Post by Desert-Fox on Feb 20, 2008 11:19:42 GMT -5
Oops! Got them mixed up. No, didn't have a chance to try Ivory yet.
Okay... Whenever you get a chance, I'd like to know if you find anything that I missed that will get it to work at 2400 baud. Ivory v3.3 is at cottonwood.servebbs.com/ivory33.d64
I have been tinkering with a few other BBS programs. Color64 V7.37 does not respond at all to the server. The cool thing with color 64 is that you can actually type in the exact modem AT commands you want in the config program. Even with that though, still no luck! I am still working on it..... ;D
I do know a thing or two about Color 64 v7.37, as I ran it on dial-up and tried to get it to work on Telnet to no avail. Well, that's not exactly true. It works only at 300 baud! Obviously, 300 baud is much too slow unless you're a masochist. The problem is that Color 64 v7.37 is written to work at variable baud rates, whereas BBS Server works as a set baud rate. Color 64 v7.37 transmits all modem commands at 300 baud, and then when someone calls in, it switches to whatever baud rate the caller is calling at, as necessary. Getting it to work would probably just be a matter of reprogramming the source code to get it to send modem commands at 2400 baud instead of 300. Not having the necessary programming skills to pull this off, I gave up on it... But maybe you would have more luck?
Andrew, with regard to Color 64 7.37...I am working on it now to see if i can redo the code to at least 1200...hopefully 2400 but that may be pushing the envelope. I will post more on it later.