SCOUG OS/2 For You - July 1998
The Next General Meeting Is July 18th
The Presentation Topic Is System Commander
V Communications will be showing us how System Commander makes it easier to use several operating systems on one PC. You might want to reread Bob Ottke's product overview from the April '98 newsletter (http://www.scoug.com/os24u/1998/scoug804.2.syscommander.html).
After the presentation, we'll have Q&A, the raffle, and two of our SIGs. We'll also be going to lunch afterwards, but we'll be trying a new place.
General Interest - will discuss FixPak 7. They'll also look at updating Netscape to the latest version and adding MMOS2 and Win 3.1 plugins (from the Indelible Blue web site) to it. Updates to Warp 4 such as Java 1.1.6 and TCP/IP 4.02t may also be covered.
Programming - will continue their discussion, and begin implementation, of the virtual name space for our FTP server. By virtualizing directory and file names, they will add an additional level of security and configurability to the server.
Later in the month
Mon., July 20th, 7 PM at the OCIPUG Resource Center
The Internet SIG will look at JChat, a new Java-based chat program for use on the Internet. They'll also continue discussions of encryption and information searching, and, of course, the latest internet news. Contact Dave Watson, email@example.com if you have questions or comments.
The SCOUG Help Desk will feature tips and procedures for uninstalling FixPaks, system components and applications. Volunteers will help you resolve your difficulties with problematic hardware and software.
Tue., June 21st, 7 PM at the OCIPUG Resource Center
The Networking SIG will be setting-up network connectivity to use one peer client as a dial-up gateway via an ISP to the Internet that all other peer clients on the network can utilitize.
Other Local Events You Might Be Interested In
Java Programming class by Terry Warren at PC Club in Anaheim, 10 AM - 2 PM
SCOUG Board of Directors meet at Bert's house, 7:15 PM - visitors welcome
NOCCC OS/2 SIG, 2:30 PM, Chapman University
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