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Southern Amis

Atari BBS running Atascii and Ascii 130XE Platform Hosted in the AWS Cloud. Legacy project as tribute to Circa 1984 New York BBS Southern Comfort

 

 

Stuck in the 90s BBS

Just a basic WorldGroup BBS. I’ve made an entry for this before, but I think it got deleted, I guess because I only had a web interface to it and not a direct telnet interface. I’ve finally figured out how to enable a telnet interface, so now it has one.

SA Vintage Computer Community BBS

To my knowledge, this is the only BBS currently running in South Africa. It was created largely with the members of the “Vintage Computing and Console Group of South Africa” Facebook group in mind, and as such, is partially intended as an unofficial BBS for that group. Anyone is welcome to join though. BBS is still somewhat under construction, but more stuff will be added to it in time. Currently there is a large library of MOD music files, and a few DOS games and applications.

The BBS server itself is a “vintage” 233 MHz Pentium II, with 128 MB of RAM, running Windows 98:

Storm BBS

Storm BBS is running Mystic and is active on FSXnet, but is most interesting for a few unique enhancements — daily calendar ANSIs, custom ANSI menus, an interstitial of lightning bolts, and a Storm BBS LORD game that has characters that were made back in 1995.

Storm BBS also hosts files for KBBS, which was an old commercial BBS software abandoned in the late ’90s.

Sinner’s Haven

Just keeping the BBS alive. Have some nets AgoraNet DoreNet FXNet ZeroNet SurvNet. And some doors. But mostly it is still up for nostalgia reasons and will probably stay up till i die.

Studio Underground BBS

Running Renegade and preserved from 1991, the BBS was frozen in time and now reborn like a Pheonix with preserved users, posts and is being worked on daily. ugnetbbs.hopto.org

Satellite 4

Running Color64v8, large download section, including loadstar disks d64 and d81s. system is running on a breadbin c64… CMD thunderdrive, sd2iec, 1581, a swiftlink at 38400 and a REU …24/7

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StarDoc 134

Hybrid Linux/Dos BBS recently back from the Dead. WWIV with telnet and web portals. A bunch of door games. Hoping to continue to expand.

Star Flight BBS

DOS based Fidonet Echos LORD, Usurper, Soon to have Tetris and Tradewars Recreation of the BBS I used to run from 1988 to around 1995.

Star Frontiers

A Sci-Fi fantasy BBS. Originally online from the late 80s-early 90s, now it’s back. Tons of door games.

Spy Visits Spy BBS

Spy Visits Spy BBS has online games , 58 Winserver games, I am in the process of getting some 16 bit doors to work. Visiting sysops get Platinum access.

 

 

SouthEast Star

Formerly known as Waldo’s Place USA, we are a top-tier Star-meshed Fidonet echomail hub & an IFDC FileGate Project(sm) hub. Telnet/SSH/HTTPS UIs. Thanks Hurricane Florence (2018) for the push to set up this new system. Drop by for a visit today! Always a WIP 😉

Star Collision BBS

Star Collision BBS was a RemoteAccess BBS founded in the summer of 1993.
The BBS mainly focused on text files, DOS utilities and FidoNet echomail conferences.

A dedicated phone line was installed on January 10, 1994. After being a FidoNet point (2:206/120.6) for some time, the BBS became a FidoNet node (2:206/137) on August 4, 1995 and switched to 24h opening hours.

The BBS was first run on an Intel 386SX-40; later on an Intel 486DX4-100, an Intel Pentium MMX 200 and an AMD K6-2 400.

Modems used were a SupraFAXModem 24/96i, a PowerBit 14400 (March 1994), a USRobotics Sportster 28800 (May 31, 1996), a USRobotics Courier HST DS 14400, a USRobotics Sportster Vi 28.8 Faxmodem and a USRobotics Sportster Flash x2.

The last registered user signed up on September 6, 1997. The FidoNet node (2:206/137) was marked “Down” on October 24, 1997, and was removed on December 12, 1997. The dedicated phone line was decommissioned and the BBS closed down due to declining calls, lack of time and interest, and the advent of Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW).

The BBS was re-opened on August 3, 2019 – now using Mystic BBS on Linux – and joined fsxNet (21:1/202) on August 12, 2019.

It supports Telnet and SSH for users as well as Fido Technology Network (FTN) protocols binkp (IBN), fido/ifcico (IFC) and tfido (ITN/IVM) for echomail/netmail transfers. Dial-up is currently not available to the public, but preparations have been made for the future with a USRobotics Courier External 56K V.92 Global Dial-Up Business Modem (Courier V.Everything).

The BBS will focus on echomail conferences and file echos for the time being, with more to come in the future.

Sanitarium BBS

The Sanitarium BBS/The Amiga Archives – An original 916 Citadel BBS now back up and running on Citadel Groupware. Focus on uncensored discussion, retro-gaming, heavy metal and punk music, and other interesting topics.