Scott Steven's c-NET bbs
csmuseum at cse.uta.edu
Thu Jul 7 15:57:57 CDT 2005
You most likely know about it, but this looks promising:
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> To: General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts; Scott Stevens
> Subject: Scott Steven's c-NET bbs
> Scott, if you have a copy of c-NET BBS still in existence, or
> know of where I can get a copy of it to put on line, I would
> love to put up a telnet-based BBS running it. I can assign
> an IP address to a serial port and simply use a TTL -> RS232
> level shifting circuit to hook up a 1200- baud emulated
> modem. Then, we've got ourselves a C-net bbs.
> Anyone ?
> >Yes, but C-Net is probably dead. C-Net was a popular
> >BBS package. I was active on a few boards that ran it years back-
> ><amazing to think now that we'd all auto-dial like mad to
> get access to
> >C64 machine with two (or three) 1541 drives and a 300 baud modem.
> >(sorry for the topic drift)
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