This Bulletin Board System is
running on a Commodore 64 mode
microcomputer using the C-Net DS-2
v2.5 system software.
The DS-2 system has been developed
over more than 7 years to enhance the
capabilities of the Commodore 64 far
beyond its designers wildest dreams.
Using the DS-2 v2.5 system, the
system operator may choose to make
TRUE 2400 baud communication available
to the users, which is a feature that
even now Commodore Customer Service
department CLAIMS is impossible.
C-Net DS-2 version 2.5 (c)1990
features special modifications to take
advantage of the extremely powerful
CMD Hard Drives and RAMlink device!
All versions of DS-2 are fully
Jim`Selleck, System Software Designer
(c)1990 Perspective Software
Original C-Net concept and software
versions were written by Ken Pletzer
Yesterday’s BBS running on today’s technology. RoFII is what is left of the memory of my first BBS back in the early 90’s before I switch from C-Net64 to C-Net Amiga. Please give us a call and welcome us back to life!
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