rc5 at xfiles.nildram.co.uk
Thu Apr 15 17:02:18 EDT 1999
On Thu, 15 Apr 1999, Shawn Tayler wrote:
> I have a machine on a LAN where I will have a few clients running soon. This machine boots between Win98 and
> OS/2 occassionally. I know that the client and PProxy can coexist on the same machine under OS/2 but can they
> under Win9x? Also are the buffer files compatible between the two OS versions? The clients seem to be fine. Are
> there any pitfal;ls with having the two PProxys sharing buffer files? Only one will be active at any one time.
Yeek, icky wrapping.
Clients and PProxies are completely separate, and can co-exist anywhere..
As far as I can see, sharing proxy buffers works perfectly (linux &
win9x), though I haven't tried OS/2, but I assume it would work.
However, DONT run two proxies on the same buffers at the same time.. Bad
things will definately happen.
> (From the Dark Side of Planet OS/2)
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