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Programming / GCC "phase error detected at end of assembly"
« on: November 07, 2015, 11:47:30 pm »
Could somebody please explain what this GCC error is trying to tell me.
/src/Vbox/VMM/VMMSwitcher/32BitTo32Bit.asm error: phase error detected at end of assembly
 thanks,  klipp

I'm trying to add a third hard drive to existing setup, this third drive is a WD500AKS. I can't install eCS-bII on it because of the problem with LVM not being able to be initiated because partitions on this new drive cannot be tagged as startable. I've tried everything I know of to get around this problem, but  – no luck. The latest thing I tried was using DFSee and creating a Primary partition as FAT32 and was able to tag is as startable, but then trying to install eCS to it resulted in the usual Failed to initialize Logical Volume Magament – Please close LVM.EXE – etc!
Hopefully someone knows how to cure this problem, Thanks for  any ideas.
  Ohh, by the way, I also tried removing the other H.D drives and tried to install to just the WD500AKS
and that didn't work either.


Setup & Installation / eCS 2.1 hangs on boot - OS2LVM.DMD
« on: September 16, 2015, 12:17:20 am »
Somehow I've screwed up my eCS partition on my machine for compiling sources. The last thing I had done was manually deleting a WATCOM install. It didn't want to delete, as I had it installed in two different directories (yeah, I know -- real smart!) any ways now when I re-boot  it locks up after getting to "Installed OS2LVM.dmd". I don't know what was supposed to come next, I'm guessing UNICODE.SYS ?
  Can anybody help me out? Seems like the older I get, the DUMBER I get, Thought it was supposed to be the other way

Thanks,  klipp

Utilities / Diff Tool
« on: September 09, 2015, 03:24:16 am »
Is there such a thing as a "simple, easy to use Diff Tool for OS/2" ? I need to add and remove (merge) statements from some large files.

thanks, klipp

Programming / Need a couple of .DLL's
« on: September 03, 2015, 02:08:32 am »
Does anybody know where I can download VBoxXCOM.dll and VBoxXPCOM.dll? I've searched every place I know of and havn't been able to come up with them.

Thanks for any help,  klipp

Applications / SeaMonkey question
« on: August 14, 2015, 07:07:56 pm »
I have installed on a production machine, I need to upgrade! My question is, can I install SeaMonkey-2-7-2esr.wpi over the existing version without any problems or loosing any data? or do I need to delete and start over from scratch?
Thanks,  klipp

Hardware / H.P. 2025 need help Per!
« on: June 27, 2015, 05:16:15 am »
I need more help PER! I just got my H.P. 2025dn today but have not been able to get it to work. What did you enter for SLPR1 properties? LPD Server=???? and LPD Printer=?????. That's the only thing I can think of that I might be setting wrong.

tanks klipp

Hardware / H.P. LaserJet Pro CP 1025nw
« on: June 17, 2015, 04:48:27 am »
Has anybody managed to get this printer to work with eCS? If so, please post a response.

thanks,  klipp

Hardware / SoundBlaster SB4740 Driver (SB 4740)
« on: May 11, 2015, 09:50:33 pm »
Does anybody know if there is actually a working driver for OS/2 for this PCI card, its a SB 4740? eCS  2.2bII detects this and installs a UNIAUD driver that doesn't work. Both Linux & Windoz install a correct working driver for this card. I need a 16 bit SoundBlaster card that will install and produce sound with VirtualBox Guests. I don't care about the quality of the sound, I would be happy with anything that qualify's as sound  -- hum, static, or buzzing, --- however, listenable music would be a probable un-attainable PLUS! As far as I can tell the only sound that ever worked on VirtualBox or VPC was on a ISA motherboard, (Please somebody tell me I'm wrong about this!). If anybody has ever got sound working with OS/2 - eCS (on a PCI Motherboard) as a host and working sound on any guest OS please enlighten me!

Thanks for taking the time to read this,  klipp

Applications / Clipgrab?¿?¿
« on: May 07, 2015, 10:57:03 pm »
Has anybody had any luck making this app work? All I seem to be able to get is "error creating SSL content"! it also says ffmpg is an ancient version and can't download 1080p videos from UTube.

Thanks,  klipp

Hardware / Printer Question!
« on: April 25, 2015, 06:03:34 pm »
Is there such a thing as a color Laser Printer, (preferable with scanner) that installs and works without problems on OS/2-eCS?

thanks, klipp

Marketplace / Virtual PC for OS/2 ver 5.1
« on: April 07, 2015, 12:17:44 am »
Anybody know where I can buy this software, new or used?  Email me at  rklipp(delete this)


Hi Doug, I tried the Virtualized ecs list and found nothing that helped.  I looks like you made sound work somewhat using ecs as a host with a Windoz client. How did you manage that?  I also have a Windoz client along with SuSE 12.3 but have gotten nowhere getting any sound when in Linux or windows.
  Thanks for any ideas from you or anybody else that might have information as to how to make this work.


Programming / Problem with Perl5 when compiling openssl-0.9.8zd
« on: January 28, 2015, 12:50:37 am »
I've got emx, gcc, perl5, and GNU make all installed in c:/usr. openssl-0.9.8zd is in c: and extracted In openssl-0.9.8zd . In that directory I changed to the os2 directory and ran os2-emx to create the OSE-EMX.mak file. It throws the error SYS1804: The system cannot find the file PERL2147 (which is located in c:/usr/bin.)
  I've tried different combinations of "set PERLLIB_PREFIX=/perl5/lib;c:/path/to/perl5/lib" but nothing seemed to correct the error. I'm STUCK!   Anybody got any ideas as to what I'm probably forgetting or doing wrong?


Applications / how to restore command prompt (window)?
« on: January 24, 2015, 02:57:29 am »
I was trying to figure out how to increase the size of the command prompt (window) and I've screwed it up now so when it is opened it comes up "full screen". Can't figure out how to restore it to normal operation. I would like to be able to adjust its size similar to how Linux does it, if possible. But looks like that's possibly not do-able. When compiling its just too small.
Thanks for any ideas.


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