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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.

Process Dump Setup Guide

This note explains how to set up and record process dumps and how to do  basic dump analysis: the kernel will generate a dump file for every program that traps.

Programmer's Guide To The OS/2 Presentation Manager - Michael J. Young

The Presentation Manager is the windowed graphics interface provided with the OS/2 Operating System, beginning with version 1.1.
Although implemented as an extension to the basic operating system, the Presentation Manager is central to the purpose of OS/2.

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.

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

Surviving with OS/2 Warp in a sea of Windows

This short paper was written by Robert Thomas to help users live with MS Windows technologies. It suggests solutions to properly integrate OS/2 systems in shared network environments between Windows NT,

TCP/IP Implementation in an OS2 Warp Environment

This redbook is unique in its detailed coverage of TCP/IP for OS/2 and its implementation in the OS/2 Warp environment. It focuses on how TCP/IP for OS/2 can be used in an environment with various operating system platforms, communications media, and protocol stacks.

TCP/IP Programming for OS/2 - Steven Gutz

This book is intended to span the basics of developing TCP/IP applications for the 0S/2 family of operating systems.

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