Wed, 06 Dec 95 02:02:36 EST
From: I. Ari Widodo, JAKVM001(ISTIARI), firstname.lastname@example.org
IBMMAIL(IDIBMPTM), IBM Indonesia
Open Client/Server and Advanced Technology Centre
>> To: email@example.com
>> Date: Mon, 4 Dec 1995 14:35:23 -0600 (CST)
>> From: Lolo LaSida <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Subject: Win 32s, etc
>I'm not familiar at all with 32-bit MS Windows environment, but I need o
>> set it up on my computer at home, which currently is running OS/2.
>> Any suggestion on how to start, where to get to dll's, etc?
>> My intention is to be able to run Java applets at home.
>> Lolo LaSida
>> IBM infoMarket Search
>ps: thanks for all the replies I've been getting on my previous queries
>> You guys are very helpful!!
for my understanding,
you're trying to run JAVA applets on OS/2, is it ?
Currently, JAVA alpha released by Sun are for Solaris, Win'95, and WinNT
It seems that you'd like to run the Win95 or WinNT version on WIN-OS/2.
I don't think that's gonna be possible, since those Win95 and WinNT
version are NOT running on Win 3.1; though Win 3.1 support Win32S, which
is the subset of Win32.
I don't know whether JAVA for Win95 and WinNT using native Win32, but
from that statement, it's obvious.
For your info, Win-OS/2 only support Win32S for certain relese version
(i can't recall it...).
So, is it hopeless ?
Absolutely not !!
Since IBM also licenses JAVA, NOW, it is already available the version
for AIX and OS/2 ones. Well... still for internal use only yet...
So, if you're able to access IBM Internal network, you can download
the OS/2 version from IBM Hursley, UK.....(using your Web Browser)..
and having your JAVA applet running on your OS/2 NATIVE....
So... happy trying......:)
I. Ari Widodo, Landmark Tower A, 30th.fl.
Phone # 62-21-2512922, Fax # 62-21-2512933
Jakarta, 12910, Indonesia