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Al DeRosa
2019-01-11 09:24:16 UTC
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Guess I wasn't getting out because my BBS was not configured properly.. Duh!
Anyways, this past Christmas the latest version of Image BBS v2.0 R3.1 was
released to the public via the Facebook group. Also released was what I call
BBS on a stick, it is a preconfigured WinVice/TCPSer with Image BBS 2.0 (if
it is against the policy to include WinVice and TCPSER in a Zip file packaged
together with the BBS I will remove it) all that a PC User needs to do is
unzip the file to a USB stick OR folder on their HD and run the runme.bat
file, it automatically attaches the FD4000 (d4m) disks and runs a
preconfigured TCPSER and boots WinVice to the Commodore blue screen.. All the
future sysOp needs to do at that point is hit shift-escape and configure the
BBS. Please read the docs for the proper drive assignments. Once the config
is done, you are up and running. You can modify the BBS to whatever you
want.. If you need help send me some netmail or log on to one of my BBS'...
Jonathan Hodges
2019-01-12 00:53:50 UTC
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Thierry64
2019-01-17 14:58:04 UTC
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Exelent , i try it , thanks !

regards

Thierry

On Fri, 11 Jan 2019 22:24:16 +1300,
Post by Al DeRosa
Guess I wasn't getting out because my BBS was not configured properly.. Duh!
Anyways, this past Christmas the latest version of Image BBS v2.0 R3.1 was
released to the public via the Facebook group. Also released was what I call
BBS on a stick, it is a preconfigured WinVice/TCPSer with Image BBS 2.0 (if
it is against the policy to include WinVice and TCPSER in a Zip file packaged
together with the BBS I will remove it) all that a PC User needs to do is
unzip the file to a USB stick OR folder on their HD and run the runme.bat
file, it automatically attaches the FD4000 (d4m) disks and runs a
preconfigured TCPSER and boots WinVice to the Commodore blue screen.. All the
future sysOp needs to do at that point is hit shift-escape and configure the
BBS. Please read the docs for the proper drive assignments. Once the config
is done, you are up and running. You can modify the BBS to whatever you
want.. If you need help send me some netmail or log on to one of my BBS'...
Thierry64
2019-01-19 12:19:32 UTC
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Its posible to get a direct link ? , thanks !


regards


Thierry

On Fri, 11 Jan 2019 22:24:16 +1300,
Post by Al DeRosa
Guess I wasn't getting out because my BBS was not configured properly.. Duh!
Anyways, this past Christmas the latest version of Image BBS v2.0 R3.1 was
released to the public via the Facebook group. Also released was what I call
BBS on a stick, it is a preconfigured WinVice/TCPSer with Image BBS 2.0 (if
it is against the policy to include WinVice and TCPSER in a Zip file packaged
together with the BBS I will remove it) all that a PC User needs to do is
unzip the file to a USB stick OR folder on their HD and run the runme.bat
file, it automatically attaches the FD4000 (d4m) disks and runs a
preconfigured TCPSER and boots WinVice to the Commodore blue screen.. All the
future sysOp needs to do at that point is hit shift-escape and configure the
BBS. Please read the docs for the proper drive assignments. Once the config
is done, you are up and running. You can modify the BBS to whatever you
want.. If you need help send me some netmail or log on to one of my BBS'...
Al DeRosa
2019-01-18 19:05:34 UTC
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On 19 Jan 2019, Thierry64 said the following...

Th> Its posible to get a direct link ? , thanks !
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Th> Thierry

Hi Thierry.. If you have Goodle Drive I can share it with you, right now it
is not even on my BBS, only available via Facebook. You can email me at
***@gmail.com if you do have Google Drive..
Al DeRosa
2019-01-18 19:07:19 UTC
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Looking at the tagline, it is on the BBS you are on. The Agency sent it out
to fsxNet, it's in one of the fsxNet filebases there.. Not sure which one
probably the BBS Software one.. :)
Al DeRosa
2019-01-19 13:17:42 UTC
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It is indeed here.. It is under the fsxNet BBS packages..

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