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New Why on earth is an office tied to OS/2? ;)
Two out of three people wonder where the other one is.
New Because . . .
. . OS/2 is very good at running DOS programs. Each workstation has 3 to 6 DOS windows open at any one time, they are used intensively, and extremely fast network response is expected.

And those DOS applications aren't going away because the owners feel they are a very major reason they have been able to thrash the competition and become multi-millionaires. They can answer in seconds inquiries their much larger competitors take up to half an hour on.

And because I wrote those programs and don't care to rewrite them for some other OS.
[link|http://www.aaxnet.com|AAx]
New Could you drop a nix server in?
And run openoffice on that?
Too much of today's music is fashionable crap dressed as artistry.Adrian Belew
New He already has a Linux server . . .
. . with RAID1, and an identical backup server that updates by NFS every evening just before the backup tape is run, and then the backup zip drive is written (he doesn't like the idea of losing data or having a server down).

There is an X client for OS/2 but it looks pretty complicated to install.
[link|http://www.aaxnet.com|AAx]
New Can't be any more complicated than this problem :-)
Too much of today's music is fashionable crap dressed as artistry.Adrian Belew
New Hoblink is not bad at all for that.
Take a look see at that one....
     The horrors of Open Office - (Andrew Grygus) - (23)
         What a nightmare. - (Another Scott) - (5)
             No, it's not to be found there. - (Andrew Grygus) - (4)
                 What version of TCP/IP stack? -NT - (n3jja) - (3)
                     The stack isn't the problem part . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (2)
                         check your email to continue discussion. ;-) -NT - (n3jja) - (1)
                             Reply sent. -NT - (Andrew Grygus)
         why on earth is an office tool tied to an IP stack? -NT - (boxley) - (9)
             Ain't got a clue . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (1)
                 hmmm, any way to make it think that it found it? - (boxley)
             That's what *she* said :-D -NT - (imqwerky)
             Why on earth is an office tied to OS/2? ;) -NT - (Meerkat) - (5)
                 Because . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (4)
                     Could you drop a nix server in? - (bepatient) - (3)
                         He already has a Linux server . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (2)
                             Can't be any more complicated than this problem :-) -NT - (bepatient)
                             Hoblink is not bad at all for that. - (jake123)
         Working now. - (Andrew Grygus) - (6)
             Oh, so it was that easy? Then WTH took you so long? -NT - (CRConrad)
             It's a good thing you get paid by the hour, isn't it? ;-) - (Another Scott) - (4)
                 on jobs like that you never bill all yer hours - (boxley) - (3)
                     Concur - (jbrabeck)
                     Depends - (crazy)
                     Yup, they'll get billed for some development time . . . - (Andrew Grygus)

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