IBM OPERATING SYSTEM/2(TM) STANDARD EDITION, VERSION 1.1
AVAILABILITY & UPGRADE OFFERING
o 5601-092 (07F4879) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - English

Contents


Announcement Letter Number ZP88-0533 dated November 22, 1988
Europe Middle East Africa - Last Revised on November 22, 1988



Brief Description of Announcement, Charges, and Availability

Customer Letter Section


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                                                        ZP88-0533
IBM   OPERATING  SYSTEM/2(TM)  STANDARD    EDITION,  VERSION  1.1
AVAILABILITY & UPGRADE OFFERING
o 5601-092 (07F4879) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - English
o 5601-092 (07F4884) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - Danish
o 5601-092 (07F4889) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - Finnish
o 5601-092 (07F4880) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - French
o 5601-092 (07F4881) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - German
o 5601-092 (07F4882) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - Italian
o 5601-092 (07F4885) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - Dutch
o 5601-092 (07F4886) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - Norwegian
o 5601-092 (07F4887) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - Portuguese
o 5601-092 (07F4883) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - Spanish
o 5601-092 (07F4888) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" - Swedish
o 5601-092 (07F4890) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - English
o 5601-092 (07F4895) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - Danish
o 5601-092 (07F4900) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - Finnish
o 5601-092 (07F4891) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - French
o 5601-092 (07F4892) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - German
o 5601-092 (07F4893) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - Italian
o 5601-092 (07F4896) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - Dutch
o 5601-092 (07F4897) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - Norwegian
o   5601-092   (07F4898)  OS/2  Standard  Edition  V1.1  5.25"  -
Portuguese
o 5601-092 (07F4894) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - Spanish
o 5601-092 (07F4899) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" - Swedish
o 5601-092 (07F4906) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1  3.5"  Upgrade  -
English
o  5601-092  (07F4911)  OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" Upgrade -
Danish
o 5601-092 (07F4916) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1  3.5"  Upgrade  -
Finnish
o  5601-092  (07F4907)  OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" Upgrade -
French
o 5601-092 (07F4908) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1  3.5"  Upgrade  -
German
o  5601-092  (07F4909)  OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" Upgrade -
Italian
o 5601-092 (07F4912) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1  3.5"  Upgrade  -
Dutch
o  5601-092  (07F4913)  OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" Upgrade -
Norwegian
o 5601-092 (07F4914) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1  3.5"  Upgrade  -
Portuguese
o  5601-092  (07F4910)  OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 3.5" Upgrade -
Spanish
o 5601-092 (07F4915) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1  3.5"  Upgrade  -
Swedish
o  5601-092  (07F4917) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" Upgrade -
English
o 5601-092 (07F4922) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25"  Upgrade  -
Danish
o  5601-092  (07F4927) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" Upgrade -
Finnish
o  5601-092  (07F4918) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" Upgrade -
French
o 5601-092 (07F4919) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25"  Upgrade  -
German
o  5601-092  (07F4920) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" Upgrade -
Italian
o 5601-092 (07F4923) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25"  Upgrade  -
Dutch
o  5601-092  (07F4924) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" Upgrade -
Norwegian
o 5601-092 (07F4925) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25"  Upgrade  -
Portuguese
o  5601-092  (07F4921) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25" Upgrade -
Spanish
o 5601-092 (07F4926) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 5.25"  Upgrade  -
Swedish
o  5601-092  (07F7704)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - English (3.5")
o 5601-092 (07F8664)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - Danish (3.5")
o  5601-092  (38F1417)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - Finnish (3.5")
o 5601-092 (07F8453)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - French (3.5")
o  5601-092  (07F8454)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - German (3.5")
o 5601-092 (07F8455)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - Italian (3.5")
o  5601-092  (07F8665)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - Dutch (3.5")
o 5601-092 (38F1053)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - Norwegian (3.5")
o  5601-092  (38F1054)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - Portuguese (3.5")
o 5601-092 (07F8663)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - Spanish (3.5")
o  5601-092  (38F1416)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - Swedish (3.5")
o 5601-092 (38F1418)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - English (5.25")
o  5601-092  (38F1423)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - Danish (5.25")
o 5601-092 (07F4902)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - Finnish (5.25")
o  5601-092  (38F1419)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - French (5.25")
o 5601-092 (38F1420)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - German (5.25")
o  5601-092  (38F1421)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - Italian (5.25")
o 5601-092 (38F1292)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - Dutch (5.25")
o  5601-092  (38F1785)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - Norwegian (5.25")
o 5601-092 (38F1786)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - Portuguese (5.25")
o  5601-092  (38F1422)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM OS/2 Standard
Edition V1.1 - Spanish (5.25")
o 5601-092 (07F4901)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition V1.1 - Swedish (5.25")
o  5601-092  (07F4903) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Danish (3.5")
o 5601-092 (08F0388) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Finnish (3.5")
o  5601-092  (07F4904) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to French (3.5")
o 5601-092 (07F4905) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to German (3.5")
o  5601-092  (07F6335) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Italian (3.5")
o 5601-092 (08F0384) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Dutch (3.5")
o  5601-092  (08F0385) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Norwegian (3.5")
o 5601-092 (08F0386) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Portuguese (3.5")
o  5601-092  (07F6336) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Spanish (3.5")
o 5601-092 (08F0387) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Swedish (3.5")
o  5601-092  (08F0389) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Danish (5.25")
o 5601-092 (08F0399) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"

or 5.25") Upgrade to Finnish (5.25")
o  5601-092  (08F0390) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to French (5.25")
o 5601-092 (08F0391) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to German (5.25")
o  5601-092  (08F0392) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Italian (5.25")
o 5601-092 (08F0395) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Dutch (5.25")
o  5601-092  (08F0396) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Norwegian (5.25")
o 5601-092 (08F0397) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Portuguese (5.25")
o  5601-092  (08F0393) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 - English (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Spanish (5.25")
o 5601-092 (08F0398) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 -  English  (3.5"
or 5.25") Upgrade to Swedish (5.25")
o  5775-RCA (07F4928) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 Authorisation to
Copy (ATC)
o  5775-RCA  (07F4939)  OS/2  Standard   Edition   V1.1   Upgrade
Authorisation to Copy (ATC)
o  5775-RCA  (38F1889)  Upgrade  from  DOS  to OS/2 Standard V1.1
Authorisation to Copy (ATC)
o 5775-RCA (38F1890) OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1  English  Upgrade
to language version Authorisation to Copy (ATC)
o  5601-092  (38F3027)  OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 Device Support
Supplement (3.5")
o 5601-092 (38F3038) OS/2 Standard Edition  V1.1  Device  Support
Supplement (5.25")
o  5601-092  (6280212)  OS/2  Technical  Reference  Version 1.1 -
English
o 5601-092 (07F4958) OS/2 Technical Reference Version 1.1 Upgrade
- English
o 5601-093  (6280211)  OS/2  Programmer  Toolkit  Version  1.1  -
English
o  5601-093 (07F4957) OS/2 Programmer Toolkit Version 1.1 Upgrade
- English
The IBM Operating System/2 Standard  Edition  has  been  enhanced
with  the Presentation Manager, which provides a state-of-the-art
graphical interface in a windowed environment for  the  end  user
and  for  a  new generation of applications. IBM OS/2 Version 1.1
implements elements of IBM's Systems Application Architecture  in
the  IBM  workstations  environment.  Development of Presentation
Manager applications is facilitated by  the  IBM  OS/2  Technical
Reference  Version  1.1  and  by the IBM OS/2 Programmer Toolkit,
Version 1.1.
IBM OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1 (English) will be available
30 November  1988.  Translated  versions  of  IBM  OS/2  Standard
Edition  Version  1.1  will be available from First Quarter 1989.
These products will be installable for all  supported  keyboards,
code  pages, and country specific characteristics. In March 1989,
additional device drivers will be  made  available  in  a  Device
Support  Supplement  to  support  a  number  of  IBM printers and
displays. The OS/2 Programmer Toolkit Version 1.1  and  the  OS/2
Technical  Reference  Version  1.1  will  be available in January
1989.
Further  details  of  IBM  Operating  System/2  Standard  Edition
Version  1.1  may  be obtained from the following IBM Programming
Announcements:
o "IBM  Operating  System/2  (TM)  Standard  Edition",  PLET  No.
ZP87-4074, dated 2 April 1987.
o  "IBM  Operating  System/2  (TM)  Standard  Edition",  PLET No.
ZP87-0430, dated 3 November 1987.
Further details of IBM OS/2 Programmer Toolkit  Version  1.1  and
IBM OS/2 Technical Reference Version 1.1 may be obtained from the
following IBM Programming Announcements:
o  "IBM  OS/2(TM)  Programmer  Toolkit  Version  1.1 and IBM OS/2
Technical Reference Version 1.1", PLET  No.  ZP87-4076,  dated  2
April 1987.
o  "IBM  Operating  System/2  (TM)  Standard  Edition",  PLET No.
ZP87-4074, dated 3 November 1987.
UPGRADES
Upgrades to  IBM  Operating  System/2  Version  1.1  can  now  be
obtained from the following products:
o IBM Operating System/2 Version 1.0
o Disk Operating System (DOS)
o English to National Language within IBM OS/2 SE 1.1
o UPGRADE FROM IBM OS/2 STANDARD EDITION VERSION 1.0
Existing  users  of the following products will be able to obtain
upgrades to the equivalent Version 1.1 product.
Title                                Program Number
OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.0       5604-073
OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.0 ATC   5775-RCA
OS/2 Programmer Toolkit Version 1.0     5604-074
OS/2 Technical Reference Version 1.0    5604-073
These upgrades from Version 1.0 are available in any language and
media. For example, order part number 07F4907 to upgrade:
From :                      To :
IBM OS/2 Standard Edition   IBM OS/2 Standard Edition
V1.0 - English              V1.1 - French
(5.25" media)               (3.5" media)
These upgrades from OS/2 Standard  Edition  Version  1.0  can  be
obtained by ordering the following part numbers:
P/N        Upgrade to :
07F4906    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (English)
07F4911    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (Danish)
07F4916    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (Finnish)
07F4907    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (French)
07F4908    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (German)
07F4909    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (Italian)
07F4912    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (Dutch)
07F4913    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (Norwegian)
07F4914    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (Portuguese)
07F4910    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (Spanish)
07F4915    OS/2 SE V1.1 3.5" (Swedish)
07F4917    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (English)
07F4922    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (Danish)
07F4927    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (Finnish)
07F4918    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (French)
07F4919    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (German)
07F4920    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (Italian)
07F4923    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (Dutch)
07F4924    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (Norwegian)
07F4925    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (Portuguese)
07F4921    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (Spanish)
07F4926    OS/2 SE V1.1 5.25" (Swedish)
07F4939    OS/2 SE V1.1 Upgrade Authorisation to Copy
07F4957    OS/2 SE V1.1 Programmer Toolkit - English
07F4958    OS/2 SE V1.1 Technical Reference - English
In  order  to  obtain  the  upgrade, the user will be required to
provide either all diskettes or the front cover of a  publication
from the above products as proof of ownership.
o UPGRADE FROM DOS
Existing  users  of  any  version  of  Disk  Operating System are
entitled to upgrade to IBM OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1  for
a  program  upgrade  charge. This charge will be the same for all
versions of DOS  which  are  entitled  to  upgrade  to  IBM  OS/2
Standard  Edition  Version  1.1. Owners of the following products
will be able to obtain the Upgrade to IBM OS/2  Standard  Edition
Version 1.1, in any language.
Title                                Program Number
DOS Version 1.10 (any language)      5604-002
DOS Version 2.00 (any language)      5604-003
DOS Version 2.10 (any language)      5604-004
DOS Version 3.00 (any language)      5604-005
DOS Version 3.10 (any language)      5604-006
DOS Version 3.20 (any language)      5604-015
DOS Version 3.30 (any language)      5604-025
DOS Version 3.30 ATC (any language)  5775-RCA
DOS Version 4.00 (any language)      5604-264
DOS Version 4.00 ATC (any language)  5775-RCA
For example, order part number 07F8453 to upgrade:
From :                      To :
DOS Version 3.30            IBM OS/2 Standard Edition
- English                   V1.1 - French
(Dual media)                (3.5" media)
This  upgrade  from DOS can be obtained by ordering the following
part numbers:
P/N      Description :
07F7704  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - English (3.5")
07F8664  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Danish (3.5")
38F1417  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Finnish (3.5")
07F8453  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - French (3.5")
07F8454  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - German (3.5")
07F8455  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Italian (3.5")

07F8665  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Dutch (3.5")
38F1053  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Norwegian (3.5")
38F1054  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Portuguese (3.5")
07F8663  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Spanish (3.5")
38F1416  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Swedish (3.5")
38F1418  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - English (5.25")
38F1423  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Danish (5.25")
07F4902  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Finnish (5.25")
38F1419  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - French (5.25")
38F1420  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - German (5.25")
38F1421  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Italian (5.25")
38F1292  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Dutch (5.25")
38F1785  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Norwegian (5.25")
38F1786  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Portuguese (5.25")
38F1422  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Spanish (5.25")
07F4901  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Swedish (5.25")
38F1889  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1
         - Authorisation to Copy (ATC)
In  order  to  obtain  the  upgrade, the user will be required to
provide the front page  of  a  publication  from  the  above  DOS
products as proof of ownership.
o UPGRADE FROM ENGLISH TO NATIONAL LANGUAGE OS/2 SE V1.1
In  addition,  a  user  may obtain an upgrade from English to the
national languages within IBM OS/2  Standard  Edition  V1.1.  For
example, order part number 07F4904 to upgrade:
From :                      To :
IBM OS/2 Standard Edition   IBM OS/2 Standard Edition
V1.1 - English              V1.1 - French
(5.25" media)               (3.5" media)
This  English  to  National  Language  upgrade  can  be  obtained
obtained by ordering the following part numbers:
P/N      Upgrade from :             Upgrade to :
07F4903  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Danish (3.5")
08F0388  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Finnish (3.5")
07F4904  English (3.5" or 5.25")    French (3.5")
07F4905  English (3.5" or 5.25")    German (3.5")
07F6335  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Italian (3.5")
08F0384  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Dutch (3.5")
08F0385  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Norwegian (3.5")
08F0386  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Portuguese (3.5")
07F6336  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Spanish (3.5")
08F0387  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Swedish (3.5")
08F0389  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Danish (5.25")
08F0399  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Finnish (5.25")
08F0390  English (3.5" or 5.25")    French (5.25")
08F0391  English (3.5" or 5.25")    German (5.25")
08F0392  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Italian (5.25")
08F0395  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Dutch (5.25")
08F0396  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Norwegian (5.25")
08F0397  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Portuguese (5.25")
08F0393  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Spanish (5.25")
08F0398  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Swedish (5.25")
38F1890  English (3.5" or 5.25")    Any language or media
                                    Authorisation to Copy
A customer may choose to take the upgrade in a mixture of program
packages and  Authorised  copies  whether  or  not  his  existing
programs are program packages or Authorised copies.
In  order  to  obtain any of these upgrades at upgrade prices the
customer is  required  to  have  Proof  of  Entitlement  for  the
quantity  of upgrades required. Proof of Entitlement is the front
cover of the  manual  from  the  product  that  the  customer  is
upgrading from, or an existing copy authorisation form for one of
the programs listed above.
Customers  should  use  the  Program  Upgrade Order Form which is
available from your IBM Marketing Representative.
Upgrades  are  subject  to specific Terms and Conditions of Use -
see "Terms and Conditions".
The Program Upgrades will available until 30 September 1989.
PLANNED GENERAL AVAILABILITY:
The General Availability of IBM OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1
(English) is 30 November 1988
The General Availability of IBM OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1
(Translated Versions) is from First Quarter 1989
The General Availability of the Device Driver Supplement is March
1989.
The General Availability of IBM OS/2 Programmer  Toolkit  Version
1.1 in January 1989.
The  General Availability of IBM OS/2 Technical Reference Version
1.1 is January 1989.
HIGHLIGHTS
o Presentation  Manager  windows  multiple  applications  on  the
screen.
o  Integration  of  advanced  graphics support into the operating
system.
o High-level interface for creating device  independent  graphics
output.
o  Functions  designed  for  ease  of use to manage applications,
files, and system operation.
o Support for fixed disk partitions greater than 32MB
o Enhanced Spooler capabilities
o Implements elements of  IBM  Systems  Application  Architecture
(SAA).
DESCRIPTION
IBM  OS/2  Standard  Edition Version 1.1 is designed to provide a
state-of-the-art graphical windowed interface for the  end  user,
introduce  a  new  level  of  programming  interface for advanced
graphics and user interface functions,  and  provide  significant
new function for end users and for application developers.
The  Presentation  Manager  user  interface  provides  concurrent
access to applications and system  utilities  by  selecting  from
hierarchical  menus  and  icons  with a mouse or a keyboard in an
easy-to-use windowing environment. The user can control the  size
and  position  of windows on the screen to optimise screen space.
An application can have its  windows  converted  to  an  icon  to
further conserve screen space.  Whenever the user wants to access
the  application  again, the icon is selected and the application
windows will reappear.  The graphical user interface is  designed
to  provide  an intuitive, consistent way for the user to do such
things as specify the actions  to  be  performed,  terminate  the
current  task, get Help information which is relevant to the task
at hand, and scroll through data  which  is  outside  the  window
bounds.  Many  system user interface functions are also available
to application developers, which enables a common user  interface
for   applications   developed  using  the  Presentation  Manager
programming interface.
The user interface  of  OS/2  Version  1.1  complies,  with  some
exceptions,  to  the  Common  User  Access of Systems Application
Architecture. These exceptions are documented in  detail  in  the
OS/2  Programming  Guide  (included  in  the  IBM OS/2 Programmer
Toolkit, Version 1.1).  It  is  IBM's  intention  to  evolve  the
product  toward  full  compliance  with CUA over time. Therefore,
users of OS/2 will  not  only  be  able  to  interact  with  OS/2
facilities and with applications in a consistent manner, but will
gain benefits through transfer of learning, since CUA is designed
for  ease  of  learning  and  use across the range of IBM Systems
Application Architecture applications and environments.
A powerful new interface is also provided to  access  and  manage
the  files  on  disk  or  diskette.  Rather  than  using  complex
commands, the File System allows the user to  see  the  structure
and contents of the directories in a graphical tree format. Icons
are  used  to  identify  the contents of the directories, such as
files, directories, and executable program. This format makes  it
easier  to  understand and use the file system. In addition, many
everyday tasks, such as selecting files  and  moving  or  copying
files   from   one   device  or  directory  to  another,  can  be
accomplished quickly and easily  with  simple  movements  of  the

mouse  or  a  few  keystrokes.  Files  can  be  associated with a
specified program, so that the program is executed  automatically
whenever  the  file is selected. And, of course, the OS/2 command
structure is still available for those who prefer it.
The Presentation Manager user interface is highly consistent with
the DOS Version 4.0 shell. Since OS/2 has  greater  functionality
than  DOS, the Presentation Manager has additional features, such
as  application  windowing,  concurrent  application   execution,
proportional fonts, and a programming interface for developers to
access   system  user  interface  functions.  However,  the  user
interface of the DOS Version 4.0 shell and OS/2 Version  1.1  are
highly  similar,  and will make it easier for users to migrate or
switch from one system to another.
Applications  which  run on OS/2 Version 1.0 will continue to run
on  Version  1.1,  and  do  not  need  to  be  reinstalled.   The
Compatibility Test results outline the exceptions. Many of of the
OS/2 applications will even run in a window without modification;
those  applications  which  are  not windowable will use the full
screen when they are being  accessed.  A  clipboard  facility  is
available  to  allow  the  user,  under  application  control, to
transfer information  between  Presentation  Manager  application
windows.
A  major  new  feature of Version 1.1 is the Presentation Manager
Application Programming Interface (API), called the  Presentation
Interface,  which  is  provided  to enable software developers to
create applications which take advantage  of  the  new  graphics,
user   interface   and  windowing  functions.  This  Presentation
Interface implements a Common Programming Interface of SAA, which
facilitates program portability to other SAA  environments.  This
high-level  API  enables  the application programmer to take full
advantage of the windowing and graphics facilities of the  system
in a device independent manner.
Features of the Presentation Interface are:
o  Applications  can  support  one  or more windows, which can be
organized in an hierarchical parent-child relationship.  A  child
window is contained within its parent and lies on top of it.
o   Applications  can  utilize  many  of  the  functions  of  the
Presentation Manager  user  interface  such  as  pop-up  windows,
action  bars,  pull-downs, scroll bars, specialized pointers, and
selection icons.
o Application programmers may  choose  options  which  assist  in
generating  Common User Access elements and give relief from many
of the details of window and user interface management.
o  Applications   using   the   Presentation   Interface   access
Presentation   Manager  Drivers  which  translate  device  output
requests to the appropriate OS/2 device driver.    In  this  way,
Presentation  Manager  applications have a higher level of device
independence  than  OS/2   applications   written   through   VIO
functions.  Wherever  possible, the Presentation Manager will map
output data and its characteristics to the devices  installed  in
the  system.  In  this  way,  applications  may  utilize  new  or
different output devices without having to be modified to  handle
the new device.
o  Applications  can  take  advantage  of  the extensive graphics
functions  which  are  an  integral  part  of  the   Presentation
Interface:
-  A wide range of graphics primitives, attributes and processing
are supported, including transformation and clipping, correlation
and bounds.
-  The  system font is a proportional font, which provides a more
interesting  and  readable  display   of   textual   information.
Additional  font  typefaces  and  styles  can  be  supported.  In
addition programmers can create their own fonts with the IBM OS/2
Programmer Toolkit, Version 1.1.
- Graphics data may be specified as vector  or  bitmap.    Vector
graphics  provide a device independent form of graphics which may
be preferable for transferring graphics data to other systems  or
for   complex   graphics   operations   such   as   rotation   or
transformation.  Bitmaps  provide  a  device  dependent  form  of
graphics,  which may be preferable for applications which need to
perform fast updates to the display.
- Graphics orders  can  be  retained  in  memory  for  subsequent
manipulation or refresh, or non-retained mode may be specified.
-  Applications  may store and retrieve graphics pictures to/from
metafiles on disk. Metafiles are useful  for  creating  editable,
revisable  pictures  which  may  be  combined  to  create complex
pictures or for interchanging data to other systems.
o The IBM OS/2 Programmer Toolkit, Version 1.1 has been  enhanced
with  tools  which contribute to improved programmer productivity
and facilitate the development of consistent  text  and  graphics
applications  for  the Presentation Manager windowed environment.
These tools include:
- A font editor enables the programmer to define  each  character
of  a  font,  and  save  the  definition as a disk file which may
subsequently be made into a  resource  file  using  the  resource
compiler.
-  A  dialog  editor enables the creation of pop-up windows. This
allows the application writer to define user  interface  controls
for  use in the pop-up windows, and to position them as required.
The definition can be saved in a resource file for  inclusion  in
the application program.
-  A  bitmap/cursor  editor  creates  a  bitmap,  icon, cursor or
pointer. The required shapes are defined in a rectangular  array.
Once  created,  the  objects can be stored in a disk file that is
made into a resource file by using the resource compiler.
-  A  resource  compiler  produces  resource  files  for  use  by
applications.  Input is typically in a source format, generally a
form of natural English text.
-  Files define API functions and  data  structures  needed  when
writing an application.
-  Sample programs illustrate various aspects of the Presentation
Manager API, including the user interface, windowing and graphics
facilities.
Presentation Manager Applications can be written using IBM  Macro
Assembler/2 Version 1.0 or IBM C/2 Version 1.1.
New  facilities  are  provided in IBM Operating System/2 Standard
Edition, Version 1.1 for installation of new device support  into
the  operating  system.  The  base  operating system will contain
device  support  for  the  most  commonly  used   devices.   This
capability  makes  it possible to ship device support independent
of operating system releases, and also makes  it  easier  to  add
support for OEM devices to OS/2.
Key  device support will be provided in IBM OS/2 Standard Edition
Version 1.1 on 30 November 1988. It should be noted that  Version
1.0  applications  and  Version  1.1  applications written to VIO
interfaces (instead of Presentation Manager interfaces) will  use
the  system  device  support provided in OS/2 on 30 November 1988
for all devices.
In March 1989, additional device drivers will be  made  available
in  a  Device  Support  Supplement  to  support  a  number of IBM
printers and displays.
Information is included in the IBM OS/2 Standard Edition  Version
1.1  product to help users determine whether they need to receive
the Device Support Supplement. If the Supplement is needed, users
should  contact  their  IBM  Marketing  Representative   or   IBM
Authorised Remarketer for further information.
This  Device  Support  Supplement  will  be  provided in the same
manner for IBM OS/2 Extended Edition  Version  1.1,  when  it  is
available.
Full  device  support is available for the 4201 Proprinter in IBM
OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1 on  30  November  1988.    This
includes support for Presentation Manager Applications.
The  Device Support Supplement, available in March 1989, includes
support for the following:
o The IBM Color Graphics Adapter and the 64KB  Enhanced  Graphics
Adapter.
NOTE: The 64KB EGA will be supported as a CGA (640 x 200, mono).
Users may want to consider upgrading to a 128KB EGA, a VGA, or an

8514/A  adapter  since the lower resolution and limited color may
be less usable for Presentation Manager.
o  Device support for Presentation Manager applications which use
the Presentation Interface to access the following devices:
- IBM Proprinter(TM) (4202, 4207, 4208)
NOTE: For non-U.S. English versions of OS/2 Standard Edition  the
4207 and 4208 require the Device Support Supplement for code page
switching.
- IBM Graphics Printer (5152)
- IBM Color Printer (5182)
- IBM Quietwriter(R) (5201)
- IBM Quietwriter III (5202)
- IBM Quickwriter(TM) (5204)
NOTE:   The   Quickwriter   is   supported   in  Quietwriter  III
compatibility mode
- IBM 3812 Pageprinter
NOTE: The 3812 is supported in 5152 compatibility mode.
- IBM Wheelprinter (5216)
- IBM Plotters (6180, 6182, 6184, 6186, 7371, 7372, 7374, 7375)
- IBM Color Jetprinter (3852)
A System Editor designed for  ease-of-use  provides  full  screen
editing  capabilities with full contextual help to aid the novice
user. Editor commands may be selected from menus or entered on  a
command  line.  Many of its operations may be tailored to fit the
needs of the user.
Spooler capabilities have been enhanced from  OS/2  Version  1.0.
Text  and  graphics  data can now be spooled to either printer or
plotter devices. Spooler control facilities may be  selected  via
menus  which enable users to take standard defaults or to control
the output. Users can display the status of print jobs,  set  job
priorities,  terminate,  pause or resume jobs and redirect output
to another device.
OS/2 Version 1.1 supports Named Pipes, an  enhanced  Interprocess
Communications facility designed to simplify information exchange
between programs.
Disk  caching  support  is now provided for the IBM PC AT and the
IBM PC XT Model 286 as well as the PS/2.
DOS Compatibility is provided via the DOS  mode  which  allows  a
single  DOS  application  to  be run at a time. DOS mode provides
compatibility with DOS Version 3.3 plus support to  create  fixed
disk  partitions larger than 32MB. Please note, however, that the
interface for DOS mode under OS/2 resembles the DOS  3.3  command
line, not the DOS 4.0 user shell.
NOTE:  If partitions are defined larger than 32MB under OS/2, you
must use IBM Disk Operating System (DOS) Version 4.0 when  IPLing
DOS on the same system.
Other  new  features in DOS Version 4.0 are not supported by OS/2
Version 1.1. For example, programs written  to  the  Lotus(R)*  /
Intel(R)**  Microsoft(R)***  (LIM)  Expanded Memory Specification
(EMS)  are  not  supported  in  DOS  mode,  since  they  are  not
compatible with IBM OS/2 memory management.
* Trademarks
OS/2  and  Operating  System/2  are  trademarks  of International
Business Machines Corporation.
PS/2  and  Personal  System/2  are  trademarks  of  International
Business Machines Corporation.
Personal  Computer  XT  is  a trademark of International Business
Machines Corporation.
Proprinter is a  trademark  of  International  Business  Machines
Corporation.
Quietwriter  is  a  registered  trademark  of  the  International
Business Machines Corporation.
Quickwriter is a trademark of the International Business Machines
Corporation.
Personal Computer AT is a registered trademark  of  International
Business Machines Corporation.
Lotus is a registered trademark of Lotus Development Corporation.
Microsoft  is  a  registered  trademark  of Microsoft Corporation
Intel is a registered trademark of the Intel Corp.
Statement of Intent: Planned Enhancement to OS/2
It is IBM's current intent to provide the  following  enhancement
in a future release of OS/2.
A  utility  to  convert  a  Presentation  Manager metafile to the
format required by GDDM or a GDDM file to a Presentation  Manager
metafile.
IBM's  current  intentions  and  plans  are  subject  to  review.
Announcement of any product will be based upon IBM's business and
technical judgement.
NATIONAL LANGUAGE SUPPORT
IBM Operating System/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1  is  provided
in  the  following  eleven  language  versions  :  Danish  Dutch,
Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish,
Swedish, and English.
PUBLICATIONS
The following publications are separately  available.  To  order,
contact your place of purchase:
   Title                                 Prog No.   Part No.
   -----                                 --------   --------
o  IBM BASIC Reference V3.30 - English   5604-090   6280189
o  IBM BASIC Reference V3.30 - French    5604-090   95X3692
o  IBM BASIC Reference V3.30 - German    5604-090   95X3693
o  IBM BASIC Reference V3.30 - Italian   5604-090   95X3694
o  IBM BASIC Reference V3.30 - Spanish   5604-090   95X3695
   Title                                        Order No.
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o IBM OS/2 SE V1.1 Service Coordinators Guide   SC19-5166
o OS/2 A Business Perspective                   G325-0403
o IBM OS/2 Implementation and Planning Guide    G360-2650-01
o IBM Personal Systems Reference Guide          G360-2669
o IBM OS/2 Standard Edition Specification Sheet G360-2735
o IBM OS/2 Seminar Proceedings,                 G360-7001
  Presentation Manager (Part 1)
o IBM OS/2 Seminar Proceedings,                 G360-7002
  Presentation Manager (Part 2)
o IBM 8514/A Operating System/2 Adapter         G68X-2300
  Interface (diskettes and publication)
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The   IBM  Operating  System/2  Information  and  Planning  Guide
provides information on both the Standard and  Extended  Editions
for application users, programmers and system administrators. The
guide  contains  information  on  the IBM OS/2 components and the
requirements to plan, design, and configure an end user's system.
The  guide  also   contains   information   on   migrating   user
applications from the IBM Personal Computer Disk Operating System
to IBM Operating System/2.
The  BASIC  Reference  Version 3.30 is separately available for a
charge.
One  copy  of  the  IBM OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1 Service
Coordinators Guide must be ordered for  each  Customer  Technical
Support  Location  (CTSL).  To  order, contact your IBM Marketing
Representative. The order details are as follows.
o  IBM OS/2 SE V1.1 Service Coordinators Guide :
   Order Number : SC19-5166   Part Number : 38F3048
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
SPECIFIED OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
MACHINE REQUIREMENTS: The minimum hardware  configuration  is  as
follows:
o  One  of  the  following  system units with a minimum of 2MB of
memory for running OS/2 applications, or a minimum  of  2.5MB  of
memory  for  running  OS/2  and  DOS  applications.  Depending on
application requirements, the system may  actually  be  installed
and  run  in 1.5MB of memory (OS/2 applications) or 2MB of memory
(OS/2  and  DOS  applications);  however,  using  less  than  the
recommended  memory  may  increase  the  time  to switch from one
function to another, reduce throughput and increase the  size  of
the swap file. The actual amount of memory required is a function
of  the working set requirements of the operating system and your
applications. Refer to IBM  Operating  System/2  Information  and
Planning  Guide (G360-2650-01) for assistance in estimating total
memory requirements.
- IBM Personal System/2 Model 30 286 (8530): Model E21
- IBM Personal System/2 Model 50 (8550): Model 021, 031, 061
- IBM Personal System/2 Model 60 (8560): Models 041, 071
- IBM Personal System/2 Model 70 (8570): Models A21, E61, 121
- IBM Personal System/2 Model 80 (8580): Models  041,  071,  111,
311
- IBM Personal Computer AT (R)* (5170): Models 099, 239, 319, 339
-  IBM  Personal Computer AT (5170): Model 068 with fixed disk to
make the system unit equivalent to a Model 099.
- IBM Personal Computer XT (TM)* (5162): Model 286.
NOTE: Support for PC ATs and XT-286s equipped with IBM EGA  (with

64KB) or IBM CGA display adapters will be available in the Device
Support Supplement
- IBM Industrial Computers (7531 and 7532) Model III
- IBM Industrial Computer (7552) Models 040, 540
NOTE:  IBM  Industrial  Computer (7552) model 040 requires 1.44MB
diskette drive and 20MB fixed disk drive.
o One diskette drive (5.25 inch or 3.5 inch,  high  capacity)  as
described below.
o Keyboard
o Display and associated display adapter as described below.
Operating System/2 Supports the following devices:
o Diskette Drives
-  IBM  3.5  inch  high-capacity diskette drive (1.44MB); for the
Personal System/2
- IBM 3.5 inch diskette drive (720KB) for the  Personal  Computer
AT or PC/XT-286
-  IBM  4865,  Model  2.  IBM Personal Computer 3.5 inch External
Diskette Drive (720KB);
- IBM 5.25 inch high-capacity diskette drive (1.2MB);
- IBM 5.25 inch diskette drive (360KB)
- IBM 4869, Model 1. IBM Personal  System/2  5.25  inch  External
Diskette Drive (360KB)
- IBM Personal System/2 5.25 inch External Diskette Drive Adapter
o Fixed Disks
-    IBM  20MB  Fixed  Disk Drive, standard for PS/2 Model 30 286
(E21), Model 50 (021) and PC  XT  286,  also  available  for  the
Personal Computer AT
-  IBM  30MB  Fixed Disk Drive; standard for PS/2 Model 50 (031),
also available for the PC AT
- IBM 44MB Fixed Disk Drive for the PS/2 Models 60, 80
- IBM 60MB Fixed Disk Drive; standard for the PS/2 Model 70 (E61)
and Model 50 (061), also available for the PS/2 Model 50 (021 and
031)
- IBM 70MB Fixed Disk Drive for the PS/2 Models 60, 80
- IBM 115MB Fixed Disk Drive for the PS/2 Model 80
-  IBM  120MB  Fixed  Disk  Drive, standard for the PS/2 Model 70
(A21, 121)
- IBM 314MB Fixed Disk Drive for the PS/2 Model 80
o One of the adapter and display combinations listed below:
- IBM Color/Graphics  Monitor  Adapter  with  IBM  Color  Display
(5153).
NOTE: The CGA will be supported by the Device Driver Supplement.
-  IBM  Enhanced  Graphics  Adapter  with  one  of  the following
displays: IBM Color Display (5153) or IBM Enhanced Color  Display
(5154), or the IBM Industrial Graphics Display (7534)
NOTE: The EGA with 64KB of memory will be supported as a CGA (640
x 200, mono). This support and the support for the IBM 5153 Color
Display  with  any configuration of the EGA is only supplied with
the Device Support Supplement.
- IBM PS/2(TM) Display Adapter for IBM Personal  Computer  AT  or
XT-286  with  one  of the following displays: IBM PS/2 Monochrome
Display (8503), IBM PS/2 Color Display  (8512),  IBM  PS/2  Color
Display (8513), or IBM PS/2 Color Display (8514).
*  PS/2  is  a  trademark  of the International Business Machines
Corporation
- PS/2 system unit (models 50, 60, 70 or  80)  with  one  of  the
following  displays: IBM PS/2 Monochrome Display (8503), IBM PS/2
Color Display (8512), IBM PS/2 Color Display (8513), or IBM  PS/2
Color Display (8514).
-  IBM  PS/2  Display  Adapter  8514/A  with one of the following
displays: IBM PS/2 Monochrome  Display  (8503),  IBM  PS/2  Color
Display  (8512), IBM PS/2 Color Display (8513), or IBM PS/2 Color
Display (8514).
The Operating System/2, Version 1.1 supports the previous display
adapters as follows:
- The Presentation Manager session supports display  adapters  in
All  Points  Addressable  Mode at the highest possible resolution
for that adapter. The exceptions to this are:
-- Support for the EGA adapter with 64KB at a resolution of 640 x
200 in mono mode.
-- Support for the PS/2 Display Adapter 8514/A with a 8503, 8512,
or 8513 PS/2 Display will be in VGA mode.
-- Support for the PS/2 Display Adapter 8514/A with an 8514  PS/2
Colour  Display  without  the Memory Expansion Kit will be in VGA
mode.
- DOS mode supports CGA compatibility mode only.
-   OS/2  mode  applications  running  in  sessions  outside  the
Presentation Manager control the mode of the display adapter.
NOTE: An Operating System/2, Version 1.1 application program  can
use the IBM 8514/A adapter in Advanced Function (high resolution)
mode  by  issuing  8514/A  Adapter  Interface  calls. The Adapter
Interface software is contained on a  diskette  that  is  shipped
with  the 8514/A adapter . Customers using the 8514/A in Advanced
Function mode must ensure that the Adapter Interface code  is  at
the  correct  level  for use with Operating System/2. The Adapter
Interface level can be determined by running  HDIVER.EXE  in  the
HDIOS2  directory. If this directory does not exist, the customer
can order part number G68X-2300 at no charge.  This  part  number
includes  a  new  level  of  the Adapter Interface and additional
pages for the 8514/A Technical Reference.   Applications  written
to  this  interface  will  be supported in full-screen mode under
Version 1.1.
o Printers
The following printers have full support for Presentation  Manger
and Non-Presentation Manager applications.
- IBM 4201 Proprinter (TM) Model 1
NOTE: The 4201 Proprinter Model 1 is no longer marketed
- IBM 4201 Proprinter II, Model 2
NOTE:  Parallel  attached printers are supported in both the OS/2
and DOS modes.  Serially  (asynchronous)  attached  printers  are
supported only in the OS/2 mode.
The    following    printers   will   have   full   support   for
Non-Presentation Manager applications until the  availability  of
the   Device  Support  Supplement.  Full  support  will  also  be
available  for  Presentation  Manager  applications  through  the
Device   Driver   Supplement.  These  printers  may  be  used  by
Presentation Manager  applications  in  4201  Compatibility  mode
(both text and graphics) without the Device Driver Supplement.
- IBM 4202 Proprinter XL, Model 1
NOTE: The 4202 Proprinter XL Model 1 is no longer marketed.
- IBM 4202 Proprinter II XL, model 2
- IBM 4207 Proprinter X24, Model 1
- IBM 4208 Proprinter XL24, Model 1
The  following  printers  will  be  supported  through the Device
Support Supplement.
- IBM 3852 Color Jetprinter, Model 2
NOTE: The Color Jetprinter is no longer marketed
- IBM 5152 Graphics Printer, Model 2
NOTE: The Graphics Printer is no longer marketed
- IBM 5182 Color Printer, Model 1
NOTE: The Color Printer is supported in mono mode only and is  no
longer marketed
- IBM 3812 Pageprinter
NOTE: The 3812 is supported in 5152 compatibility mode
- IBM 5201 Quietwriter (R)*, Models 1 and 2
- IBM 5202 Quietwriter III
- IBM 5204 Quickwriter(TM) Model 1
NOTE:   The   Quickwriter   is   supported   in  Quietwriter  III
compatibility mode
- IBM 5216 Wheelprinter, Models 1 and 2
NOTE : The IBM 5223 Wheelprinter  E  is  not  supported  by  OS/2
Version 1.1.
o Keyboard
-  IBM  Personal  Computer AT keyboard for the following Personal
Computer AT Models: 068, 099, 239, and 319.
- IBM Enhanced Personal Computer keyboard for  all  PS/2  Models,
Personal Computer AT model 339, and XT-286.
o Pointing Devices
- PS/2 mouse attached to the system pointing device port.
- Serial pointing device (Note 1)
--  Microsoft(R)  (Note 2) Mouse for IBM Personal Computers, Part
Number 039-099, 100ppi
--  Microsoft(R)  Mouse  for  IBM Personal Computers, Part Number
039-199, 200ppi
-- PC Mouse(TM), (Note 3) Part Number 900120-214, 100 ppi
-- Visi-On Mouse(TM), (Note 4) Part Number 69910-1011, 100 ppi
NOTES
1. Serially (asynchronous) pointing devices are supported in only
the Operating System/2 mode.
2. Microsoft is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corp.
3. PC Mouse is a trademark of the Metagraphics/Mouse Systems.
4. Visi-On Mouse is a trademark of the Visi-On Corp.
- Parallel pointing device  for  IBM  Personal  Computer  AT  and
XT-286
--  Microsoft(R)  Mouse  for  IBM Personal Computers, Part Number
037-099, 100ppi
-- Microsoft(R) Mouse for IBM  Personal  Computers,  Part  Number
037-199, 200ppi
-  InPort  Microsoft(R)  Mouse  for IBM Personal Computers AT and

XT-286, Part Number 037-299, 200ppi
o Plotters
Non-Presentation  Manager  applications  which  were   coded   to
interface  with  plotters  will run unmodified under Version 1.1.
Presentation Manager applications interfacing with  plotters  are
supported  through  the  Device  Support Supplement. Plotters are
supported only in the Operating System/2 mode.
- IBM 6180 Plotter
- IBM 6182 Plotter
- IBM 6184 Plotter
- IBM 6186 Plotter
- IBM 7371 Plotter
- IBM 7372 Plotter
- IBM 7374 Plotter
- IBM 7375 Plotter
NOTE:  The  IBM  7371,  7374  and  7375  Plotters  are  no longer
marketed.
o Other
- IBM Personal Computer AT Serial/Parallel Adapter Card
- PS/2 Dual Asynchronous Adapter/A
- PS/2 Multi-Protocol Adapter/A in asynchronous mode
- PS/2 Multi-Protocol Adapter/A *
- IBM  80287  Math  Co-Processor,  available  for  the  PS/2,  or
available for PC AT or PC XT 286
- IBM 80387 Math Co-Processor (in 80287 mode) for PS/2
NOTES
-  *  A  maximum  of  three serial ports is supported on the PS/2
(models 50, 60, 70, or 80) system unit.  One port is  already  on
the system board.
- ** Intel is a registered trademark of the Intel Corp.
For  additional  memory  on  the  IBM  Personal  Computer AT, the
customer:
o 128KB Memory Expansion for Personal Computer AT (withdrawn from
marketing)
o 128KB/640KB Memory Expansion Option
o 512KB/2MB Memory Expansion Option
For additional memory on the IBM PC AT or  XT-286,  the  customer
can order:
o 512KB/3MB Memory Expansion Adapter (withdrawn from marketing)
o 1MB to 6MB Memory Expansion (withdrawn fron marketing)
o Enhanced Memory Expansion Adapter
o Multifunction Memory Expansion Adapter
For  additional  memory  for  the  PS/2  (model 30 286 with 512KB
system memory), the customer can order:
o PS/2 Multifunction Adapter for PS/2 Model 30 286
For  additional  memory  for  the  PS/2  (models  50  or 60), the
customer can order:
o 80286 Memory Expansion Option
o PS/2 80286 Expanded Memory Adapter/A
o  0-8MB  Expanded  Memory  Adapter/A.  The  Operating   System/2
supports this feature as extended memory.
For  additional  memory  for  the PS/2 Model 70, the customer can
order:
o PS/2 2-8MB Memory Expansion Option
o 80386 Memory Expansion Option
For additional  memory  for  the  PS/2  Model  80  (8580-041  and
8580-071), the customer can order:
o 1MB System Board Memory Expansion (for model 041)
o 80386 Memory Expansion Option
o PS/2 2-8MB Memory Expansion Option
For  additional  memory  for  the  PS/2  Model  80  (8580-111 and
8580-311), the customer can order:
o 2MB System Board Memory Expansion
o 80386 Memory Expansion Option
o PS/2 2-8MB Memory Expansion Option
SUPPORTED HARDWARE FOR FAMILY APPLICATIONS
Assuming  there  is  sufficient  memory,   display,   and   other
appropriate  hardware,  a  Family  application can run on all the
systems  units  supported  by  the  Operating  System/2  and  IBM
Personal  Computer  Disk  Operating  System Version 4.0.   Family
applications  are  created  by  using  the   Family   Application
Programming Interface of OS/2.
PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS
An  application  developer  should  purchase  the  IBM  Operating
System/2 Programmer Toolkit and IBM Operating System/2  Technical
Reference.  The  OS/2 Programmer Toolkit, Version 1.1 is required
to  create  an  IBM  Operating  System/2  application  using  the
Presentation  Manager  graphics  and windowing functions. The IBM
Operating System/2 Programmer Toolkit Version  1.1  requires  IBM
Operating System/2 Version 1.1 and accompanying manuals.
COMPATIBILITY
With  the  following  exceptions,  programs designed to run under
OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.0 will run under Version 1.1  and
do not need to be reinstalled.
Customers  who have compiled programs using IBM FORTRAN/2 Version
1.00 or 1.01, that are to be run on  IBM  OS/2  Standard  Edition
Version 1.1, must get maintenance level 1.02 of IBM FORTRAN/2 and
recompile  their  programs  to ensure proper function and correct
results. If the application uses certain subsystem function  such
as   physical  video  buffer  access,  registering  of  subsystem
functions, or character device monitors, it will be  required  to
run in a full-screen OS/2 session. Otherwise, the application can
be  windowed by specifying it as "Run in a text window" under the
OS/2 Presentation Manager.
Customer using the PS/2 RPG  II  Application  Platform  must  get
maintenance level 1.01 of that product to ensure proper operation
if they are running on IBM OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1.
IBM  OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1 does not support the /s option of
the FORMAT command or the SYS utility.
The IBM 5223 Wheelprinter E is not supported by OS/2 Version 1.1.
DOS Compatibility is provided via the DOS mode,  which  allows  a
single  DOS  application  to  be run at a time. DOS mode provides
compatibility with DOS Version 3.3 plus support to  create  fixed
disk partitions larger than 32MB.
Many  existing  DOS  applications  may  be run in the DOS mode of
OS/2. Users should be aware that some DOS applications,  such  as
communications  and  timing  dependent  programs may not function
properly in the DOS mode of OS/2.
MIGRATION
IBM Operating System/2 Version 1.1 is provided as  a  replacement
product  for  purchasers  of  Operating System/2 Standard Edition
Version 1.0. Applications intended for use on Version 1.0 may  be
used on Version 1.1 without modification.
Users  of  IBM DOS may run many of their existing applications in
DOS mode under OS/2.
CONVERSION
None
PLANNING INFORMATION
The  OS/2  Information and Planning Guide (G360-2650-01) contains
planning information, including memory, fixed  disk,  and  system
unit requirements for typical systems.
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES
IBM Conditions of Use also apply to Dual Media packages; thus the
program  in a package may only be used on a single machine at any
one time, even though the program may be provided in the  package
on  two different sized media. If a customer wishes to use an IBM
Conditions of Use program concurrently on more than  one  machine
at  a  time,  irrespective  of  the  size  of the medium, he must
acquire that number of program packages equal to  the  number  of
concurrent users of the program.
Customers  should  read  the  information  contained  in the OS/2
Development Product Information booklet supplied  with  IBM  OS/2
Standard  Edition Version 1.1, to determine whether they need the
Device Support Supplement. If the  Supplement  is  needed,  users
should   contact   their  IBM  Marketing  Representative  or  IBM
Authorised Remarketer for further information.
Any customer who purchased  one  of  the  IBM  OS/2  Version  1.0
products  who  wishes  to  obtain  the  upgrade to the equivalent
Version 1.1 product  will  be  required  to  provide  either  all
diskettes  or  the front page of a Technical Reference, the front
page of Volume 1) from the relevant V1.0  products  as  proof  of
ownership.
Any customer who wishes to purchase any of the following upgrades
will  be  required  to  provide either all diskettes or the front
cover of a publication  from  the  above  products  as  proof  of
ownership.
o Disk Operating System (DOS) to IBM OS/2 SE V1.1
o English to National Language within IBM OS/2 SE 1.1
Refer to the Upgrades section for further details.
Software   developers   should  read  the  Linker  pages  in  the
publication OS/2 Development Products  Information  contained  in
the IBM OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1 package for information
on  additional  function for linking programs written for Version
1.1.
A new  level  of  maintenance  code  (level  1.02)  for  the  IBM
FORTRAN/2  program  is  available.  Customers  who  have compiled
programs using IBM FORTRAN/2 Version 1.00 or 1.01, that are to be

run  on  IBM  OS/2  Standard  Edition  Version  1.1,   must   get
maintenance  level  1.02  of  IBM  FORTRAN/2  and recompile their
programs to ensure proper function and correct results.  Users of
IBM FORTRAN/2 should contact their IBM Authorised  Remarketer  or
IBM Marketing Representative.
A  new  level  of  maintenance  code (level 1.01) for PS/2 RPG II
Application Platform is planned to be available.  Customers  must
get  maintenance  level  1.01  of  the  PS/2  RPG  II Application
Platform product to ensure proper operation if they  are  running
on  IBM  OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1.  Users of PS/2 RPG II
Application  Platform  should  contact   their   IBM   Authorised
Remarketer or IBM Marketing Representative.
INSTALLABILITY
Installation  information  is  contained in a publication shipped
with the product. To  install  IBM  OS/2  refer  to  the  Getting
Started  publication. To install the IBM OS/2 Programmer Toolkit,
Version 1.1 refer to the Toolkit Installation booklet.
PACKAGING
IBM OPERATING SYSTEM/2 STANDARD EDITION VERSION 1.1
IBM Operating System/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1  consists  of
the following materials:
o Getting Started
o Using The System
o OS/2 Reference
o System Editor Guide
o Keyboard / Code Page Booklet
o OS/2 Development Products Information
o Conditions of Use statement
o Service statement
o  Five  3.5  inch  (1.44MB) Diskettes are provided with the 3.5"
version of IBM OS/2 SE V1.1
o Five 5.25 inch (1.2MB) Diskettes are provided  with  the  5.25"
version of IBM OS/2 SE V1.1
The Device Driver Supplement consists of the following materials:
o Instructions for use
o  Device  Driver  Diskettes  :  3.5  inch (1.44MB) and 5.25 inch
(1.2MB)
IBM OPERATING SYSTEM/2 PROGRAMMER TOOLKIT, VERSION 1.1
IBM  Operating  System/2 Programmer Toolkit, Version 1.1 consists
of the following materials:
o Application Development : Programming Overview
o Application Development : Programming Guide
o Application Development : Building Executable Programs
o Toolkit Installation Card
o Conditions of Use statement
o Service statement
o Two 3.5 inch (1.44MB)  diskettes  and  two  5.25  inch  (1.2MB)
diskettes
IBM OPERATING SYSTEM/2 TECHNICAL REFERENCE, VERSION 1.1
IBM  Operating System/2 Technical Reference, Version 1.1 consists
of the following materials:
o Application Programming Interface Volume 1
o Application Programming Interface Volume 2
o Application Programming Interface Volume 3
o I/O Subsystems and Device Drivers
o C/2 Language Syntax
o Macro Assembler/2 Language Syntax
o Service statement
SECURITY, AUDITABILITY AND CONTROL
User management is responsible  for  evaluation,  selection,  and
implementation  of  security features, administrative procedures,
and appropriate controls in application systems and communication
facilities.
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
ORDERING INFORMATION
Consult your IBM Marketing Representative.
CHARGES, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Consult  your  IBM  Marketing  Representative  for the applicable
charges:
o One-Time Charge
o Upgrade Charge
A one-time Upgrade Charge is  available  to  customers  who  have
purchased the products listed in the section "Upgrades".
Proof  of Entitlement to these Program Upgrades are also detailed
in the section "Upgrades".
Program Upgrades will be available until 30 September 1989.
Customers acquiring the above listed products through an  upgrade
charge  will be required to destroy or erase all program material
and related documentation of the program for which the upgrade is
acquired.
Programs acquired via an upgrade charge  will  not  count  toward
contract  quantities  of the Volume Procurement Amendment and the
upgrade charge will not be discounted.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
AGREEMENT:
This program is  available  from  IBM  under  the  Agreement  for
Purchase of IBM Products, and is subject to the Conditions of Use
contained in the program package.
The  Conditions  of Use authorize the customer to use the program
on only one machine at any one time.
Volume  discount  is  available  under  the  Volume   Procurement
Amendment  for  Machines  and  Programs.  This  program  will  be
included into Category A of Exhibit 8 (COU-0).
EDUCATIONAL ALLOWANCE:
Educational Allowance is available.
Academic Use Allowance is not available for this program.
WARRANTY:
IBM standard warranty of media. Warranty period 3 months (or  the
period required by local legislation, if greater).
PROGRAM SERVICES:
Assistance  with  defect  related  queries  will  be  provided to
registered Customer Technical Support Locations  (CTSLs)  by  the
country  specified  technical support group. Such service will be
in accordance with the Service Statement included in the  program
package,  and  will  be  available until the Service End Date, 28
February 1990.
CUSTOMER TECHNICAL SUPPORT LOCATION (CTSL):
The  customer  should  establish  a  Customer  Technical  Support
Location (CTSL) to act as the focal point for end-user assistance
within  the  customer's  organisation.  The CTSL will also be the
contact point to IBM for technical queries.
AUTHORIZATION TO COPY:
The program and its upgrades are eligible  for  Authorization  to
Copy  under  which  customers  may  copy  its  program  media and
associated documentation on the basis of a  one-time  charge  for
each   Authorised  Copy  required.  Consult  your  IBM  Marketing
Representative for further details.
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