On Tue, 20 Feb 2001, Nick Coplin wrote: > @#$!ing Lycos has been dooing this lately.... I have to use an .COM > email as cbm-hacker mail fails to be recieved by my .AU address and > .AU can't send mail reliably to .FI It could work now. The hut.fi nameservers had a maximum hop count of 30, which is too small to reach all of the Internet these days. Someone was complaining for a Taiwanese address, and the limit was extended to 64. I don't remember your .au domain address, so I can't check it now. > I'm sure an 8-bit system wouldn't have these problems :) An 8-bit system that implements TCP/IP could omit the gateway stuff altogether, so that the system could only be accessed from the same network segment. Does anyone know how much this would reduce complexity? BTW, the Vic-20 cartridge project is going on. Last weekend I wrote the VIC-20 part: a menu system integrated with the PuCrunch decompressor. It can launch cartridges and BASIC programs at $401, $1001 or $1201. I'll try to finish the PC part by this weekend. The hardware is under construction, but it'll probably take some weeks. We'll use SMD and programmable logic (from Lattice) in the prototype. Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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