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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".
Ibm Os 2 Warp 45 Iso Download
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.
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.
EnvelopeAuxiliary Tray Trays 1/2 Trays 3/4/5 Tray-------------- ------------- ------------- --------Copier/Xerographic 64 - 90 gsm 64 - 90 gsm 64 - 90 gsm NRPaper (17 - 24 lb) (17 - 24 lb) (17 - 24 lb)Card Stock 190gsm HAGAKI NR NR NRUp to 165 gsm(Up to 110 lb)Labels (Paper) Up to 165 gsm NR NR NR(Up to 110 lb)Transparencies(2) .099 - .114 mm .099 - .114 mm NR NR(thickness) (.0039 - .0045 in.) (.0039 - .0045 in.)Envelopes Various types NR NR Various typesUp to 105 gsm Up to 105 gsmDrilled Hole Stock Supported Supported Supported NRNR is Not RecommendedNote: (1) Some print media, although they may conform to size and weight specifications, may still function poorly in your printer. Print quality, jam rates, fuser life and output stacking canbe affected by the printing environment (temperature and humidity) and characteristics of the paper (structure, moisture content, smoothness, grain direction or thickness); refer to IBM Document G544-3915 for exact paper specifications. IBM STRONGLY RECOMMENDS YOU TEST SMALL AMOUNTS OF PRINT MEDIA USING YOUR PRINTING APPLICATION BEFORE PURCHASING LARGE QUANTITIES OF THE MEDIA OR RUNNING LARGE PRINT VOLUMES.(2) Clear transparent film for laser printers or plain paper copiers is recommended.Paper Handling Options2,500 Sheet Input (High Capacity)The additional 500-sheet (tray 3), 1000-sheet (tray 4), and 1000-sheet (tray 5) are added as a single unit for a total capacity of 2,500 sheets. See the supported paper size list above.500-Sheet Paper TrayExtra or replacement tray for the 500-sheet paper drawers.200-Sheet Face-up Output BinThis bin is installed on the left side of the printer. Paper capacity is up to 200 sheets, face-up and non-collated. The standard 500-sheet output tray is face-down only. See the supported paper size list above.Envelope FeederThe envelope feeder is installed in the auxiliary tray slot (auxiliary tray must be removed). The envelope feeder can hold up to 100 envelopes. See the supported paper size list above.2,000-Sheet FinisherThe finisher attaches to the right side of the printer. It comes with 3 bins, each with 670 sheet (unstapled) capacity, as well as a stapling function. Each bin can be assigned to a department or the bins can be linked together. The finisher has two position job offset. The standard output bin can still be used, but its capacity is reduced to 300 sheets.The stapler can staple up to 50 sheets of 20 lb. paper per job. It has 4 staple positions:Corner staple (both portrait and landscape orientation)Edge staple (double staple for both portrait and landscape orientation)Each output bin can handle multiple stapled jobs.AFP/IPDS Feature Enhancement for Infoprint 32 and 40This feature offers the following new function: AFP/IPDS (Advanced Function Presentation/Intelligent Printer Data Stream) Outline Fonts, 240 PEL Raster Fonts and Font Resource Capture. The current AFP/IPDS option part numbers are not changing for Infoprint 32 and 40.End-users and resellers can update current Infoprint 32s, 40s with AFP/IPDS options (Feature 4820, P/N 90H3547) to obtain these new enhancements.AFP/IPDS DBCS Resource HDD feature on Infoprint 32, and 40In addition to the AFP/IPDS enhancements, a new Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is available with preloaded Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) Outline Font Resources. This is important for applications that use double byte characters. This feature requires the AFP/IPDS feature (feature number 4820) described above be installed as a pre-requisite.Operator DisplayThe Operator Panel consists of 8 keys, 4 LED status indicators, and a 2x16 character display.The 8 keys consist of the following: On-line, Continue, Enter, Cancel Print, Menu, Item, Value (plus or minus), ShiftThe 4 Status Indicators are: On-line, Continue, Busy, AttentionPrinter status, intervention conditions, and menu items may be displayed.MemoryStandard memory is 8 MB for Models 1 and 2, 16 MB for Model 3 (100V-Japan)Maximum memory of 64 MB, expandable in 4/8/16/32 MB incrementsOptional high capacity hard driveThere are two customer benefits using this option.PCL fonts, PCL macros, PostScript fonts, and PostScript macros may be downloaded and permanently stored on the hard drive via the Network Printer Resource Utility (See Software Requirements). Fonts and macros may be individually deleted from the hard drive.This option is required for using the copier-like function, "RePro", for printing multiple original copies.Optional flash memory for resource storage (One SIMM Slot - 2 MB or 4 MB SIMMs).PCL fonts, PCL macros, and PostScript fonts including signatures may be downloaded and permanently stored on the Flash memory. Fonts and macros may be individually deleted from the flash memory.Memory requirements are as follows (see note 1 below):
Infowindow II displays (3477/3487)The ASCII data stream can also be sent to this printer when attached directly to a Token-Ring or Ethernet LAN via the OS/400 TCP/IP Line Printer Requester (LPR) and Line Printer Daemon (LPD).HPT support has the following limitations:No host selection of envelope tray without modification of the workstation customization objectPCL** Font SupportThe standard resident fonts include the following:35 PCL Outline Fonts (Intellifont**):4 CG Times**4 Univers**4 Univers Condensed4 Courier3 Letter Gothic2 Albertus**3 Antique Olive**1 Clarendon Condensed1 Coronet4 Garamond1 Marigold**4 CG Omega**PCL Bitmapped FontsLinePrinter 16.7 pitch, 8.5 Pt (Portrait)LinePrinter 16.7 pitch, 8.5 Pt (Landscape)18 PCL TrueType Fonts4 Arial4 Times New Roman1 Symbol1 Wingdings**4 Prestige Elite (Addition to standard PCL set)4 Century Schoolbook (Addition to standard PCL set)PCL DBCS (Optional)Simplified Chinese7,445 charactersSTSongSTKAISTHeiTraditional Chinese13,520 charactersMSungGB5-LightMHeiGB5-MediumPostScript SupportThe Adobe PostScript SIMM includes the following 136 fonts:Typeface # of Fonts Typeface # of Fonts-------- ---------- -------- ----------Albertus 3 Marigold 1AntiqueOlive 4 Monaco 1Apple Chancery 1 MonaLisa-Recut 1AvantGarde 4 NewCenturySchlbk 4Bodoni 6 NewYork 1Bookman 4 Optima 4Carta 1 Oxford 1Clarendon 3 Palatino 4CooperBlack 2 StempelGaramond 4Copperplate 2 Symbol 1Coronet 1 Tekton 1Courier 4 Times 4GillSans 9 Univers 14Eurostile 4 Wingdings 1Geneva 1 ZapfChancery 1Goudy 5 ZapfDingbats 1Helvetica 4 ArialMT 4Helvetica Narrow 4 TimesNewRomanPS 4HoeflerText 5 Helvetica Condensed 4JoannaMT 4 Chicago 1LetterGothic 4LubalinGraph 4The following Adobe PostScript 2 fonts are not part of the Adobe PostScript 3 set:ACaslon-Regular Formata-ItalicACaslon-Italic Formata-MediumACaslon-Semibold Formata-MediumItalicACaslon-SemiboldItalic Formata-RegularAGaramond-Regular KaufmanAGaramond-Bold Lithos-BlackAGaramond-BoldItalic Lithos-RegularAGaramond-Italic ParisianAmericana ParkAvenueAmericana-ExtraBold Poetica-SuppOrnamentsBarmeno-Bold Tekton-BoldBarmeno-ExtraBold Trajan-BoldBarmeno-Medium WoodtypeOrnamanets-TwoBarmeno-RegularBlackoakAdobe PostScript 3 offers the following additional function beyond Level 2:Advanced Page ProcessingMore standard resident fonts, 136, which minimizes required font downloadsFaster performance, on simple and complex applicationsMore efficient and smaller data stream creationEnhanced Image TechnologyImproved grey scale output quality for image applicationsRecognition of image objects for high speed processingPostScript and PAGES & ESC/P DBCSJapaneseHeisei Mincho (W3)**Heisei Kaku Gothic (W5)**PostScript fonts are not accessible via IPDS, nor can PostScript access IPDS fonts.Printer DriversThe following SBCS ASCII drivers are available:Driver Name Operating System Support--------------------- ------------------------Windows for PCL5e Windows 3.1/3.11/95/98,WIN-OS/2 forOS/2 2.11 and WarpWindows NT for PCL5e Windows NT 4.0Windows for PostScript 2/3 Windows 3.1/3.11/95/98,Win-OS/2 forOS/2 2.11 and WarpWindows NT for PostScript 2 Windows NT 4.0OS/2 PCL5e OS/2 2.11, WarpOS/2 PostScript 2 OS/2 2.11, WarpAIX PCL5e AIX 3.2.5, 4.1 and higherAIX PostScript 2/3 AIX 3.2.5, 4.1 and higherMacintosh PostScript 2/3 MAC OS 7.5.5 through 8.0Sun PCL5e Solaris 2.3 and higherPostScript 2/3SCO UNIX PCL5ePostScript 2/3 SCO UNIX OPENDESKTOP 3, SCO UNIX OPENSERVER 5, SCO UNIX 3.2V4.2HP-UX PCL5ePostScript 2/3 HP-UX 9.0x, HP-UX 10.0xThe following DBCS ASCII drivers are available:Driver Operating Systems Supported------ ---------------------------Windows Japanese PostScript Windows 95 Japanese VersionWindows NT Japanese PostScript Windows NT 4.0Windows Japanese PostScript Windows 95 Japanese VersionWindows NT Japanese PCL5e Windows NT 4.0Windows Simplified Chinese PCL5e P-Windows 3.2, Windows 95(S-C), NT4.0 (S-C)Windows Traditional Chinese PCL5e T-Windows 3.1, Windows 95(T-C), NT4.0 (T-C)OS/2 Japanese Postscript Warp JOS/2 Simplified Chinese PCL5e Warp S-COS/2 Traditional Chinese PCL5e Warp T-CMacintosh Japanese PostScript KanjiTalk 7.5/7.6Macintosh Japanese PostScript MAC OS 8.0Japanese PAGES & ESC/P Windows 3.1/95J/98J, NT 3.51/4.0, OS/2 Warp J V3 and above, OS/2J2.11 (1)Note: Japanese support available at Japan GABi-di function includes:Auto-configuration of drivers and printer status for OS/2Drivers are shipped on CD-ROM with the printer. Drivers are also available from the IBM Printing Systems Company Home Page at: Refer to SBCS/DBCS Drivers screen text for translation information.Software SolutionsNetwork Printer Resource Utility (NPRU)NPRU is an application that provides a repository (resource inventory) for fonts and overlays (macros) on a workstation with access to an IBM printer. Once a font or overlay has been added to the NPRU inventory, it can be downloaded to temporary or permanent RAM on the printer or to a Flash or Hard Drive option if available.The font formats supported are PCL Intellifonts, TrueType and PostScript Type 1. Fonts and overlays that are downloaded are available to workstation applications when the network printer drivers are selected. NPRU is a separate program that uses the printer drivers to download. It is supported for:Operating System Data Stream---------------- -----------OS/2 PCL5e, PostScript 2Windows 3.1x PCL5eWindows 95 PCL5eAIX 3.2.5, AIX 4.1 and higher PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)Sun Solaris 2.3 and higher PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)SCO UNIX OPENSERVER, PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)SCO UNIX OPENDESKTOP, PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)SCO UNIX 3.2V4.2 PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)HP-UX 9.0x, HP-UX 10.0x PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)The NPRU is shipped with the printer, and is available on the IBM Printing Systems Company Home Page at: IBM Network Printer Manager (NPM) UtilityIBM provides the Network Printer Manager (NPM) Utility with an easy- to-use graphical interface for network administrators. NPM runs on these client platforms:Microsoft Windows 95 and NT 4.0Web Browser (Windows NT Servers)NPM helps users install and configure IBM network printers in LANs, including Novell 3.x and 4.X networks. NPM monitors printers and provides printer status using the industry-standard, open-systems SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Printer MIB and private enterprise MIBs. Some examples of the information available using SNMP are: on/offline, paper jam, out of toner, output tray full, input tray empty, and information about the printer's configuration, capacity, and number of pages printed.NPM uses the following protocols: