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nicknowsky
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os/2 warp

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anyone using OS/2 Warp I just found the image I think I might install it

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Post by empireum »

Not anymore, but I used it some time ago.

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Go ahead. There's still an active community (AFAIK larger than the BeOS community).

OS/2 is my favorite OS, and if it hadn't been for the poor graphics support and the lack of rt2500 drivers, I would have used it as my main OS. I highly recommend it.

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Post by empireum »

ppc_digger wrote:Go ahead. There's still an active community (AFAIK larger than the BeOS community).

OS/2 is my favorite OS, and if it hadn't been for the poor graphics support and the lack of rt2500 drivers, I would have used it as my main OS. I highly recommend it.
What's your opinion of eComStation then? I think it's a bit pricey, but I think I'd spend the money on it if it's really usable as an everyday OS. I'd love to try eCS 2.0.

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Post by idontknow »

I gave eComStation v1 a try awhile ago... I can't get past the partitioning stage... and the key is a pain to enter. And I agree, it is way to pricy...

So is it usable? not if I can't install it!

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They should lover the price and encourage developers. That way more people might actually use it.
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