CONFIG.SYS - List of Statements

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The Config.sys Documentation Project
  1. BASEDEV Statements
  2. CALL Statements
  3. DEVICE Statements
  4. IFS Statements
  5. OS/2 Commands
  6. DOS Commands
  7. RUN Statements
  8. SET Statements
  9. PSD Statements
  10. Other Information

Reference

  1. Programs
  2. Hardware
  3. List of Statements

Country

  • CODEPAGE
  • COUNTRY
  • SET LANG
  • SET TZ

Desktop Settings

DOS Settings

Filesystem Settings

OS/2 can support a wide range of different file systems. This is done with installable file systems. The only exception is the FAT filesystem. note: The file system that manage the boot partition MUST be the FIRST file system in your config.sys file.

INI Files

Java Settings

Java is a programming language. Programs written in Java can run on many different platforms. The following pages describe these entries:

  • SET CLASSPATH
  • SET JAVA_AUDIO_RATE
  • SET JAVA_AUDIO_VOLUME
  • SET JAVA_CLOCK_RESOLUTION
  • SET JAVA_COMPILER
  • SET JAVA_CONNECT_TIMEOUT
  • SET JAVA_CONSOLE
  • SET JAVA_HOME
  • SET JAVA_MAP_ACCEL
  • SET JAVA_NLS_SBCS
  • SET JAVA_NOPRINTDLG
  • SET JAVA_OLD_CHAR_SPACING
  • SET JAVA_USER
  • SET JAVA_WEBLOGS
  • SET SWING_HOME

MMPM/2

Networking

LAPS

TCP/IP

LAN Requester

OS/2 Shell

Workplace Shell

Search Paths

Search paths are used by OS/2 and programs to find additional files on your drives. Here are a list of the most common search paths:

SOM

SOM stands for System object model. The WPS uses SOM extensively.

Swap File

  • SWAPPATH

VoiceType

  • SET SPCH_BIN
  • SET SPCH_MAINLANG
  • SET SPCH_PATH
  • SET SPCH_RO
  • SET SPCH_RUN
  • SET SPCH_RW
  • SET SPCH_TRN

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