This program is super fast if run in Emulation I currently run it at 38.4k, at 20mhz on a Emulated
C64.. It rivals all Amiga boards and comes real close to PC boards.. If you are interested in seeing
it for yourself, you can dial into wn4.duckdns.org:3000 and see a full fledged C64 BBS which caters to
ALL computers not just Commodores!
This is very cool. I will login soon and check it out. I think it's great that dedicated folks like yourself are working to maintain the software you love.
Just thought I would mention here, that Image BBS v3.0 for the Commodore 64 hasbeen released.. X-Tec and I started this project 2 years ago,
taking a programthat was not worked on in over 30 years and fixed the issues it had. I hadhoped to do more of the work on it but my
programming skills from 30 years agonever came back to me fully, Larry (X-Tec) pretty much did it all.. Either wayI am really proud of what we accomplished...
This program is super fast if run in Emulation I currently run it at 38.4k, at20mhz on a Emulated C64.. It rivals all Amiga boards and comes real close to PCboards.. If you are interested in seeing it for
yourself, you can dial intown4.duckdns.org:3000 and see a full fledged
C64 BBS which caters to ALLcomputers not just Commodores!
I just logged on and it looks and feels great, bucko... I had to
checkout both 40column and 80column modes, and I'm surprised how good 80column looks.
The 80 column mode was a pet peeve of mine from the beginning. Honestly, Iwant people to have to think whether they are really on a Commodore 64 board.. And I think I did that.. lol ANSI is ok it has some issues translating some things, but overall I like it.. LOL
Thank you for the kind comments also..
I prefer to call my C64 boards in C64, 40column mode exclusively... however, now you've given us options. I asked on the BBS so this is redundant... but can
I checkout Image 3.0? In emulation? Will it run, facing the internet,
Can it run on real C64 hardware? What extras are needed in 2020 to get hardware
At any rate... yea. You did a great job and I appeciate what you do for BBSing.
I'm going to start to call into the C64 scene more. I hope to meet some
of you regulars, and guess I'll start right at your BBS. What are a
couple of the most
modified, or best C64 BBSes? I know - that sucks to ask... but, what are some of the ones I shouldn't miss??
Thanks wasn't me the main programming was done by Larry Hedman (X-Tec) I couldn't get back my skills. Biggest modified boards I know are run by JayCampey (Hoy Brothers) 13th floor BBS and a couple ofothers, He has beenmodifying his boards since the 90's.. Google 13th floor BBS and
you'll findhis address..
Thanks for answering all my dumb questions. I'm on the 13th floor and it IS rad. I'll continue to call in now and then... thanks much!
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