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On Wednesday July 9, 2014 Jul8 said:
Actually, all versions of OS/2 1.x (IBM or MS) can be installed in Virtual Box VM's, applyng a patch to disk 1 (Patching KBD01.SYS or BASEDD01.SYS to avoid a division by zero on fast CPUs) and a tweak in Virtual Box 4.3 in the case of IBM OS/2 1.0 or 1.1. It's not necessary a real hardware.
On Tuesday February 5, 2013 Ian Walace said:
The image worked perfectly using Virtuebox. It booted in a few seconds and I was up and running! Thanks the the post!
On Wednesday September 2, 2009 said:
Thank you so much for your uploading.
Unfortunately, i have to virtualizing IBM OS/2 V1.3 EE on VPC.
Someone saying that i have to make imaged installation. So, i generate a .vhd file from the real harddrive from a 486 machine with os/2 1.3 on it. When i connected this file as the virtual harddisk on VPC. When i start it, here Coming up with the Error message:"Trap 0000, Exception in device driver: Screen$...".
So i really need to know how you create this vhd file. Could you please specify the details of how you made os/2 on VPC? Thank you
Please reply me by post or send me email on: email@example.com
On Monday February 16, 2009 markus kay said:
This is great, thank you. Just out of curiousity, how did you get this installed? Everytime I tried to install it into VPC2007 from the disk images I would get a "COUNTRY.SYS" error and the install would hang.
On Monday December 22, 2008 William Andrew said:
Yay! That's neat. I can't say OS/2 is the greatest OS I ever used but it's good to reive the old times. I am going to reinstall this on my 386 box
On Friday October 17, 2008 Cst said:
Great Image works a treat. Just need Lan manager server!
On Wednesday October 8, 2008 jimjam said:
thankyou verymuch i have been needing this for very long
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