OS2World OLD-STATIC-BACKUP Forum

OS/2 - Technical => Hardware => Topic started by: BigWarpGuy on 2007.12.08, 02:47:47

Title: Walletex and eCS?
Post by: BigWarpGuy on 2007.12.08, 02:47:47
http://www.walletex.com/default.asp (http://www.walletex.com/default.asp)
It would be neat if either OS/2 or eCS was printed on these. Could it be used with OS/2?
Title: Re: Walletex and eCS?
Post by: Saijin_Naib on 2007.12.08, 03:19:52
Why not right? Its just UMS, probably have to put some LVM info on it or do some other DFSEE operations, but I dont see a reason why not.

Thanks for showing that, its pretty neat!
Title: Re: Walletex and eCS?
Post by: kimhav on 2007.12.08, 10:47:33
Well, that could be a nice little project to make a pre-load image or instruction on how to set up a system and sell the USB memory pre-loaded with eCS. Might be something for Mensys to look into.
Title: Re: Walletex and eCS?
Post by: BigWarpGuy on 2007.12.08, 17:46:52
Well, that could be a nice little project to make a pre-load image or instruction on how to set up a system and sell the USB memory pre-loaded with eCS. Might be something for Mensys to look into.

That is a great idea to either install or use eCS from on computers that do not have a cd/dvd drive. It would make using eCS on computers like the Asus EEE PC or OLPC or other similar computers without such a drive.
http://www.asus.com (http://www.asus.com)   http://www.laptop.org (http://www.laptop.org)

 8)