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Date: 2004-04 atari800xl.org comp.sys.atari.8bit
Inside the 8-bit BBS  
 
1.  Michael Current  
 More options Apr 1 2004, 12:08 am
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: Michael Current <hunma@earthlink.net> -
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 15:08:58 GMT
Local: Thurs, Apr 1 2004 12:08 am
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 02:19:47 -0700, "Nite Hacker" <WhoCa@noone.net> wrote:
>I think there needs to be a new list compiled and posted here...

Nolan's lists are mentioned in the "Welcome FAQ", you could help him keep his
information up to date.

Atari 8-Bit Telnet BBS List  (Nolan Friedland)
 

Atari 8-Bit Dialup BBS List  (Nolan Friedland)
 

-Michael

Michael Current, mailto:hunma@earthlink.net
8-bit Atari FAQ and Vendor Lists,
St. Paul Atari Computer Enthusiasts,


 
 
2.  Docrotcod  
 More options Apr 1 2004, 9:43 am
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From: "Docrotcod" <rahb@cox.net> -
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 18:43:16 -0600
Local: Thurs, Apr 1 2004 9:43 am
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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Well I would like to bring my Pro BBS back online but I can't seem to get anywhere getting updates for it.  I saw Stephen Carden's post but I don't think he holds the rights anymore.  If anyone can help please let me know!

Thomas
  "Marius Diepenhorst" <grove@zonnet.nl> wrote in message ...
  Closer to Home and Boot Factory both use an atari 8bit EMULATOR!

  They do NOT run on real equipment.

  They do a good job ofcourse, don't understand me wrong! But they are not running on real equipment.

  Marius

    "Nite Hacker" <WhoCa@noone.net> schreef in bericht ...
    > My BBS is running on REAL atari equipment, no f*cking emulators or PC needed to run the bbs. As far as I > know only stephen and I run 100% stand-alone bbs's without the help of any  PC gateway software. When all > pc's are off, the BBS is still running, and still reachable!

    Well, if I am not mistaken?  I think CTH BBS can still operate if or when there is no pc gateway running?  Meaning that callers still can reach his bbs via modem if they cannot reach it by telnet(pc)?

    Nite Hacker


 
 
3.  russg  
 More options Apr 1 2004, 12:25 pm
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From: "russg" <r@MUNGEen.com> -
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 22:25:07 -0500
Local: Thurs, Apr 1 2004 12:25 pm
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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I think Lance Ringquist of Video 61 can sell BBS Express Pro.
I believe you can find the owner(s) in the csa8 vendor list, the link to
which is in the 'Welcome to comp.sys.atari.8bit' message elsewhere in this
group.
Docrotcod <rahb@cox.net> wrote in message

...
Well I would like to bring my Pro BBS back online but I can't seem to get
anywhere getting updates for it.  I saw Stephen Carden's post but I don't
think he holds the rights anymore.  If anyone can help please let me know!

Thomas
  "Marius Diepenhorst" <grove@zonnet.nl> wrote in message
...
  Closer to Home and Boot Factory both use an atari 8bit EMULATOR!

  They do NOT run on real equipment.

  They do a good job ofcourse, don't understand me wrong! But they are not
running on real equipment.

  Marius

    "Nite Hacker" <WhoCa@noone.net> schreef in bericht
...
    > My BBS is running on REAL atari equipment, no f*cking emulators or PC
needed to run the bbs. As far as I > know only stephen and I run 100%
stand-alone bbs's without the help of any  PC gateway software. When all >
pc's are off, the BBS is still running, and still reachable!

    Well, if I am not mistaken?  I think CTH BBS can still operate if or
when there is no pc gateway running?  Meaning that callers still can reach
his bbs via modem if they cannot reach it by telnet(pc)?

    Nite Hacker


 
 
4.  Stephen J. Carden  
 More options Apr 4 2004, 9:32 am
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: sjcar@bellsouth.net (Stephen J. Carden) -
Date: 3 Apr 2004 16:32:01 -0800
Local: Sun, Apr 4 2004 9:32 am
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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Inside the 8-bit now has a dns name

ExpressPro.dyndns.org  port 8888 or port 8889

  I still have a bunch of code to write so I am off..  I am running
Atari 8-bit's and a mux Custom waitcall and some other stuff.

  Stephen J. Carden


 
 
5.  bfbbs2k+  
 More options Apr 3 2004, 5:07 am
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: "bfbbs2k+" <cabell.clarkeNOS@SPAMNOverizon.net> -
Date: Fri, 02 Apr 2004 20:07:15 GMT
Local: Sat, Apr 3 2004 5:07 am
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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Yeah.. but if I "wanted" to run bf2k+ on real equipment, I certainly could.  I got plenty of it:  look->  

  "Marius Diepenhorst" <grove@zonnet.nl> wrote in message ...
  Closer to Home and Boot Factory both use an atari 8bit EMULATOR!

  They do NOT run on real equipment.

  They do a good job ofcourse, don't understand me wrong! But they are not running on real equipment.

  Marius

    "Nite Hacker" <WhoCa@noone.net> schreef in bericht ...
    > My BBS is running on REAL atari equipment, no f*cking emulators or PC needed to run the bbs. As far as I > know only stephen and I run 100% stand-alone bbs's without the help of any  PC gateway software. When all > pc's are off, the BBS is still running, and still reachable!

    Well, if I am not mistaken?  I think CTH BBS can still operate if or when there is no pc gateway running?  Meaning that callers still can reach his bbs via modem if they cannot reach it by telnet(pc)?

    Nite Hacker


 
 
6.  bfbbs2k+  
 More options Apr 3 2004, 5:07 am
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From: "bfbbs2k+" <cabell.clarkeNOS@SPAMNOverizon.net> -
Date: Fri, 02 Apr 2004 20:07:15 GMT
Local: Sat, Apr 3 2004 5:07 am
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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Yeah.. but if I "wanted" to run bf2k+ on real equipment, I certainly could.  I got plenty of it:  look->  

  "Marius Diepenhorst" <grove@zonnet.nl> wrote in message ...
  Closer to Home and Boot Factory both use an atari 8bit EMULATOR!

  They do NOT run on real equipment.

  They do a good job ofcourse, don't understand me wrong! But they are not running on real equipment.

  Marius

    "Nite Hacker" <WhoCa@noone.net> schreef in bericht ...
    > My BBS is running on REAL atari equipment, no f*cking emulators or PC needed to run the bbs. As far as I > know only stephen and I run 100% stand-alone bbs's without the help of any  PC gateway software. When all > pc's are off, the BBS is still running, and still reachable!

    Well, if I am not mistaken?  I think CTH BBS can still operate if or when there is no pc gateway running?  Meaning that callers still can reach his bbs via modem if they cannot reach it by telnet(pc)?

    Nite Hacker


 
 
7.  Docrotcod  
 More options Apr 5 2004, 3:30 am
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From: "Docrotcod" <rahb@cox.net> -
Date: Sun, 4 Apr 2004 13:30:34 -0500
Local: Mon, Apr 5 2004 3:30 am
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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Just wanted to let everyone know that I connected to this BBS and it was
fantastic.  Stephen even jumped in and chatted with me.  Talk about a
surreal experience.  It was like stepping back 15 years.

Also I wanted to point out that he is running this BBS on a true 8bit.  No
emulation here folks.  And the telnet works GREAT!  Definitely give it a
shot and post some messages.  If we don't support it who will?

Thomas AKA
Doctor RotCod

"Stephen J. Carden" <sjcar@bellsouth.net> wrote in message
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8.  John Miskinis  
 More options Apr 5 2004, 9:31 pm
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From: "John Miskinis" <nos@here.com> -
Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2004 08:30:08 -0400
Local: Mon, Apr 5 2004 9:30 pm
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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>>     You can setup a hyperterm session tcpip 216.78.136.26:8888 or 8889

Hi,

On LINUX, I tried to connect via telnet, with no luck...

Is the BBS down at times?  Or do I need to do something other than:

~ $ telnet 216.78.136.26 8889
Trying 216.78.136.26...

telnet: connect to address 216.78.136.26: Connection timed out
~ $


 
 
9.  Docrotcod  
 More options Apr 5 2004, 10:45 pm
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From: "Docrotcod" <rahb@cox.net> -
Date: Mon, 5 Apr 2004 08:45:31 -0500
Local: Mon, Apr 5 2004 10:45 pm
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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Try using the DNS

ExpressPro.dyndns.org  port 8888 or port 8889

Thomas

"John Miskinis" <nos@here.com> wrote in message

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10.  Rory McMahon  
 More options Apr 17 2004, 5:45 am
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From: Rory McMahon <rorymcma@yahoo.com> -
Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2004 20:45:59 GMT
Local: Sat, Apr 17 2004 5:45 am
Subject: Re: Inside the 8-bit BBS
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Here is a script to do a quick connect

#!/bin/sh
telnet -K expresspro.dyndns.org 8889
exit

I named the file ExpressPro.sh

Make sure you have executable rights on the file using chmod...
At the terminal type ./ExpressPro.sh

Rory

On Mon, 05 Apr 2004 08:30:08 -0400, "John Miskinis" <nos@here.com>
wrote:


 

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