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  • 2014 Videos Online

    Miss the 2014 event? Couldn't catch the live stream? Thinking about coming to Warpstock 2015, but not sure about the session content or presenter/attendee

    abwillis1 5 days ago
  • Warpstock 2015 Logo

    Warpstock Corporation is proud to announce the approval of the official event logo for 2015: To add this logo to your website, please visit the Warpstock 2015

    abwillis1 5 days ago
  • Warpstock 2015 Registration Now Open

    Warpstock is the annual conference for OS/2 and eComStation users, administrators, and developers. Warpstock 2015 will be held at the Drury Plaza Hotel

    abwillis1 14 days ago
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This mailing list is for people interested in creating OS/2 device drivers. It is not a list for learning where certain drivers can be obtained - there are other resources for that. It is also not a list for help with driver installation, unless you're trying to install a driver that you've written. In general, you should only post questions to the list if it will help you write a device driver or write an application that talks to a device driver.

If you post an off-topic message, you will most likely be removed from the list and banned from ever joining again. Job postings are specifically prohibited.

Discussions and questions of all kinds of OS/2 device drivers are welcome - physical device drivers (PDDs), installable file system (IFS) drivers, virtual device drivers (VDDs), printer drivers, graphics drivers (both GRADD and pre-GRADD), etc. Topics of discussion include: how to create a driver, questions and problems with the documentation, help with fixing bugs in your drivers, porting drivers from other operating systems to OS/2, how the OS/2 kernel works, etc.

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* Official language is English. Not all subscribers are U.S. citizens, so make sure everyone understands you.
* Do not email attachments, regardless of size. They will be stripped from your email. Instead, upload them to the files area.
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* Please do not use all capital letters (don't YELL).
* Responses like RTFM aren't very useful. (RTFM on this list stands for "Read The Freakin' Manual!")
* Only plain-text email. No HTML or Outlook format, including messages that are both HTML and plain text (it just wastes space and time).

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