Argus/Radius would be the best option, but not sure if such a beast
exists in the OS/2 world.
All you need to do with this is ensure that SIO is configured properly anda
way you go. If you decide to use this one we can help you in theADEPT_SYSOP
Hope this helps. Keep us posted.
I'll pick up BinkD & give it a shot - geez I hate changing platforms -
& considering that it's been about 5 years since I last used OS/2 -
I'm also a little rusty :-) Still it'll be nice to get away from the crash-prone XP !
radius is written in delphi... if there is a delphi compatible
compiler for OS/2, then it may be possible to port it over...
radius is written in delphi... if there is a delphi
compatible compiler for OS/2, then it may be possible to
port it over...
Delphi doesn't do OS/2, unfortunately....
but maybe you could port it via Free Sybil or something?
right, that's why i stated "delphi compatible compiler" ;)
i don't know what is delphi compatible any more... it might be
interesting to see a kylix version operating under XFree86 OB-)
I switched back from Synchronet and W2K to BinkleyTerm/Squish/Maximus. ;)
Don't let the Synchro crowd hear that - they'llbe after your blood :-)
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