The eCSoft/2 weekly newsletter - 35 2019

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  • QSINIT is a replacement of OS2LDR created from scratch.

  • Agena is an easy-to-learn procedural programming language suited for everyday usage.

  • Utility to import PMMail messages in Mozilla Mail or Thunderbird.

  • Major Major is a mailing list manager for OS/2. It lets you create multiple mailing lists on your machine.

  • Runtime libraries required for projects built with the new GCC compilers by Netlabs (a "runtime" is a set of low-level routin

  • Package Manager (RPM) is a powerful command line driven package management system capable of installing, uninstalling, verifying, querying, and updating computer softwa

  • HelpDesk for OS/2 is a project of OS/2 VOICE.

  • Create a log file that you can submit with your test results when reporting a problem with a driver.

  • Zampa is a firewall configuration program for IBM OS/2 Warp TCP/IP Ver. 4.1 and up.

  • Pingus is a free clone of the popular Lemmings game.

  • A text-mode web browser, which is able to correctly display tables and frames, and to render correctly most pages, even if they include several graphical elements.

  • Fumetto is an easy way to catalogue your comic books, find out the value of your collection and many other features. You can export the data into a variety of programs for further processing.

  • Dynamic linked libraries needed as prerequisites to some Peter Moylan's software.

  • File-system display & analysis utility. Shows partition-tables and bootsectors. Shows all HPFS internal disk structures like Superblock, Fnodes, Dirblocks etc.

  • FtpServer: an FTP daemon for OS/2. Lets you control which drives and directories the users are allowed to see.

  • Bind (Berkely Internet Name Daemon) for OS/2.

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