||Collaborating in the OS/2-eCS community
In this session Martin will show the collaboration tools that we have on the OS/2-eCS community
and how can we collaborate in benefit of the platform.
||A tour of Alex Taylor's applications
||Configuring SAMBA for OS/2
||This presentation is a tour of installing and configuring SAMBA for OS/2. Examples will show eComStation sharing files with Windows, Macs, smartphones and tablets.
||how to resolve conflicts along the LIBPATH, especially with RPM/YUM vs. other installers.
||Printing with CUPS on OS/2 & eComStation
||Information on using CUPS (Common Unix Printing System) with OS/2 and
eComStation. How it works, and how to buy a printer that is likely to
be able to be supported on OS/2.
||Kerberos: What it is, Why it's important, and How to use it
||Kerberos is a mature authentication and encryption mechanism, developed
at MIT in the 1980's. In this session, we'll discuss the two main
distributions of Kerberos 5, MIT and Heimdal, their uses, and
specifically, how to use Heimdal Kerberos to authenticate against
Microsoft Active Directory to map SAMBA shares on current Windows
servers and AD-controlled NAS devices. We'll also discuss the new
Netlabs Kerberos project and what it means for the future of OS/2 and
eComStation as a sustainable network client.
|Lewis Rosenthal, Steven Levine and David Azarewicz
||Arca Noae News
||There's more to Arca Noae than a funny name, driver updates, and an upcoming new SNAP|
||Arca Noae SNAP Graphics
||details to be announced|
||Attendees take turns explaining what they do with OS/2|
|Presenters and Attendees
Use the expertise present to get answers to problems. Problems to be submitted to email@example.com beforehand and taken from attendees at the conference.
The special thing about firstname.lastname@example.org is that in order for the message to be received, it *must* be cc'd to email@example.com. A message sent to either address, is simply blackholed, and a message sent to enable with a cc to presenters is likewise discarded.
||Arca Noae Device Drivers: Recent Progress and Future Plans
||In this session, we will review the progress and future plans of some key drivers for OS/2. We will cover some of the issues that were encountered and the solutions that were implemented. There should also be time to address questions from the audience. There has been some exciting progress in the past several months so you do not want to miss this session.|
||The history and future of the OS/2 VOICE foundation
||Closing comments and drawing