• ARGH.

    From Exodus@25:25/0 to All on Sat Mar 12 22:54:29 2022
    I hate when Microshaft defender thinks NFU from NETFOSS is a virus and deletes it. Wondered why my 32bit doors weren't working. I found out, the file running them was GONE. All fixed now tho. ;)

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  • From Vorlonze@25:1/106 to Exodus on Sun Mar 13 07:28:34 2022
    Exodus wrote to All <=-

    I hate when Microshaft defender thinks NFU from NETFOSS is a virus
    and deletes it. Wondered why my 32bit doors weren't working. I found out, the file running them was GONE. All fixed now tho. ;)

    Ya, same here. Daily struggle. Its like MS Def can't remember that NFU is marked in Def's own settings as an allowed prg.

    Maybe we need to flood MS with demands to modify Def to stop checking for NFU. Like that will fix them!


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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Exodus on Mon Mar 14 06:16:28 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Exodus |03to |11All
    |03on |1112 Mar 22 22:54:29|03.

    I hate when Microshaft defender thinks NFU from NETFOSS is a virus and deletes it. Wondered why my 32bit doors weren't working. I found out, the file running them was GONE. All fixed now tho. ;)



    is it because nfu is packed?

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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Mon Mar 14 06:16:59 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Exodus
    |03on |1113 Mar 22 09:11|03.

    I hate when Microshaft defender thinks NFU from NETFOSS is a virus and deletes it. Wondered why my 32bit doors weren't working. I found out, the file running them was GONE. All fixed now tho. ;)

    What you need is an event that check for NFU and replaces it when missing. You know in case you get shafted again.


    defender would grab it right away. you need to have it ignore the directory the file exists in.

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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Vorlonze on Mon Mar 14 06:17:58 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Vorlonze |03to |11Exodus
    |03on |1113 Mar 22 07:28:34|03.

    Exodus wrote to All <=-

    I hate when Microshaft defender thinks NFU from NETFOSS is a virus and deletes it. Wondered why my 32bit doors weren't working. I found out, the file running them was GONE. All fixed now tho. ;)

    Ya, same here. Daily struggle. Its like MS Def can't remember that NFU is marked in Def's own settings as an allowed prg.

    Maybe we need to flood MS with demands to modify Def to stop checking for N Like that will fix them!


    i think this happens during windows updates. some things get thrown back to defaults. i have some registry changes for my context menus that get rolled back, too. on one of the bbses i host a port i had opened ended up being blocked.

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  • From Vorlonze@25:1/106 to Jas Hud on Mon Mar 14 11:05:45 2022
    Jas Hud wrote to Vorlonze <=-



    Ya, same here. Daily struggle. Its like MS Def can't remember that NFU is marked in Def's own settings as an allowed prg.

    Maybe we need to flood MS with demands to modify Def to stop checking for N Like that will fix them!


    i think this happens during windows updates. some things get thrown
    back to defaults. i have some registry changes for my context menus
    that get rolled back, too. on one of the bbses i host a port i had opened ended up being blocked.


    I would agree that is a part of the problem but it happens to me at times other than WinUpdate. Sometimes when NFU is run MS DEF reports and quarantines
    it. MS DEF is at best with old stuff, problematic. At worst, dumber than a bag of hammers.

    I too get stuff changed, rolled back, turned off and reset back to defaults. They can, and have in the past, installed updates and kept all setting they way they were. My
    perspective is, Cool, bring your updates to make the system safer and better. KEEP my settings intact, you can program it in to read them, store them and PUT THEM BACK!
    If I have set a black background, no screen saver, turned off OneDrive, didn't setup a MS Account, etc..... Leave It Alone!
    If I turned it off or didn't set it up, what makes you think I want it now? You'll make more happy customers that way.

    I know, it's fantasy land...

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  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Jas Hud on Mon Mar 14 16:26:39 2022
    I hate when Microshaft defender thinks NFU from NETFOSS is a virus and deletes it. Wondered why my 32bit doors weren't working. I found out, the file running them was GONE. All fixed now tho. ;)



    is it because nfu is packed?

    Maybe .... wouldn't even have noticed except in the logs it showed people loggin into MRC for 3 seconds over and over .. Then I had to un echo the batch file and put a pause at the end so I could see what the hell was going on. <G>

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  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Jas Hud on Mon Mar 14 16:27:29 2022
    Ya, same here. Daily struggle. Its like MS Def can't remember that NFU is marked in Def's own settings as an allowed prg.

    Maybe we need to flood MS with demands to modify Def to stop checking for N Like that will fix them!

    Anonying as shit .... why can't they just go "oh, this is how you want it .... we'll leave it that way" ... hahah yeah right.

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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Vorlonze on Mon Mar 14 18:52:47 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Vorlonze |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |1114 Mar 22 11:05:45|03.

    Jas Hud wrote to Vorlonze <=-



    Ya, same here. Daily struggle. Its like MS Def can't remember that NFU is marked in Def's own settings as an allowed prg.

    Maybe we need to flood MS with demands to modify Def to stop checking for Like that will fix them!


    i think this happens during windows updates. some things get thrown back to defaults. i have some registry changes for my context menus that get rolled back, too. on one of the bbses i host a port i had opened ended up being blocked.


    I would agree that is a part of the problem but it happens to me at times o than WinUpdate. Sometimes when NFU is run MS DEF reports and quarantines
    it. MS DEF is at best with old stuff, problematic. At worst, dumber than a of hammers.

    I too get stuff changed, rolled back, turned off and reset back to defaults They can, and have in the past, installed updates and kept all setting they they were. My
    perspective is, Cool, bring your updates to make the system safer and bette KEEP my settings intact, you can program it in to read them, store them and

    i did a thing where it saved my login and auto logged me in on one of my accounts. then i have a local account where i just use that pin.
    all of a sudden my login has a 'bad password' after a few windows updates. nothing has been changed.
    for a long time it kept on trying that login and using that 'bad password' then about 4 reboots later i'm back to the pin. jesus christ windows.

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  • From Vorlonze@25:1/106 to Jas Hud on Tue Mar 15 11:17:51 2022
    Jas Hud wrote to Vorlonze <=-

    |03Quoting message from |11Vorlonze |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |1114 Mar 22 11:05:45|03.



    I too get stuff changed, rolled back, turned off and reset back to defaults They can, and have in the past, installed updates and kept all setting they they were. My
    perspective is, Cool, bring your updates to make the system safer and bette KEEP my settings intact, you can program it in to read them, store them and

    i did a thing where it saved my login and auto logged me in on one of
    my accounts. then i have a local account where i just use that pin.
    all of a sudden my login has a 'bad password' after a few windows
    updates. nothing has been changed.
    for a long time it kept on trying that login and using that 'bad password' then about 4 reboots later i'm back to the pin. jesus
    christ windows.

    Had that too on my Plex server, BBS server, Wife's computer and the others I have running.
    Dont care too much about Wife's and mine but the BBS and Plex servers are supposed to reboot with autologin every time. BBS especially. The one I really hate the most is after it updates, boots autologin and stops on the Lets Set Up Your Computer like its a brand new one. That is the one MS could just !@#$%^& fix so it grabs all your settings already. Nothing will load until you go through it. Its always the same questions, enter you email for MS account, Setup one drive, blah, blah blah. If I didn't set this crap up last time why would you think I want it now? Don't insult my inteligence MS. However yours needs some work.

    Windows rant over....

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  • From Mro@25:25/0 to All on Tue Mar 15 14:33:41 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Jas Hud |03to |11Vorlonze
    |03on |1114 Mar 22 06:17:58|03.

    Quoting message from Vorlonze to Exodus
    on 13 Mar 22 07:28:34.

    Exodus wrote to All <=-

    I hate when Microshaft defender thinks NFU from NETFOSS is a virus and deletes it. Wondered why my 32bit doors weren't working. I found out, the file running them was GONE. All fixed now tho. ;)

    Ya, same here. Daily struggle. Its like MS Def can't remember that NFU is marked in Def's own settings as an allowed prg.

    Maybe we need to flood MS with demands to modify Def to stop checking for N Like that will fix them!


    i think this happens during windows updates. some things get thrown back defaults. i have some registry changes for my context menus that get rolle back, too. on one of the bbses i host a port i had opened ended up being blocked.

    ... Kill What You Can't Understand.


    oh my nfu got eaten on graveyard. had to fix it.

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  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Vorlonze on Tue Mar 15 14:35:33 2022
    Had that too on my Plex server, BBS server, Wife's computer and the others have running.
    Dont care too much about Wife's and mine but the BBS and Plex servers are supposed to reboot with autologin every time. BBS especially. The one I rea hate the most is after it updates, boots autologin and stops on the Lets Se Your Computer like its a brand new one. That is the one MS could just !@#$% fix so it grabs all your settings already. Nothing will load until you go through it. Its always the same questions, enter you email for MS account, Setup one drive, blah, blah blah. If I didn't set this crap up last time wh would you think I want it now? Don't insult my inteligence MS. However your needs some work.

    Windows rant over....


    i think i corrected the problem by moving the files and then deleting the account and making a new one.

    in your case i think you have some registry corruption and you need to reinstall

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  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Mro on Tue Mar 15 16:22:45 2022
    oh my nfu got eaten on graveyard. had to fix it.

    Damn PC Mike better fix that shit. ;)

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  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Exodus on Tue Mar 15 17:55:45 2022
    On 15 Mar 22 16:22:45, Exodus said the following to Mro:

    oh my nfu got eaten on graveyard. had to fix it.

    Damn PC Mike better fix that shit. ;)

    Mike's a good guy but for some reason that Telnet server he wrote, Net2bbs or whatever... it just outright stopped working entirely after years of uptime. No reason, no logic, nothing. Just up and decided to quit and refused to bind to port 23 any longer.

    Tried *everything* to get it going, nope, nothing, so went back to ol' Zoob.

    Atreyu

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  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Vorlonze on Tue Mar 15 21:01:56 2022
    Your Computer like its a brand new one. That is the one MS could just !@#$% fix so it grabs all your settings already. Nothing will load until you go through it. Its always the same questions, enter you email for MS account,

    I don't know why but my heart rate increses here and my blood pressure goes up and I begin tapping on shift then sticky keys takes me out of fullscreen and Im all worked up around this point in your post.

    I think thats why I use linux as a desktop. I can stand a windows machine or two even my BBS is under windows but other then playing games (on a faster machine then I have) I don't see much benifit to running it on this i3
    machine. And I do not like coming back to the computer to find its reset itself and lost whatever I was working on or had running.

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  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Tue Mar 15 21:03:27 2022
    Tried *everything* to get it going, nope, nothing, so went back to ol' Zoob

    Seems to work just fine.

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  • From Vorlonze@25:1/106 to Lux on Wed Mar 16 08:17:48 2022
    Lux wrote to Vorlonze <=-

    Your Computer like its a brand new one. That is the one MS could just !@#$% fix so it grabs all your settings already. Nothing will load until you go through it. Its always the same questions, enter you email for MS account,

    I don't know why but my heart rate increses here and my blood pressure goes up and I begin tapping on shift then sticky keys takes me out of fullscreen and Im all worked up around this point in your post.

    I think thats why I use linux as a desktop. I can stand a windows
    machine or two even my BBS is under windows but other then playing
    games (on a faster machine then I have) I don't see much benifit to running it on this i3 machine. And I do not like coming back to the computer to find its reset itself and lost whatever I was working on or had running.

    The price we pay I guess to use a Profit over People OS vs an OS for the People to run our BBS hobbies.

    I just breath, and then fix it. Learning Linux is one of those things still on the back burner since life, work and current stuff still get in the way.

    Plugging away....




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  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Fri Mar 18 07:25:31 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Atreyu |03to |11Exodus
    |03on |1115 Mar 22 17:55:45|03.

    On 15 Mar 22 16:22:45, Exodus said the following to Mro:

    oh my nfu got eaten on graveyard. had to fix it.

    Damn PC Mike better fix that shit. ;)

    Mike's a good guy but for some reason that Telnet server he wrote, Net2bbs whatever... it just outright stopped working entirely after years of uptime No reason, no logic, nothing. Just up and decided to quit and refused to bi to port 23 any longer.

    Tried *everything* to get it going, nope, nothing, so went back to ol' Zoob



    you even deleted all the files and edited the config file from scratch?
    you should get it working.

    what i dont like is the shitty blocking methods, and apparently it wont work with both methods turned off.

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  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Fri Mar 18 18:00:23 2022
    On 18 Mar 22 07:25:31, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    Tried *everything* to get it going, nope, nothing, so went back to ol' Zoob

    you even deleted all the files and edited the config file from scratch?
    you should get it working.

    what i dont like is the shitty blocking methods, and apparently it wont work with both methods turned off.

    Yes.... I tried *everything*.

    Atreyu

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  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Sat Mar 19 11:01:46 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Atreyu |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1118 Mar 22 18:00:23|03.

    On 18 Mar 22 07:25:31, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    Tried *everything* to get it going, nope, nothing, so went back to ol' Zoob

    you even deleted all the files and edited the config file from scratch?
    you should get it working.

    what i dont like is the shitty blocking methods, and apparently it wont wor with both methods turned off.

    Yes.... I tried *everything*.

    that's strange. because if there was an issue and you deleted all the files and then put it back on, it should work for you like it does for other people.

    maybe you need to check your config file.

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  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Mro on Sat Mar 19 11:08:05 2022
    what i dont like is the shitty blocking methods, and apparently it wont wor with both methods turned off.

    Yes.... I tried *everything*.

    that's strange. because if there was an issue and you deleted all the files

    I have both blocking methods OFF on net2bbs. Got tired of not getting callers because it thought it was a port scanner or something else. Reason I wrote RGBOT.

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  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Sat Mar 19 11:24:53 2022
    On 19 Mar 22 11:01:46, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    Yes.... I tried *everything*.

    that's strange. because if there was an issue and you deleted all the files and then put it back on, it should work for you like it does for other peopl

    maybe you need to check your config file.

    I know you're not trying to be Captain Obvious but it had nothing to do with config's or files. One morning it just decided to refuse to bind to port 23.

    The computer had months of consistant uptime and a nightly event to purge the Arp table and "reset" the Ethernet stack. Even after the computer was rebooted that net2bbs still refused to bind to port 23.

    After a few hours of screwing around with it I gave up... its just a telnet server and as soon as I replaced it with my backup of Zoob, problem solved.

    That was... several years ago now I think.

    Atreyu

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  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Exodus on Sun Mar 20 20:36:38 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Exodus |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1119 Mar 22 11:08|03.

    what i dont like is the shitty blocking methods, and apparently it wont wor with both methods turned off.

    Yes.... I tried *everything*.

    that's strange. because if there was an issue and you deleted all the files

    I have both blocking methods OFF on net2bbs. Got tired of not getting call because it thought it was a port scanner or something else. Reason I wrot RGBOT.

    you should create a whitelist by our ip addresses so we don't have to solve
    it each time.

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  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Sun Mar 20 20:38:11 2022
    The computer had months of consistant uptime and a nightly event to purge t Arp table and "reset" the Ethernet stack. Even after the computer was reboo that net2bbs still refused to bind to port 23.

    that seems weird. this might be part of the problem.

    whey would you do that?

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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Exodus on Sun Mar 20 17:16:36 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Exodus |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1119 Mar 22 11:08:05|03.

    what i dont like is the shitty blocking methods, and apparently it wont wor with both methods turned off.

    Yes.... I tried *everything*.

    that's strange. because if there was an issue and you deleted all the files

    I have both blocking methods OFF on net2bbs. Got tired of not getting call because it thought it was a port scanner or something else. Reason I wrot RGBOT.

    i told them about that. those lists have residential ips in them and they
    cant be used for that purpose. i think mystic had that issue too.

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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Sun Mar 20 17:18:53 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Atreyu |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1119 Mar 22 11:24:53|03.

    On 19 Mar 22 11:01:46, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    Yes.... I tried *everything*.

    that's strange. because if there was an issue and you deleted all the files and then put it back on, it should work for you like it does for other peop

    maybe you need to check your config file.

    I know you're not trying to be Captain Obvious but it had nothing to do wit config's or files. One morning it just decided to refuse to bind to port 23


    well something happened and you're missing something.
    i'd use those mark russonivich systernals tools to try to pin it down.
    or talk to pcmike about it.

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  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Sun Mar 20 21:11:01 2022
    On 20 Mar 22 20:38:11, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    The computer had months of consistant uptime and a nightly event to purge t Arp table and "reset" the Ethernet stack. Even after the computer was reboo that net2bbs still refused to bind to port 23.

    that seems weird. this might be part of the problem.

    whey would you do that?

    Because the Windows XP network stack is not stable to survive months of uptime before it mysteriously vanishes off the Lan. A nightly ipreset and Arp purge solved that.

    There has been no problem since switching back to Zoob.

    Atreyu

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  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Jas Hud on Sun Mar 20 21:11:54 2022
    On 20 Mar 22 17:18:53, Jas Hud said the following to Atreyu:

    well something happened and you're missing something.
    i'd use those mark russonivich systernals tools to try to pin it down.
    or talk to pcmike about it.

    Nope, Zoob works perfectly.

    Atreyu

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  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Vorlonze on Sun Mar 20 21:05:23 2022
    The price we pay I guess to use a Profit over People OS vs an OS for the People to run our BBS hobbies.

    I just breath, and then fix it. Learning Linux is one of those things still the back burner since life, work and current stuff still get in the way.

    I have been learning linux since Debain Potato 2.2 its always changing and getting more complex while seeming less complex.

    For instance to install Debian 2.2 you would need to know a great deal about your computer hardware. Probing the monitor could actually break it and if you had scsi storage primary you were in for a ton of config driver fetching etc.

    I remember getting it going on a laptop in 1996 took a few days to get audio figured out. Now days you just throw in the usb/cd and boot from it and in a few moments after telling it where to put itself everything usually works out of the box.



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  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Sun Mar 20 21:20:45 2022
    server and as soon as I replaced it with my backup of Zoob, problem solved.

    That was... several years ago now I think.

    Its so cool how there are all these small changes from years ago that just work and become the new way.
    BBSes aging like a fine wine.

    ... Headline: War dims hope for peace.

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  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Lux on Mon Mar 21 00:52:50 2022
    On 20 Mar 22 21:20:45, Lux said the following to Atreyu:

    Its so cool how there are all these small changes from years ago that just work and become the new way.
    BBSes aging like a fine wine.

    My computers work for me. Not the other way around.

    Atreyu

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  • From Vorlonze@25:1/106 to Lux on Mon Mar 21 10:27:38 2022
    Lux wrote to Vorlonze <=-



    For instance to install Debian 2.2 you would need to know a great deal about your computer hardware. Probing the monitor could actually break
    it and if you had scsi storage primary you were in for a ton of config driver fetching etc.

    I remember getting it going on a laptop in 1996 took a few days to get audio figured out. Now days you just throw in the usb/cd and boot from
    it and in a few moments after telling it where to put itself everything usually works out of the box.


    Since I do not type fast or well, that has been the biggest road block for me to turn to Linux. But I want to. I use what I know for now (windows) and keep reading up on other OS.

    I wish I had never gave up my old systems (XT, AT, 286 Lap Crusher, 386, 486) that I had my BBS running on late 80s early 90s. Networked and rock solid.

    If time permits, maybe Linux by the year end.






    ... I debug with a magnet.
    ___ MultiMail/Win v0.52

    --- Mystic BBS/QWK v1.12 A47 2021/12/25 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Mystic Realms - A Social Media Alternative (25:1/106)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Mon Mar 21 15:33:21 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Atreyu |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1120 Mar 22 21:11:01|03.

    On 20 Mar 22 20:38:11, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    The computer had months of consistant uptime and a nightly event to purge t Arp table and "reset" the Ethernet stack. Even after the computer was reboo that net2bbs still refused to bind to port 23.

    that seems weird. this might be part of the problem.

    whey would you do that?

    Because the Windows XP network stack is not stable to survive months of upt before it mysteriously vanishes off the Lan. A nightly ipreset and Arp purg solved that.

    There has been no problem since switching back to Zoob.

    what the fuck. you are running windows xp and on the internet??
    atleast run windows 7

    ... Of course, coffee *is* one of the major vitamins

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Mon Mar 21 15:50:24 2022
    On 21 Mar 22 15:33:21, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    what the fuck. you are running windows xp and on the internet??
    atleast run windows 7

    No thanks. The BBS will not run correctly on anything higher than XP.

    Its an old dedicated setup with only 23 and 24554 access behind a professional grade firewall. It has ran this way almost unchanged for two decades except for software updates. It is rarely rebooted or messed around with.

    Problems in 20+ years? Replaced three hard drives and Net2bbs with Zoob.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Tue Mar 22 09:20:46 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Atreyu |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1121 Mar 22 15:50:24|03.

    On 21 Mar 22 15:33:21, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    what the fuck. you are running windows xp and on the internet??
    atleast run windows 7

    No thanks. The BBS will not run correctly on anything higher than XP.

    Its an old dedicated setup with only 23 and 24554 access behind a professio grade firewall. It has ran this way almost unchanged for two decades except for software updates. It is rarely rebooted or messed around with.

    Problems in 20+ years? Replaced three hard drives and Net2bbs with Zoob.

    it's up to you but i would toss that piece of junk in the dumpster and
    run it on a win7 vm with 500mb-1gig of ram allocated.

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Tue Mar 22 10:25:05 2022
    On 22 Mar 22 09:20:46, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    Problems in 20+ years? Replaced three hard drives and Net2bbs with Zoob.

    it's up to you but i would toss that piece of junk in the dumpster and
    run it on a win7 vm with 500mb-1gig of ram allocated.

    It would be a more interesting conversation if you would assume, just for the moment, that maybe I know what I'm doing.

    I did fire up an Vmware VM of 10 Enterprise 32-bit, copied everything from XP and had it running. The moment I had a dialup caller the X00 Fossil driver drove the VM's CPU through the roof no matter that the serial port was set to polling. Replacing that Fossil driver was a waste of time. Multiple telnet callers at the same time was hokey with the way NTVDM and video drivers work
    on 10. Usurper randomly crashed. Anytime Windows Update, Dism or Dot-net optimization services would run, the CPU is hogged causing the BBS to suffer.

    The piece of junk XP machine has none of these problems.

    It's up to me... that in this house, computers work for me and not the other way around.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Wed Mar 23 20:05:56 2022
    Its an old dedicated setup with only 23 and 24554 access behind a professio grade firewall. It has ran this way almost unchanged for two decades except for software updates. It is rarely rebooted or messed around with.

    Problems in 20+ years? Replaced three hard drives and Net2bbs with Zoob.


    I did this with Windows 98 back in 2009 for about a year.
    using only Zonealarm :D

    ... If you can't laugh at yourself, I'll laugh at you......

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Thu Mar 24 16:56:25 2022
    It would be a more interesting conversation if you would assume, just for t moment, that maybe I know what I'm doing.


    it's hard to do that when you write this:

    I did fire up an Vmware VM of 10 Enterprise 32-bit, copied everything from and had it running. The moment I had a dialup caller the X00 Fossil driver drove the VM's CPU through the roof no matter that the serial port was set polling. Replacing that Fossil driver was a waste of time. Multiple telnet callers at the same time was hokey with the way NTVDM and video drivers wor on 10. Usurper randomly crashed. Anytime Windows Update, Dism or Dot-net optimization services would run, the CPU is hogged causing the BBS to suffe

    The piece of junk XP machine has none of these problems.

    It's up to me... that in this house, computers work for me and not the othe way around.


    you shouldnt even be using that fossil driver. there's better fossil drivers.

    so with all your problems you either have hardware problems or operator error. lots of us run bbses on modern hardware and/or on virtual machines. we have no problems like this. also, dialup callers? come on man!

    i think you're just very stubborn and a bit close minded.

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Lux on Thu Mar 24 16:57:38 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Atreyu
    |03on |1123 Mar 22 20:05:56|03.

    Its an old dedicated setup with only 23 and 24554 access behind a professio grade firewall. It has ran this way almost unchanged for two decades except for software updates. It is rarely rebooted or messed around with.

    Problems in 20+ years? Replaced three hard drives and Net2bbs with Zoob.


    I did this with Windows 98 back in 2009 for about a year.
    using only Zonealarm :D


    you're not helping his case any.

    ... Strange fits of passion have I known;

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Thu Mar 24 20:18:55 2022
    On 24 Mar 22 16:56:25, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    lots of us run bbses on modern hardware and/or on virtual machines. we have problems like this. also, dialup callers? come on man!

    I've been running my RG board, almost unchanged since '94. Thats 28 years of running the same software. Yes I have dialup callers in addition to telnet. Years of running a board that works. Doesn't need screwing around or updates.

    The dialup line ends up costing me next to nothing since its part of the
    fiber ISP plan and one type of part-time IT gig I have essentially pays for everything... no out of pocket expense for any tech stuff here, not even for the tons I spent on Microsoft and Vmware licensing.

    Some guy and a few of his buddies apparently belong to some weird calling plan and pieced together a couple of throwaway Thinkpads to call here from Kitchener/Guelph area... one was testing dialup over Voip lines. So now they end up calling here on a somewhat regular basis. LORD knows no limits.

    At one time a few years ago I had the Toronto OSDP non-profit connecting here at 9600bps from an old PC running Wildcrap and ViaMail. Called here like clockwork several times a day to grab their Fido mail.

    Getting all these things to work and seeing someone else enjoy them is "k-rad l33t badass" to me than someone's unoriginal SBBS/Mystic board in a VM.

    i think you're just very stubborn and a bit close minded.

    Well duhhhhhhh.... 100% correct my friend. My stubbornness has earned me dedicated loyal users and the trust of many other Sysops for their net mail. Not sure about the close-minded part, my website clearly shows the opposite.

    I made some cool friends along the way that I trade banter with via Netmail almost daily... for years now.

    I'm in it for friends, not here to compare penises. If you want to talk tech thats cool but please don't waste time with Captain Obvious nonsense.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Sat Mar 26 17:01:20 2022

    I'm in it for friends, not here to compare penises. If you want to talk tec thats cool but please don't waste time with Captain Obvious nonsense.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)


    i'm in it to compare penises and piss you off.

    ... My best feature? I would say my overwhelming humility...

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Sat Mar 26 17:24:56 2022
    On 26 Mar 22 17:01:20, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    I'm in it for friends, not here to compare penises. If you want to talk tec thats cool but please don't waste time with Captain Obvious nonsense.

    i'm in it to compare penises and piss you off.

    Won't work.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Sat Mar 26 17:39:29 2022

    Won't work.

    I don't wanna work. ;)

    ... I may not always be NICE, but I'm always GOOD. }}}:)

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Exodus on Sat Mar 26 18:43:31 2022
    On 26 Mar 22 17:39:29, Exodus said the following to Atreyu:

    Won't work.

    I don't wanna work. ;)

    You're liberal?

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Sat Mar 26 20:10:26 2022
    Won't work.

    I don't wanna work. ;)

    You're liberal?

    Don't you DARE use that curse word in this BBS echo! ;)

    ... Call me Ishmael. I won't ANSWER, but..

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Mon Mar 28 13:28:55 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Atreyu |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1126 Mar 22 17:24:56|03.

    On 26 Mar 22 17:01:20, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    I'm in it for friends, not here to compare penises. If you want to talk tec thats cool but please don't waste time with Captain Obvious nonsense.

    i'm in it to compare penises and piss you off.

    Won't work.

    Atreyu

    you dont have a penis to compare, eh?

    ... Black holes suck.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Exodus on Mon Mar 28 16:52:27 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Exodus |03to |11Atreyu
    |03on |1126 Mar 22 17:39|03.


    Won't work.

    I don't wanna work. ;)

    i'm only working 3 days a week now. but they are long hauls.
    also i don't have normal weekends.
    i'm ready for it to get warm.


    ... My last original thought died of loneliness.

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Jas Hud on Mon Mar 28 17:00:44 2022
    you dont have a penis to compare, eh?

    Let's take our penises to netmail or general and not the BBS echo. ;)

    ... I didn't create reality...I'm just trapped in it!

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Jas Hud on Mon Mar 28 17:45:03 2022
    On 28 Mar 22 13:28:55, Jas Hud said the following to Atreyu:

    i'm in it to compare penises and piss you off.

    Won't work.

    you dont have a penis to compare, eh?

    Lol.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Exodus on Mon Mar 28 22:16:50 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Exodus |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |1128 Mar 22 17:00|03.

    you dont have a penis to compare, eh?

    Let's take our penises to netmail or general and not the BBS echo. ;)



    we should show all our penises

    ... Documentation - The worst part of programming.

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Mon Mar 28 20:29:31 2022
    The piece of junk XP machine has none of these problems.

    As a frequent user of your XP machine I would have to concour.
    Other then one time I called and it took an extra 0.0000001001 seconds to answer I have not had a single issue with the DarkRealms.


    ... PC LOAD LETTER?! WTF!?


    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Mro on Mon Mar 28 20:34:30 2022
    It's up to me... that in this house, computers work for me and not the othe way around.

    i think you're just very stubborn and a bit close minded.

    Oh come on mro, thats sorta like the pot calling the kettle black.

    examples: often using old versions because well that stuff tried and better. keeping the love of BAJA alive while everyone else moved on to .js .
    not giving me the keys to GY so I can fire up some ftns there. with something cool. like Dbridge.

    .. Just my two cents for whatever its worth.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Mro on Mon Mar 28 20:35:20 2022
    you're not helping his case any.

    Point was, It all just worked.

    ... I just tested out my pitbull. Ever heard a mime scream?

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Lux on Wed Mar 30 15:02:57 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Atreyu
    |03on |1128 Mar 22 20:29:31|03.

    The piece of junk XP machine has none of these problems.

    As a frequent user of your XP machine I would have to concour.
    Other then one time I called and it took an extra 0.0000001001 seconds to answer I have not had a single issue with the DarkRealms.




    you're not a good reference for other people, though.

    ... Prune Juice . . . The drink of warriors!

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Lux on Wed Mar 30 15:05:16 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1128 Mar 22 20:34:30|03.

    It's up to me... that in this house, computers work for me and not the othe way around.

    i think you're just very stubborn and a bit close minded.

    Oh come on mro, thats sorta like the pot calling the kettle black.

    examples: often using old versions because well that stuff tried and better keeping the love of BAJA alive while everyone else moved on to .js .
    not giving me the keys to GY so I can fire up some ftns there. with somethi cool. like Dbridge.


    i couldn't understand what the shit you were saying.
    you want to put metronet on graveyard again?
    you can do that, but dont put dbridge on there.

    i use baja and javascript. but mostly i use nothing now.

    you'll notice that with baja it's a 4 line thing, with javascript it's more like 10-15 lines of code.

    also they provided me little help when .js came out and i had the time to learn it. .js with synchronet is very weird. it took forever for the object model to even come out.

    ... C program run. C program crash. C programmer quit.

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Lux on Wed Mar 30 15:06:18 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1128 Mar 22 20:35:20|03.

    you're not helping his case any.

    Point was, It all just worked.

    ... I just tested out my pitbull. Ever heard a mime scream?


    yeah but he has to use some old shitty fossil and cant use net2bbs or netfoss, right.

    it's better to have it all on a VM where it can be backed up super easy.
    better to have it all in tip top shape instead of being held together with duct tape.

    ... Has that file been saved? No, but we're praying for it.

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Wed Mar 30 16:01:11 2022
    On 30 Mar 22 15:06:18, Mro said the following to Lux:

    yeah but he has to use some old shitty fossil and cant use net2bbs or netfos right.

    The "shitty" fossil is only for the dialup line, not telnet. The performance was only bad on Vmware. This does not happen on real hardware.

    Netfoss runs fine. Net2bbs did not, so it was replaced with something that
    does work.

    it's better to have it all on a VM where it can be backed up super easy.

    There are hot-images taken of the XP machine nightly which can be relaunched
    on different hardware or in a modern VM if desired... super easy.

    Please tell all of us more about sysadmin 101. You're hilarious.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Wed Mar 30 23:40:36 2022

    it's better to have it all on a VM where it can be backed up super easy.

    There are hot-images taken of the XP machine nightly which can be relaunche on different hardware or in a modern VM if desired... super easy.

    Please tell all of us more about sysadmin 101. You're hilarious.


    you're the guy running a janky setup on windows xp.

    THAT is hillarious.
    it's pathetic.

    ... Gimme $50 Or I'll Call Your Religion A Cult.

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Wed Mar 30 20:45:03 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1128 Mar 22 20:35|03.

    you're not helping his case any.

    Point was, It all just worked.


    taping your bumper on with duct tape works.
    that doesnt make it less stupid or ugly.

    ... Even after fusion, confusion remains.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Thu Mar 31 06:50:38 2022
    On 30 Mar 22 23:40:36, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    Please tell all of us more about sysadmin 101. You're hilarious.

    you're the guy running a janky setup on windows xp.

    THAT is hillarious.
    it's pathetic.

    Hahahah I love how someone else's system is disturbing you.

    Lol, wheres your board? How long has it been around for? Whats your uptime?

    What software have you written or contributed to that we can all look at?

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Lord Blackfair@25:1/108 to Atreyu on Thu Mar 31 08:27:37 2022
    The first mammal with the largest penis is the walrus. And I am the second.

    Lord Blackfair (Blackfair's Manor) blackf.synchro.net
    --- SBBSecho 3.14-Win32
    * Origin: Blackfair's Manor, Lancaster PA 25:1/108 (25:1/108)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Lord Blackfair on Thu Mar 31 09:17:59 2022
    On 31 Mar 22 08:27:37, Lord Blackfair said the following to Atreyu:

    The first mammal with the largest penis is the walrus. And I am the second.

    Lol

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Mro@25:25/0 to Atreyu on Thu Mar 31 12:34:38 2022
    Hahahah I love how someone else's system is disturbing you.

    it's not. it's just pathetic.

    Lol, wheres your board? How long has it been around for? Whats your uptime?


    i have multiple bbses that have been up a long time.
    and my uptime is real real long.

    What software have you written or contributed to that we can all look at?

    go look.
    i've got plenty of stuff out there. i'm not a programmer, though. it's not something that intrested me. i can get around fine, though.
    like i know better than to run xp in 2022 and blame a software for not working on it.

    infact, you're so
    proud of modding renegade source code. i'm the reason why jay released it. also i got usurper released.

    and i ran various websites that everybody used for a long time.

    none of it matters though.

    as you say, i'm not 'comparing penises'.

    i just find it odd that you run a bbs on that junk setup.

    ... It's NOT kill the women and rape the men, it's...

    --- Renegade v1.30r3/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Mro on Thu Mar 31 13:27:09 2022
    On 31 Mar 22 12:34:38, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    i have multiple bbses that have been up a long time.
    and my uptime is real real long.

    Example URL/Telnet/Ssh we can all login and see for ourselves?

    i've got plenty of stuff out there. i'm not a programmer, though. it's not

    Lol don't bitch out with "go look", what specific URL/HTTP/HTTPS/FTP links can we all look at *right now* to try out your plenty of stuff?

    like i know better than to run xp in 2022 and blame a software for not worki on it.

    Lol nice try, there was no blame. The phrase "I fixed it" clearly went over your head.

    infact, you're so
    proud of modding renegade source code. i'm the reason why jay released it. also i got usurper released.

    Wheres the links to convos we can all read and judge for ourselves?

    i just find it odd that you run a bbs on that junk setup.

    Lol you're hilarious - You don't find it "odd", you find it disturbing that something can in fact run for decades on the same setup. Why else would you freak out and act Captain Obvious on us all as if we just got our computers yesterday. You're an entertaining unoriginal lowercase asshat, others warned me about you and it definately seems they were right.

    Hahahahha I thought you were here to piss me off? LOL now go troll Exodus and Lux and others for running RG. DOS is junk. If its not modern its junk right?

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Lord Blackfair@25:1/108 to Mro on Thu Mar 31 15:56:51 2022
    Originality is the key thing for a board to look nice. Iv'e written two style scripts to try to keep the bots out, login script. But there's always someone better then me and others.


    Lord Blackfair (Blackfair's Manor) blackf.synchro.net
    --- SBBSecho 3.14-Win32
    * Origin: Blackfair's Manor, Lancaster PA 25:1/108 (25:1/108)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Mro on Thu Mar 31 17:28:13 2022
    yeah but he has to use some old shitty fossil and cant use net2bbs or netfo right.

    Welp it works 100% of the time

    it's better to have it all on a VM where it can be backed up super easy. better to have it all in tip top shape instead of being held together with duct tape.

    I like the VM idea and all but there is something about running it from home especialy around the time VNC times you out while your trying to keep an eye on something.

    I end up with a home copy for testing and the VM copy and that can cause some confusion.

    ... Enter any 12-digit prime number to continue.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Thu Mar 31 17:36:20 2022
    Hahahahha I thought you were here to piss me off? LOL now go troll Exodus a Lux and others for running RG. DOS is junk. If its not modern its junk righ


    Nah nah nah leave me out of this im running RG 5-11 unpatched on windows 95 unpatched with out firewalls or blocking services also I duct taped the cpu fan on since it fell off in 2009. There is a wad of bubble gum replaceing a blown cap and the harddrive is one of those isa 20meg hardcards. =P

    ... Been there, done that, got the mouse mat.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Lux on Thu Mar 31 21:05:15 2022
    On 31 Mar 22 17:36:20, Lux said the following to Atreyu:

    Nah nah nah leave me out of this im running RG 5-11 unpatched on windows 95 unpatched with out firewalls or blocking services also I duct taped the cpu fan on since it fell off in 2009. There is a wad of bubble gum replaceing a blown cap and the harddrive is one of those isa 20meg hardcards. =P

    Careful, our Captain Obvious will have a stroke.

    Actually I used to get a kick out of that stupid "Bulldog" firewall crap for Win95/98. It barked whenever it blocked a connection... people actually paid for a license for that thing. Useless but very amusing especially when it got a DDOS or ping of death. Ar-ar-ara-r-ar-ar-ar-a-r-Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrf......

    Some chick I was seeing a long time ago had that running; she emancipated herself from her parents and rented this small Victorian house to herself. She had no furniture, no belongings, nothing... just this house with a dining
    room table, a PC hooked up to a Technics stereo playing and downloading these newfangled MP3 things she mooched from IRC. Day and night, sat on IRC.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Fri Apr 1 11:37:46 2022
    On 31 Mar 22 12:34:38, Mro said the following to Atreyu:

    i have multiple bbses that have been up a long time.
    and my uptime is real real long.

    Example URL/Telnet/Ssh we can all login and see for ourselves?

    i've got plenty of stuff out there. i'm not a programmer, though. it's no

    Lol don't bitch out with "go look", what specific URL/HTTP/HTTPS/FTP links we all look at *right now* to try out your plenty of stuff?


    i've been around for over 21 years and releasing shit since then.
    you just had your head buried in the dirt or maybe you are stuck in a time warp.

    Lol you're hilarious - You don't find it "odd", you find it disturbing that something can in fact run for decades on the same setup. Why else would you freak out and act Captain Obvious on us all as if we just got our computers yesterday. You're an entertaining unoriginal lowercase asshat, others warne me about you and it definately seems they were right.


    What i find odd is you complain about something not working.
    And you dont know why!
    you know why.
    And you tried everything!
    no you didnt.

    i would have respected if you said net2bbs wont work on your system because it's a weird setup. that's a respectable thing to say.

    dont go saying it doesn't work and you have to use zoob's telnet server. when you do that someone who's new will see what you said and just say 'oh i heard it doesn't work for some people'.

    maybe it's some mental illness to not see your own folly, i don't know.

    but you are running a old operating system on old software and no it doesn't just work for you with no problems. we wouldnt have been talking about this
    if you weren't having problems, right?

    Hahahahha I thought you were here to piss me off? LOL now go troll Exodus a Lux and others for running RG. DOS is junk. If its not modern its junk righ


    i am running renegade, dumbass.
    it's one of the 4 bbses i run.

    ignorance is bliss.

    ... Have I ever claimed to be sane?

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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lord Blackfair on Fri Apr 1 11:39:13 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lord Blackfair |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1131 Mar 22 15:56:51|03.

    Originality is the key thing for a board to look nice. Iv'e written two st scripts to try to keep the bots out, login script. But there's always som better then me and others.



    i said this before, but what i do is ban, and then whitelist the person when they solve the challenge. i still get lots of attacks, just like everyone does.

    i'm also running on hosted servers and not at home, so that kind of makes my situation worse.

    i havent ever had attacks cripple my systems, though.

    ... Don't be silly... of course we'll survive...

    --- Renegade v1.18a
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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Fri Apr 1 11:40:32 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Mro
    |03on |1131 Mar 22 17:28|03.


    yeah but he has to use some old shitty fossil and cant use net2bbs or netfo right.

    Welp it works 100% of the time

    it's better to have it all on a VM where it can be backed up super easy. better to have it all in tip top shape instead of being held together with duct tape.

    I like the VM idea and all but there is something about running it from hom especialy around the time VNC times you out while your trying to keep an ey on something.

    I end up with a home copy for testing and the VM copy and that can cause so confusion.

    that's what you see. i have a kvm interface.
    why does vnc time out? do you have a poor connection?

    ... Sharks don't eat lawyers. Professional Courtesy.

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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Fri Apr 1 11:42:04 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Atreyu
    |03on |1131 Mar 22 17:36|03.

    Hahahahha I thought you were here to piss me off? LOL now go troll Exodus a Lux and others for running RG. DOS is junk. If its not modern its junk righ


    Nah nah nah leave me out of this im running RG 5-11 unpatched on windows 95 unpatched with out firewalls or blocking services also I duct taped the cpu fan on since it fell off in 2009. There is a wad of bubble gum replaceing a blown cap and the harddrive is one of those isa 20meg hardcards. =P


    well you are running dbridge when irex was working just fine. i dont know
    why you even did that.

    i think you were running irex, werent you?

    ... Another casualty of the seduction of art. - Hobbes

    --- Renegade v1.18a
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  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Jas Hud on Fri Apr 1 15:30:21 2022
    On 01 Apr 22 11:37:46, Jas Hud said the following to Atreyu:

    just work for you with no problems. we wouldnt have been talking about thi if you weren't having problems, right?

    Lol, go back and start at the very beginning of this thread professor.

    Everyone with basic reading comprehension can see that I made a remark that Net2bbs did not work *for me*. I did not complain, just found it strange it stopped working after a long period of usage.

    The time that Net2bbs had stopped working was at least several years ago. Even the most unoriginal lowercase asshat should figure out that I must have done "something" to fix it since that time. That is when Zoob replaced Net2bbs.

    This would have been end-of-thread except you then chimed in like a jackass about Windows 7 and VM's as if I just got my computer yesterday.

    Maybe you have your head buried in the dirt or are stuck in a time warp but I've been running RG since '94 and if its been running on XP well into 2022 there must be a very good logical and technical reason why.

    i would have respected if you said net2bbs wont work on your system because it's a weird setup. that's a respectable thing to say.

    And I would have been more than happy to explain logically and technically why my board runs that way but you chose the douchebag route because "you can".

    Its hard to quantify weirdness or take anything you say seriously when we're talking about a silly hobby only a fraction of the world cares about anymore. Ignorance is bliss with you running RG - a silly obsolete DOS program - while lecturing us all about modern systems. You're hilarious.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
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  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Jas Hud on Fri Apr 1 17:33:52 2022
    On 01 Apr 22 11:42:04, Jas Hud said the following to Lux:

    Quoting message from Lux to Atreyu
    on 31 Mar 22 17:36.

    Hahahahha I thought you were here to piss me off? LOL now go troll Exodus a Lux and others for running RG. DOS is junk. If its not modern its junk righ


    Nah nah nah leave me out of this im running RG 5-11 unpatched on windows 95 unpatched with out firewalls or blocking services also I duct taped the cpu fan on since it fell off in 2009. There is a wad of bubble gum replaceing a blown cap and the harddrive is one of those isa 20meg hardcards. =P


    well you are running dbridge when irex was working just fine. i dont know why you even did that.

    D'Bridge comes with a BinkD subsystem that is more compatible, secure and modern than Irex not to mention has everything built-in and can directly integrate with Renegade using utilities the author wrote. Who is that again?

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
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  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Jas Hud on Sat Apr 2 09:45:53 2022
    that's what you see. i have a kvm interface.
    why does vnc time out? do you have a poor connection?

    Never looked into why it does that. I usually just have to log back in and continue what I was doing. My connection is RICH its questionable what end is terminating the connection.

    ... This offer void except where prohibited by law.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Jas Hud on Sat Apr 2 09:51:10 2022
    well you are running dbridge when irex was working just fine. i dont know why you even did that.


    Irex was not working at all, It collected mail from 0net here and Micronet and would toss and send eventually after a user posted something and all that. Was missing some MAJOR aspects that Dbridge provides. Things happen in realtime now and netmail works properly. Areafix is great and on my test machine I am confedent that there are even utilites to import echos right into RG.
    Also why use something that has been left in the dust vs. something with a new version waiting to install probably right now? Isn't that your entire argument with the author?

    ... I'm having this tremendous difficulty with my lifestyle

    --- Renegade v1.18a
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  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Sat Apr 2 09:53:35 2022
    Some chick I was seeing a long time ago had that running; she emancipated herself from her parents and rented this small Victorian house to herself. had no furniture, no belongings, nothing... just this house with a dining room table, a PC hooked up to a Technics stereo playing and downloading the newfangled MP3 things she mooched from IRC. Day and night, sat on IRC.

    Your kinda chick ;)

    Actually I used to get a kick out of that stupid "Bulldog" firewall crap fo

    I used ZoneAlarm it worked great.

    ... With consequences, the unexpected always predominate.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Lux on Sat Apr 2 15:04:00 2022
    On 02 Apr 22 09:53:35, Lux said the following to Atreyu:

    Some chick I was seeing a long time ago had that running; she emancipated herself from her parents and rented this small Victorian house to herself. had no furniture, no belongings, nothing... just this house with a dining room table, a PC hooked up to a Technics stereo playing and downloading the newfangled MP3 things she mooched from IRC. Day and night, sat on IRC.

    Your kinda chick ;)

    Lol. She was more of a nerd than I was.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Lux on Sat Apr 2 19:05:55 2022
    On 02 Apr 22 09:45:53, Lux said the following to Jas Hud:

    that's what you see. i have a kvm interface.
    why does vnc time out? do you have a poor connection?

    Never looked into why it does that. I usually just have to log back in and continue what I was doing. My connection is RICH its questionable what end i terminating the connection.

    VNC worked for years here but I found RDP was better... copy-n-paste files etc, it just seemed a bit cleaner given it being a Windows thing.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Tue Apr 5 13:58:42 2022
    well you are running dbridge when irex was working just fine. i dont know why you even did that.


    D'Bridge comes with a BinkD subsystem that is more compatible, secure and modern than Irex not to mention has everything built-in and can directly integrate with Renegade using utilities the author wrote. Who is that again


    don't know what you mean about more compatible or secure. worked fine for me for many years.

    what do you mean "who is that again"

    --- Renegade v1.18a
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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Tue Apr 5 13:59:51 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |112 Apr 22 09:45|03.

    that's what you see. i have a kvm interface.
    why does vnc time out? do you have a poor connection?

    Never looked into why it does that. I usually just have to log back in and continue what I was doing. My connection is RICH its questionable what end terminating the connection.


    what do you mean rich?

    no it's not questionable what end is terminating. your server is on a
    dedicated server with years of uptime. there's no connection problems.
    also if you have problems you should email me about it instead of posting on
    a msg net.

    ... Excuse me, did you say something?

    --- Renegade v1.18a
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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Tue Apr 5 14:01:35 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |112 Apr 22 09:51|03.

    well you are running dbridge when irex was working just fine. i dont know why you even did that.


    Irex was not working at all, It collected mail from 0net here and Micronet would toss and send eventually after a user posted something and all that. missing some MAJOR aspects that Dbridge provides. Things happen in realtime now and netmail works properly. Areafix is great and on my test machine I a confedent that there are even utilites to import echos right into RG.
    Also why use something that has been left in the dust vs. something with a version waiting to install probably right now? Isn't that your entire argum with the author?


    i ran irex on 3 systems and it worked fine.
    if it was not working at all, you probably set it up incorrectly.

    also what i'm talking about with nick is an operating system that shouldn't
    be on the internet in 2022.

    ... Madness takes it's toll; please have exact change.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
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  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Tue Apr 5 14:02:25 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Atreyu
    |03on |112 Apr 22 09:53|03.

    Some chick I was seeing a long time ago had that running; she emancipated herself from her parents and rented this small Victorian house to herself. had no furniture, no belongings, nothing... just this house with a dining room table, a PC hooked up to a Technics stereo playing and downloading the newfangled MP3 things she mooched from IRC. Day and night, sat on IRC.

    Your kinda chick ;)

    Actually I used to get a kick out of that stupid "Bulldog" firewall crap fo

    I used ZoneAlarm it worked great.

    i really liked blackice defender. it was a real aggressive firewall and it
    was great for a paranoid person.

    ... Psychiatry: The study of the ID by the ODD.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Tue Apr 5 14:03:30 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Atreyu |03to |11Lux
    |03on |1102 Apr 22 19:05:55|03.

    On 02 Apr 22 09:45:53, Lux said the following to Jas Hud:

    that's what you see. i have a kvm interface.
    why does vnc time out? do you have a poor connection?

    Never looked into why it does that. I usually just have to log back in and continue what I was doing. My connection is RICH its questionable what end terminating the connection.

    VNC worked for years here but I found RDP was better... copy-n-paste files etc, it just seemed a bit cleaner given it being a Windows thing.


    he can use whatever he wants. i just put vnc in there for me.
    he has full control of his vm

    ... For sincere personal advice, page your sysop at 3 A.M.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Tue Apr 5 21:10:43 2022
    VNC worked for years here but I found RDP was better... copy-n-paste files etc, it just seemed a bit cleaner given it being a Windows thing.

    I used RDP on my PPC linux machine, I found it worked flawless with the low resorces my old junkyard computers are famous for.

    ... Don't worry, Inspector. Just a swamp cult, no big deal...

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Jas Hud on Tue Apr 5 21:13:37 2022
    what do you mean rich?

    I mean I got a nice chunk of comcast bandwith.
    it costs alot ;)

    no it's not questionable what end is terminating. your server is on a dedicated server with years of uptime. there's no connection problems.
    also if you have problems you should email me about it instead of posting a msg net.

    Im not concerned with it. just something I had noticed. Its always done it, figured its for security.

    ... Milton's 1st Law: Anything can be used as a hammer.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Jas Hud on Tue Apr 5 21:19:31 2022
    i ran irex on 3 systems and it worked fine.
    if it was not working at all, you probably set it up incorrectly.

    It worked yeah not fine, its the difference of night and day irex to Dbridge. It grabbed mail packets then it was all derp here squish do the rest.
    With DB its all under one roof. and fast as lightning.

    also what i'm talking about with nick is an operating system that shouldn' be on the internet in 2022.

    Oh I guess we should all take down our retro boards since they arent updated to 2022? I mean I have a MBBS running on Ibmdos 5 thats pretty out of date. Also playing with warp thats certainly not allowed on the internet anymore.

    ... Black holes are big attractions.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Jas Hud on Tue Apr 5 21:24:17 2022
    i really liked blackice defender. it was a real aggressive firewall and it was great for a paranoid person.

    Only ever heard of that, never used anything software outside of Zonealarm and pfsense. Pfsense was well worth the investment of time in setting it up. That things a monster.

    ... Sooner or later, I'll be free to leave the past behind.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Jas Hud on Wed Apr 6 08:15:35 2022
    On 05 Apr 22 13:58:42, Jas Hud said the following to Atreyu:

    D'Bridge comes with a BinkD subsystem that is more compatible, secure and modern than Irex not to mention has everything built-in and can directly integrate with Renegade using utilities the author wrote. Who is that again

    don't know what you mean about more compatible or secure. worked fine for m for many years.

    The open-source BinkD project, which developed the specifications Internet Rex was written around and which are "the" standard... puts out fixes and improvements on a regular basis while Internet rex was written against an old spec and is bug-ridden abandonware that will never be updated. Yet its author still charges for licensing.

    You like bringing up not using an outdated OS on the Internet but have no problem with an Internet-specific application with bugs that cannot and
    will not be fixed. If its discovered that Internet Rex can be exploited ie.
    a buffer-overrun and download any file on the host, what then professor?

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Lux on Wed Apr 6 08:17:17 2022
    On 05 Apr 22 21:24:17, Lux said the following to Jas Hud:

    i really liked blackice defender. it was a real aggressive firewall and it was great for a paranoid person.

    Only ever heard of that, never used anything software outside of Zonealarm a pfsense. Pfsense was well worth the investment of time in setting it up. Tha things a monster.

    I'm a huge fan of Pfsense... its been running in my home rack for a long time now. Only free software I know of that can easily do Vlan on the Wan interface allowing me to completely remove a stupid ISP-supplied fiber gateway. The alternative was putting together an equally-stupid Cisco Catalyst.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Wed Apr 6 22:18:41 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Atreyu
    |03on |115 Apr 22 21:10|03.

    VNC worked for years here but I found RDP was better... copy-n-paste files etc, it just seemed a bit cleaner given it being a Windows thing.

    I used RDP on my PPC linux machine, I found it worked flawless with the low resorces my old junkyard computers are famous for.

    setup RDP on your vm. just make sure you don't get compromised.

    ... Say something nice to everyone today...drive them crazy.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Wed Apr 6 22:19:33 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |115 Apr 22 21:13|03.

    what do you mean rich?

    I mean I got a nice chunk of comcast bandwith.
    it costs alot ;)

    no it's not questionable what end is terminating. your server is on a dedicated server with years of uptime. there's no connection problems.
    also if you have problems you should email me about it instead of posting a msg net.

    Im not concerned with it. just something I had noticed. Its always done it, figured its for security.


    i've stayed connected for a real long time on your vm and i never had that issue.

    how often does it do it for you.

    ... Man often abolishes God; fortunately God is more tolerant

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Lux on Wed Apr 6 22:22:53 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Lux |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |115 Apr 22 21:19|03.

    i ran irex on 3 systems and it worked fine.
    if it was not working at all, you probably set it up incorrectly.

    It worked yeah not fine, its the difference of night and day irex to Dbridg It grabbed mail packets then it was all derp here squish do the rest.
    With DB its all under one roof. and fast as lightning.


    worked fine for me. it got msgs several times a day.

    and fast as lightning? you need to get msgs fast as lighning?
    and what was the speed in which you got msgs before?
    i think it's all in your head.

    Oh I guess we should all take down our retro boards since they arent update to 2022? I mean I have a MBBS running on Ibmdos 5 thats pretty out of date Also playing with warp thats certainly not allowed on the internet anymore.


    if you can run a new operating system on the internet where you are
    essentially running servers, you should do so. especially when it's been
    shown that there are exploits that allow people to get in no matter what you do.

    and why are you running ibmdos for mbbs? you dont have to do that.
    i don't know why you are throwing roadblocks at yourself.
    choose the easiest, best way.

    ... This Space still for rent. Unreasonable rates

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Wed Apr 6 22:27:18 2022
    The open-source BinkD project, which developed the specifications Internet was written around and which are "the" standard... puts out fixes and improvements on a regular basis while Internet rex was written against an o spec and is bug-ridden abandonware that will never be updated. Yet its auth still charges for licensing.

    i never experienced any bugs despite running it on several bbses at the same time.

    and i'm not so sure if that's the same guy collecting registrations.
    i don't care enough to check on it.

    improvements on a regular basis while Internet rex was written against an o spec and is bug-ridden abandonware that will never be updated. Yet its auth still charges for licensing.

    You like bringing up not using an outdated OS on the Internet but have no problem with an Internet-specific application with bugs that cannot and will not be fixed. If its discovered that Internet Rex can be exploited ie. a buffer-overrun and download any file on the host, what then professor?

    yeah that cant happen.

    internet rex is just fine. and you cant really compare it with windows xp. window xp is a real danger to have up as a server on the internet.

    ... BBS: a method to triple your phone bill.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Jas Hud on Thu Apr 7 06:45:55 2022
    On 06 Apr 22 22:27:18, Jas Hud said the following to Atreyu:

    window xp is a real danger to have up as a server on the internet.

    Lol, please cite proof that an XP machine behind a commercial-grade IDS firewall exposing a silly telnet board and Binkd is in any way a "danger" to anyone.

    I've waited 2+ decades for a super Neo hacker to take my board down. If you think you can, go for it.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Jas Hud on Thu Apr 7 09:40:59 2022
    On 06 Apr 22 22:18:41, Jas Hud said the following to Lux:

    I used RDP on my PPC linux machine, I found it worked flawless with the low resorces my old junkyard computers are famous for.

    setup RDP on your vm. just make sure you don't get compromised.

    Its hilarious that we have a resident professor teaching us about sysadmin-101 while posting from a 16-bit DOS RG board.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Sun Apr 10 22:12:57 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Atreyu |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |1107 Apr 22 09:40:59|03.

    On 06 Apr 22 22:18:41, Jas Hud said the following to Lux:

    I used RDP on my PPC linux machine, I found it worked flawless with the low resorces my old junkyard computers are famous for.

    setup RDP on your vm. just make sure you don't get compromised.

    Its hilarious that we have a resident professor teaching us about sysadmin- while posting from a 16-bit DOS RG board.

    Atreyu

    hey, you canadian fuck nut.
    he's running a vm on my system.
    what he should be doing is txting me or private emailing me in regards to this.
    i'm not being a resident professor and i'm not interested in teaching anybody here. i dont give one shit what you do.

    i'm just saying setup rdp if he wants to use it. and i said don't get compromised because that happened to him in the past at home.

    ... He'll feel a lot better once we robbed a couple banks.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Jas Hud on Mon Apr 11 06:34:11 2022
    On 10 Apr 22 22:12:57, Jas Hud said the following to Atreyu:

    hey, you canadian fuck nut.

    When one resorts to insulting the country I live in, one has lost the argument.

    i'm not being a resident professor and i'm not interested in teaching anybo here. i dont give one shit what you do.

    Lol, your messages to me say otherwise.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Mon Apr 11 22:25:12 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Atreyu |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |1111 Apr 22 06:34:11|03.

    On 10 Apr 22 22:12:57, Jas Hud said the following to Atreyu:

    hey, you canadian fuck nut.

    When one resorts to insulting the country I live in, one has lost the argument.



    I'm sorry for reminding you.

    ... Success lies in achieving the top of the food chain

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Atreyu on Sun Jun 12 22:48:14 2022
    I've waited 2+ decades for a super Neo hacker to take my board down. If you think you can, go for it.

    The way you described your system setup and pfsense watching over it even if
    I had passwords it could pose a challenge to get into the bbsbox, other then you know taking it out of your port forwards and changing the password like a cool kid 8)

    ... My girlfriend said I never listen to her, or something.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Atreyu@25:25/5 to Lux on Mon Jun 13 07:16:06 2022
    On 12 Jun 22 22:48:14, Lux said the following to Atreyu:

    The way you described your system setup and pfsense watching over it even if I had passwords it could pose a challenge to get into the bbsbox, other then you know taking it out of your port forwards and changing the password like cool kid 8)

    Theres nothing on that box other than the BBS and it runs on its own user account with no admin-privilege or ability to access anything else on the LAN.

    Its really of no interest to anyone.

    Atreyu

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Exodus@25:25/5 to Lux on Mon Jun 13 21:17:42 2022

    --- Renegade v1.18a

    You STILL didn't upgrade?!?! I got you your extra menu limit set, and you aren't even CLOSE to the new version. :(

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (25:25/5)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Exodus on Wed Jun 22 03:15:55 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Exodus |03to |11Lux
    |03on |1113 Jun 22 21:17:42|03.

    --- Renegade v1.18a

    You STILL didn't upgrade?!?! I got you your extra menu limit set, and you aren't even CLOSE to the new version. :(


    he's real busy with work and school.
    I think he's going to be running something weird instead of rg eventually.
    he's doing a gui interface like lord2 or dungeon master with something else.

    ... I saw Elvis. He sat between me and Bigfoot on the UFO.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Jas Hud on Wed Jun 22 16:11:30 2022
    he's real busy with work and school.

    Tell 'em schools for fools. :)

    ... Is there supposed to be a lot of water down here?

    --- Renegade v1.31/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Jas Hud@25:25/22 to Exodus on Tue Jun 28 08:32:16 2022
    |03Quoting message from |11Exodus |03to |11Jas Hud
    |03on |1122 Jun 22 16:11:30|03.

    he's real busy with work and school.

    Tell 'em schools for fools. :)


    i wish i would have stayed in school. i would probably do less of the working for fools.

    ... Dude did you see her? I think I'm pitching a tent!

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Exodus on Mon Jul 18 19:31:11 2022
    You STILL didn't upgrade?!?! I got you your extra menu limit set, and you aren't even CLOSE to the new version. :(

    Its Rumored that the new 1.98015a will have 101 possible menus.

    ... He died to take away your sins, not your mind.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Jas Hud on Mon Jul 18 19:32:50 2022
    i wish i would have stayed in school. i would probably do less of the work for fools.

    Its never too late to go back.

    ... There is no Pattern but that we impose on chaos.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Lux on Tue Jul 19 06:09:02 2022
    You STILL didn't upgrade?!?! I got you your extra menu limit set, and you aren't even CLOSE to the new version. :(

    Its Rumored that the new 1.98015a will have 101 possible menus.

    1.30 has 200 menus just for you.

    ... Is nothing sacred? Great! When are worship services?

    --- Renegade v1.31/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)
  • From Lux@25:25/22 to Exodus on Sat Aug 13 21:04:46 2022
    Its Rumored that the new 1.98015a will have 101 possible menus.

    1.30 has 200 menus just for you.

    Atlas!t

    ... Reputation: what others are not thinking about you.

    --- Renegade v1.18a
    * Origin: Physics bulletinboard.systems 16BIT! (25:25/22)
  • From Exodus@25:25/0 to Lux on Sun Aug 14 10:19:25 2022
    --- Renegade v1.18a

    Its Rumored that the new 1.98015a will have 101 possible menus.

    1.30 has 200 menus just for you.

    Lots of updates to get there tho.

    ... If you call me insane again, I'll eat your other eye too.

    --- Renegade v1.31/Exp
    * Origin: The Titantic BBS Telnet - ttb.rgbbs.info (25:25/0)