9595 Ardent Tool
Of Capitalism V2
Most of these pages were originally from Louis Ohland's 9595 Ardent Tool of Capitalism collection of pages.
IMPORTANT: The information on these pages is years out of date, and this resource is no longer maintained. This page was created back in 2003 or so when its original author (Louis Ohland) removed his informational PS/2 pages and replaced them with stuff pertaining mainly to the RS/6000. I took it upon myself to try and meld the two worlds together, with the original goal of providing the latest information in one place, since I had much more space available for hosting files. I didn't realize how much work that would be, and after completing this index page, very little else happened. Many if not all of the links to external sites on this page, and the pages linked below, have gone bad. If you are interested in the most up-to-date IBM PS/2 information from Louis Ohland, you probably want to visit this page.
-William Walsh, March 12th, 2014
Try the quick table if you want to find what you are after without a bunch of scrolling... The quick table doesn't have all topics in it, so if you don't find what you need, scroll down to the contents listing...
|8530||8533 (N33)||8535||8543 (L40SX)|
|8550||8551 (N51SX/SLC)||8554 (CL57)||8555 (55SX)|
|Diags/Utilities||CPUs||Hard Disk||System Registers|
|8595/9595||Complexes||Reply Boards||Accelerator boards|
|SCSI||Sound||Reference Material||Capitalist Tools|
|Components||Open Source OSes||Security & Privacy||Floppy|
|CD-ROM||Mag. Optical Drives||AIX for PS/2||Why MCA?|
|Reference Disk||Video Adapters||IDE HD Controllers|
ASMP vs. SMP
Store Loop Adapter
Store Loop Errors
4693 Store Loop
Flat Panel Display
4695 POS Adapter
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