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Warp ver 3 and Networks?
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BigWarpGuy
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1. Warp ver 3 and Networks?
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I have an IBM Thinkpad 755c with an IBM network card/ethernet card. Can I use Warp ver to be part of a network? Are there any programs for use with Warp ver 3 on a network?
OS/2 Warp-ed to the very end.
Date: 08 Aug, 2002 on 14:36
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2. Re:Warp ver 3 and Networks?
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Oh yes, Warp 3 can very well co-op within in a network, either using TCPIP or against a LAN server such as OS2 or even a NT-domain. Sharing resources betwen system works also without any problem as well. Good news also is that most of the applications that have been writen for Warp 4.x works out. Only now recently there has been applications (such as latest version of MySql 3.32.50) that needs the 32-bit TCP/IP that came along with latest CP (version 2).

So there shouldn't be any problem as I see it.

/Kim

Date: 08 Aug, 2002 on 15:09
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