Okay

KENT NORRIS WILSON (knwilson@ouray.cudenver.edu)
Sat, 22 Mar 1997 12:49:54 -0700 (MST)

Okay, cool. I am now officially fully aware of how the omnigo
works. I understand the os, etc, etc. It's all relitively easy once you
get the cord, and mess with it for about 20 mins, you begin to understand
how it all works. Anyways, this just leaves me with a few questions.

1) Is there any good games (I do me good) out there? I have like columns
and stuff, that's not too bad. But the HP48g calculator has better games
than the omnigo, and that's just not right. :) Anyways, I like to have
games for those long flights. Solitare is still my favorite,
unfortunately.

2) What serial port does the ogo operate on? Is it com1? I'm trying to
get modeme to work, and it just doesn't. Here is what I have done:
a: I go into ogcomm
b: I do a c:\> modeme com1:2400,n,8,1 com2:9600,n,8,1
c: I choose a com port for ogcom
It doesn't work. My modem is com1 on my computer. Help.

3) I can't get the printing thing to work, and I honestly couldn't tell
you why not. Well, I really haven't spent much time with it yet, so maybe
I'll do that after this message.

4) Anyone have a used sram card (or flash ram) for sale? Or know where I
could get a used one? Hrmph.

5) Someone said I could use stacker on the ram cards. Could I use it on
the ogo's main storage? And is it really a version of stacker, because if
I recall, I used to use stacker, and the program itself was at least a meg
or two. So...?

6) I'm still missing the battery back on the ogo. Any ideas?

I guess that's all. I'm so very happy that I subscribed to this
mailing list, considering I probably wouldn't have known about most the
stuff I know about it now. Heh, if that makes any sense. Thank's a lot,
everyone!

Later