FuSiON BBS is coded to work on a Texas Instruments TI-99/4A or Myarc Geneve 9640 computers.  FuSiON BBS was programmed by myself, Chris Schneider [SHIFT838] (except for the assembly call routines which permission was granted by author of S&T BBS software for use)

Current this is the only BBS that is being ran to support the TI-99/4A and Myrac Geneve 9640 computers on an emulated Myarc Geneve 9640 via a PC!

The BBS will run on both real TI or Myarc Geneve 9640 computers as well as an emulated system using MAME/MESS and can be used with either a real modem or a Lantronix UDS serial device.


  • Runs off Floppy Disk, Hard Disks and Ramdisk
  • Support for up to 38400 bps on Myarc Geneve 9640
  • Support for up to 19200 bps on TI-99/4A (with original TI RS232)
  • 40/80 Column Text Menu Support
  • IBM Graphics Support
  • ANSI Menus Support
  • Random ANSI LOGIN screen selection
  • Login Pages for ASCII 40/ASCII 80/ANSI
  • E-Mail (BBS)
  • Message Bases
  • Word-wrap for Message Bases, E-Mail and Feedback
  • Bulletins
  • Expert Menu Mode On/Off option
  • File Transfers (Xmodem CRC – TI/Myarc Geneve 9640 Only)
  • One Liners
  • Granular Sysop security (Main Sysop, Assistant Sysop)
  • Remote Admin functionality
  • BBS Maintenance Cleanup Utility
  • HDX Support
  • Login Speech Alert
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This BBS is using a non-standard telnet port (9640), the web telnet script may not work.