Hello Petar, Since I don't know the current status of these projects very well, I forward your question to the cbm-hackers mailing list. [List members, please add a cc: to Petar when replying. You can find my reply below.] On Thu, 16 Oct 1980, petars wrote: > HI > > Sorry for my Ignorance but how can a C64 do all this stuff like go on the > internet and have a unix clone ? > How is it possible and what do I need to make it work on my C64. > > Sorry for any speling errors. > Pleas respond > > Petar Stipanovich > > firstname.lastname@example.org > There are several Unix-like operating systems for the C64. Some of them, like ACE, are workalikes: trying to emulate the Unix shell, but featuring e.g. no multitasking. Others (LUnix, ACE) are technically more advanced but may not have (m)any application programs. LUnix and ACE have SLIP support, and there was a ACE-based web server (c64.rhein-neckar.de) a few years ago. The address still exists, but packets destined there remain bouncing between two routers. Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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