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Auction: RARE Vintage IBM Operating System/2 Ver 1.00 OS/2

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On Mon, 3 Oct 2005 22:42:58 UTC, Louis Ohland <nullnvoid@charter.net> 
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Sigh, where was all this stuff when I needed it.  I have a 1.0 SE but 
its 5.25" diskettes.  Had to make floppies from images someone sent me
for the 3.5" disks I needed to install on the 50Z.   

Speaking of rare versions of OS/2, has anyone seen any Microsoft 
branded versions of OS/2?  When I worked with OS/2, it was always m$ 
versions that IBM supplied to us.  I could never  figure that out.  
Since I started collecting all these old versions for the museum, 
every one has been the IBM branded version,  though someone sent me a 
couple manuals from a m$ package.

Mark


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Mark
10/3/2005 11:04:28 PM
Mark Dodel schrieb:

> ... has anyone seen any Microsoft 
> branded versions of OS/2?

I bought a still shrinkwrapped HP branded package of MS OS/2 1.21 SE in 
1994 second hand together with my LAN Manager 2.2 update.

I had to mix with files (all Microchannel related drivers) from another 
to install on a PS/2 some years ago. I worked, but OS/2 1.3 is much 
better with same or even slightly lower hw demands.

On EISA pc I always used MS OS/2, because the LADDR SCSI drivers allowed 
CD-R and even CD-Audio with Adaptec 1740 or 2742 controllers.

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Uli
10/4/2005 8:15:15 AM
Mark Dodel wrote:
> On Mon, 3 Oct 2005 22:42:58 UTC, Louis Ohland <nullnvoid@charter.net> 
> wrote:
> 
> -> >http://cgi.ebay.com/RARE-Vintage-IBM-Operating-System-2-Ver-1-00-OS-2_W0QQitemZ8702699718QQcategoryZ74946QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem<
> -> Ends Oct-10-05 15:01:31 PDT
> 
> Sigh, where was all this stuff when I needed it.  I have a 1.0 SE but 
> its 5.25" diskettes.  Had to make floppies from images someone sent me
> for the 3.5" disks I needed to install on the 50Z.   
> 
> Speaking of rare versions of OS/2, has anyone seen any Microsoft 
> branded versions of OS/2?  When I worked with OS/2, it was always m$ 
> versions that IBM supplied to us.  I could never  figure that out.  
> Since I started collecting all these old versions for the museum, 
> every one has been the IBM branded version,  though someone sent me a 
> couple manuals from a m$ package.


      Hmmm I  have MS OS/2 v1.3 + Lan manager here. And I also have disk 
set of NOKIA MS Lan manager/MS OS/2 1.1D server adaptation(Including 
manuals). And finnish version of OS2 2.0(Includes Box & manual). All of 
these are on 3,5" disks. If interested I can take some pics of Nokia 
branded disks and check if any of these works.

Tero
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Tero
10/4/2005 8:56:52 AM
On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 08:56:52 UTC, Tero Kaarlela 
<turo.kaarlela@kotinet.com> wrote:


->       Hmmm I  have MS OS/2 v1.3 + Lan manager here. And I also have disk 
-> set of NOKIA MS Lan manager/MS OS/2 1.1D server adaptation(Including 
-> manuals). And finnish version of OS2 2.0(Includes Box & manual). All of 
-> these are on 3,5" disks. If interested I can take some pics of Nokia 
-> branded disks and check if any of these works.
-> 

Tero

Any idea if there were NLS versions of OS/2 1.x?  Or did these start 
with 2.0?

Mark

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Mark
10/4/2005 11:57:18 AM
Mark Dodel wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 08:56:52 UTC, Tero Kaarlela 
> <turo.kaarlela@kotinet.com> wrote:
> 
> 
> ->       Hmmm I  have MS OS/2 v1.3 + Lan manager here. And I also have disk 
> -> set of NOKIA MS Lan manager/MS OS/2 1.1D server adaptation(Including 
> -> manuals). And finnish version of OS2 2.0(Includes Box & manual). All of 
> -> these are on 3,5" disks. If interested I can take some pics of Nokia 
> -> branded disks and check if any of these works.
> -> 
> 
> Tero
> 
> Any idea if there were NLS versions of OS/2 1.x?  Or did these start 
> with 2.0?


    I just contacted my friend who works at local vocational college, 
they used OS/2 in their workstation & servers from 1.0 through 2.0. He 
is going to check all versions he has and boot up few old PS/2 systems 
to check this. He knows more tomorrow

Tero




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Tero
10/4/2005 2:11:21 PM
Mark Dodel wrote:
> On Mon, 3 Oct 2005 22:42:58 UTC, Louis Ohland <nullnvoid@charter.net>
> wrote:
>
>
> Speaking of rare versions of OS/2, has anyone seen any Microsoft
> branded versions of OS/2?  When I worked with OS/2, it was always m$
> versions that IBM supplied to us.  I could never  figure that out.
> Since I started collecting all these old versions for the museum,
> every one has been the IBM branded version,  though someone sent me a
> couple manuals from a m$ package.
>
> Mark
>

That would be me, having got them as part of a lot from Dan Tulloch.
Isn't human networking great?

Dan the K.

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Dan
10/4/2005 9:40:07 PM
> On EISA pc I always used MS OS/2, because the LADDR SCSI drivers allowed >
CD-R and even CD-Audio with Adaptec 1740 or 2742 controllers.

These were available as a download option resp. included in the driver
disks, the Adaptec site should have them. I had IBM OS/2 1.3 EE on my
Siemens/ALR EISA machine, BTW, with a CPU complex. The Phoenix BIOS, PS/2
compatible, had a support for both 386 and 486 CPUs.






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UZnal
10/11/2005 12:29:25 PM
UZnal schrieb:

>>On EISA pc I always used MS OS/2, because the LADDR SCSI drivers allowed >
> 
> CD-R and even CD-Audio with Adaptec 1740 or 2742 controllers.
> 
> These were available as a download option resp. included in the driver
> disks, the Adaptec site should have them. I had IBM OS/2 1.3 EE on my
> Siemens/ALR EISA machine, BTW, with a CPU complex. The Phoenix BIOS, PS/2
> compatible, had a support for both 386 and 486 CPUs.

I still have this floppy for updating the installation and disk1 floppy.
If there is interest I can email an image.

But the Server OS/2 of the LAN Manager had a nice PM CD Audioplayer App 
:-) and much more drivers.

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10/11/2005 1:29:24 PM
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=220111146098 Starting bid: US $10.00 End time: May-15-07 08:07:28 PDT (4 days 19 hours) Shipping costs: US $55.00 Ships to: United States Item location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States This is a working PS/2 system with everything except the VGA monitor: PS/2 8580 386 with 120MB SCSI Hard Drive and Floppy Disk, 12MB RAM) IBM Model M keyboard (which is new) and mouse (original) IBM PS/2 TV Unit with power supply. A rare option, allows for viewing and tuning TV PIP on the desktop. OS/2 is installed on the machine (and works). Also includes an unopened copy of OS/2 Warp. No affiliation -- 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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