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Auction: Computer IBM PS2 Model 50 Quick Reff and Ref Diskette

Quiet on the group...everyone must be out with their shiny new toys or
lost in their books...

http://search.ebay.com/200117728850

PS/2 Model 50 refdisk and quick reference. Looks to be in nice
condition. No affiliation. $8 starting bid.

Ships to US ($6) and Canada. Located in Canton, OH USA. Ends
Jun-14-07, 20:42:07 (2 days, 12 hours).

William (piddling around with a 1984 Plymouth Reliant instead of PS/2s
for a change...)

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6/12/2007 3:41:48 PM
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Stitching up some loose ends.

wm_walsh@hotmail.com wrote:
> Quiet on the group...everyone must be out with their shiny new toys or
> lost in their books...
> 
> http://search.ebay.com/200117728850
> 
> PS/2 Model 50 refdisk and quick reference. Looks to be in nice
> condition. No affiliation. $8 starting bid.
> 
> Ships to US ($6) and Canada. Located in Canton, OH USA. Ends
> Jun-14-07, 20:42:07 (2 days, 12 hours).
> 
> William (piddling around with a 1984 Plymouth Reliant instead of PS/2s
> for a change...)
> 
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Louis
6/12/2007 4:47:38 PM
Too busy at WWDC.

> Quiet on the group...everyone must be out with their shiny new toys or
> lost in their books...


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exwisdem
6/12/2007 5:29:56 PM
<wm_walsh@hotmail.com> schreef in bericht 
news:1181662908.466507.183620@q19g2000prn.googlegroups.com...
> Quiet on the group...everyone must be out with their shiny new toys or
> lost in their books...

I wish!.....

- filling out tax-forms for the IRS (yummie!) for me and my inlaws.
- rescueing data from two pc's (my brother's) one P166+, one IPC 286-40
- helping my dad with Norton (extended his license but the suite still says 
"license expired")
- getting mightily annoyed with Trend Micro (hogging the cpu on every enter)
- trying to do a job during daytime

Nothing _really_ important ;-)

Haven't even had the time to thoroughly inspect my latest addition :
a French Thinkpad 720C (bought in Germany)
In reasonable condition. No power adapter, though.

Well, back to Norton . . .

-- 
Jelte, admirer of the letter of IBM with blue Ishiki
The information contained in this post is copyright the poster
and specifically may not be published in, or used by
   http://www.jlaforums.com


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JWR
6/12/2007 6:48:15 PM
Hi William,
> Quiet on the group...everyone must be out with
> their shiny new toys or lost in their books...
     And even quieter today...
                     David
                     David@IBMMuseum.com 


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David
6/13/2007 8:38:26 PM
On Jun 13, 4:38 pm, "David L. Beem" <D...@gilanet.com> wrote:
> Hi William,> Quiet on the group...everyone must be out with
> > their shiny new toys or lost in their books...
>
>      And even quieter today...
>                      David
>                      D...@IBMMuseum.com

Well, I got a new toy in the mail from Rick today.....a 7208-011 and
have paired it with mine running in tandem.  Gonna see if I can master
tape-to-tape copy and see if they can read each other's tape.

Chilly and wet and nasty in Savannah today........

Had one of my 100 foot liveoaks come down in a storm night before
last......hate to lose a nice tree like that, but I looked at the good
side, it took town a whole bunch of my nasty neighbor's fence.  Tough
patooties......

CT

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Tim
6/13/2007 9:54:27 PM
On Wed, 13 Jun 2007 14:38:26 -0600, David L. Beem wrote:

>> Quiet on the group

I noticed this.  I thought maybe the internet went down ...

-- 

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Charles
6/13/2007 10:14:42 PM
On Jun 13, 3:14 pm, Charles Lasitter <inva...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Jun 2007 14:38:26 -0600, David L. Beem wrote:
> >> Quiet on the group
>
> I noticed this.  I thought maybe the internet went down ...
>

I do remember seeing at least one helpdesk ticket with the problem
description:  "Internet is down."  :-)

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Dan
6/14/2007 1:46:51 AM
Hi Charles,
> I noticed this.  I thought maybe the internet went down ...
     I participate in a couple unrelated newsgroups now that have quite a 
bit more traffic, so I was able to quickly resolve it wasn't my newsfeed 
earlier...
                    David
                    David@IBMMuseum.com 


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David
6/14/2007 2:53:07 AM
On Jun 13, 7:53 pm, "David L. Beem" <D...@gilanet.com> wrote:
> Hi Charles,> I noticed this.  I thought maybe the internet went down ...
>
>      I participate in a couple unrelated newsgroups now that have quite a
> bit more traffic, so I was able to quickly resolve it wasn't my newsfeed
> earlier...

Speaking of resolving things on the internet...

My new toy arrived in today's mail.  Nice one:  Cisco 827 ADSL
Router.  I wanted to see the current config, so I connected the
ethernet interface to my laptop per the Cisco docs.

Now, this laptop is running a new installation of Debian "Etch", which
has never used the onboard NIC, "eth0", but instead always uses a
PCMCIA wi-fi card, "eth1".

Remember how excited I was about "Etch".  Well, I've found an annoying
shortcoming:  Network Manager is this nifty looking GUI thing for,
uh... managing networks (I guess).  It was installed by default.
Turns out it only manages networks that are set to "auto" configure.
So because my wi-fi is static config, Network Manager thinks there are
no connections.  This is not necessarily a problem for me, until I
start to use Evolution email client, which apparently checks with
Network Manager for online status, determines there's no connection,
and starts up in offline mode, which is quite annoying.

So I hook up the new ADSL router to eth0.  Network Manager sees eth0
light up, and even though I just manually configured eth0 statically
using ifconfig, Network Manager proceeds to give it a useless frickin'
169.254 AutoConfigure address, and then automagically writes over etc/
networks, /etc/resolv.conf, and who knows what else, effectively
hosing the internet for me.

Wheeeee!  (what fun :-/  (I *still* think Etch is da bomb, though :-)


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Dan
6/14/2007 5:46:54 AM
On Jun 12, 8:41 am, wm_wa...@hotmail.com wrote:
> Quiet on the group...everyone must be out with their shiny new toys or
> lost in their books...
>

Score!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=013&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWN%3AIT&viewitem=&item=230010442251&rd=1&rd=1

ISBN 020151804X "CBIOS for IBM Ps/2 Computers and Compatibles" $1.00
plus 2.91 S&H

.... to go with my "ABIOS for IBM..." (which cost me a lot more than
$3.91 way back when).

Another good one:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260114958680

OS/2 Warp 4.0 Certification Handbook (1141 pages).  Warp 4 books are
not so very common.

And the link is gone off My eBay page, but not too long a go I got the
entire OS/2 Technical Reference set for Warp 3 (about thirty-some
pounds in paperback).

Here's a couple of nice ones:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Writing-OS-2-2-0-Device-Drivers-in-C-Mastrianni-1992_W0QQitemZ130124774676QQihZ003QQcategoryZ3524QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

http://cgi.ebay.com/Writing-OS-2-2-1-Device-Drivers-in-C-Mastrianni-1993_W0QQitemZ130124776377QQihZ003QQcategoryZ3524QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem



> http://search.ebay.com/200117728850
>
> PS/2 Model 50 refdisk and quick reference.

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Dan
6/14/2007 6:10:33 AM
Dan O wrote:
> On Jun 13, 7:53 pm, "David L. Beem" <D...@gilanet.com> wrote:
>> Hi Charles,> I noticed this.  I thought maybe the internet went down ...
>>
>>      I participate in a couple unrelated newsgroups now that have quite a
>> bit more traffic, so I was able to quickly resolve it wasn't my newsfeed
>> earlier...
> 
> Speaking of resolving things on the internet...
> 
> My new toy arrived in today's mail.  Nice one:  Cisco 827 ADSL
> Router.  I wanted to see the current config, so I connected the
> ethernet interface to my laptop per the Cisco docs.
> 
> Now, this laptop is running a new installation of Debian "Etch", which
> has never used the onboard NIC, "eth0", but instead always uses a
> PCMCIA wi-fi card, "eth1".
> 
> Remember how excited I was about "Etch".  Well, I've found an annoying
> shortcoming:  Network Manager is this nifty looking GUI thing for,
> uh... managing networks (I guess).  It was installed by default.
> Turns out it only manages networks that are set to "auto" configure.
> So because my wi-fi is static config, Network Manager thinks there are
> no connections.  This is not necessarily a problem for me, until I
> start to use Evolution email client, which apparently checks with
> Network Manager for online status, determines there's no connection,
> and starts up in offline mode, which is quite annoying.

FAIK NetworkManager has been improved for static networking in later
versions.  I probably shouldn't have told you, because it will be about
3 years before the next Debian release :-P.
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Kevin
6/14/2007 10:11:20 PM
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