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Zadeva: RE: [OS2Wireless] Wireless router
Datum: Thu, 25 Mar 2010 21:32:05 -0000
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RE: [OS2Wireless] Wireless router


As an old time OS/2 eComStation user, now having to use Windoze for work reasons, I would like to try to re-engage with the OS that i got to know and respect -- Os/2 .
I have a US Robotics wireless router and would like to know if there are eComStation drivers for this router.... or is there a way to set this router up under eComStation?

Or do I need a new eComstaion-compatible router?

And if so which one do I buy (in England)?

Peter Knibbs


-----Original Message-----
From: chekmarx [mailto:os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com]
Sent: Thu 25-Mar-10 8:58 PM
To: OS/2 Wireless Users Mailing List
Subject: Re: [OS2Wireless] Wireless router

Hi Mike,

No can do on getting a UPS as my living space is just too small as it is.
My apartment is basically three rooms - a large kitchen, a full bathroom,
and a large living/bed room.  Which houses my bed, a triple-dresser (with
only a tiny closet I have to keep all seasonal clothing in the dresser), a
19" flat-screen CRT television with digital cable box and DVD player, my
computer desk and chair, a Mesa-Boogie Studio Caliber guitar amplifier, two
electric guitars on wall hangers, my newly bought Ibanez electric-acoustic
in a floor stand, a small Traynor practice amp, my large DigiTech
guitar-modeler hardware, assorted effects petals and guitar cables, a
nightstand, and finally a wooden floor stand just large enough to hold my
Brother color laser printer.  Whew!  I'm exhausted just writing it all out

So as you can see, if I can avoid adding any more *physical* items that
would take up floor space the better off I am ...

I bought my guitar-modeler (a DigiTech GNX3000 for full digital recording
and modeling of assorted vintage and new amps along with a slew of digital
guitar effects) without taking into consideration the space needed for
hooking it up to my newly purchased Gene Alexander computer.  As it stands
three-months later, I have to figure out the placement of the gear, as I
need to run the DigiTech through the Mesa-Boogie amp's effects loop, then
into my computer, also allowing for plugging in my guitar (which obviously I
have to allow for the length of a full size Les-Paul guitar) into the
modeler.  So basically I need to wait for those times when my back and knee
problems allow for me to get down on the floor with a tape-measure and
layout all the recording and computer gear.  CAD is great for playing around
with various configurations, but the dimensions of everything has to 100%
accurate!  So I have my work cut out for me.  Plus, just writing this up I
realized I need to also allow for a stool for sitting when playing and
recording since my computer chair is unusable for sitting and playing a



On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 3:46 PM, Mike O'Connor <
os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com> wrote:

> chekmarx wrote:
>> On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 2:47 PM, Will Honea <
>> os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com <mailto:
>> os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com>> wrote:
>> <snip>
>>    Just a thought for
>>    you:  those puny surge protector strips are very limited but
>>    (especially for
>>    phone lines) one at the point of entry cascaded with a second one
>>    several feet
>>    away near the actual equipment reduces the surge MUCH better than
>>    a single
>>    point protection scheme.
>> Thanks Will for the info.  I knew that the POS strips didn't do much to
>> protect electronic gear but I didn't know a two-strip approach would be a
>> better route to go.  I need to get some sort of protection for my new
>> system.  I was hoping to get something that would simply plug into a
>> two-gang receptacle, replacing the face-plate.
>> Would you happen to have any suggestions for a quality piece?
>> (Basically money is no longer an issue.   I bought my system from Gene
>> Alexander of EERAC Computers and want it to be protected!)
>> TIA
>> Greg
>>    --
>>    Will Honea <whonea@whonea.net <mailto:whonea@whonea.net>>
>>  Hi Greg,
> Get yourself a UPS!
> Regards,
> Mike
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