Why not ? :-)))
I'm working on an OS/2 Warp 4 (FP15) minimal installation. I'm now on 10
MBytes for OS/2 and it is starting with a Command Line Multitasker (TSHELL).
The DOS support (VDM) is also working. So I can start OS/2 CMD programs and
GEOS in a VDM and be able to switch between them.
32-Bit Power, old and dead ;-))
Will see if I can play MP3's and work with GEOS on a 75MHz Intel 486 laptop.
I like the butterfly keyboard of it.
Enjoy your imagines.
> Listen, if you like using DOS 4.0 and Windows 3.1 fine. They are both dead
> > Hi Bob,
> > Maybe your frequent writing will held the people in this ng ;-)
> > I don't have many questions related to GEOS because I use it since the
> > PC/GEOS 1.x times. I'm happy that I can still use my docs from 1991/2 on
> > create prints for PCBs and all other stuff. The real work I'm doing in
> > again and again. It works for me and for a lot of other people it would
> > Maybe we will realize that in 30 years. When some resources has been
> > We won't use PCs anymore...
> > OK, this is some out of topics and something for the presidents on the
> > world. But no one is really interested to change anything. Enjoying this
> > world is too nice, we have to kill it.
> > Andreas
> > > if the ng was only for what you state there would be no posts. the
> > > users of geos are few and long time. they don't have questions. there
> > NO
> > > new users of geos, so no questions or problems would arise.
> > > > Sorry, but I like more to read nothing than only the discussion if
> > is
> > > > dead or not.
> > > > Let the people talk there real GEOS problems. I'm not a frequently
> > writer,
> > > > but I read it every day. If ever something should happens, then it
> > > in
> > > > the head. And if some people only have bad opinions, nothing will
> > happens.
> > > > Only destruction and nothing new. Life is one being.
> > > > Andreas