TarGzipPm has been updated, and now includes support for Tar comressed files
(*.Z). Cleanup has also been improved to delete temp directories, and newly created
files now list their content...
Go to the projects page.
Sydney, Australia. (2 Oct, 1998). Fortify for Netscape now supports the first
non-beta version of Netscape Communicator on OS/2, which was released by IBM yesterday,
as version 4.04 (980928).
This functionality is available immediately, as part of the fn128os2.zip distribution.
You can download this from the new and improved Fortify web site, at http://www.fortify.net/,
or from the Fortify mirror FTP sites (after propogation is complete).
On Sept. 23, IBM released new AntiVirus updates for IBM AntiVirus.
AV30CD.ZIP for IBM AntiVirus 2.5.2 or higher
OLD30CD.ZIP for 2.5.1 or older
IBM has updated the ScrollPoint Mouse driver again (9/30/98):
The official website of SEC SPB ETU company, http://veronica.etu.ru,
reopened after reconstruction. Our company is an IBM business partner, and we provide
information on our IBM-based products and services, including OS/2-based ones (sorry,
Russian version only is available now). Russian Unofficial OS/2 Hardware Compatibility
List is also available. Welcome!
HOUSE/2 is the OS/2 program for home automation using X10 devices. With HOUSE/2
and X10 modules you can inexpensively automate your home, from turning on your lights
and appliances automatically, to controlling drapes and thermostats, to monitor
events from motion sensors and input modules. X10 modules simply plug into your
existing house wiring and all transmissions between modules and the computer occurs
through the house wiring itself - no rewiring is necessary. This could be the easiest
and most fun home improvement project you will ever undertake.
Come see HOUSE/2 in action at Warpstock '98, Oct 17-18.
For information on HOUSE/2 see:
For information about Warpstock see:
DOWNLOAD VISUALAGE FOR JAVA, ENTRY EDITION 2.0 AT VISUALAGE DEVELOPER DOMAIN
This free download of VisualAge for Java 2.0 is available now at VisualAge Developer
Domain. Get your copy of the Entry Edition and experience the VisualAge for Java
difference -- less coding, more fun!
Moneydance 2.0 beta 2 can be found at:
Moneydance is a personal finance manager written completely in Java. It includes
transaction auto-completion, graphical reporting, reconciliation tool, running cleared
vs uncleared balances, transaction sorting, double-entry, multiple currencies, support
for multiple accounts and more.
Let's vote the Team OS/2 Italia web site!:
CONTEST ENDS 10/24/1998 HURRY UP!!!!
On the contest promoted by Il Sole 24 Ore, the most import and economic daily
newspaper, the italian OS2 users community has made a good work voting the Team
OS2 Italia web site, but after reaching a impressive 6th in the "Information
Technology" section, now the site has gone down to 15th position.
But there's still hope: everyone in the Net can vote any site - the contest isn't
restricted only to Italian people, although foreign can't win any prize - and every
vote, both from Italy and outside Italy, are counted for the final chart.
In a race between the major companies of the Italian Economy will be great to
see the Team OS2 Italia among, or even at the top, of the web sites done only by
This will be possible if all the international OS2 community will vote the Team
OS2 Italia on the contest site.
We already suspect of some busting mehods done by several companies, opening
mail accounts only for voting then shutting it down. As example, what it means for
a daily newspaper as "La Repubblica" (sort of italian New York Times)
into the category of "Information Technology"? Or a site about Video Games?
What we want is only the votes of the whole OS2 community. You can use all the
mailboxes you have available.
With 7000 votes we can reach the top of the chart in just some days, and even
if after that we will not receive any more votes, we will be on the first three
position, and without cheating.
You can vote the Team OS2 Italia web site at this url:
Remember: you MUST vote it into the "Information and communication technology"
Please state your vote filling out all the dialog-boxes.
With almost 150 votes, we will be into the first 5 positions, and in the final
Thanks to everyone. Let's vote the Team OS2 Italia web site!
BladeEnc, an MP3 encoder, was updated to 0.72:
Jasmine and Gismo have both been updated.
Jasmine is a GUI interface ftp program which is able to store logins, passwords,
and web site address' for transfers, among other things.
Gismo is a web authoring tool to convert colors to hex code and the other way
Both programs can be found at http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~qw6k-knst/software/
NetLookout v2.09 has been released. NetLookout for OS/2 is a internet notifier.
It will watch Web, FTP and Gopher sites, and tell you if they have changed. You
can download a copy from:
IBM has released FixPak 38 for Warp 3.0. You can download it from ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/ps/products/os2/rsu/xr_w038/.
If you prefer, you can install it over the web, by going to the Software
Updates page (http://ps.boulder.ibm.com/softupd.html).
IBM has released the Plugin SDK (Software Developers Kit) for Communicator 4.04.
Those interested can download it from:
As of September 29, beta 0.80 of XFolder is available at:
XFolder is a WPS enhancer with many features including enhanced folder class,
enhanced sorting, extended shutdown, folder status bars, etc.
Main new features since V0.71:
XFolder is available in both Deutsch and English.
"With XFolder V0.80, the licence agreement has changed. XFolder is still
freeware, but it is now placed under the GNU General Public Licence, which means
that its source code is released and free for use under certain terms and conditions.
Note that there is still no warranty whatsoever. Use at your own risk."
(Oct. 2): Judging from the first feedback, you only have a 50% chance that this
version will install on your system. I (the author) strongly recommend to make a
WPS backup before you install, at least backup the INI files. Alt-F1 does not always
work. ;-) I suppose this is related to old SOM runtimes, because XFolder now uses
SOM multiple inheritance for its classes. I am further investigating this.
CUSeeMe has been updated to version 1.9b. The following is a list of changes:
This beta expires Jan 1 1999. You can download a copy from:
The EDM/2 OS/2 Developer's CD
BMT Micro is proud to announce the immediate shipment of our new EDM/2 CD. EDM/2
stands for "Electronic Developer Magazine for OS/2" which is one of the
oldest (if not the oldest), most comprehensive, publication devoted to OS/2 development
issues. (for more info on EDM/2, visit http://www.edm2.com).
The EDM/2 CD was compiled by Carsten Whimster and Dr. Dirk Terrell, and features:
As of today the 1st of October, InetPowerServer v0.75 is released.
It has gone multiplatform and supports now OS/2 Warp and Windows NT (Windows
95/98 is not supported).
This new release includes a lot of bug fixes and some major changes as well as
IPS is a server application for Internet based protocols like ftp, pop and smtp.
It lets you setup a ftp and/or mail server.
The new version is uploaded to hobbes (http://hobbes.nmsu.edu)
with the name ips075b1.zip as well as on the home IPS site: ftp.iq.to.
A new version of VFAT-OS2 (0.04) is available with the following features:
Minta 2.00 out now! ... The new release of Minta, the MP3 tagging, listing and
information PM utility for OS/2 is out now. New features include national language
support (well, german and english by now, if anyone could do other translations
that would be fine), enhanced WPS support, genres now loading from a user-editable
file, lots of new configuration options, and many other functions! More info at:
There is a tremor in the OS/2 community. A new page is up at WarpX that is posing
a question and a commitment: Can we and will WE turn OS/2 around? The webpage can
be found at:
I invite all to come to the site, read it, and post comments to the instructed
BBS. We want and need your input as to what we will do. This discussion is not the
regular overnight rant. This discussion will extend into Warpstock and Beyond! (I
apologize for that 'Toy Story' paraphrase.)
So come join the party!!!... Okay, so the party will be at Warpstock... so come
join the pre-pillow fight. ;-)
This is a grassroots effort to spread like wildfire. It can happen on all fronts
from all countries. I am certain, together we can make OS/2 the finest.
Sundial Mesa 2 v2.2 bug notice!
Important Update: After we released Version 2.2 to manufacturing, we found that
if you enter a nonexistant function into a formula, it could cause the program to
hang. In the interest of product quality and customer satisfaction, we stopped manufacturing
to correct the problem. As we refreshed the manuafacturing master, we also took
the opportunity to correct a few other minor things as well (in both the program
and the documentation). However, this means that if you downloaded the product prior
to the appearance of this annoucement (September 30th), you should download
(http://www.sundialsystems.com/mesa/mesa220.zip) it again so that you have the
same product as is being shipped on diskettes.
We've updated the Product Information display so you can tell the difference.
"Version 2.2" (as contained in mesa22.zip) has the problem. "Version
2.20" (as contained in mesa220.zip) has the corrections and is the same as
all copies shipped on diskettes.
We apologize for any inconvience.
If you already own an earlier version of Mesa 2, we've got a great upgrade
offer (http://www.sundialsystems.com/mesa/mesa22upgrade.html) and you can place
your order now!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Marianne Roderus, 914-835-3838 or email@example.com
J Street Mailer Stockholm Initiative Announced
Stockholm, Sweden, September 28, 1998 - - InnoVal Systems Solutions announced
today a new initiative to partner with Java developers throughout the world to develop
and market international versions and special-market versions of the J Street Mailer
Java-based Internet email program. Significantly, the initiative includes plans
to enhance the product as well. Dan Porter, president of InnoVal, had discussed
this proposal with members of the OS/2 users group in Stockholm, Sweden, last week.
InnoVal is seeking individuals or companies in many countries throughout the
world to work as partners. Any individual or company may apply.
Partners creating national versions will be asked to translate the HTML-based
help files into their country's language, translate menus and dialogs using standard
Java internationalization procedures, and modify code if they deem it appropriate
for their country. Partners creating special-market versions, will be asked to modify
the code appropriate for a particular marketplace such as an academic, ISP, or hardware
specific market. Partners will also be encouraged to make general improvements.
To enable this, InnoVal will provide the source code to its partners.
Partners will be able to sell their country's version of the J Street Mailer
as shareware or as electronically distributable commercial software. Partners must
agree to make their version of J Street Mailer available to premier market channels
who are committed to Java. Examples include Indelible Blue, BMT Micro, and Mensys.
InnoVal will request a commission from the partners for each copy sold. Though the
commission amount has not been determined, it is expected to be in the range of
$3.00 to $4.00 USD. There is no requirement for any advance payments to InnoVal.
Technical support will not be provided by InnoVal for any national or special-market
edition of the J Street Mailer. Each partner must determine how support will be
provided, if at all.
Partners must agree to share any code improvements they make with InnoVal and
all other country and special-market partners.
"I am totally committed to advancing the J Street Mailer technology,"
said Porter, "Partnering is one way to do that. This will allow us to continue
to evolve the product in ways that our customers are saying we must."
Porter continued, "Joshua Quittner, writing in today's issue of Time magazine,
said that Microsoft Outlook 98 is the best email package available. That is just
not acceptable to me and many people. Though many believe it, it just isn't true.
By creating a culture of developers and enthusiastic users around a Java solution,
I hope that we can change perceptions and indeed continue to evolve J Street Mailer
into the world class cross- platform Java solution."
J Street Mailer, currently available in a standard U.S. English edition, is a
full function Internet email client written completely in Java. It is getting excellent
reviews for its rich function and its compatibility across all Java enabled platforms
including Windows 95/98/NT, JavaOS, OS/2, Linux, Solaris, and AIX.
For more information, see InnoVal's home page at www.innoval.com
or write to InnoVal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PSI utilities - OS/2 support for the Series 5
Erik Huelsmann from HCS Software has announced that the latest version of PSI
utilities is now compatible with the Series 5.
International Software Solutions is pleased to announce that R.S.M. Java Manager
Beta 3 is now available.
Install it, test it and tell us what you think of it. Thanks for your trust.
International Software Solutions.
Please use the following links to download this beta version:
The following file contains Technical information:
What's new in Beta3
The following features have been added to this version:
The following problem have been corrected:
The Manager randomly crash when connecting to a Client in Full-Screen mode.
R.S.M. JAVA Manager is the JAVA component of Remote Services Management, the
remote control and remote distribution solution. It will enhance R.S.M. capabilities
to manage heterogeneous environments. R.S.M. JAVA Manager is designed to allow fast
and easy remote control operations from any JAVA compatible platform. R.S.M. JAVA
Manager provides similar features with the R.S.M. standard Manager, and will allow
you to control any PC running a R.S.M. Client (version 3.0 or higher).
For any comments/requests or technical assistance please contact email@example.com
Web site : http://www.iss2you.com
International Software Solutions
ZA de Pre Milliet
I've written a playlist editor that writes MPL files read by WarpAMP, primarily
as an exercise for me in learning C++ and OS/2 programming.
Being useful, however, I offer it for public consumption, free of charge.
Being a beta release, there are quite possibly some bugs <gasp> in the
program, but none that I know of.
The latest version is available at Hobbes:
When archived, it will be at:
The program is written in C++, using IBM's OpenClass library, compiled (naturally)
with IBM's VisualAge C++ for OS/2 compiler, version 3.08.
The executable in the archive is packed to run under only Warp 3.0 or later,
but can be repacked by LxLite 1.21 (using the ver2x option) to run under OS/2 2.x
if desired, since no Warp-specific system calls are used (at least not that I know
Included in the archive is another archive containing the resource files necessary
to alter or recreate the dialog interface(s) to the program. People who know what
they are doing can change the layout to match their desires. You'll need a dialog
editor and resource compiler for this.
My name is Jennifer Allen and our company, TEKsystems, has a job opportunity
for some one who can support an OS/2 environment. The job is in Jacksonville. Do
you know any one who might be interested? I can be reached at 888-768-3951 or 904-730-7818.
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
The OS/2 Netlabs is looking for OS/2 programmers! We have some new projects in
the air, but we need you support!
WarpIN is the name of a project for creating a free, open-source crossplatform
installation utility. The first goal is to create a functional release with only
the basic functions implemented. After that, we will slowly add all the features
to the project.
We need PM and TCP/IP programmers to finish our work!
If your are intersted, check http://www.netlabs.org/projects/warpin.html.
CAMERA Linux to OS/2 Port
If got a mail from Duncan Munro, the director of the Canadian Amateur Research
Observatory (CARO), located near Vancouver B.C. They are planning to do an automated
Supernova Search and they would like to use OS/2/Xfree86 (currently installed on
a 3 machine LAN) to run the Observatory.
We need people which are able to port CAMERA to XFree86/2. If we can get the
observatory running with OS/2 it would be, to my knowledge, a first for OS/2.
To find out more about CARO see:
To find out more about CAMERA see:
I can tell you more about this project, if you are interested please let me know!
In reponse to StarDock's decision not to release another (v3) release of GalCiv
for OS/2 or Java (they're doing Win32 version), there's a project of producing GalCiv
clone for Java Virtual Machine (1.1.6 and up, with Swing classes, or v1.2.0 when
it's released on OS/2 and Linux).
More info on:
If you can help (with graphics, AI design or something), contact them!
I've updated my LatestWarp4 (http://duanec.indelible-blue.com/fixes/LatestWarp4.html)
page to include Peer fixpak IP08407. I haven't extensively tested IP08407, but everything
is working fine on my machine (YMMV!)
The ZIP install is available. The RSU install is not yet available at this time.
Dear CandyBarz Beta User,
A number of people have reported problems with the beta of CandyBarz (V120b)
that was placed on the Netlabs server 29.Sept.1998. It seems that there are 2 problems
involving either Object Desktop or an S3 Video Card, respectively.
We believe the OD problem relates to a fix we added to assist people running
Peter Nielsen's PMView Graphics Viewer. To this end we have created a new Version
1201b that allows the user to disable this PMView fix. On the first page of the
new CBSetup you will see a check box with the text "Enable PMView Fix".
By default this fix is now DISABLED so that OD users will hopefully experience no
problems. This version should be available at netlabs:
by the 1st of October.
The S3 VGA Card problem is proving to be a little more difficult. We would like
S3 card users to get the S3 graddbb drivers from IBM at:
the file name is graddbb.zip.
They will need loaddskf.exe (found on the warp install cdrom) to unpack the files
to a floppy. It is very important to revert the system to VGA first! There are complete
instructions in the readme that accompanies the package.
Please let us know the results.
Thank you very much for supporting CandyBarz and OS/2!
Netcape Communicator 4.04 for OS/2 is now official! It can be downloaded for
There is also an updated PlugIn Pak available from the same site.
The following e-mail by Mike Kaply of IBM discusses some issues of interest.
Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 18:03:39 -0400
From: Michael Kaply
Subject: COMM/2 READ ME FIRST!
Now that I have your attention, welcome to the unofficial Netscape Communicator
for OS/2 Warp informational post.
By the time you read this, or soon after, the GA version of COMM/2 should be
I have promised everyone some undocumented features, and this post lists them.
It also lists some workarounds that are NOT in the README.
ITEM NUMBER 1 IS THE ONLY SUPPORTED THING IN THIS POST
Please read this post!
1. Lines in images
Some machines might still experience white lines in images, even after following
the FixPak 6 instructions in the README. If you do, use the following REXX CMD to
add another entry to your INI File:
call RxFuncAdd 'SysLoadFuncs', 'RexxUtil', 'SysLoadFuncs'
call SysIni 'USER', 'FixPak', 'Shift','2'
If you still have the problem, try changing the '2' to '1'
2. Viewing source in an editor, using AIM, Host On-Demand, or Netcaster
OK, the following CMD file is a catch all for all of the above. First the CMD
/* IniName points to the location of your NSCP.INI */
/* Change NSDir to the directory where NS40 is installed */
/* Change InstallDrive to the drive where NS40 is installed */
/* Change en to be the two character identifier for your browser */
IniName = 'C:\OS2\NSCP.INI'
InstallDrive = 'C:'
NSDir = InstallDrive||'\NS40BETA'
InstallDir = NSDir'\Program'
NSVersion = '4.04 (en)'
call RxFuncAdd 'SysLoadFuncs', 'RexxUtil', 'SysLoadFuncs'
/* Add ini entries for Netcaster */
call SysIni IniName, 'Netcaster', 'CurrentVersion', NSVersion
call SysIni IniName, 'Netcaster-'||NSVersion, 'Install Directory',
/* Add ini entries for Host On-Demand */
call SysIni IniName, '3270', 'CurrentVersion', NSVersion
call SysIni IniName, '3270-'||NSVersion, 'Install Directory',
/* Add ini entries for AOL Instant Messenger */
call SysIni IniName, 'AIM', 'CurrentVersion', NSVersion
call SysIni IniName, 'AIM-'||NSVersion, 'Install Directory', NSDir'\AIM'
/* Add Registry entries for View Source */
call SysIni IniName, 'Registry',
call SysIni IniName, 'Registry', '\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\viewsource\shell',0
call SysIni IniName, 'Registry',
call SysIni IniName, 'Registry',
Now how to use it:
Install Netscape on windows, copy the contents of NETCAST, 3270, and AIM directories
to the appropriately named directories under where you installed NETSCAPE:
Note that these three products are NOT supported, but feel free to try. Note
that the AOL pulldown will just launch AIM.EXE in the AIM directory, so you can
put anything there.
Once you have added the View Source entry, you can modify the settings for it
in the Preferences->Applications.
3. Misc undocumented OS/2 features
All these are entries you can add to your PREFS.JS file to do various things.
Have fun experimenting:
If we see a web page with Arial, Helvetica, we pick Helvetica if this preference
Specify a wave file for new mail sound. REMEMBER double backslashes!
Prevents ALL filename mangling when downloading (dots and extension) if set to
user_pref("os2.replace_dots", true|false );
Turns off URL bar completion if set to false
user_pref("os2.url_completion", true|false );
Causes User Defined Encoding to use default codepage of OS/2 if set to true.
On Russian systems, this allows you to see 866 web pages.
On default OS/2 systems, you can see 850 pages.
user_pref("os2.use_oem_charset", true|false );
4. Other notables
Viewing any language web page in Communicator
If you use Times Roman MT 30 as your font for ALL encodings, you will be able
to see stuff in any language.
Chinese and Korean only work on FP 5 or later (I think)
Causing helpers to be launched by the WPS:
If you check the application radio button when EDITING (not creating) a helper,
but leave the application entry field blank, the item simply gets passed to the
Workplace Shell. This can be used to launch Windows helpers with proper settings,
as well as just letting the WPS handle all misc types.
Sorry all the drag drop still isn't there. It is our number one priority for
the next version.
As far as the click on load goes, Netscape deliberately broke that because of
other bugs. We tried to fix it, but couldn't get it in in time. Next time.
As far as the Collabra problems go, we couldn't get them to reproduce in the
latest drivers. We hope they are fixed.
Hope y'all enjoy the product!
Netscape Communicator for OS/2
Today the CandyBarZ team at OS/2 Netlabs released a new version of the well known
You can get a copy at http://www.netlabs.org/candybarz/
Warning: This product is a beta test, but there was no mention of the
fact on the web page. Peter Garner, lead developer, has acknowledged a problem with
the installion on systems using S3 graphics chips (mine is an S3 Trio64V+/765 and,
after installation, I could not access the pages to customize CandyBarz--it runs,
but only with the default settings). The developers are working to correct this
has issued the following response on Partition Magic 4.0 not having an OS/2 executable:
I see you're still as feisty and kickin' as ever! From the number of emails and
phone calls we've received in the last few days, after the release of PartitionMagic
4.0, I'd say you have a real time chat line that operates 24/7.
Unfortunately, the messages we've received have taken the information that PartitionMagic
no longer has a native OS/2 executable, escalated it, and turned it into the false
notion that PowerQuest no longer supports OS/2 in any of its products. So, let's
get back to reality here and look at the situation.
PartitionMagic 4.0 does support OS/2 * the product has full support for HPFS,
including extended attributes, even in the FAT file system. The only thing it does
not have is the native text version executable.
A yellow paper titled Important Notice, included in the box, outlines what you
must do to run PartitionMagic 4.0 with OS/2. It will direct you to go to command
mode, and select a DOS window, change drives to the CD-ROM, change directories to
the OS/2INST subdirectory, run MAKEDISK.BAT, and insert a 3.5" 1.44MB diskette.
You will need two floppies for this operation. The floppies will then contain the
DOS graphical user interface version of PartitionMagic 4.0. You do not need DOS
to do this, as the ability to get a DOS window or full screen is included in OS/2,
So, out of all the pluses of the new PartitionMagic version * being able to visually
see what you want to accomplish before you partition, being able to batch commands
* the only negative is that you do have to reboot to run PartitionMagic 4.0.
One gentleman called our product manager and suggested that we put the native
executable as a separate item on the CD. If we did that, OS/2ers wouldn't be able
to use the new features in 4.0; they would have the equivalent of 3.0.
When we were developing the product, there was a long list of features that employees
and customers wanted. As development time went on, that had to be whittled down.
That doesn't mean the least important features were cut; not at all. Other factors,
such as time, where we were in the process of each feature, etc., helped make that
However, I want you to know that your input has been taken quite seriously by
everyone involved * by Scott Flinders, PowerQuest's product manager for PartitionMagic,
by the development team, and by top management. They are currently looking at the
situation, and we will report back to you in two weeks about any decisions made.
If PowerQuest does include a native OS/2 executable, it will come out as a free
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Vice President - Corporate Communications
The Russian OS/2 Support web site has moved to this new address:
John Fairhurst and the Warpzilla team have released the latest (and last) version
of Warpzilla using the current layout technology. This release (0.007 "Bond")
builds on Warpzilla 0.006 and adds many features such as:
This release is the first that can be used as an everyday browser, even though
there are still some pages and situations where Warpzilla crashes (i.e. exits but
not hangs your system like the NS 2.02!). For more information, select About->Warpzilla
on the menu bar.
You can download a copy from http://www.innotek.de/warpzilla.
Please do not send bug reports about this version to the developers as we have begun
to completely rewrite Warpzilla using the upcoming NGLayout technology of Navigator
We are still looking for talented people willing to contribute to the Warpzilla
project, notably web site designers and PM programmers. If you are interested in
being part of the group that works on the most sophisticated port of the browser
for the next millenium, please contact us on the Warpzilla newsgroup, which you
can find at http://www.mozilla.org/.
Today I releaed mmap v1.00, it contains a memory mapped files emulation layer
for OS/2. It's being used on build 4 of mSQL/2 and now is available as a freeware
With this .dll you can have memory mapped files under OS/2 so if you are a programmer
porting software from unix (or even developing new native software for OS/2) this
is a tool which can help you a lot (memory mapped files are available on nearly
every kind of unix).
You can download a copy from:
BubblePad V1.02 has been released.
Bubblepad is a replacement class for the launchpad of Warp 3/4. It offers flyover
help and an option to greatly reduce the size of the pad by reordering of the buttons.
It fits seamlessly into the WPS and is highly customizable. Full online help is
provided. The package is released under the GPL and comes with full source. It replaces
New in this version:
Get it from the BubblePad homepage:
Incoming directory, will presumably be moved to /pub/os2/util/wps/bubpd102.zip
Incoming directory will presumably be moved to /pub/comp/os/os2/leo/wpstools/bubpd102.zip
I've just uploaded to hobbes mmap-1.00.zip, it contains a memory mapped files
emulation layer for OS/2.
There is a new version of MAME for OS/2 available, you can get the new version
This version is much faster than the older release and it is also at the same
level as the DOS Version (.34.3). You will now be able to run up to 800 games!
M.A.M.E. stands for Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator, and currently runs 800+
classic (and even some not so classic) arcade games!