Re: (Copy) About CU-SeeMe on OS/2 Warp with win-os2

Karl-Heinz Gasper (
Thu, 10 Aug 1995 16:31:59 +0000

>Though I am very interested in CU-SeeMe,
>I use OS/2 Warp with win-os2 and there is no CU-SeeMe version for OS/2.
>So I tried running CU-SeeMe on win-os2.
>But the result is not good.
>The SU-SeeMe showed error massege and stopped.
>Do you know whether the above thing is possible or not.
>It is appreciated if you answer quickly.
> <== this address cannot be used!
>Koji Wakamiya (from Japan)
Hi Koji,
here I have a short instruction which perhaps will help you!
It comes from a different e-Mail but interesting! Perhaps it may help!

Instructions for OS/2 Warp BLUE Spine (WIN/OS2).

After many months of testing, I have setup my PC to run CU-SeeMe from the OS/2
Presentation Manager. Fellow OS/2 users; follow these instructions and
CU-SeeMe does indeed work with the IBM DIAL UP TCPIP provided by IBM.

1. Ensure the following is contained in your config.sys:
SET ETC=d:\tcpip\etc
SET TMP=d:\tcpip\tmp
RUN=d:\tcpip\bin\ifconfig.exe lo <===get the gravy cooking

2. !Importante! Your autoexec.bat should make *no* references to hidden
winsock.dll's found amoung Windoze applications (I got'em, so do you). Keep
it simple:

Note: There are no references to LAN Work Place or other stacks.

3. Place binaries in directory D:\TCPIP\DOS\BIN\CUSEEME. I have resolv copied
in there as well.

4. After you have sucessfully logged on to your internet provider, ensure you
have entered you assigned IP address in the host file; I am assuming that PPP
is being used (SLIP users should hard code their address): SteveB

For quick access, copy EDITOR to the folder that contains CUSM and point the
working directory to :
D:\TCPIP\DOS\ETC\HOSTS and the parameters to HOSTS.

5. Start CU-SeeMe.

Karl-Heinz e-Mail: ( G ermany )