From: Marko Mäkelä (marko.makela_at_hut.fi)
Date: 2006-12-08 10:37:34
On Fri, Dec 08, 2006 at 05:59:19AM -0300, Andrew Wiskow wrote: > I apologize to anyone who tried to call before... The > VoIP line I tried to use didn't work out... So I'm > back with a new number, a regular phone line, and NO > line noise! Does the BBS run on real hardware or an emulator? Now that virtualization is becoming the buzzword, you could run VoIP and a C64 emulator on some hosting provider's virtual server. :-) On another virtual server, you'd run a telnet-VoIP gateway, so that the BBS could also be accessed via telnet over the Internet. :-) (Of course, the simplest solution would be to set up a telnet to RS-232 gateway with C-Kermit or the like and connect the BBS machine via RS-232. Or maybe simply connect the emulated RS-232 of VICE or some other emulator to telnet, but that might require some low-level programming.) I don't wonder why the VoIP line didn't work. It might work with a codec that used lossless compression, but not on those fancy codecs that transform between the time and frequency domains. > Call now at +1 (951)242-3593 Thanks, but I got rid of a fixed phone line years ago. Does it work with GSM data? :-) [It actually might, but I've never used GSM data.] Has anyone hooked a GSM phone to a C64? Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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