Archived OS/2 Resources
Archived OS/2 Index
The following pages on this OS/2 resources site contains information retained as an archive for those still running older versions of OS/2.
- Configuring and Tuning OS/2 Warp.
- Installable File Systems Under OS/2.
- OS/2 Desktop Enhancements.
- Removable Media and OS/2.
- OS/2 & Multi-Operating Systems on One Computer.
- DSMI Music and Plug-ins for OS/2.
- Installing AWE64 Support under OS/2.
- Running Games Under OS/2 Warp.
- Selecting, Downloading and Installing OS/2 Fixpaks.
- Applying Service to OS/2 Warp (by Frank McKenney).
Note: You must return to this page to navigate to these pages as they do not appear in the navigation menu on the left.
Some pages have been removed from the site, with their content combined onto other existing pages.
Combined with Obtaining Help with OS/2
- OS/2 User Groups and OS/2 Conferences (groups.html).
- Warped Reading and Information (reading.html).
Combined with OS2 Software
- Buying OS/2 Software On-line (vendors.html).
- OS/2 Java Resources (java.html).
- OS2 Netscape, Other Browsers & Add-ons (netscape.html).
- OS/2 Shareware & Freeware Download Sites (download.html).
- The OS/2 Projects Page (projects.html).
Combined with OS2 Hardware
- Getting Your Sound Card to Work under OS/2 (soundfix.html).
About this Archive
When this site was being developed, regular fixpaks and driver updates were being released by IBM which were freely available for OS/2 Warp 3 and 4. Free support ended January 1, 2001 for OS/2 Warp 4.
Unfortunately, with the end of OS/2 Warp support, IBM has removed many valuable resources including the IBM Device Driver Pak On-line (an updated listing of the drivers that came with OS/2 Warp), the OS/2 Connect newsletter archive and more. In fact, it is very hard to find anything related to OS/2 on IBM's site these days.
Retained for Archival Purposes
The information on the pages linked from this Archived OS/2 Resources page is quite dated and not regularly maintained. Although I check these links from time-to-time, most are no longer being maintained and some links may no longer work.
However, I felt that some of the information may be of use to those still running older versions of OS/2 (Warp 3 and 4).
Updated: November 5, 2008