• Re: Amiga

    From Night Stalker@80:519/20 to Necromaster on Mon Nov 21 00:53:00 2016
    Necromaster wrote to Richard Menedetter:


    Yes they are ridiculous prices now on ebay :) I still have my A2000 but
    it need some fuse (Pico) or something like that to fix mouse behavior. always wanted an A4000 or A1200. I use WinUAE for that, but it's not
    the same thing.

    I still have my CNet BBS setup from when I use to run a BBS from my A2000 in
    Detroit, MI

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS - necrobbs.strangled.net (80:774/1)


    Did you have a look at that site I sent you for those fuses? I'm pretty sure they are an exact match for the blown PICO fuse on your A2000 Motherboard


    Greetings, Dave Vandermeer

    ... (A)bort, (R)etry, (P)retend this never happened...

    --- MBSE BBS v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux-ARM)
    * Origin: Pandemonium! (Living With A Demon Inside) (80:519/20)
  • From Necromaster@80:774/1 to Night Stalker on Mon Nov 21 08:54:50 2016

    Did you have a look at that site I sent you for those fuses? I'm pretty sure they are an exact match for the blown PICO fuse on your A2000 Motherboard

    Not yet,, but I did save the message you sent me to a text file. I will work on it after the holidays :) Thanks

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS: necrobbs.strangled.net:27 (80:774/1)
  • From Night Stalker@80:519/20 to Necromaster on Mon Nov 21 15:56:00 2016
    Necromaster wrote to Night Stalker:

    Not yet,, but I did save the message you sent me to a text file. I will work on it after the holidays :) Thanks

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS: necrobbs.strangled.net:27 (80:774/1)


    Ok cool.. have you got a network card for your a2000? Would be cool to see another Amiga native BBS go up for kicks :)
    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)

    Cheers! - Night Stalker

    ... A dirty book is rarely dusty.

    --- MBSE BBS v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux-ARM)
    * Origin: Pandemonium! (Living With A Demon Inside) (80:519/20)
  • From Necromaster@80:774/1 to Night Stalker on Mon Nov 21 18:29:53 2016
    Ok cool.. have you got a network card for your a2000? Would be cool to
    see another Amiga native BBS go up for kicks :)
    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)

    Unfortunately no. But like I said, I do plan on reviving this old girl once
    the holidays are done with :)

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS: necrobbs.strangled.net:27 (80:774/1)
  • From Joacim Melin@80:774/5 to Night Stalker on Tue Nov 22 11:19:00 2016
    Necromaster wrote to Night Stalker:

    Not yet,, but I did save the message you sent me to a text file. I will N>> work on it after the holidays :) Thanks

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS: necrobbs.strangled.net:27 (80:774/1) N>>

    Ok cool.. have you got a network card for your a2000? Would be cool
    to see
    another Amiga native BBS go up for kicks :)

    I am still waiting for my 68030-card to be repaired for my A2000. Have a NIC and my entire BBS setup on that thing already...


    --- NiKom v2.2.0
    * Origin: Delta City (deltacity.se, Vallentuna, Sweden) (80:774/5.0)
  • From Night Stalker@80:519/20 to Necromaster on Mon Nov 21 23:56:00 2016
    Necromaster wrote to Night Stalker:
    Ok cool.. have you got a network card for your a2000? Would be cool
    to
    see another Amiga native BBS go up for kicks :)
    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)

    Unfortunately no. But like I said, I do plan on reviving this old girl
    once
    the holidays are done with :)

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS: necrobbs.strangled.net:27 (80:774/1)


    I wish I could get me hands on .. hell.. I'd even take an Amiga 600 .. I believe it has a PCMCIA port as well for a network card .. just something
    that isn't WinUAE that I can connect to the internet with lol


    Cheers! - Night Stalker

    ... "Keyboard? How quaint!" - Scotty

    --- MBSE BBS v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux-ARM)
    * Origin: Pandemonium! (Living With A Demon Inside) (80:519/20)
  • From Richard Menedetter@80:774/18 to Night Stalker on Tue Nov 22 16:16:00 2016
    Hi Night!

    21 Nov 2016 23:56, from Night Stalker -> Necromaster:

    I wish I could get me hands on .. hell.. I'd even take an Amiga 600 ..
    I believe it has a PCMCIA port as well for a network card .. just something that isn't WinUAE that I can connect to the internet with
    lol

    Yes, it has a PCMCIA card and a IDE connector.

    I have used CF cards in the PCMCIA adapter and also Ethernet and WiFi Cards (the last 2 only on the 1200, that has a memory expansion installed)

    CU, Ricsi

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Of all thirty-six alternatives, running away is best (80:774/18)
  • From Night Stalker@80:519/20 to Joacim Melin on Tue Nov 22 09:51:00 2016
    Joacim Melin wrote to Night Stalker:

    I am still waiting for my 68030-card to be repaired for my A2000. Have a NIC
    and my entire BBS setup on that thing already...


    Nice.. I ran my BBS on an mostly stock a2000.. had 8MB ram expansion card
    .. it DID have an accellerator card, but without ram on the card the accellerator is useless..

    to see

    Cheers! - Night Stalker

    ... (A)bort, (R)etry, (P)retend this never happened...

    --- MBSE BBS v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux-ARM)
    * Origin: Pandemonium! (Living With A Demon Inside) (80:519/20)
  • From Night Stalker@80:519/0 to Richard Menedetter on Tue Nov 22 21:56:00 2016

    Yes, it has a PCMCIA card and a IDE connector.

    I have used CF cards in the PCMCIA adapter and also Ethernet and WiFi Cards (the last 2 only on the 1200, that has a memory expansion
    installed)


    Yea I was pretty sure the A600 had an IDE interface.. I knew it had PCMCIA interface.. but still.. I'd prefer an A1200 but I'd settle for an A600 if I could find one for a decent price.. I can always aftermarket on ebay for the small crap I need to get it working

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: internal dimension idbbs.dlinkddns.com port 59 (80:519/0)
  • From @80:774/12 to Necromaster on Sat Mar 11 07:09:00 2017
    Re: Re: Amiga
    By: Necromaster to Pharoah on Wed Nov 02 2016 09:09 am

    have the archive for CNet 5.10i but my license from 5.07 does not work on

    Hi Necromaster,

    What are the chances of sending me the v5.10i installation archive? I can find my v5 license file but can't find the installation archive.

    Thanks heaps!


    Cheers,
    Chris
    --- SBBSecho 3.00-Win32
    * Origin: Capitol Shrill BBS - Washington, DC (80:774/12)
  • From Necromaster@80:774/1 to ?? on Sat Mar 11 09:59:55 2017
    > Hi Necromaster,
    >
    > What are the chances of sending me the v5.10i installation archive? I
    > can find my v5 license file but can't find the installation archive.
    >
    > Thanks heaps!
    >

    I cannot see who sent me this message for some reason? Anyhow. We are opposite situation :) I have the archive but cannot locate my license information. I have emailed the current CNet author many times but have not heard from him. Anyhow, email me at croldanimages@yahoo.com

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS: necrobbs.strangled.net:27 (80:774/1)
  • From @80:774/12 to Necromaster on Mon Mar 13 19:36:00 2017
    Re: Re: Amiga
    By: Necromaster to ?? on Sat Mar 11 2017 09:59 am

    I cannot see who sent me this message for some reason? Anyhow. We are opposite situation :) I have the archive but cannot locate my license information. I have emailed the current CNet author many times but have not heard from him. Anyhow, email me at croldanimages@yahoo.com

    Hi Necromaster,

    For some reason my name isn't appearing on this BBS and when I try changing it, the BBS spits out an error javascript/web error and disconnects me.

    I sent through an email yesterday,to the Yahoo address you listed in your previous message. Hopefully you've received it.

    Thanks in advance!


    Cheers,
    Chris
    --- SBBSecho 3.00-Win32
    * Origin: Capitol Shrill BBS - Washington, DC (80:774/12)
  • From Night Stalker@80:519/0 to Unknown Sender :P on Fri May 26 14:03:50 2017
    On 03/13/17, said the following...
    >
    > For some reason my name isn't appearing on this BBS and when I try
    > changing it, the BBS spits out an error javascript/web error and
    > disconnects me.

    Don't use Synchronet's web interface to do it. Telnet to the BBS and change
    it that way

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: internal dimension idbbs.dlinkddns.com port 59 (80:519/0)
  • From Necromaster@80:774/0 to Bucko on Sun Sep 9 07:58:53 2018
    On 09/08/18, Bucko said the following...

    On 09/08/18, Necromaster said the following...

    Hello all, I am just curious.. what was your first Amiga computer? M was an A500, then I got an A2000 in a tower and then an Amiga 2000 th I have today but the poor girl is non-functional.

    Mine was an A500 also. I spent $500 on a HD for it after having it for like 3 months only a 40 meg HD also. Jeez! I moved up to a A3000 when I found one at an online store for $700 brand new, they were liquidating
    all Amiga hardware and giving stuff away.. If I would have known then
    what I know now, I would have kept the A3000 put it away and sold it
    today for the rediculous prices people are getting for Amiga stuff...


    Amiga prices on E-bay are ridiculous.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS - necrobbs.strangled.net (80:774/0)
  • From Spitfire@80:774/69 to Necromaster on Sun Sep 9 09:07:10 2018
    On Sat 8-Sep-2018 7:12p, Necromaster@80:774/0.0 wrote:
    Hello all, I am just curious.. what was your first Amiga computer? Mine
    was an
    A500, then I got an A2000 in a tower and then an Amiga 2000 that I have today
    but the poor girl is non-functional.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS - necrobbs.strangled.net (80:774/0)

    My first Amiga was an A1000. I was not impressed with it. It was all new. Then a friend showed me his A500 he had, and I mad an offer and bought it
    from him and sold the A1000 and used the money to up-grade the A500 to 3 megs of chip RAM. Later I found a Slide on HD for it. It only was 30 megs. Saved up hard and up graded it to 345 megs. At that time I know it was abou a dollar
    a meg at that time. This was the system I ran my first CNet Amiga BBS on. It
    was kind of late in the time, just about when AOL and Compuserve started with the internet. I still wish I had it, but I sold it to buy my first PC. AOL did not offer the software for AmigaOS to get on the internet. Just Windows or
    Mac. :(

    // -=]SPITFIRE[=- of Reign Of Fire BBS.
    \X/ JoinLink - RetroNet - C=Net - FidoNet
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Reign Of Fire BBS: rofbbs.ddns.net:2300 1991-2018 (80:774/69)
  • From Necromaster@80:774/0 to All on Sat Sep 8 19:12:40 2018
    Hello all, I am just curious.. what was your first Amiga computer? Mine was an
    A500, then I got an A2000 in a tower and then an Amiga 2000 that I have today but the poor girl is non-functional.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS - necrobbs.strangled.net (80:774/0)
  • From Bucko@80:774/70 to Necromaster on Sat Sep 8 20:13:29 2018
    On 09/08/18, Necromaster said the following...

    Hello all, I am just curious.. what was your first Amiga computer? Mine was an A500, then I got an A2000 in a tower and then an Amiga 2000 that
    I have today but the poor girl is non-functional.

    Mine was an A500 also. I spent $500 on a HD for it after having it for like 3 months only a 40 meg HD also. Jeez! I moved up to a A3000 when I found one at an online store for $700 brand new, they were liquidating all Amiga hardware and giving stuff away.. If I would have known then what I know now, I would have kept the A3000 put it away and sold it today for the rediculous prices people are getting for Amiga stuff...

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: The Wrong Number Family Of BBS' - Wrong Number ][ (80:774/70)
  • From Bucko@80:774/70 to Necromaster on Sun Sep 9 17:22:17 2018
    On 09/09/18, Necromaster said the following...


    Amiga prices on E-bay are ridiculous.


    Without a doubt, when I started getting back into the Amiga I priced out some on eBay $500 for an a500. $1g for a A2000.. Ridiculous!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: The Wrong Number Family Of BBS' - Wrong Number ][ (80:774/70)
  • From Tim Grooms@80:774/79 to Necromaster on Mon Sep 10 00:17:35 2018
    My first was an A1000 in 1986. My first Amiga to run my BBS on. Before
    that it was Vic-20 and C-64/128. The first software I used was BBS-PC.
    After that I purchased a 3000 desktop and then a 3000 Tower.

    Still have them all along with many others. I think I have a total of 16 Amigas now.

    My BBS went from BBS-PC! to Paragon/Starnet/MEBBSNet and then to Excelsior! After running Excelsior! for a few months earlier this year I have moved
    over to Zeus.


    On Saturday September 08, 2018, Necromaster said to All...

    Hello all, I am just curious.. what was your first Amiga computer? Mine was an
    A500, then I got an A2000 in a tower and then an Amiga 2000 that I have today but the poor girl is non-functional.


    --- Zeus BBS 1.5
    * Origin: CIA AMIGA BBS - ciaamigabbs.dynu.net:6400 (80:774/79.0)
  • From Necromaster@80:774/0 to Tim Grooms on Mon Sep 10 08:28:27 2018
    On 09/10/18, Tim Grooms said the following...

    My first was an A1000 in 1986. My first Amiga to run my BBS on. Before that it was Vic-20 and C-64/128. The first software I used was BBS-PC. After that I purchased a 3000 desktop and then a 3000 Tower.

    Still have them all along with many others. I think I have a total of 16 Amigas now.

    My BBS went from BBS-PC! to Paragon/Starnet/MEBBSNet and then to Excelsior! After running Excelsior! for a few months earlier this year I have moved over to Zeus.

    Wow 16 Amigas? My computer trips started with an Atari 65xe on which I ran
    my first BBS with Oasis BBS using a modified XF551 disk drive and ICD MIO. From that I went to C64 (Never ran a BBS on it) then a Coleco Adam, then
    Amiga 500, then Amiga 2000 in a tower (Man was it heavy) and now an Amiga
    2000 on a Amiga 2500 case. But the girl is dying.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS - necrobbs.strangled.net (80:774/0)
  • From Necromaster@80:774/0 to Tim Grooms on Mon Sep 10 08:29:29 2018
    My BBS went from BBS-PC! to Paragon/Starnet/MEBBSNet and then to Excelsior! After running Excelsior! for a few months earlier this year I have moved over to Zeus.

    I have always wanted to try Zeus BBS but every effort I have made to contact the developer is useless. Cannot obtain a license.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS - necrobbs.strangled.net (80:774/0)
  • From Tim Grooms@80:774/79 to Necromaster on Wed Sep 12 00:00:28 2018
    Hate that you can't get a key. Would love to have others running it to
    share ideas about bugs and problems.

    I got my key from him in 2011. Just now getting around to putting it
    online.

    On Monday September 10, 2018, Necromaster said to Tim Grooms...

    My BBS went from BBS-PC! to Paragon/Starnet/MEBBSNet and then to
    Excelsior! After running Excelsior! for a few months earlier this year
    I have moved over to Zeus.

    I have always wanted to try Zeus BBS but every effort I have made to contact the developer is useless. Cannot obtain a license.


    --- Zeus BBS 1.5
    * Origin: CIA AMIGA BBS - ciaamigabbs.dynu.net:6400 (80:774/79.0)
  • From Crackerjak@80:774/60 to Necromaster on Sat Sep 15 11:32:38 2018
    On Sun 8-Sep-2018 7:12p, Necromaster@80:774/0.0 wrote:
    Hello all, I am just curious.. what was your first Amiga computer? Mine
    was an
    A500, then I got an A2000 in a tower and then an Amiga 2000 that I have today
    but the poor girl is non-functional.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS - necrobbs.strangled.net (80:774/0)

    My first Miggy was an A500. Then I got the hard drive, then a A1000, then a A2000, then my 3000, and another 2000. Then I got a CD32. Only one of the 2000's work, my 3000 is fine and so is the 1000 and the CD32. Before all these I had bought an C=64 for $200 and a floppy drive for it for another $200, both from Sears waaaaaaayyyyy back then. :-)
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS (CNet) necrobbs.strangled.net:40 (80:774/60)
  • From Crackerjak@80:774/60 to Spitfire on Mon Sep 17 20:44:52 2018
    How did you have more than one phone line going to your A500?
    I had thought about using my A500, but I didn't see a way around getting more nodes. I got a 2000 with several cards already in it from another BBS and used that instead.
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS (CNet) necrobbs.strangled.net:40 (80:774/60)
  • From Spitfire@80:774/69 to Crackerjak on Wed Dec 5 20:19:39 2018
    On Mon 17-Sep-2018 8:44p, Crackerjak@80:774/60.0 said to Spitfire:
    How did you have more than one phone line going to your A500?
    I had thought about using my A500, but I didn't see a way around getting more
    nodes. I got a 2000 with several cards already in it from another BBS and used
    that instead.
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Necronomicon BBS (CNet) necrobbs.strangled.net:40 (80:774/60)

    I used an ISDN modem. It allowed 2 56K lines in or a 128k duel line to
    double the speed.

    //
    // -=]SPITFIRE[=- of Reign Of Fire BBS. rofbbs.ddns.net:2300
    \X/ JoinLink - RetroNet - C=Net - FidoNet (931)/494-9100

    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Reign Of Fire: rofbbs.ddns.net:2300 / (931)494-9100 (80:774/69)
  • From Bucko@80:774/70 to Spitfire on Thu Dec 6 16:33:36 2018
    I did what CJ did with my Amiga 3000, I had 2 serial cards in it, I ran 2 modems on them 1 for me to call out and one for the BBS. At the time I was getting like 25 calls a day so I never wanted to take it down to call out..

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: The Wrong Number Family Of BBS' - Wrong Number ][ (80:774/70)
  • From Crackerjak@80:774/82 to Bucko on Sun Dec 9 19:32:16 2018
    On Thu 6-Dec-2018 4:33p, Bucko@80:774/70.0 said to Spitfire:
    I did what CJ did with my Amiga 3000, I had 2 serial cards in it, I ran 2

    People today still call me CJ from the last time I ran a BBS. lol!
    ķ
    ķķķ ķķ ķ
    Ķ зĽ Ķз
    Ľ Ľ Ľ
    Ľ
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Second Coming :: scbbs.ddns.net:6400 (80:774/82)
  • From Bucko@80:774/70.2 to Crackerjak on Mon Dec 10 17:42:12 2018
    On Sun 9-Dec-2018 7:32p, Crackerjak@80:774/82.0 said to Bucko:
    On Thu 6-Dec-2018 4:33p, Bucko@80:774/70.0 said to Spitfire:
    I did what CJ did with my Amiga 3000, I had 2 serial cards in it, I ran
    2

    People today still call me CJ from the last time I ran a BBS. lol!
    ķ
    ķķķ ķķ ķ
    Ķ зĽ Ķз
    Ľ Ľ Ľ
    Ľ
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Second Coming :: scbbs.ddns.net:6400 (80:774/82)

    LOL I just found it easier to type.. My typing is horrendous anyways. So any shortcuts are a blessing.. LOL
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: The Wrong Number Family Of BBS' - Wrong Number ]I[ (80:774/70.2)
  • From Tim Grooms@80:774/79 to Bucko on Fri Dec 14 17:09:14 2018
    I had the Serial Solution card in mine and ran 3 lines for a few years.

    Still have the card, just no phone line ha!

    On Thursday December 06, 2018, Bucko said to Spitfire...

    I did what CJ did with my Amiga 3000, I had 2 serial cards in it, I ran
    2 modems on them 1 for me to call out and one for the BBS. At the time I was getting like 25 calls a day so I never wanted to take it down to
    call out..

    --- Zeus BBS 1.5
    * Origin: CIA AMIGA BBS - ciaamigabbs.dynu.net:6400 (80:774/79.0)
  • From Bucko@80:774/70 to Tim Grooms on Fri Dec 14 18:43:33 2018
    On 12/14/18, Tim Grooms said the following...

    I had the Serial Solution card in mine and ran 3 lines for a few years.

    Still have the card, just no phone line ha!

    I look back at everything I sold, gave away, or threw out. It is killing me now, back in 2015 I made the decision that I would never be running a BBS
    again and would never need my Commodore stuff again, I was moving and didn't want to pack it all up and bring it. I gave away all of my CBM stuff, I threw out my $350 USR v.everything modem, I sold my A3000 around 1994 because I got so pissed that there would be no Commodore anymore. Now? I wish I had it all back, besides running the PC board, I am running an Amiga board, I am programming the Commodore BBS Image BBS again. Only good that came out of it
    is I just ordered a Ultimate 64, a uIEC/SD card, a swiftlink, and I just
    bought a used C64 which I am going to use to test all the periphials I bought then turn around and sell it. I am back full blown into CBM, but the Amiga
    with the Emulator just keeps on running. :)

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: The Wrong Number Family Of BBS' - Wrong Number ][ (80:774/70)
  • From Crackerjak@80:774/70.2 to Bucko on Thu Jan 31 19:13:13 2019
    On Fri 14-Dec-2018 5:43p, Bucko@80:774/70.0 said to Mtnclimber:
    then turn around and sell it. I am back full blown into CBM, but the Amiga with the Emulator just keeps on running. :)


    Nothing wrong with that. I'm only a pak-rat when it comes to everything C=. ķ
    ķķķ ķķ ķ
    Ķ зĽ Ķз
    Ľ Ľ Ľ
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: The Wrong Number Family Of BBS' - Wrong Number ]I[ (80:774/70.2)