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Ibm Os 2 Warp 4.5 Iso Download _BEST_


Web site: www-01.ibm.com/software/os/warp-withdrawal/ (not active)Origin: USACategory: DesktopDesktop environment: Workplace Shell (WPS)Architecture: x86, PowerPCBased on: IndependentWikipedia: OS/2Media: InstallThe last version Released: 4.52 December 2001




ibm os 2 warp 4.5 iso download



Now that I've figured out all those problems I've created a guide with specific instructions on how to get all major versions working on VirtualBox, complete with sound, video and network in some cases, and you'll find those guides below. I also created prebuilt virtual machines you can just download and press play on.


We can download an installation ISO image for OS/2 Warp 4 from WinWorld, available here. The image I downloaded is IBM OS2 Warp 4.52 (4.52.14.086_W4), the last retail image of OS/2 Warp 4 with all previous system updates, similar to "Windows XP with SP3".


The downloaded archive contains two ISO images, Boot and Client. The Boot ISO is used for starting the OS/2 installation wizard, and later the installer will tell you to take the Boot CD out and insert the Client CD with OS files.


kLIBC can be downloaded from Arca Noae's repo (the company that maintains ArcaOS). It's free, and is available as an exe file. Download klibccfg_1_0_2_2.exe from this page on Arca Noae repo, copy into VM, and install.


The next thing is ANPM, ArcaOS package manager, based on RPM and YUM. ANPM is free itself and can also be downloaded from the page on Arca Noae repo. Download anpm_1_0_5.exe in folder 105, copy into VM and install.


After installation, double click folder Arca Noae Package Manager on desktop and launch ANPM package manager. On the first start, it will need to download an RPM and YUM environment and will let you choose an architecture:


After the download is complete, ANPM will ask about the target drive, select drive C. But do not reboot yet after installation is done. There is a bug with ANPM installation process that will fail to change some settings, causing RPM and YUM to work abnormally. We need to do the edits by hand.


Why download Firefox directly? Because the RPM packaged Firefox is only available in Arca Noae's paid software repo, and the free repo we're using right now doesn't have Firefox available. But this will not stop us from downloading Firefox ourselves.


Since Arca Noae's repo is located out of mainland China, if you happen to be in mainland China, you will need to wait patiently for the low download speed. In the meantime, YUM may tell you that Rpmdb checksum is invalid; you may safely ignore them.


I choose the second link, Firefox v. 45.9.0 (15/4/2019, Dave Yeo). This version corresponds to the i386 universal version for Firefox 45.9.0. Theoretically, you may download the first Firefox v. 45.9.0 (Optimized version for Pentium M, 26/5/2019, Dave Yeo) optimized for Pentium M, but I haven't tried it.


Where to download drivers/files: IBM FTP site _x/ IBM US web site (For IBM PC sites in other countries, begin at ) (For users who are very familiar with SCSI, hardware, and install process, jump to Appendix A ) Setting Up the Hardware: 1. Looking at the rear of the system, loosen the 3 thumb screws on the right of the system and remove the side access panel. 2. For the initial install, it is recommended that you remove all adapters and devices that are not required to get the base operating system installed. (For example, if installing multiple network adapters, only install one at this time). If a tape drive or external SCSI devices will be used, just disconnect them temporarily. After the operating system is booting without errors, add these devices one at the time. This procedure streamlines the install process. 3. Verify that the SCSI cable (part number 76H3452) runs from the on-board RAID controller to the top of the hot-swap backplane, and that there is a second SCSI cable (part number 76H3454) running from the bottom of the hot-swap backplane to the CD-ROM. 4. Install the desired number of hot-swap hard drives into the hot-swap bays beginning at the top and proceeding downward. NOTE: OS/2 currently only supports one CD-ROM device installed in the server during NOS installation. Additional CD-ROM devices can be installed into the server AFTER Completion of the NOS installation (Refer to APAR PJ24628 for more information). Verify that there is only one CD-ROM device in the server before continuing. Setting Up the BIOS: 1. Power on the system and press F1 to enter Configuration/Diagnostics. 2. Press Enter to select Configuration/Setup Utility. 3. Select Date and Time and verify the settings. Then press Esc to return to the main menu. 4. Select Start Options and verify that the First Startup Device is set to Diskette Drive 0 and the Second Startup Device is set to Hard Disk 0. Press Esc to return to the main menu. 5. If any ISA devices are installed (or will be installed) that need IRQs (or other system resources such as I/O ports or memory) reserved, choose Plug and Play and then the desired resource type you wish to reserve. Change the desired resource from Plug and Play to ISA Legacy. From the Plug and Play window, press Esc and select Save Settings. Press Enter and then select Exit Setup. Press Esc and Enter to elect Yes, save and exit the Setup Utility. 6. The server will reboot (If you receive a 162 Configuration Change has Occurred message during post, press Enter to select Continue, then Enter again. At the Diagnostic/Setup Utility window, press Esc and then Enter to select Yes, save and exit the Setup Utility). Configuring Arrays Using the PC ServeRAID II Adapter: 1. Upon initial boot, an error message similar to the following may be encountered: - Following drives not responding (oldstate:newstate:ch:bay) (ONL:DDD:2:1)(ONL:DDD:2:2) Identifiers for the following drives do not match configuration ... Press F10 - Exit without change and boot to the PC ServeRAID Configuration Diskette Version 2.23 selecting Advanced Functions, then Init/View/Synchronize Config and finally Initialize Configuration. Confirm initialization request with a Yes. 2. After initializing, exit to the main menu and select Create/Delete/Copy Log Drive. 3. Select Create Disk Array. 4. Use the arrow keys to select RDY drives for each new array. Press Enter on each highlighted drive to add it to the array. 5. Press Esc when finished selecting drives. 6. Select Define Logical Drive. 7. Select an array to define a drive on. 8. Specify the raid level for the new logical drive. 9. Specify size for the new logical drive (The maximum size for a logical drive under OS/2 Warp Server SMP v4.0 is 45 GB), and confirm with a Yes. 10. A message stating that All logical drives must be INITIALIZED after being created pops up press Enter. Confirm command to initialize the new logical drive with a Yes. If a RAID-5 logical drive was defined, a message stating that All RAID-5 logical drives must be SYNCHRONIZED after initialization pops up. Confirm synchronization of the new logical drive with a Yes. The synchronization process may take several hours to complete per logical drive. 11. After synchronization, Esc to the main menu. Choose Advanced Functions, and then backup IPS ServeRAID Config. 12. Verify that the PC ServeRAID Configuration Diskette Version 2.23 is not write-protected. 13. Enter the file name you wish to save the Config to, or press Enter to accept the default, then Yes to confirm. 14. Exit the utility, ignoring the message to back up the RAID configuration, again confirming with a Yes. Running the OS/2 Warp Server SMP Installation Program Using the PC ServeRAID II: 1. On a separate machine, copy IPSRAID.ADD from the PC ServeRAID Device Driver and Utilities Diskette onto the OS/2 Diskette 1 for CD-ROM. Using a standard text editor, also add the following lines to the top of CONFIG.SYS on the OS/2 Diskette 1 for CD-ROM: SET COPYFROMFLOPPY=1 BASEDEV=IPSRAID.ADD 2. Insert Installation Diskette for CD-ROM into the floppy drive OS/2 Warp Server Version 4 Advanced SMP CD into the CD-ROM drive and boot the server. 3. Insert OS/2 Diskette 1 for CD-ROM when prompted. 4. At the Welcome screen, press Enter, and Enter again after reading the Important Licensing Information Screen. 5. Select Advanced Installation. 6. Select 2. Specify a different drive or partition. 7. Press Enter twice, then select Create Partition... Enter the size of the partition. The boot partition must be on the first logical drive created in (either the first physical drive for non-array configurations or, the first logical drive on the first RAID array for RAID configurations) and must NOT exceed 2000 MB in size. All other partitions can be up to 26 GB in size for Entry Version, 45 GB for Advanced Version using HPFS386, and 2048 MB for FAT partitions. 8. Select Primary Partition for the first partition and Logical Partition for all others. 9. Select Create at Start of FreeSpace. 10. Repeat this until all space on the drive has been allocated to partitions. 11. Press Tab to change to different logical drives and repeat steps 7 - 10 until all logical drives are allocated. 12. Go back to the first logical drive and use the arrow keys to choose the partition you want to contain the operating system. 13. Press Enter to bring up FDISK options again and select Set Installable. 14. Name the partition. 15. Press F3 twice to exit the FDISK program. 16. Reinsert Installation Diskette for CD-ROM into the floppy drive and reboot the server. 17. Insert OS/2 Diskette 1 for CD-ROM when prompted. 18. At the Welcome screen, press Enter, and Enter again after reading the Important Licensing Information Screen. 19. Select Advanced Installation. 20. Select 1. Accept the drive. 21. Select HPFS or FAT file system and press Enter to format the installation partition. 22. After formatting, OS/2 will perform an operating system file copy. 23. When the file copy is complete, the system will beep and display a panel asking you to press Enter to reboot or F3 to exit to a command prompt. Press F3 to exit to a command prompt. Copy the IPSRAID.ADD driver for the PC ServeRAID II Adapter to the C: drive by typing: COPY A:\IPSRAID.ADD C: then remove OS/2 Diskette 1 for CD-ROM and reboot the server. Failure to copy this driver file to the hard drive may result in data corruption. 24. You will receive a Virus Warning on reboot, this is normal. Select Change is expected. 25. At the System Configuration screen. click OK, or select any items you wish to configure (although these may be added after installation) and then click OK. 26. Select a default printer or, accept no default printer and click OK. 27. Accept default SVGA video driver and click OK, then click OK again at System Configuration screen. NOTE: If you intend on using the S3 TRIO 64V+ device driver which shipped with the system on the OS/2 Device Drivers for S3 TRIO 64V+ Diskette V3.03.14 diskette (part number 4306788) to allow higher video resolutions, use the VGA video driver during NOS installation. You can only install this new video driver AFTER the NOS installation is complete. Review Appendix C for full driver installation details. 28. At the OS/2 Setup and Installation screen, uncheck any additional products you will not need and click Install. (By default, all items are selected). NOTE: If you plan on installing with multiple CD-ROM drives, do not select the MMOS/2 option. 29. Under Advanced Options, select add existing programs to your desktop and click OK. 30. At the Information screen, input your personal information and click OK. This step is optional. 31. At the OS/2 Warp Server Setup and Installation screen, check any additional services you require and click OK. 32. At Configuration Screen, click any red arrows and configure necessary options. All gray checks denote default settings, which you may accept or change (it is recommended that all default values at least be reviewed). Teal checks represent acceptably configured and reviewed options. 33. Click the bottom check mark for Adapter and Protocol Services. Add any additional network adapters and necessary protocols. If you are using the integrated 10/100 Mbps Ethernet adapter, select Change Adapter, then Other Adapter. Insert Ethernet Support Diskette 1 of 2 into the floppy drive and click OK. Select AMD PCNet Family Ethernet Adapter and under Type of LAN select Ethernet and click OK. 34. When all options are correctly configured, click Install, then OK to complete the installation. 35. The primary copy then begins, Installation of Warp Server SMP is complete. The system will reboot twice before file copying is complete. 36. Install FixPak 32 or later, LANServer FixPak IP08503 and, MPTS FixPak WR08503. See Appendix C for further details. Appendix A Quick Install for Experienced Users: NOTE: OS/2 currently only supports one CD-ROM device installed in the server during NOS installation. Additional CD-ROM devices can be installed into the server AFTER Completion of the NOS installation (Refer to APAR PJ24628 for more information). Verify that there is only one CD-ROM device in the server before continuing. 1. Install the desired number of hot-swap hard drives into the hot-swap bays beginning at the top and proceeding downward. 2. If any ISA devices are installed (or will be installed) that need IRQs (or other system resources such as I/O ports or memory) reserved, go into the BIOS settings and choose Plug and Play and then the desired resource type you wish to reserve. Change the desired resource from Plug and Play to ISA Legacy. 3. On a separate machine, copy IPSRAID.ADD from the PC ServeRAID Device Driver and Utilities Diskette onto the OS/2 Diskette 1 for CD-ROM. Use a standard text editor to add the following line to the top of CONFIG.SYS on the OS/2 Diskette 1 for CD-ROM. SET COPYFROMFLOPPY=1 BASEDEV=IPSRAID.ADD 4. Insert Installation Diskette for CD-ROM into the floppy drive and the OS/2 Warp Server Version 4 Advanced SMP CD into the CD-ROM drive and boot the server. 5. After formatting, OS/2 will perform an operating system file copy. When the file copy is complete, the system will beep and display a panel asking you to press Enter to reboot or F3 to exit to a command prompt. Press F3 to exit to a command prompt. Copy the IPSRAID.ADD driver for the PC ServeRAID II Adapter to the C: drive. Then remove OS/2 Diskette 1 for CD-ROM and reboot the server. Failure to copy this driver file to the hard drive may result in data corruption . 6. Accept default SVGA video driver and click OK, then click OK again at System Configuration screen. NOTE: If you intend on using the S3 TRIO 64V+ device driver which shipped with the system on the OS/2 Device Drivers for S3 TRIO 64V+ Diskette V3.03.14 diskette (part number 4306788) to allow higher video resolutions, use the VGA video driver during NOS installation. You can only install this new video driver AFTER the NOS installation is complete. Review Appendix C for full driver installation details. 7. At Configuration Screen, click the bottom check mark for Adapter and Protocol Services. Add any additional network adapters and necessary protocols. If you are using the integrated 10/100 Mbps Ethernet adapter, select Change Adapter, then Other Adapter. Insert Ethernet Support Diskette 1 of 2 into the floppy drive and click OK. Select AMD PCNet Family Ethernet Adapter and under Type of LAN select Ethernet and click OK. 8. Install FixPack 32 or later, MPTS FixPack WR08503, and LANServer 5.0 FixPack IP080503 - see Appendix B for details. Appendix B Installing FixPak 32, MPTS WR08503 and, LANServer IP08503 on OS/2 Warp Server SMP v4.0 WHERE YOU CAN FIND FIXPACK 32 AND RELATED NECESSARY FIXES: Fixpack 32: -us/xr_w032/ LANServer IP08503: _smp/english-us/ip08503/ MPTS WR08503: -us/wr08503_smp/ NOTE: The above filenames and directories may vary slightly depending upon the language you choose to use. Beginning at the directory enables choosing different language FixPaks (where is one of the three products listed in the above FTP sites). WHERE YOU CAN FIND CSF (Corrective Services Facility) (excerpted from README.1ST of Fixpack 32) The Corrective Service Facility disk images are available in the WKICKR.ZIP file from many places, including, but not limited to, the following:


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