OS/2 For You At a Glance
Newsletter of the Southern California OS/2 User Group
|Our meeting last month was cancelled due to the terrible events on September 11th.
SCOUG's 8th Anniversary Celebration Will Be on Oct 20th
We'll Be Installing Iterations of OS/2:
eComStation, Warp 4, Convience Pak, and Warp Server for e-Business
If this sounds familiar, it's because this was what we'd intended for last month. SCOUG members always seem to find the installation of OS/2 fascinating, so we're going to do it up royally, with an anniversary party, too!
Newsletter at a Glance
What you are currently reading is a new feature on the SCOUG web site. It mimics the printed version, but with shorter descriptions.
We had a lot planned for our September meeting, and it has all been shifted to October. Tony explains why he thinks you should be sure and come.
SCOUG & Warpstock 2001
To participate in Warpstock 2001, SCOUG sent a special gift for each attendee. Our club president explains it.
When Bootup Equals Busy Icon
What can you do if when you boot all you get is a busy icon in the center of the screen? Here are two suggestions to cure it.
Simple, General Command Line Filter in REXX
Dallas Legan has written a general purpose filter in REXX that you use at the command line to do parsing. He tells you the motivation behind it, the process he went through, and gives you a variety of examples to help understand its usefulness.
Take a look.
No sense poking all around looking for information about some new driver you need when it's probably right here on the SCOUG web site in Gary's latest column.
Dear Mr. Know-It-All
Continuing with eCS suggestions, Mr. Know-It-All ponders LVM and VCU issues.
Junk Spy Version 2.0
Tony Butka gave Junk Spy a thumbs up when he reviewed the first release last year. Now he updates his review for version 2.0, and tells you all the more reasons he has to like it.
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