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June 2001


A Correction to:
eComStation Version 1.0 Rolls Out

by Kim Cheung

This is posted at the request of the author.

There is a serious error on the SCOUG web page regarding eCS. I quote:

"eCS boots from CD and can be run from the CD without installing to a hard drive, although only some hardware is supported (no SCSI, for example) and no networking is included in this mode. Cheung pointed out that the CD boot capability allows an OS/2 software developer to visit potential customers and demonstrate software on the customer's non-OS/2 machines. The lack of SCSI support makes this a potentially embarrassing situation, however, since eCS may not work on the customer machines leaving the impression of hardware incompatibilities and possibly killing the sale. "

I don't know where the author got this information from. You can boot from SCSI. In fact, we support far more SCSI then MCP.

Please post an correction to this. It's damaging.

Kim Cheung

Marketing Director, TouchVoice Corporation, kimwaic@touchvoicecorp.com http://www.touchvoicecorp.com (626)288-7774x211 (voice) (626)572-8567 (fax)

Executive Director, Serenity Systems Int'l, kim@serenity-systems.com http://www.serenity-systems.com (214)222-3414


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Santa Ana, CA 92799-6904, USA

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SCOUG, Warp Expo West, and Warpfest are trademarks of the Southern California OS/2 User Group. OS/2, Workplace Shell, and IBM are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. All other trademarks remain the property of their respective owners.