EComStation

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eComStation or eCS is a PC operating system based on OS/2, published by Serenity Systems and Mensys BV and currently owned and developed by XEU.com.wikipedia
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OS/2

1.11.2a proprietary operating system
eComStation or eCS is a PC operating system based on OS/2, published by Serenity Systems and Mensys BV and currently owned and developed by XEU.com.
Since then, it has been updated, maintained and marketed under the name eComStation.

JFS (file system)

JFSJFS1
IBM-supplied updates of software and components that had shipped with the 1999 release of OS/2 Warp Server for e-business, but had not been made available to users of the client version. Key among these were the JFS file system and the logical volume manager.
There are versions for AIX, eComStation, OS/2, and Linux operating systems.

Advanced Configuration and Power Interface

ACPIACPI performance statesACPI power states
ACPI support.
Other operating systems, including later versions of Windows, eComStation, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, HP-UX, OpenVMS, Linux, and PC versions of Solaris, have at least some support for ACPI.

Universal Disk Format

UDFUDF (Universal Disk Format).udf
IBM-supplied updates that had previously only been offered to customers with maintenance contracts, such as UDF support and a new USB stack.

Harbour (software)

Harbour
Harbour, a Clipper-compatible compiler for the xBase family of programming languages
Harbour code using the same databases can be compiled under a wide variety of platforms, including Microsoft Windows, Linux, Unix variants, several BSD descendants, Mac OS X, MINIX 3, Windows CE, Pocket PC, Symbian, iOS, Android, QNX, VxWorks, OS/2/eComStation, BeOS/Haiku,

Mozilla Thunderbird

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Ports of current Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird for browsing and email.
Other old ports may be available as for OS/2 and eComStation.

Workplace Shell

workplace
XWorkplace which is Workplace Shell enhancement software under GNU GPL License
The Workplace Shell was also used in OS/2 Warp 3 and Warp 4, and is still the user interface of the revamped successor to OS/2 called eComStation of Serenity Inc.

Scribus

Scribus
There are native versions available for Unix, Linux, BSD, macOS, Haiku, Microsoft Windows, OS/2 and eComStation operating systems.

Advanced Host Controller Interface

AHCIprevious interface protocols
AHCI support (introduced in version 2.1).
AHCI is supported out of the box on Windows Vista and later, Linux-based operating systems (since version 2.6.19 of the kernel), OpenBSD (since version 4.1), NetBSD (since version 4.0), FreeBSD (since version 8.0), macOS, eComStation (since version 2.1), and Solaris 10 (since version 8/07).

Clam AntiVirus

ClamAV
ClamAV
ClamAV for eComStation (OS/2) is available from OS/2 Power Wiki.

Operating system

operating systemsOScomputer operating system
eComStation or eCS is a PC operating system based on OS/2, published by Serenity Systems and Mensys BV and currently owned and developed by XEU.com.

IBM

International Business MachinesIBM CorporationInternational Business Machines Corporation
It includes several additions and accompanying software not present in the IBM version of the system.

X86

x86 architectureIntel x8680x86
eComStation is a 32-bit operating system which runs exclusively on the x86 processor architecture (real or virtualized) and is still used.

Hypervisor

hypervisorsvirtual machine monitorhost machine
eComStation is a 32-bit operating system which runs exclusively on the x86 processor architecture (real or virtualized) and is still used.

File system

filesystemfile systemsfilesystems
IBM-supplied updates of software and components that had shipped with the 1999 release of OS/2 Warp Server for e-business, but had not been made available to users of the client version. Key among these were the JFS file system and the logical volume manager.

Logical volume management

logical volume managerlogical volumeLVM
IBM-supplied updates of software and components that had shipped with the 1999 release of OS/2 Warp Server for e-business, but had not been made available to users of the client version. Key among these were the JFS file system and the logical volume manager.

Kernel (operating system)

kerneloperating system kernelkernels
Operating system features and enhancements that had been made available as updates but never offered as an install-time option. These included an updated kernel, a 32-bit TCP/IP stack and associated networking utilities, a firewall, updated drivers and other system components, newer versions of Java, SciTech SNAP Graphics video support, and more.

Internet protocol suite

TCP/IPInternet protocolsIP
Operating system features and enhancements that had been made available as updates but never offered as an install-time option. These included an updated kernel, a 32-bit TCP/IP stack and associated networking utilities, a firewall, updated drivers and other system components, newer versions of Java, SciTech SNAP Graphics video support, and more.

Firewall (computing)

firewallfirewallspacket filter
Operating system features and enhancements that had been made available as updates but never offered as an install-time option. These included an updated kernel, a 32-bit TCP/IP stack and associated networking utilities, a firewall, updated drivers and other system components, newer versions of Java, SciTech SNAP Graphics video support, and more.

Java (software platform)

JavaJava platformJava software platform
Operating system features and enhancements that had been made available as updates but never offered as an install-time option. These included an updated kernel, a 32-bit TCP/IP stack and associated networking utilities, a firewall, updated drivers and other system components, newer versions of Java, SciTech SNAP Graphics video support, and more.

SciTech Software

SciTech
Operating system features and enhancements that had been made available as updates but never offered as an install-time option. These included an updated kernel, a 32-bit TCP/IP stack and associated networking utilities, a firewall, updated drivers and other system components, newer versions of Java, SciTech SNAP Graphics video support, and more.

USB

USB 2.0micro-USBmicro USB
IBM-supplied updates that had previously only been offered to customers with maintenance contracts, such as UDF support and a new USB stack.

IBM Lotus SmartSuite

SmartSuite
Value-added applications, including the Lotus Smartsuite office suite, IBM's Desktop On-call remote-control software, and more.

Server Message Block

SMBCIFSSMB/CIFS
A new client to access CIFS/SMB (Windows-style) LAN resources (supporting both files and printers) based upon Samba.