Larsen Commander version 1.5

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 About Larsen Commander, version 1.5

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 Larsen Commander is a powerful GUI File Manager and Command Processor that 

 has a look and feel like the classic Norton Commander. The most notable 

 difference is that the Larsen Commander is pure GUI. Still it has a built 

 in command line and a scrollable console monitor.


 Larsen Commander is shareware. In other words you can use it freely only

 for a limited period of time which should not exceed one month. If you 

 use Larsen Commander regularly for a longer period then you must register

 your copy so that further development of it can take place.


 You can freely distribute Larsen Commander as long as you don't change it

 or sell it and as long as this readme file is contained in the distribution

 together with the program.


 Larsen Commander requires OS/2 Warp 3 or higher. It is compiled for

 usage on 80486 processors, or higher. It was developed and built using

 IBM Visual Age C++ 4.01 for OS/2. Great parts of the Larsen Commander 

 have been developed and tested on relative slow computers and therefore

 performs very well even on relatively weak machines.


 On power machines the Larsen Commander is flying...



 Installation

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~

 To install the product you can follow these steps:


 1. Unzip the distribution archive file in the directory of where

    you want to install the program.


 2. Run the script LCMDINST.CMD that is part of the distribution.

    This will create a Larsen Commander folder on your desktop.


 This is all.



 Upgrade from version 1.1.x

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 To upgrade from Larsen Commander version 1.1 to version 1.5 you can 

 follow these steps:


 1. Backup all the 1.1 files, including the INI-file, in case you will

    experience problems with version 1.5 and you will need to revert to 

    version 1.1 while waiting for a fix.


 2. Unzip the 1.5 distribution  archive in the same directory as of where 

    Larsen Commander 1.1 is installed.


 3. Run Larsen Commander. You don't have to execute the LCMDINST.CMD script,

    unless you want to recreate the Larsen Commander folder on your desktop.


 NOTE: Due to a number of changes in the way Larsen Commander 1.5 reads

       and uses the content of LCMD.INI (with respect to version 1.1) you 

       will likely experience that at least some of your original 

       configuration is lost when you upgrade to version 1.5. You should 

       consider deleting the LCMD.INI file from version 1.1 and let 

       Larsen Commander 1.5 create a new one for you. This will clean out

       some unused entries, and it will make Larsen Commander 1.5 start

       up slightly faster and possibly use somewhat less memory.



 How to register Larsen Commander

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 You can register Larsen Commander online at the following sites:


 BMT Micro, USA:                   http://www.bmtmicro.com

 BTSoftware BV, The Netherlands:   http://www.btsoftware.com

 Mensys BV, The Netherlands:       http://www.mensys.nl

 Berggreen Service, Denmark:       http://www.berggreen.dk


 For more information, see the Larsen Commander registration page at


     http://home.online.no/~leifel/lcmd/register.html


 The register fee for Larsen Commander version 1.5 is $39 US.

 This includes a free upgrade to all new versions up to, but not including 

 version 2.0.



 Larsen Commander mailing list

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 The Larsen Commander mailing list is for online support and discussion

 of almost any Larsen Commander topics. You can join it simply by visiting

 http://www.egroups.com/group/lcmd



 Known bugs and problems

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 1. Some programs uses the VIO subset of OS/2 in such a way that they can not

    be run as a child process in the console monitor of Larsen Commander.

    You can execute such programs by pressing ALT+ENTER rather than just

    ENTER. This will ensure that the program is run in a new session,

    completely independent from Larsen Commander.


    This is a common and well known problem not only to Larsen Commander

    but also to other GUI shells, such as Take Command/2 and the SHELL

    facility of the OS/2 EPM Editor.


    Anyway, you can always press CTRL+C to break the current child program

    should it operate in an unaccessible way.


    To make Larsen Commander automatically run the program in a new session,

    regardless if you execute it with ALT+ENTER or just ENTER, just add

    the program name to the list of TTY-apps in the options

    dialog (Options->Jump To->Commands->TTY-Apps).


 2. Some of the menu commands in Larsen Commander depends on external

    programs on your system. For instance, when you choose to edit a text

    file from within Larsen Commander, by default the OS/2 standard text

    editor program E.EXE will be launched. However, you can easily choose

    another program module if you like (probably you will). Just open the

    options menu and select "Programs...". Then, just type in the desired 

    program module name and parameter list of each program category.


    A few of the default programs are shareware programs that you might

    not have installed on you system. For instance, when you choose the

    menu command for comparing the content of two text files, Larsen Commander

    will (by default) try to launch the PM-Diff shareware program.


    I am working on internal versions of some of those menu commands.

    Stay tuned!



 Contacting the author

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 Discussion/support: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lcmd

 Direct E-mail.....: leifel@online.no

 Homepage..........: http://home.online.no/~leifel/index.html

 Phone, private....: +47 35953734

 Phone, work.......: +47 22801544

 Snail mail........: Leif-Erik Larsen

                     Lovskeidaasen 5

                     3800 Bo

                     Norway



 Getting the latest version

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 You can always find the latest version of Larsen Commander at the

 Larsen Commander Home Page at


     http://home.online.no/~leifel/lcmd/index.html


 I will always upload the latest public updates of Larsen Commander to

 that URL first. Then I will upload it to some various other sites in

 addition.



 Warranty

 ~~~~~~~~

 Use of this software for any purpose whatsoever constitutes your

 unqualified acceptance of the following statements.


 The author makes no warranty or representation that the software will

 be error free. The author disclaims any warranties, either express or

 implied, including but not limited to any implied warranty of

 merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.


 The user agrees to take full responsibility for the selection of and any

 use whatsoever made of the software.


 IN NO EVENT WILL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER

 (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS,

 BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION OR THE LIKE) ARISING

 OUT OF THE USE OF, INTERRUPTION IN THE USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE THIS

 SOFTWARE, EVEN IF THE AUTHOR HAS BEEN ADVISED OF ANY POSSIBILITY OR

 LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH DAMAGES.



 Have fun!


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