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From:  Dale Barnes (1:106/201)
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Date: Tue, 21 July 2020 ARCA Ok, finally getting some steam rolling over here and porting the InterMail and other apps over to see about supporting OS2 as well. So with ARCA, are there any do's and don'ts when installing it....
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From:  Rick Smith (1:340/202.1)
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Date: Sat, 19 September 2020 ARCA Greetings Sean! 25 Jul 20 15:38, you wrote to me about an urgent matter!: SD> Hello Rick, SD> Friday July 24 2020 18:44, you wrote to me: RS>> Where did you get it? All the ...
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From:  Don Lowery (1:340/1000)
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Date: Sat, 13 June 2020 Lora 2.99 free source code Found this available as a download as C++ source code. Tried to upgrade/install gcc & watcom on ArcaOS...but Yum was telling me my installed version was newer than the download version. Having li...
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From:  Kinji Kameda (1:103/705)
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Date: Sun, 02 August 2020 SSH client Just wanted to ask what SSH client people are using to connect BBS' ... I really like mTelnet, but it knows nothing about SSH. ... 0101110 01000011 --- MultiMail/OS2 v0.52 * Origin: Vertraue...
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From:  Kinji Kameda (1:103/705)
To: n/a
Date: Sun, 02 August 2020 SSH client Just wanted to ask what SSH client people are using to connect BBS' ... I really like mTelnet, but it knows nothing about SSH. ... 0101110 01000011 --- MultiMail/OS2 v0.52 * Origin: Vertraue...
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From:  Sam Alexander (1:103/705)
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Date: Tue, 04 August 2020 OS/2 web apps So I just setup OS/2, first time I've used it in like 20 years. I'm looking for good terminal programs that have ymodem and zmodem support and also good IRC, NNTP, and gopher clients. Can someon...
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From:  Kinji Kameda (1:103/705)
To: n/a
Date: Sun, 02 August 2020 SSH client Just wanted to ask what SSH client people are using to connect BBS' ... I really like mTelnet, but it knows nothing about SSH. ... 0101110 01000011 --- MultiMail/OS2 v0.52 * Origin: Vertraue...
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From:  Sean Dennis (1:18/200)
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Date: Mon, 03 August 2020 SSH client Hello Kinji, Sunday August 02 2020 19:43, you wrote to All: KK> Just wanted to ask what SSH client people are using to connect BBS' KK> ... I really like mTelnet, but it knows nothing a...
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From:  Joe Schweier (1:342/200)
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Date: Sun, 07 June 2020 Mac Address what's the command, or the way, to find the Mac address in OS2 Thanx --- * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200) ...
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From:  Sean Dennis (1:18/200)
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Date: Sat, 01 August 2020 Mac address Hello IB, Run: netstat -n | more You will see all of the MAC address associated with all of the network adapters in your computer. Look at the "Physical address" line and you'll see...
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From:  Sean Dennis (1:18/200)
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Date: Sat, 01 August 2020 Mac Address ml> there's no ifconfig or similar? i'd almost be willing ml> to bet there is but i've not run OS/2 since completely ml> switching to linux two years ago... Not that I know of. Like...
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From:  Sean Dennis (1:18/200)
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Date: Sat, 01 August 2020 Mac Address Hi Joe, I wouldn't know; I get my MAC addresses through my router or using something like nmap on my network. So, no, in the 25 years I've run OS/2, I've not had a need to look up the MAC ad...
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From:  mark lewis (1:3634/12)
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Date: Fri, 31 July 2020 Mac Address Re: Mac Address By: Sean Dennis to ib joe on Thu Jul 30 2020 15:07:25 ij> What is the commandline to fing out my Mac, and or, Hardware address ij> on my Arca OS?? SD> I don't k...
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From:  Ib Joe (1:342/201)
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Date: Thu, 30 July 2020 Mac Address -> Hello ib, -> Tuesday July 28 2020 17:48, you wrote to All: -> ij> What is the commandline to fing out my Mac, and or, Hardware address -> ij> on my Arca OS?? -> I d...
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From:  Sean Dennis (1:18/200)
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Date: Thu, 30 July 2020 Mac Address Hello ib, Tuesday July 28 2020 17:48, you wrote to All: ij> What is the commandline to fing out my Mac, and or, Hardware address ij> on my Arca OS?? I don't know of one. Did you ask...
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From:  ib joe (1:342/200.1)
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Date: Tue, 28 July 2020 Mac Address I asked this question and got no response... What is the commandline to fing out my Mac, and or, Hardware address on my Arca OS?? IB Joe AKA Joe Schweier SysOp of Joe's BBS -= JoesBBS.Com =-...
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From:  Don Lowery (1:340/1000)
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Date: Sun, 19 July 2020 Arca DOS video issues... Believe I have found a work around which works for me. Had to reinstall Arca the other night. Rather than using Panorama or the other "high performance" video driver...ended up using the n...
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From:  Robert Wolfe (1:261/20)
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Date: Mon, 27 July 2020 Arca DOS video issues... -> Using the VB video driver (which Arca has included with the -> build)...had no problem at all in VB. Did the same thing with the -> standard driver & it worked. Which version of A...
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From:  Robert Wolfe (1:261/20)
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Date: Mon, 27 July 2020 Echo... Nice to see the echo alive again :) --- InterEcho 1.20 * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * os2bbs.us:9245 * Southaven MS (1:261/20) ...
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From:  Robert Wolfe (1:261/20)
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Date: Mon, 27 July 2020 ARCA -> > Hmm, I would just leave it as a text mode app like it is -> > now. Much less overhead on the CPU, I would think. And if -> -> After reviewing what is required to make it PM...
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