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SCOUG OS/2 For You - January 1998


The Unofficial Warped Thinkpad Page

http://www.tpwarper.com

suggested by Gary Wong

The Unofficial Warped Thinkpad Page is a web site maintained by Ty Shrake of IBM, who also hangs out as a sysop on the CompuServe Thinkpad forum. While much of the material is obviously specific to Thinkpads, there are some sections that anyone can make use of such as general OS/2 and FixPak news. Best of all, the information for Thinkpads is first rate!

The site has sections on the following:

  • Thinkpad News
  • OS/2 News
  • Fixpak and APAR News
  • General OS/s Installation Tips
  • Installing OS/2 on an IBM Thinkpad
  • Problem Solving Tips and Methods
  • Important Docking Station Tips
  • Important Thinkpad Limitations
  • Important OS/2 Websites
  • Interesting OS/2 Websites
For example, the problem solving section includes PCMCIA issues:

Here's a brief description from the web site.


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