From: Andrew Wiskow (drewbrasil_at_yahoo.com.br)
Date: 2006-12-23 15:51:20
I've made some improvements to Cottonwood BBS these past couple days... I was able to track down All American BBS's author Nick Smith, and I had a pleasant conversation with him over the phone. Turns out he still has his records of all the registered AA BBS owners, and he was able to look up my name and give me my serial number (which I had lost). So I tested out AA BBS v9.6, which is the last version I got from him (he offered to send me a copy of the last version he released in 1991 or 1992, which I believe he said was v11.2b... just have to wait for him to do some testing to be sure he has a good copy). As it turns out, it appears that AA BBS works with my 2400 baud modem, which Ivory didn't... It also appears that AA BBS works properly with 64HDD, which both Color 64 and Ivory wouldn't. AA BBS v9.6 comes with 22 online games -- Ivory has none. And it's not as "hardware intensive" as Color 64... So... Long story short... I switched to AA BBS! Call COTTONWOOD BBS! Now running All American BBS! Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Operating at 300 - 2400 baud! Running on two 1541's and SIX "simulated" 1581's! Bulletins (message boards)! File transfers! Online games! (951)242-3593 HAPPY HOLIDAYS from COTTONWOOD BBS! Andrew Wiskow (aka Balzabaar - SysOp) __________________________________________________ Fale com seus amigos de graça com o novo Yahoo! Messenger http://br.messenger.yahoo.com/ Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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