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  • Name Language P/N Internal Rev. Release Date Media Notes IBM OS/2 Extended Edition 1.2: English: 1989-May-16: Diskettes - 3,5' IBM OS/2 Extended Edition 1.2.
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What is OS/2 Warp 4? OS/2 Warp 4 (codenamed Merlin) is an IBM Operational System. This 'how to' will show you how to install OS/2 Warp 4 on QEMU 0.7.2/0.8.0, running on Windows XP. I tested this on XP SP1, and it will probably work with other setups - but your mileage may vary. If you don't have any software to create an ISO image of. The last version of the OS/2 operating system was modified, enhanced and taken to the newest technical level, the user interface also was improved. OS/2 Warp 4 and 4.5 OS/2 Warp 4 was released by IBM in 1996.

IBM OS/2 Warp 4 and OS/2 Warp Server for e-business were the last OS/2 products released by IBM.But there had been also some updates to this OS/2 version.

This page only applies to the US English version of Convenience Package for OS/2 Warp 4.52 and lists the IBM fixpaks and drivers that can be installed:

  • 2Device Drivers

IBM Fixpak

Restricted Fixpaks
ComponentNameDateBuild LevelInformation
Base Operating SystemXR_C0062007-02-1614.106XR_C006 Fix List
Device Driver FixpakXR_D0032002-08-1614.070XR_D003 Fix List
MPTS FixpakWR087082005-03-0320040227.2WR08708 Fix List
LAN ServicesIP086082005-03-0320040324.1IP08608 Fix List
TCP/IP 4.32 FixpakUN023342005-03-0320040521.1UN02334 Fix List
Other APARs not included with fixpaks
DateAPARInformation
2006-12-06PJ31674SYS3175 IN IBMLXCFG.DLL WHEN MORE THAN 120 NIF FILES ARE THERE IN IBMCOMMACS DIRECTORY
2006-08-10PJ31319TRAP IN MULTILINE EDIT BOX WHILE SETTING THE WIDTH.
2006-08-09PJ31432SETBOOT.EXE RETURNS ERROR 'BOOT MANAGER IS NOT INSTALLED'IF BM PARTITION IS NOT LOCATED INSIDE FIRST 2GB OF THE DISK SPACE.
2006-05-15PJ31250UDF FORMAT FAILS AT 100% WITH MESSAGE: MEDIA IS WRITE PROTECTED
2006-02-24PJ30772VIDEO INSTALL SETUP.CMD FILES HAVE ERRORS
2005-12-28PJ30821TELNET CLIENT SETS MODE TO DEAULT 80*25,INSTEAD OF SETTING THE CURRENT MODE.
2005-10-24PJ30771INCORRECT HEBREW SYMBOLS DISPLAY IN WINOS2
2005-10-20PJ30763OBJECT REXX SYSSTEMINSERT FUNCTION FAILS TO PROCESS A ZERO LENGTH STRING AS A VALUE
2005-09-26PJ30593IWB205 IS USING INCORRECT KEYCODE
2005-09-21PJ30659TRAP 0D IN SOCKETS.SYS WHEN USING IBM GLOBAL NETWORK DIALER.

Device Drivers

NameDateBuild LevelInformation
USBUniversal Serial Bus Base Stack2006-01-1310.162
USB Mass Storage Device2006-01-1310.162
USB Keyboard2006-01-2710.162
USB Serial Converter Driver2004-06-3010.119
USB Ethernet2001-10-151.1
USB Print2005-08-1910.157
StorageUDF2006-01-272.1.6Languages: br, cx, de, en , es, fr, it, jp, tw
Contains
CDFS.IFS 14.083, IBMIDECD.FLT 10.095, OS2CDROM.DMD 10.163
IDEDASD2005-11-28
IrDAIRDD2005-01-1310.149Contains:
Input DevicesSingle Mouse2005-01-181.3 - 10.152NLS: br, cx, de, en, es, fr, it, jp, tw

newer versions in XR_C006How to find serial number on macbook air.

IBM PrinterPak

NameDateBuild LevelInformation
PSCRIPTEN2005-01-3130.827
LASERJETEN2005-01-3130.827
OMNIEN2005-01-3130.827
PLOTTERSEN2005-01-3130.827

Other Applications

NameDateLanguageBuild LevelWeb SiteInformation
Scitech SNAP Graphics for OS/2EN +3.1.8snap-os2-3.1.8.zip
OS/2 Warp Developer Kit Java Technology 1.3.1 Service Release 102006-10-08br, cn, de, en, es, fr, it, jp, twJava 1.3.1 Service Release 10
OpenGL 1.11997-06-10EnglishHobbesIt was never included on the OS/2 convenience packs.
IBM Web Browserbr, cn, de, en, es, fr, jp, tw2.0.5

References

Windows
Retrieved from 'https://www.os2world.com/wiki/index.php?title=Updating_OS/2_Warp_4.52&oldid=29024'
OS2 Warp on Linux
I know what most of you may be saying or thinking. “OS/2. Why?” Or maybe something similar. There may be that one reader that is thinking, “All right!” (I doubt it). The reason to do this is that some users may remember the day when they had to work with OS/2. I also like to show the ability of Oracle's VirtualBox as well.
To run OS/2 on your Linux system, you will need:
  • Oracle's VirtualBox found at https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads
  • OS/2 Warp version 4.0 (CD version) found at https://winworldpc.com/product/os-2-warp-4/os-2-warp-40

NOTE: There is also a download for OS/2 Warp 4.52 which will also work. I suggest downloading from this site since most other sites provide the boot floppy images as DSK files which do not work well. It is best to use the IMG floppy images.
Download VirtualBox and install it, if you do not have it yet. Download and extract the OS/2 Warp 4.0 CD Version. Once extracted, there should be four files you need:
  1. Installation.img
  2. Disk01.img
  3. Disk02.img
  4. IBM_OS2_Warp_4.iso

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To set up VirtualBox, do the following:
  1. Create a new Machine
  2. Enter the name for the Machine as desired
  3. Set Type to IBM OS/2
  4. Set Version to OS/2 Warp 4 (or 4.5 if you downloaded the 4.5 version) and click “Next”
  5. Set your RAM size – 1024 should be fine and click “Next”
  6. Set the drive option to “Create a virtual hard drive now” the click “Create”
  7. Make sure VDI is selected and click “Next”
  8. Select “Dynamically Allocated” and click “Next”
  9. Specify the file location and set the minimum to 2 GB and click “Create”

NOTE: Some of you may prefer a Fixed Disk image which should be fine, it just takes longer to make.
The machine is now created, but still requires configuration as follows:
  1. Under System and the Motherboard tab, the Chipset option should be PIIX3
  2. Change the Boot Order to Floppy, Hard Disk and then CD/DVD
  3. All three extended feature options should be unchecked. If you have multiple processors, then check “Enable I/O APIC”
  4. Under the Processor Tab, uncheck “Enable PAE/NX” and set the maximum processors to match your processor count
  5. Under Display, set the Video Memory to the maximum setting
  6. The option “Enable 3D Acceleration” should be checked
  7. Under Storage, the Floppy drive needs to point to the “Installation.img” file
  8. The CD-ROM needs to point to the “IBM_OS2_Warp_4.iso”
  9. Under Network, set “Adapter 1” to “Bridged Adapter”

These are all the necessary settings that you should need to get IBM OS/2 going in VirtualBox. Start the Machine and at Figure 1, select “Devices” from the VirtualBox menu and select “Floppy Devices”. Under “Floppy Devices” select “Disk01.img” from where the files were extracted. Click on the Virtual OS screen and press “Enter”. When a similar screen appears asking for Disk 2, change the “Disk01.img” to “Disk02.img” and press “Enter” again to continue the installation.
At the “Welcome” screen as shown in Figure 2, press “Enter”.

FIGURE 2

The next screen, Figure 3, is where you start the installation by selecting an install method. The Easy method is fine to use, so press “Enter”. The next screen asks to reinsert the installation floppy in the drive, so change the Floppy Device to “Installation.img” and then press “Enter”.

The Virtual OS should reboot and ask you to remove the Installation disk and replace it with Disk 1. To do this, open “Floppy Devices” and select “Disk01.img” before pressing “Enter”. The same will happen again with Disk 2. At the Welcome screen, press “Enter” again. Now, you should see a screen similar to Figure 3 which shows the OS/2 installation starting to copy files to the hard drive.

FIGURE 3

After the files copy, you should see a screen like Figure 4. Now, you need to click “Devices” and “Floppy Devices” and then select “Remove Disk from Virtual Drive” and press “Enter” to continue.

FIGURE 4

The virtual system should reboot and load OS/2 Warp. If you get any issues here, make sure the boot order is Floppy, Hard disk and then CD/DVD.
Figure 5 shows a System Configuration screen which you can set the items appropriately.

FIGURE 5

Os 2 Warp 4 Iso

Click “Next” to set up more system settings. After clicking “Next” again, you are prompted to select a printer. Simply click “OK” to not install a default printer.
The next screen, Figure 6, prompts you to set up Networking Services. If you have a network adapter and you are on the Internet, click the top option “Access the Internet” and click “Next”.

FIGURE 6

The next screen shows the detected network adapter, click “Next”. The next screen asks about the network adapter configuration. Select “No” and then “Next”. The next screen has the TCP/IP Services highlighted so click “Install”. Another installation process should start. Once it finishes, it will prompt you that it will restart the system. After a few seconds, the Virtual OS will restart and reload to continue the installation. After nearly a minute on the OS2 text screen, the Warp title screen should appear. The installation process should continue again and will once again restart the Virtual OS. After it starts up, the main GUI screen should appear with a screen for a Tutorial. The main GUI is shown in Figure 7.

FIGURE 7

At this point, OS/2 Warp version 4 is installed and running. Searching the Internet you should be able to find applications and games to run under OS/2.
I hope you enjoyed this blast from the past.