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BBS On A Stick! V2.0 – Lt Kernal Version!!!!
A Wrong Number Family Of BBS’ Production!!
With this download you can have a complete Commodore 64 Image BBS v3.0 up running and receiving callers in a matter of minutes!
Installing BBS On A Stick In Windows:
Installing Image BBS 3.0 within Vice and getting it to work with TCPSER can be a little daunting to some. In the past you had to use a special older version of Vice and a special TCPSER, and then there was no guarantee it would work. Within an hour of playing with Vice, TCPSER, and Image 2.0 I was able to get everything to work with each other and work pretty well. So, with the release of Image v3.0 came an idea to re-release the Stick project, but that was met with folks having issues with the install. So, I am going to give this another shot.
* Read the included "bbsstick.PDF" file in this contained ZIP file for full instructions.
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Hello, thank you very much for the new release. I have a problem, I have configured succsesfully the BBS following the attached PDF. I got the main screen with the clock on the top left, resume on the top left, and the control panel at bottom. But I can’t connect with the BBS, not even in localhost (telnet 127.0.0.1 6411). TCPSER seems to get ready, the last message on the TCPSER shell is “INFO:DTR has gone high”. I have checked out the RS232 settings, and it matches WinVICE and TCPSER. If you have any tip or suggestion please let me… Read more »
I would direct you to ask this question on our Image BBS Forum where Bucko could better help you with this issue.