upgrade from what? - OS2

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  1. upgrade from what?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=7136224497

    is what is entitled "IBM OS/2 WARP SERVER V4 UPGRADE *SEALED." In the
    description, the seller says, "IBM OS/2 WARP SERVER V4 Upgrade from LS
    3.XE Client support for OS/2, DOS & Windows, CD-ROM. IBM P/N:
    25H8009"

    What is LS 3.XE?

    Thanks,

    Dan


  2. Re: upgrade from what?

    On Sat, 19 Feb 2005 16:22:46 UTC, "Dan-the-K"
    wrote:

    > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=7136224497
    >
    > is what is entitled "IBM OS/2 WARP SERVER V4 UPGRADE *SEALED." In the
    > description, the seller says, "IBM OS/2 WARP SERVER V4 Upgrade from LS
    > 3.XE Client support for OS/2, DOS & Windows, CD-ROM. IBM P/N:
    > 25H8009"
    >
    > What is LS 3.XE?


    LAN Server version 3, extended edition.

    --
    Bob Eager



  3. Re: upgrade from what?

    So I can't use it unless I have the LAN Server?

    Drat.


  4. Re: upgrade from what?

    On Sat, 19 Feb 2005 17:45:54 UTC, "Dan-the-K"
    wrote:

    > So I can't use it unless I have the LAN Server?


    Legally, no. In practice, there may not be a 'sniffer', or it might be
    possible to circumvent it.

    Of course, I could not possibly comment further :-)

    --
    Bob Eager



  5. Re: upgrade from what?

    Well, its mine. Ebay frowns on bid retractions.

    Dan


  6. Re: upgrade from what?

    ["Followup-To:" header set to comp.os.os2.misc.]

    On 2005-02-19, Dan-the-K wrote:
    > So I can't use it unless I have the LAN Server?
    >
    > Drat.


    No, you can use it. All it is is the LAN Server extensions to the base
    OS/2 pacakge.

    --

    John (john@os2.dhs.org)

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