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RC-BOX RC2014 based BBS

RC-BOX

This is probably the first RC2014 based bulletin board system in the world!

 

RC-BOX” is a classic 1983 “Micro Bulletin Board” system utilizing a RC2014 (Z80 based) computer kit running the “CP/M” operating system and “BYE” communication program to interface with the outside world.

 

Mirco BBS on RC2014 wating for a call
Mirco BBS on RC2014 wating for a call

 

On the hardware side a RC2014 with 64KB RAM, RomWBW ROM module, SIO/2 dual-serial module and Wifi module make up a CP/M capable 7 MHz Z80 machine that powers this bulletin board system.

The RC2014 computer kit that is used to run "RC-BOX"
The RC2014 (a Z80 based, modular DIY computer kit) that is used to run “RC-BOX”

 

You can also access a (restricted) CP/M command line and enjoy a round of “Super Star Trek”:

Enjoy a round of "Super Star Trek" online!
Enjoy a round of “Super Star Trek” online!

 

Do you want to connect like it’s 1985? Then come, take a look around!

Radio Club Moron

Dedicated to amateur radio. This BBS has all the packet network newsletters.

Radio Freqs and Geeks BBS

Are you a Ham Radio Operator? Comic Book reader? Like playing with electronics and 3D printing? Is your motto “Make America 8 Bit Again“!? What about RPGs, Pop Culture and Coding? Does “DOGE Coin to the Moon!” make your heart skip a beat? Then this BBS is one you may want to put in your phone book. Because that is what we are all about. Not just comics from the Big 2, but IGG and Kickstarter projects as well. How about some PDFs on antenna design for a weekend project? Maybe you need a one page dungeon for a quick game with friends? Has DOGE Coin hit a dollar yet? All that and more is what we are looking to have available on Radio Freqs & Geeks. I’m working on trying to make this BBS have some great content and offer some neat things not found on other BBSes right now. Stop by, have a look and let me know what’s missing! This BBS runs on a Raspberry Pi3 using Mystic BBS software.

Rusty Mailbox

An old school BBS. DOVE-Net, fsxNet and Fidonet message areas

A few doors and a large file base.

 

Rock BBS

Full retro-bbs featuring Spitfire BBS from Buffalo Creek Software! From its beginnings in May of 1992 to today The Rock features netmail, echomail, awesome doorgames as well as a warehouse full of retro software. Whether new to retro-bbs’ing or an expert you will find something you like at The Rock!

Reign of Fire III

Dedicated to the Commodore computer. With Retro Systems coming back to life with WiFi modems. Here is a classic BBS software that stood the test of time.

Running on a C128, JiffyDos, uIEC/SD, 1541, 1581, and a WiModem.  Running the oldest Commodore BBS software still in use and developed today!

Telnet: rof.cnet128.com:6502

Reflections BBS

Commodore 128D, SuperCPU 128 (20mhz), 8.2 GB ThunderDrive, RAMLink, FD4000, FD2000 and lots more!

rof.cnet64.com:6400

Reign of Fire II

Dedicated to the Commodore computer. With Retro Systems coming back to life with WiFi modems. Here is a classic BBS software that stood the test of time.

Running on a C64, JiffyDos, uIEC/SD, 1541-II, 1541, and a WiModem.  Running the oldest Commodore BBS software still in use and developed today!

Telnet: rof.cnet64.com:6400

Rock BBS III

Revisit ‘The ROCK’ at this, the third version of the popular Ballistic Labs Software Bulletin Board.

First opened in 1992 as ‘The ROCK bbs’ in Alamogordo, New Mexico The ROCK served as the primary support center for Ballistic Labs Software, a company started by the SysOp, Michael Batts to provide door authors, SysOps and users alike with quality games and programming tools.  With little call for bbs game programming today the board exists primarily as a retirement project for the SysOp and for the amusement of anyone looking to investigate or relive the joys of the era of the BBS.

Stop in and say hello and maybe play a game or two!

 

Razz Pie BBS

This BBS is ran entirely on a Raspberry PI 3

Using Mystic 1.12 A38, with several Mystic MPL Door games

Themes:

Raspberry PI and Mystic