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IBM withdraws OS/2 Support!!!

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Announced July 12, 2005. IBM is withdrawing support of their OS/2 operating system OS/2 Warp & OS/2 Warp Server for e-business.

Effective December 31, 2006, IBM will withdraw standard support for the following products licensed under the IBM International Program License Agreement. Fee-based service offerings will continue to be available. These offerings will provide support beyond December 31, 2006, via a services contract. For information about the extended support offering, contact your IBM representative.

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I am not really surprised. The thing that surprises me is the level of support they are still offering.

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I've got version 1.0.

Looks like it will make its way to the burn pile when I do some more house cleaning.... Oh well...

I've decided to heave out a lot of stuff I haven't used in 5+ years. Sadly, no one around here knows about OS/2, TRI-BBS, D'Bridge Front End, Barren Realms Elite, Night-Owl CD's etc..etc.. All my BBS stuff... hundreds of dollars.. up in smoke.. *sigh*

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I used to run a bbs called shaolin, my friend ran watchtower. I remember the good ol days. z-modem, riptide, etc.

I was one of the first I knew of to have a 14.4 modem. I can't remember for the life of me what software I used, but if i hear it... i would know it.

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Hmm... Searchlight, WWIV, Renegade, Tri-BBS, Wildcat.... :unsure: Ummm there are tons more, but those are the ones that I've tried or familiar with...

All gone the way of the dodo bird and DOS... and now oS/2... too :P

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