Blonde Guy

OS/2 Warp provides a stable, efficient operating system for Intel x86 computers. I use OS/2 Warp to host my web applications, and I also present valuable information for other OS/2 users, especially those who wish to host web applications.


Click the bug blue button for Blonde Guy's home network essay Building a home network
I have more than one computer in my home. Even if I only had one, I would still need a network to use DSL or a Cable Modem. This section shows how I set up a home network. Instructions for the InJoy Firewall are also included.

Click the bug blue button for Blonde Guy's InJoy Firewall essay InJoy Firewall
I've produced a detailed user guides InJoy Firewall, standard edition, which I use to do Network Address Translation so all the machines on my home network can share one DSL connection.

Click the bug blue button for Blonde Guy's Wireless networking essay Wireless networking
A description of my WiFi 802.11b networking setup under OS/2 and eComStation. Links to available hardware are included.

Click the bug blue button for Blonde Guy's VNC essay Virtual Network Computing
How to set up the VNC server and client under OS/2 for remote desktop control.
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