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shift838
Feb 13, 2018

Hello and advice

6 comments

I ran across this site and I was intrigued as I have always wanted an Amiga. I have quite a few Pi3's around so I purchased the ROMs and got a basic WorkBench up and running.

 

Now I am wondering what software can I use to utilize my Pi3 tcp/ip stack and emulate a modem to connect out to retro-BBS' via telnet. And of course how?

 

 

patrik.gillgren
Feb 22, 2018Edited: Feb 22, 2018

No need to run a tcp-ip stack in the emulated amiga part. Just setup network on your pi. And then it just works. :)

 

Edit : Did't read your question verry good. :) But nicom with the correct lib would to the job i guess?

shift838
Feb 26, 2018

OS3.9 works well with the tcp stack. I did have to install 'telser'. It basically creates a virtual.serial port called telser.device. I can then map it in a terminal program and issue basic AT commands to connect to telnet bbs'.

 

Trying the same on WB3.1 says I need to install AmiTCP. Have not figured this one out yet.. Getting there though..

Phalkon13
Oct 5, 2018

Shift838: Did you ever get this working fully on 3.1? I'd love to see your workup of it.

shift838
Oct 6, 2018

Yes, I got it to work fully on the Raspberry Pi3, but it's slow as hell.

jonathanhodges
Jun 6

I tried copying over my copy of C-Net BBS over from my WinUAE version on my PC. My BBS only has 5 lines available. When I tried to run it, I ran out of memory. I was wondering if there was a different BBS program that isn't a hog and run on the RPi. I've seen plenty of Mystic BBSes running on the RPi, and they fly very fast. DLG? Zeus? /X? Trinity? Suggestions to try?

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