Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 15th Nov 2005 00:39 UTC, submitted by Mikael Elf
OS/2 and eComStation Serenity Systems offers a promotional price for eComStation 1.2 until the last of November. This will include a one year software subscription. The subscription implies also that you can participate in the betaprogram for version 2.0 and includes the version 2.0 GA release after betatesting is done.
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RE[4]: agreed
by rcsteiner on Tue 15th Nov 2005 17:53 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: agreed"
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Stagnant? Only in the eyes of the public. :-)

IBM has been continuously releasing new drivers (USB support, etc.) and other new features (JFS, LVM, etc.) for OS/2 even as recently as this year, as well as licensing things like Scitech's SNAP drivers so they are available for all OS/2 users.

Even new OS/2 kernels have been available informally from IBM if you know where to look for them.

Yes, eCS is a very welcome addition, and it provides a public outlet for those fixes, but OS/2 as a platform has hardly been standing still, and on a low-resource box it beats almost anything out there...

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