Remembering how to install MPTS and TCP/IP on Warp 3

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By Martin Iturbide

I was playing around with the old OS/2 Warp 3 on Virtual Machines and I decide to document how to install MPTS and TCP/IP on this platform.

If you remember Warp 3 (Red or Blue), the version that used to came with diskettes, did not have much Internet/TCP/IP functionality included on it. Later IBM Released OS/2 Warp 3 Connect which have that thing included on the installer. Both basically both edition where the same Warp 3.

So, the easier way to install MPTS and TCP/IP is installing the "Warp Connect" components over Warp 3.

To do this you required:

  • Warp 3 Installed
  • A Warp Connect 3 CD/ISO.

Testing my Warp 3 Virtual Machine you need to mount the Warp Connect 3 ISO on virtualizer.

After that all the work is on Warp 3. Let's see some screnshots of the procedure:

Select Install.cmd from the Warp Connect CD

Select Install.cmd from the Warp Connect CD

It will start the OS/2 Warp Connect installer. Select the drive where it is going to be installed.

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There goes an "OK" to start.

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How do you want to do the install, to this machine? or to a machine on the network? On this case is on the VM I'm running.

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I always select "Advanced" to see what does it wants to install.

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On this case I just want TPC/IP, which requires MPTS and will install it.

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It will ask for you network adapter.

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Here it is another confirmation to start.

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It will do something and shutdown. But there is more to come.

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After rebooting it will start installing the MPTS.

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It will reboot again.

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It will start isntalling "IBM Internet Connection and TCP/IP for OS/2".

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And now the installation is complete.

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Not on the OS/2 Warp 3 desktop you will find the "MPTS" icon and "TCP/IP" and "OS/2 Warp Connect Install/Remove" on the "OS/2 System".

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Now on MPTS you can select you network adapter.

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And you can also go to "TCP/IP" and configure it.

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And this is how we remembered a way to install TCP/IP network support for the old Warp 3.