The Wrong Number family of BBS’ is proud to announce the opening of a Brand New CNet v5.21b Pro BBS serving the Amiga/Commodore community. Featuring CommodoreNet and RetroNet Echo Networks (Some more in the future) Online PFiles, At the moment 3 Game Servers (BCR – Black Country Rock, Quazar Game Server, and an In House Game Server) Files are being added by the day and will specialize in Amiga/Commodore CD’s and Files. CNet JoinLink Chat System hooked up to approximately 10 other BBS’ for your chatting fun. I feel it is like the old Qlink days when chatting in it. If you remember Qlink you will know what I mean.
An active affiliate club of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL). Based in Charlotte, NC, the club has been serving Amateur Radio Operators, or Hams, in Mecklenburg County and the surrounding areas since it was founded in 1949. Access is for licensed Amateur Operators Only. Email: email@example.com
The Wretched Beagle was originally set up in 1993 in Traverse City Michigan running WWIV 4.24 on a 386/25 notebook computer.
The current incarnation was set up in 2014 on linux and is primarily a test system to help with developing WWIV 5 Since it’s running the latest bleeding-edge WWIV5.3, things are likely rough around the edges. It’s mostly stock (because content gets overwritten a lot), but you are welcome to stop by and check out the message bases.
SSH works, but only via SyncTERM
The WABAC Machine BBS (Wavelength Acceleration Bidirectional Asynchronous Controller). In the middle of the 1950’s the US government started research into Time Travel. This led to the construction of the largest computer ever built to date. This long forgotten computer was and is still funded by a government BLACK program. The people who keep the system running don’t even know what it is used for anymore. We found a backdoor through a maintenance port. Telnet in and step back in time! (The WABAC Machine BBS) Running Worldgroup 2.0! Online since 1994. Galactic Empire, TW2002(Pro), 2 Lord Games, Wilderness MUD, SUB Striker and a lot more! Free Access, Internet Email, IRC and more!
Established in 2009 and located in Düsseldorf (Germany) Wintermute BBS has a focus on classic computers with a bias towards Commodore computers as well as the (not yet retro) Rasspberry Pi SBC.
The bbs features a files section (x-/y-/z-modem downloads, just like the old days!), chat, netmail, local and networked bulletin boards (FIDO Net, BBS-Network) and popular RSS newsfeeds. For entertainment you may choose from a selection of classic DOS door games for you to enjoy.
The bbs migrated to a new software (MBSE BBS) on january 1st, 2019 after ten years of permanent operation and has been re-designed and re-organized. Data from the existing file areas was migrated from the old software to MBSE BBS as well.
While german is the primary language, english is also spoken and there are menus and RSS feeds available for both languages.
Behind the scenes the bbs is run by a Raspberry Pi 3, Raspbian Linux and MBSE BBS. The system also uses QEMU and FreeDOS in order to provide classic DOS door games.