS.IFS /Q

REM #######################
REM ### BASE-DEVICE-DRIVERS  ###
REM #######################
BASEDEV=DETNE2.SYS
BASEDEV=IBMKBD.SYS
BASEDEV=PRINT01.SYS /IRQ
BASEDEV=IBM1FLPY.ADD
BASEDEV=IBM1S506.ADD
Rem BASEDEV=XDFLOPPY.FLT – slechts voor XDF diskettes
BASEDEV=OS2DASD.DMD
BASEDEV=IBMIDECD.FLT

REM ####################
REM ### SET-STATEMENTS  ###
REM ####################
SET USER_INI=C:\OS2\OS2.INI
SET SYSTEM_INI=C:\OS2\OS2SYS.INI
SET OS2_SHELL=C:\OS2\CMD.EXE
SET AUTOSTART=PROGRAMS,TASKLIST,FOLDERS,LAUNCHPAD
SET RUNWORKPLACE=C:\OS2\PMSHELL.EXE
SET COMSPEC=C:\OS2\CMD.EXE
SET
PATH=C:\IBMLAN\NETPROG;C:\MUGLIB;C:\MPTN\BIN;C:\IBMCOM;F:\OS2_PROG\NETSCAPE ;C:
\PC\BIN;C:\OS2;C:\OS2\SYSTEM;C:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2;C:\ISDN\TELES;C:\OS2\INSTAL L;C
:;C:\OS2\MDOS;C:\OS2\APPS;C:\MMOS2;F:\OS2_TOOLS\GTU30;F:\OS2_PROG\WP52;C:\S IO;
G:\JAVAOS2\BIN;G:\SOUTHSDE\PMMAIL;C:\TCPIP\BIN;C:\TCPIP\UMAIL;C:\NSC;
SET
DPATH=C:\IBMLAN\NETPROG;C:\IBMLAN;C:\MUGLIB;C:\IBMCOM;C:\OS2;C:\OS2\SYSTEM; C:\
OS2\MDOS\WINOS2;C:\OS2\INSTALL;C:\;C:\OS2\BITMAP;C:\OS2\MDOS;C:\OS2\APPS;C: \MM
OS2;C:\MMOS2\INSTALL;C:\GRPWARE;C:\NSC;
SET PROMPT=$E[36m$I[$P]
SET
HELP=F:\OS2_PROG\NETSCAPE;C:\PC\HELP;C:\OS2\HELP;C:\OS2\HELP\TUTORIAL;C:\MM OS2
\HELP;G:\SOUTHSDE\PMMAIL;C:\TCPIP\HELP;C:\ISDN\TELES;C:\TCPIP\UMAIL;F:\OS2_ PRO
G\MESA2PR;F:\OS2_TOOLS\OBJDESK;
SET GLOSSARY=C:\OS2\HELP\GLOSS;
SET IPF_KEYS=SBCS
SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY
SET KEYS=ON
SET
BOOKSHELF=C:\IBMLAN\BOOK;C:\PC\BOOK;C:\OS2\BOOK;C:\MMOS2;C:\MDESK;C:\TCPIP\ DOC
;C:\ISDN\TELES;F:\OS2_TOOLS\OBJDESK;
SET SOMIR=C:\OS2\ETC\SOM.IR;C:\OS2\ETC\WPSH.IR;C:\OS2\ETC\WPDSERV.IR
SET SOMDDIR=C:\OS2\ETC\DSOM
REM SET
DELDIR=C:\DELETE,512;D:\DELETE,512;E:\DELETE,512;F:\DELETE,512;G:\DELETE,51 2;
SET EPMPATH=C:\OS2\APPS;
SET MMBASE=C:\MMOS2;
SET DSPPATH=C:\MMOS2\DSP;
SET NCDEBUG=4000
REM ### NEXT STATEMENT WORKS FOR FIXPACK 17+ ONLY
SET PM_ASYNC_FOCUS_CHANGE=ON 1536
REM ### NEXT STATEMENT WORKS FOR PROCESS COMMANDER ONLY
SET PC_DESKTOP=ENHANCED
SET CAPI=C:\ISDN\TELES
REM ### ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES USED BY OBJECT BACKUP ###
REM SET OBACK_SET_PATH=F:\OS2_TOOLS\OBJDESK\OBJBACK\SETS
REM SET OBACK_CATALOG_PATH=F:\OS2_TOOLS\OBJDESK\OBJBACK\CATALOGS
REM SET OBACK_LOG_PATH=F:\OS2_TOOLS\OBJDESK\OBJBACK\LOGS

REM ###################
REM ### OS/2-COMMANDS  ###
REM ###################
DISKCACHE=1024,128,AC:D
REM PROTSHELL=C:\OS2\PMSHELL.EXE
PROTSHELL=C:\PC\BIN\PMSHELL.EXE
LIBPATH=C:\IBMLAN\NETLIB;C:\MUGLIB\DLL;C:\MPTN\DLL;C:\IBMCOM\DLL;F:\OS2_PRO G\N
ETSCAPE;C:\PC\DLL;.;C:\ISDN\TELES;C:\OS2\DLL;C:\OS2\MDOS;C:;C:\OS2\APPS\DLL ;C:
\MMOS2\DLL;C:\GRPWARE;F:\OS2_PROG\WPC;G:\JAVAOS2\DLL;G:\SOUTHSDE\PMMAIL;C:\ TCP
IP\DLL;C:\TCPIP\UMAIL;C:\NSC\DLL;
PRIORITY_DISK_IO=YES
BUFFERS=30
IOPL=YES
MAXWAIT=1
MEMMAN=SWAP,PROTECT
SWAPPATH=E:\SWAP 5120 30720
THREADS=256
PRINTMONBUFSIZE=2048,0,0
COUNTRY=031,C:\OS2\SYSTEM\COUNTRY.SYS
PROTECTONLY=NO
CODEPAGE=850,437

REM #######################
REM ### OS/2-DEVICE DRIVERS  ###
REM #######################
DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\PROTOCOL\LANPDD.OS2
DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\PROTOCOL\LANVDD.OS2
DEVICE=C:\OS2\LOG.SYS
DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\LANMSGDD.OS2 /I:C:\IBMCOM
DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\PROTMAN.OS2 /I:C:\IBMCOM
DEVICE=C:\OS2\BOOT\TESTCFG.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\BOOT\DOS.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\BOOT\PMDD.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\BOOT\OS2CDROM.DMD /Q
DEVICE=C:\OS2\BOOT\POINTDD.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\BOOT\MOUSE.SYS SERIAL=COM1
DEVICE=C:\SIO\SIO.SYS
REM DEVICE=C:\OS2\BOOT\COM.SYS
DEVICE=C:\MMOS2\AZT16DD.SYS /B:530 /D:1 /I:10 /M:1,300,5 /N:AZT161$
DEVICE=C:\MMOS2\SGAUDVDD.SYS AZT161$
DEVICE=C:\MMOS2\SSMDD.SYS
DEVICE=C:\MMOS2\R0STUB.SYS
DEVICE=C:\PC\PC.SYS /SAFETY
DEVICE=C:\PC\BIN\VPC.SYS
DEVICE=C:\ISDN\TELES\TSRKRN.SYS
DEVICE=C:\ISDN\TELES\S0AB.SYS
DEVICE=C:\ISDN\TELES\HDLC.SYS
DEVICE=C:\ISDN\TELES\DSS1TE.SYS
DEVICE=C:\ISDN\TELES\ISO8208.SYS
DEVICE=C:\ISDN\TELES\BUNDLE.SYS
DEVICE=C:\ISDN\TELES\ISDNAPI.SYS
DEVICE=C:\ISDN\TELES\VCAPI.SYS C:\ISDN\TELES

REM ###################
REM ###  DOS COMMANDS  ###
REM ###################
SHELL=C:\OS2\MDOS\COMMAND.COM C:\OS2\MDOS
FCBS=1,0
RMSIZE=640
FILES=40
BREAK=OFF
DOS=LOW,NOUMB

REM ######################
REM ### DOS-DEVICE-DRIVERS  ###
REM ######################
DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VEMM.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VXMS.SYS /UMB
DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VDPMI.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VDPX.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VWIN.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VW32S.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VCDROM.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VMOUSE.SYS
REM DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VCOM.SYS
DEVICE=C:\SIO\VSIO.SYS

REM ######################
REM ### SCHERM & KEYBOARD ###
REM ######################
DEVINFO=KBD,UK166,C:\OS2\KEYBOARD.DCP
DEVINFO=SCR,VGA,C:\OS2\BOOT\VIOTBL.DCP
DEVINFO=SCR,BGA,C:\OS2\VIOTBL.DCP
SET VIO_SVGA=DEVICE(BVHVGA,BVHSVGA)
SET VIDEO_DEVICES=VIO_SVGA
DEVICE=C:\OS2\ATI0.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\ATIM64.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\VAD64.SYS
DEVICE=C:\OS2\MDOS\VSVGA.SYS

REM #####################
REM ### STARTED PROGRAMS ###
REM #####################
RUN=C:\OS2\EPW.EXE
RUN=C:\PC\BIN\ACTVCOLL.EXE
RUN=C:\PC\BIN\PC.EXE
RUN=C:\ISDN\TELES\START_S0.EXE S0AB$ HDLC$ DSS1TE$ ISO8208$ BUNDLE$

REM ###############################
REM ### ADDITIONS / NETWORK DEFINITIONS ###
REM ###############################
REM DEVICE=C:\MDESK\MDESKDD.SYS

REM — DUALSTOR INSTALLATION BEGIN —
REM DEVICE=C:\DUALSTOR\IP22DRV.SYS
REM RUN=C:\DUALSTOR\IP2XDMN.EXE
REM — DUALSTOR INSTALLATION END —
REM ADDITIONS BY SEAGATE BACKUP -BASEDEVS REMMED AFTER CDROM NOT FOUND
REM BASEDEV=OS2ASPI.DMD /ALL
REM BASEDEV=OS2SCSI.DMD
REM  —- SEAGATE BACKUP —–
DEVICE=C:\QBOS2\DRVOPPQT.SYS
DEVICE=C:\QBOS2\DRVOQ117.SYS
DEVICE=C:\QBOS2\DRVOCDB.SYS

SET
CLASSPATH=F:\OS2_PROG\NETSCAPE\NJCLASS.ZIP;G:\JAVAOS2\LIB\JEMPCL10.ZIP;.\.;

CALL=C:\IBMCOM\PROTOCOL\NETBIND.EXE
RUN=C:\IBMCOM\LANMSGEX.EXE
SET ETC=C:\MPTN\ETC
DEVICE=C:\MPTN\PROTOCOL\SOCKETS.SYS
DEVICE=C:\MPTN\PROTOCOL\AFOS2.SYS
DEVICE=C:\MPTN\PROTOCOL\AFINET.SYS
DEVICE=C:\MPTN\PROTOCOL\IFNDIS.SYS
RUN=C:\MPTN\BIN\CNTRL.EXE  
CALL=C:\OS2\CMD.EXE /Q /C C:\MPTN\BIN\MPTSTART.CMD
DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\PROTOCOL\NETBEUI.OS2
DEVICE=C:\IBMLAN\NETPROG\RDRHELP.200
IFS=C:\IBMLAN\NETPROG\NETWKSTA.200 /I:C:\IBMLAN /N
DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\PROTOCOL\NETBIOS.OS2
DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\MACS\PRNANDIS.OS2
SET TMP=C:\TCPIP\TMP
REM DISABLE TCP/IP FOR VIRTUAL DOS MACHINES
REM DEVICE=C:\TCPIP\BIN\VDOSTCP.VDD
REM DEVICE=C:\TCPIP\BIN\VDOSTCP.SYS
REM RUN=C:\TCPIP\BIN\VDOSCTL.EXE
SET TZ=CET
REM
REM *** ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES USED BY OBJECT BACKUP
REM
REM *** OBJECT BACKUP TAPE DEVICE MANAGER
REM BASEDEV=CDSTAPE.DMD
REM
REM *** OBJECT BACKUP ATAPI/IDE TAPE SUPPORT
REM BASEDEV=BTSEIDE.FLT
RUN=C:\OS2\SYSTEM\LOGDAEM.EXE
RUN=C:\IBMLAN\NETPROG\LSDAEMON.EXE
DEVICE=C:\IBMLAN\NETPROG\VNETAPI.OS2
RUN=C:\IBMLAN\NETPROG\VNRMINIT.EXE
SET NWDBPATH=C:\IBMLAN\NETPROG

Here is the content of my OS2/DLL:

De volume-label in station C is OS2.
Het volume-serienummer is E6DE:D414.
Directory van C:\os2\dll

14-05-97  17:49      <DIR>           0  .
14-05-97  17:49      <DIR>           0  ..
 3-02-95  22:46      18491          49  ANMT.DLL
10-11-94  16:13        512           0  ANSICALL.DLL
 2-11-97   2:56     158732          61  ASIACOL.DLL
 8-01-98  18:09      37594           0  BDCALLS.DLL
10-11-94  16:13        512           0  BKSCALLS.DLL
10-11-94  16:15        512           0  BMSCALLS.DLL
 3-02-95  22:44       4263          49  BUTTON.DLL
 3-02-95  21:39       7999           0  BVHINIT.DLL
 3-02-95  21:40      12756          49  BVHMPA.DLL
19-03-96  15:50      32111           0  BVHSVGA.DLL
 3-02-95  21:38      31054          49  BVHVGA.DLL
17-02-98  15:37      14233          49  BVHWNDW.DLL
 9-01-98   0:15        512          49  BVSCALLS.DLL
 8-10-94   4:28      41590           0  CDTBL.DLL
 2-03-98  11:56     170023           0  CHKDSK32.DLL
10-11-94  18:15      15408          49  COMETDLL.DLL
19-01-98  13:35     104183           0  COURIER.FON
31-10-94  19:31     130100           0  CPISPFPC.DLL
 8-03-95  12:42      42148           0  DDEML32.DLL
20-08-97  21:54      <DIR>           0  DISPLAY
13-01-98  18:30      46574           0  DISPLAY.DLL
17-06-96   1:00      35514          61  dmdaemon.dll
 9-01-98   3:22      43278          49  DMQSPROF.DLL
 2-03-98  13:54     124572           0  DOSCALL1.DLL
 3-02-95  21:41      42572          49  DOSRFICO.DLL
19-01-98  13:35     250598         333  DSPRES.DLL
31-10-94  19:31       1786           0  DTM.DLL
 3-02-95  22:13      15997        3542  EHXDLMRI.DLL
25-07-94  12:52      54264           0  epwcua.dll
 6-06-94   0:07       3076          49  epwelg01.dll
 4-06-94  14:05       1065           0  epwinit.dll
25-07-94  12:54      47952           0  epwnl001.dll
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14-05-97  17:50      <DIR>         384  IBMNULL
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 4-02-98  11:52      41424          49  INSPGM32.DLL
 7-12-96  11:09      48712           0  INSTALL.DLL
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 7-07-97  23:30       1957         173  LOTUS1.OFM
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21-01-98  16:49      66306          49  NAMEFT.DLL
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10-11-94  16:15       1024           0  NAMPIPES.DLL
21-04-95  16:52        512           0  NLS.DLL
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14-05-97  18:54      <DIR>         378  OMNI
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 2-03-98  14:22     567018        3236  PMCTLS.DLL
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16-12-96  17:00      27766         173  PMDDEML.BAK
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10-02-98  13:04       2231          49  PMGRE.DLL
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 4-02-98  15:56      34870          49  PMPIC.DLL
12-12-94  19:22      44198           0  PMPRE.DLL
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12-12-94  21:13       4313          49  PMVDMH.DLL
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 2-03-98  17:53     520563           0  PMWINX.DLL
 2-03-98  11:22     815209        4438  PMWP.DLL
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 9-01-98   0:12       1024          49  QUECALLS.DLL
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12-03-97  16:17      39507           0  REXXAPI.DLL
31-10-94  19:31       1484           0  REXXINIT.DLL
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22-11-95  10:46      85530           0  SC2KINST.DLL
22-12-95  14:39      42112         218  seamless.bak
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12-12-94  20:02      47189          49  shpiinst.dll
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28-04-97  18:07      92009           0  SOM.DLL
28-04-97  18:06      42841           0  SOMCT.DLL
12-03-97  18:54     270638           0  SOMD.DLL
12-03-97  18:54      40132           0  SOMEM.DLL
12-03-97  18:54     110972           0  SOMIR.DLL
12-03-97  18:54      23074           0  SOMS.DLL
28-04-97  18:06      33214           0  SOMSEC.DLL
12-03-97  18:54      35768           0  SOMTC.DLL
12-03-97  18:54      81652           0  SOMU.DLL
28-04-97  18:06      86276           0  SOMUC.DLL
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31-10-94  19:31      14171           0  STXTDMPC.DLL
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31-10-94  19:37      45568           0  SYSFONT.DLL
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19-01-98  13:37      46287           0  SYSMONO.FON
19-01-98  13:36     257547           0  TIMES.FON
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 2-03-98  15:35      27258           0  TRCFORMT.DLL
 3-02-95  22:48       8164        3542  TUT.DLL
 3-02-95  22:45      43469           0  TUTDLL.DLL
 3-02-95  22:45       1911           0  TUTMRI.DLL
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 2-03-98  12:30      13264           0  UCDFS.DLL
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 2-03-98  11:55     108048           0  UHPFS.DLL
 2-11-97   1:30      28547          61  UNIKBD.DLL
 3-02-95  22:19       4649           0  VCFGMRI.DLL
 3-02-95  22:18      58957          49  VIDEOCFG.DLL
12-12-94  20:05      57224          49  VIDEOPMI.DLL
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13-01-98  18:38      25869          61  VMAN.DLL
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 2-03-98  16:40     220151        4438  WPCONFIG.DLL
 2-03-98  16:38      16749           0  WPCONMRI.DLL
13-04-95  19:01      21967          49  WPDSERV.DLL
28-03-95  11:47      23274          49  WPDSRVP.DLL
 2-03-98  16:30     365628          49  WPPRINT.DLL
 6-03-98   9:35      56798           0  WPPRTMRI.DLL
11-05-95  22:23      12039          49  WPPWNDRV.DLL
       212 bestand(en)   18418240 bytes gebruikt
                         65182720 bytes beschikbaar

Here is the content of my  /OS2/MDOS

De volume-label in station C is OS2.
Het volume-serienummer is E6DE:D414.
Directory van C:\os2\mdos

14-05-97  17:49      <DIR>           0  .
14-05-97  17:49      <DIR>           0  ..
10-11-94   0:45       7471         173  ANSI.SYS
 3-02-95  22:07       8018           0  APPEND.EXE
 3-10-94  14:43        386         173  ASPISTUB.SYS
 3-02-95  22:08       2898           0  ASSIGN.COM
31-10-94  19:31       1065           0  BASIC.COM
31-10-94  19:31      64160           0  BASICA.COM
10-01-95   0:42        520         173  COMDD.SYS
 2-03-98  14:34      55856           0  COMMAND.COM
 3-02-95  22:33      27889           0  DEBUG.EXE
 3-02-95  22:16       6574           0  DOSKEY.COM
 2-03-98  13:27      30589           0  DOSKRNL
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14-01-94   8:51       4872         173  EGA.SYS
 3-02-95  22:40        565         173  EMM386.SYS
10-01-95   0:43          7           0  EXIT_VDM.COM
10-01-95   0:42       1806           0  FFIX.EXE
 3-02-95  22:24      30512           0  FSACCESS.EXE
 4-02-98  16:51      12988           0  FSFILTER.SYS
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31-10-94  19:29        591           0  HELP.BAT
10-11-94   2:23        445         173  HIMEM.SYS
31-10-94  19:49         19           0  ISWINDOW.COM
 3-02-95  22:20       5032           0  JOIN.EXE
10-01-95   0:42        499         173  LPTDD.SYS
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31-10-94  19:31       8406         173  MORTGAGE.BAS
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30-11-94  13:43     252587           0  QBASIC.EXE
30-11-94  13:43     141385         173  QBASIC.HLP
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10-01-95   0:43        507           0  SQ4FIX.COM
 3-02-95  22:20       4520           0  SUBST.EXE
 8-12-94  19:41       9765         218  V8514A.SYS
 8-12-94  20:02       1120         218  VAPM.SYS
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12-01-98  22:29       6880          49  VCDROM.SYS
10-01-95  19:50      37844         218  VCGA.SYS
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 4-02-98  17:29      12384          49  VCOM.SYS
 8-12-94  19:53      11385         218  VDMA.SYS
 8-12-94  19:53      11385         218  VDMAAT.SYS
12-01-98  22:52      22385          49  VDPMI.SYS
 4-02-98  16:54      25857          49  VDPX.SYS
 4-02-98  17:31      10384          49  VDSK.SYS
10-01-95  19:50      54148         218  VEGA.SYS
 8-12-94  19:54      20064         218  VEMM.SYS
31-10-94  19:49       3824           0  VESA.EXE
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13-01-98  17:09       2880          49  VMANWIN.SYS
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10-01-95  19:51      35029         218  VMONO.SYS
12-01-98  19:16      17280          49  VMOUSE.SYS
 8-12-94  19:55       2848         218  VNPX.SYS
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12-01-98  19:17       9926          49  VPIC.SYS
10-01-95  19:44     135500          49  VSVGA.SYS
12-01-98  19:17       9936          49  VTIMER.SYS
10-11-94   2:46        647           0  VTOUCH.COM
10-01-95  19:48      59195          49  VVGA.SYS
12-01-98  20:24      18225          49  VW32S.SYS
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12-01-98  23:01      26896          49  VWIN.SYS
 5-02-98  13:20      24771          49  VXGA.SYS
 8-12-94  19:55       9792         218  VXMS.SYS
19-05-97  20:58      <DIR>        5069  WINOS2
        70 bestand(en)    1451348 bytes gebruikt
                         65185280 bytes beschikbaar

Here is the content of my  MMOS2/DLL

De volume-label in station C is OS2.
Het volume-serienummer is E6DE:D414.
Directory van C:\mmos2\dll

14-05-97  18:03      <DIR>           0  .
14-05-97  18:03      <DIR>           0  ..
23-01-95  20:15       3088           0  AMPMMRI.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        544           0  AMPMXMCD.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        544           0  AUDIOIF.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        544           0  AUDIOMCD.DLL
27-11-95  19:00        532          49  AUDIOSH.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      14352           0  AUTOPROC.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      21520           0  AVCAPROC.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01       8223           0  AVCIIOPR.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        532           0  AVIO.DLL
 5-06-97  12:55      40244           0  CARDINFO.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        544           0  CDAUDIO.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        544           0  CDDASH.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      33280           0  CDPMMRI.DLL
 8-10-94   4:28      41590           0  CDTBL.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01       9424           0  CODECSH.DLL
 5-01-95  17:57     342160           0  DIVE.DLL
24-06-97  18:19      36947          49  dvmc.dll
 5-06-97  12:54       6952           0  dvmcmri.dll
23-01-95  20:02       9216           0  FFCMRI.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        544           0  FSSH.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        544           0  GENCDVSD.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01     159267           0  GENIN.DLL
 3-02-95  12:22       3600           0  GENINMRI.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01       1040           0  HHP.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      21425           0  IBMCDXA.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      12816           0  IMAADPCM.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      31056           0  IMGCLASS.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      40541           0  INDDEC32.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      62548           0  INDEO.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        590           0  INDEOR31.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01     121422           0  INDFSR31.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      50254           0  INDRTR31.DLL
 5-06-97  11:52      55356          61  INETMGR.DLL
 5-06-97  12:54      28176           0  INETMRI.DLL
 5-06-97  11:51      52364          61  INETPROC.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      31200           0  IOBASE.DLL
23-01-95  19:52       5136           0  IOPRNLS.DLL
 3-02-95  12:14      43454           0  ITERM.DLL
 8-10-94   4:45      34225           0  LVDP8000.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      53688           0  MCIAPI.DLL
23-01-95  19:54      11792           0  MCIERR.DLL
23-01-95  19:56      29696           0  MCIMRI.DLL
23-01-95  18:59      42940           0  MDM.DLL
27-11-95  18:31      12752          49  MEMSH.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        532           0  MIDIIO.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        544           0  MIDIMCD.DLL
23-01-95  19:06      21203           0  MIPM.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        560           0  MISH.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01       3604           0  MMIO.DLL
 3-02-95  12:13      20496           0  MMMRI.DLL
23-01-95  19:53       9247           0  MMOTPROC.DLL
 5-06-97  11:51     106257          61  MMPLUGS.DLL
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27-11-95  20:36     704504           0  MMPM.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      53134           0  MMPMCRTS.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      98968           0  MMSND.DLL
23-01-95  20:06       2048           0  MMSNDMRI.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01       9568           0  MONDO.DLL
 5-06-97  11:51     125475          49  mpg.dll
 5-06-97  11:51      61537          49  mpgaud.dll
 3-02-95  13:01       4788           0  MPGDC.DLL
27-11-95  18:53      25219           0  MPGIO.DLL
 5-06-97  11:51      54545          49  mpgrdc.dll
 3-02-95  13:01      34913           0  MPPM.DLL
23-01-95  20:00       7184           0  MPPMMRI.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01        532           0  MTSH.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01       5264           0  NULLSH.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01       6175           0  OS13PROC.DLL
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 5-06-97  11:51      32144          49  os2om1.dll
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 3-02-95  13:01       6160           0  SNDBLAST.DLL
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 8-10-94   3:15      30568           0  SSMRES.DLL
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 3-02-95  13:01      30224           0  ULCOASYM.DLL
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23-01-95  20:08      32736           0  WEPMPINT.DLL
23-01-95  20:07      17632           0  WEPMPLUS.DLL
 3-02-95  13:01      13859           0  WI30PROC.DLL
       102 bestand(en)    3667145 bytes gebruikt
                         64726528 bytes beschikbaar

Here is my hardware as seen by RMVIEW:
RMVIEW: Physical view

Adapter: PDEV Physical Device Tree
Device Type: OTHER          Bus/Width: PLANAR 32 BIT
  Adapter: CPU_0 586
  Device Type: OTHER          Bus/Width: PLANAR 32 BIT
    Adapter: Local_Bus
    Device Type:   Bus/Width: PLANAR 32 BIT
      Adapter: PIC_0  
      Device Type: PERIPH-PIC     Bus/Width: PLANAR 16 BIT
      I/O = 0X0020  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16

      Adapter: PIC_1  
      Device Type: PERIPH-PIC     Bus/Width: PLANAR 16 BIT
      I/O = 0X00A0  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      IRQ Level =  2  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = EXCLUSIVE    

      Adapter: DMA_CTLR_0  
      Device Type: PERIPH-DMA     Bus/Width: PLANAR 16 BIT
        I/O = 0000  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0087  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X000C  Len =   4  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0002  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0083  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X000C  Len =   4  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0004  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0081  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X000C  Len =   4  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0006  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0082  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X000C  Len =   4  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16

      Adapter: DMA_CTLR_1  
      Device Type: PERIPH-DMA     Bus/Width: PLANAR 16 BIT
      DMA Channel =  4  Flg =  EXCLUSIVE  
        I/O = 0X00C0  Len =   4  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X008F  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X00D0  Len =  16  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X00C4  Len =   4  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X008B  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X00D0  Len =  16  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X00C8  Len =   4  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0089  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X00D0  Len =  16  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X00CC  Len =   4  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X008A  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X00D0  Len =  16  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16

      Adapter: VGA
      Device Type:   Bus/Width: PLANAR 16 BIT
      I/O = 0X01CE  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03B4  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03BA  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03C0  Len =  10  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03CC  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03CE  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03D4  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03DA  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03DD  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16

      Adapter: TIMER
      Device Type: PERIPH-TIMER   Bus/Width: PLANAR 16 BIT
        I/O = 0X0040  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0043  Len =   1  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
        IRQ Level =  0  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = EXCLUSIVE    
        I/O = 0X0041  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0043  Len =   1  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0042  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
        I/O = 0X0043  Len =   1  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16

      Adapter: RTC  
      Device Type: PERIPH-RTC     Bus/Width: PLANAR 8 BIT
      I/O = 0X0070  Len =   2  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      IRQ Level =  8  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = EXCLUSIVE    

      Adapter: BIOS_ROM
      Device Type: MEMORY         Bus/Width: PLANAR 8 BIT
      Memory Base = 0X000C0000  Size = 00008000  Flg =  SHARED      

      Adapter: KBD_0 Keyboard Controller
      Device Type: INPUT-KBD      Bus/Width: PLANAR 8 BIT
      I/O = 0X0060  Len =   1  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X0064  Len =   1  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
      IRQ Level =  1  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = EXCLUSIVE    

        Device: KBD_X Unknown Keyboard Device      IO          

      Adapter: SERIAL_0 Serial Port Controller
      Device Type: INPUT-MOUSE    Bus/Width: PLANAR 8 BIT
      I/O = 0X03F8  Len =   1  Flg = SHARED      Addr Lines = 16
      IRQ Level =  4  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = EXCLUSIVE    

        Device: MOUSE_0 IBM Compatible Mouse      IO          

    Adapter: ISA_Bus
    Device Type: OTHER          Bus/Width: PLANAR 16 BIT

      Adapter: PARALLEL_0 Parallel Port Adapter
      Device Type: COMM-PARALLEL  Bus/Width: ISA 8 BIT
      I/O = 0X0378  Len =   8  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16
      IRQ Level =  7  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = MULTIPLEXED  

      Adapter: PARALLEL_1 Parallel Port Adapter
      Device Type: COMM-PARALLEL  Bus/Width: ISA 8 BIT
      I/O = 0X0278  Len =   8  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16
      IRQ Level =  5  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = MULTIPLEXED  

      Adapter: FLOPPY_0 Floppy Controller
      Device Type: MS-FLPY        Bus/Width: ISA 8 BIT
      IRQ Level =  6  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = MULTIPLEXED  
      I/O = 0X03F0  Len =   6  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03F7  Len =   1  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16
      DMA Channel =  2  Flg =  MULTIPLEXED

        Device: DSKT_0 1.44MB Diskette Drive   REMOVABLE  DISK        

        Device: DSKT_1 1.2MB Diskette Drive   REMOVABLE  DISK        

      Adapter: FLOPPY_1 Floppy Controller
      Device Type: MS-FLPY        Bus/Width: ISA 8 BIT
      IRQ Level =  6  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = MULTIPLEXED  
      I/O = 0X0370  Len =   6  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X0377  Len =   1  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16
      DMA Channel =  2  Flg =  MULTIPLEXED

      Adapter: SIO – Serial Port(s)
      Device Type: COMM-SERIAL    Bus/Width: ISA 16 BIT
      I/O = 0X02F8  Len =   8  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 10
      IRQ Level =  3  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = MULTIPLEXED  

      Adapter: SoundGalaxy 16 Sound Card
      Device Type: MMEDIA-AUDIO  Bus/Width: ISA 16 BIT
      I/O = 0X0240  Len =  16  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X00F8  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X00FC  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X00F9  Len =   1  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X0530  Len =   8  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      IRQ Level = 10  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = MULTIPLEXED  
      DMA Channel =  1  Flg =  EXCLUSIVE  

        Device: AUDIO_1 SoundGalaxy device   FIXED  AUDIO        

      Adapter:  
      Device Type:   Bus/Width: ISA 16 BIT
      IRQ Level = 12  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = EXCLUSIVE    
      I/O = 0X0D80  Len =  32  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X0180  Len =  32  Flg = EXCLUSIVE   Addr Lines = 16

    Adapter: PCI_Bus_0
    Device Type: OTHER          Bus/Width: PLANAR 32 BIT

      Adapter: IDE_0 ST506/IDE Controller
      Device Type: MS-IDE         Bus/Width: PCI 16 BIT
      IRQ Level = 14  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = MULTIPLEXED  
      I/O = 0X01F0  Len =   8  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X03F6  Len =   1  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16

        Device: HD_0 ST51080A                               FIXED  DISK      

        Device: HD_1 QUANTUM FIREBALL1080A                  FIXED  DISK      

      Adapter: IDE_1 ST506/IDE Controller
      Device Type: MS-IDE         Bus/Width: PCI 16 BIT
      IRQ Level = 15  PCI Pin = NONE  Flg = MULTIPLEXED  
      I/O = 0X0170  Len =   8  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16
      I/O = 0X0376  Len =   1  Flg = MULTIPLEXED Addr Lines = 16

        Device: HD_0 Hard Drive   FIXED  DISK        

        Device: ATAPI_0 IDE CDROM Drive   FIXED  CDROM        

remove windows from your harddisk to reply
==========================================
Arnold van Overeem
==========================================
Let’s make the difference/2

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SCSI CD-ROm via PCMCIA

I’m (still) trying to install WARP 4 using an external PLEXTOR-CD,
connected with a Adaptec PCMCIA SCSI-interface. I found socket drivers for
my Chicony MP-975 that load well, but still, it doesn’t work. Somethings
wrong with the CD-ROM recognition.

Can someone, who has a SCSI-CD-ROM working (preferable on a laptop with
PCMCIA-SCSI, like mine) send me their CONFIG.SYS. ? I could find out what
I’m doing wrong. Maybe I can put it in my starting CONFIG. Remember, My HD
is naked, there’s (still) nothing on it.

Or maybe it’s so simple to tell me what should be in a CONFIG.SYS to
activate a SCSI CD-ROM ?

Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80

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Paritioning and moving to new scsi drive

Am about to install a new big scsi drive, move all my data
over from the three old ones, and install w95.

I’ve pored over a bunch of ng posts, read the OS2 User’s
Guide, but still not quite sure how to go about moving to
this new scsi drive and putting w95 on.

Right now I’ve got three HDs with partitions C:-L:, various
combinations of FAT and HPFS.  I’m booting Warp 4 from the
K: partition of the third drive.  All partitions are logical
except BM.

Drive 1
    primary boot manager
    C: logical HPFS
    D: bootable logical HPFS   WARP3
    E: bootable logical HPFS   MAINTENANCE
    F: logical HPFS data

Drive 2
    primary free space
    G: logical FAT data
    H: logical FAT data
    I: logical HPFS data

Drive 3
    primary free space
    J: logical FAT
    K: bootable logical HPFS   WARP4
    L: logical HPFS data

(This is what happens when you keep adding cheap scsi drives
anticipating you might kludge a MS product on the first
partition of one of the new ones.)

I gather I’ve got three options for putting w95 (ow) on:

1) preserve current configuration:
install w95 with FAT, then just repartition with all
subsequent partitions logical, using OS/2′s fdisk, except BM
primary, then restore from tape, moving everything that had
been on my HPFS C: drive back over to the FAT: partition to
share with infidel

2) Use MS-DOS boot loader:
install dos on a little primary then have it load W95 from a
subsequent partition (which doesn’t have to be a primary,
first on drive, etc?)

3) use two C: partitions:
This is the one seems to appeal the most but I’m not sure
how to do it.  Would I: a) install W95, b) using DOS’s
fdisk, create a little primary partition after the w95 part.
for BM, then c) another primary HPFS drive after that as the
C: drive I want hidden from W95? and then divide the rest of
the drive up into logical partitions, set installable,
backup from tape. and voila?  I’m not sure whether folks do
this in a situation like mine, i.e., where I don’t intend to
*boot* from the non MS C: partition.


Ray Tennenbaum
readme@ http://www.ray-field.com

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win modem

I do not know how to install my PCI internal win-modem under OS/2v4.
Is it possible?

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FP35 broke my VDM ?

Since installing FP35  my DOS-support became unusable:
I isolated the problem to the VDM:
When starting a DOS-box e.g. START COMMAND from an OS/2 window, I get 100%
CPU-load and nothing happens. Killing the DOS box from the task list restores
the system.
Can anybody help me, and point me how to repair my system ?

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