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Marketplace / OS/2 Warp 4 - Wanted!
« on: May 14, 2014, 11:46:53 pm »
Hi Folks,
Believe it or not I am actually looking for a copy of OS/2 Warp 4....I do have several already but can't find them for love nor money! Specifically the CD version (I have the floppy version to hand OK). All I'm looking to do is set up a virtual machine.
Have seen a copy on eBay but with postage and import duty it would cost me near 100 euros!
Can anyone help?
Thank you,

Marketplace / Lotus SmartSuite '96 for OS/2
« on: January 03, 2013, 12:41:14 am »
Hi There - I have a copy of 'Lotus SmartSuite '96 for OS/2' for sale if anyone is interested. I bought it recently on eBay out of curiousity more than anything else.
Before I bought it I had been wondering how I missed it when it came out originally but once I opened the box the poor reviews came flooding back to me....they were poor because only two of the programs in the suite were native OS/2 applications (WordPro and Freelance Graphics), the remainder worked under a Win 3.1 session! Under eCS 2.1 I had no problem installing the OS/2 applications but the Windows installer complained about not having enough room...I only have JFS installed on my drive and no HPFS or FAT partitions which could well have been the problem.

Anyway the software comes fully boxed (upgrade edition ) -  (box in excellent condition) with manuals (3 in total about 30-60 pages each) - all in excellent condition, plus licence agreements etc.

If anyone is interested please contact me at and make a reasonable offer (am not out to make money on this - just cover costs......speaking of costs, I am in Ireland so postage from here will need to be included).
Thanks, Conrad.

Hardware / Kudos to the eComStation developers....
« on: January 03, 2013, 12:15:11 am »
Have just installed ver 2.1 plus the recent update on my Asus M2N68-AM board and for the first time ever all 4 cores are recognised, my SDD drive is flying plus the Panorama video driver finally allowed me to set my monitor to its 'native' wide-screen!
On the downside though - the screen fonts don't look the best but I'm sure there is a way around this plus the onboard networking wasn't recognised.....
Still the performance is amazing. Lotus WordPro starting almost before I finish clicking on the icon, OpenOffice faster than on the same system under Linux....
Thanks folks!

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