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Networking / Re: Drives object with Samba share
« on: February 14, 2015, 04:23:14 pm »
Upon researching it, I found xattr is a compile-time option for Samba.
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smbd -b | grep SETXATTR shows the package maintainer(s) have it enabled. I checked my /etc/fstab and /home does have user_xattr which Samba also recommends per https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/OS_Requirements

I need the share more for reading than for writing, but at present neither is possible using WPS objects. I download everything for OS/2 on the host with Iceweasel. I was using ftp until I got file sharing set up in the OS/2 guest and lanman enabled in Samba. If I download something and decide to keep it, then I move it to a directory that is synced with Jungledisk. It would be better if VirtualBox supported shared folders in OS/2, but we're lucky to have OS/2 officially supported at all.

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Networking / Drives object with Samba share
« on: February 14, 2015, 05:27:24 am »
I have Warp 4.5 installed as a VirtualBox guest on a Linux host. I mapped my home directory and it works on the command line as well as in File Freedom (the file manager application). But when I try to use the WPS drive object, I get 2 errors. The first is "no objects were found that matched the specified find criteria" and the second is that EAs cannot be stored, and nothing shows in the opened folder.

I know ext3 volumes can't store EAs like HPFS volumes can. Is there any way to get a EA DATA. SF file as would be used on a FAT12/16 volume?

Can anything be done about the other error and the empty folder?

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Setup & Installation / Completing Warp 4.5 install
« on: February 14, 2015, 04:05:36 am »
I installed Warp 4.0 as a VirtualBox guest on a Linux host, and I have installed the following:
  • XR_M015 (Fixpack 15)
  • XR_D002 (Device Driver Fixpack 2
  • WR_8423 (MPTS)
  • WR_8425 (MPTS)
  • UN_0980 (TCP/IP)
  • IP_8414 (IBM Peer)
  • WR_08610 (MPTS)
  • WR_08620 (MPTS)
  • WR_08621 (MPTS)
  • gradd97 (video)
  • Daniela's HDD and CD drivers
  • FreeJFS 1.1
  • usbhcd197
  • libc 0.6.6
  • emx 0.9d
  • vrobj.dll
  • WarpIN 1.0.19 (had to install 0.9.20 first)
  • Info-Zip zip and unzip
  • VirtualBox guest additions

Am I missing anything important?

I removed the Java that came with Warp 4.0. I have IBM Java 1.1.8 downloaded, although I doubt there is much point in installing it.

I installed Netscape though it seems to be barely usable. And I installed Opera 5 which is somewhat more usable.

I have Acrobat Reader 3.0 downloaded. Not sure how useful it would be now.

StarOffice is downloaded. I have not had a chance to install it yet. eCUPS is also on the to-do list.

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