OS/2 For You At a Glance
Newsletter of the Southern California OS/2 User Group
SCOUG's November Meeting
Check the web site for information about this month's meeting topic. You'll always find the latest news and articles of interest to OS/2 users at www.scoug.com!
What should you do when an installation doesn't go right or you can't get something to work the way it should?
- First, ask for help on SCOUG-Help, our mailing list to help each other over the bumps we all encounter. Instructions for signing up are at
- If it's Wed, join in on the Help Desk chat and see what ideas others might have about your problem. You'll find info about chats at
- Should you still be in need, take your problem - and your system - to the in person OS/2 Help Desk that's held once a month.
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.
Remember SCOUG In December
December 15th, to be specific. Tradition calls for member contributions to a big holiday raffle. It's not too early to start looking around for computer and OS/2 related goodies you no longer need that others might find useful.
Tony is pleased at how our anniversary meeting went last month. Who would have thought that installations of OS/2 could be so invigorating?
Read his Presidents Message.
Always the source for new releases of software and drivers - Download is a gold mine.
Dear Mr. Know-It-All
Can you do a remote install with MCP? Yes you can, and here's how:
Back Up Your Drivers
This is a tip everyone should pay attention to.
Looking Elsewhere - Warpstock
Warpstock - with a theme of Peace, Love, and OS/2 - was held in Toronto early last month. For those who couldn't make the trek, the October 16th issue of
OS/2 eZine has a report.
Why won't my scanner work under OS/2? Tony's advice is to do your research before you buy - and only buy what you know in advance will work. This month's
Ink spells it out for you.
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