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OS/2 Warp Generation, Volume 2

This redbook discusses the connectivity function of the IBM OS/2 Warp Connect Version 3 product, based on the early experiences of the OS/2 Warp
Connect Version 3.

OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Courseware (edition 1999)

OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Courseware - 1999. Free reprint by nice concession of International Business Machines Corporation.
The course, five days long, explains how to install, configure, use and support IBM OS/2 Warp server for e-business in a server environment.

OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Performance Tuning

This book provides information concerning configuration parameters and performance-related topics for the LAN Server component of OS/2 Warp Server for
e-business.

OS/2 Workplace Shell Configuration Techniques

This document describes interfaces to the Workplace Shell of OS/2 Version 2.1.

OS/2 2.1 for Software Developers

This course combines lectures, demonstrations and laboratory exercises to present the primary functions on the OS/2 2.0 control program. Daily exercises provide the student with experience in implementing the OS/2 2.0 Application Programming Interface.

A practitioner's guide to development of an asynchronous RS-232 terminal driver for OS/2 in C - Steven J. Mastrianni

A practitioner's guide to development of an asynchronous RS-232 terminal driver for OS/2 in C. Byte Magazine, July 1991.

Quick Beginnings: Installing OS/2 Warp Server for e-business

This book first describes the new features of OS/2 Warp Server for e-business, and then leads you through planning, installing, and configuring the product.

The REXX Language A Practical Approach to Programming - Michael Cowlishaw

The REXX programming language has been designed with just one objective. It has been designed to make programming easier than it was before, in the belief that the best way to foster high quality programs is to make writing them as simple and as enjoyable as possible.

Rexx Programmer's Reference - Howard Fosdick

Rexx is a very underrated programming language; elegant in design, simple syntax, easy to learn, use and maintain, yet as powerful as any other scripting language available today.

Setting up a Mixed Network using eComStation and OS/2

A 'step-by-step essential how-to' to connect OS/2 or eComStation systems into mixed networks in the right way (a simple home-user configuration): describes all the essential steps to right configure both your adapters and protocols (TCP/IP, NETBIOS, NETBIOS over TCP/IP), useful for a novel end us

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