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Accessing Data On OS/2 JFS Partitions With GNU/Linux Debian.

Coming from OS/2 and learning my first GNU/Linux commands at the OS/2 command shell -in an ported public domain Korn shell (ksh) emulated environment- I can not help but peek, once in a while, into the pond from which I emerged. More here

A couple of days ago, I visited the OS/2 World forum and scrolled the initial page for something new. Perhaps, I thought, Serenity Systems International -the last vendor of an fixpacked OS/2 known as eComStation- might have developed an booting procedure or hack that emulated the Linux booting procedure.

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