exitrbbs.bas () EXITRBBS.BAS, version 1.4 Routine to allow users to leave comments before logging off Original by Brian Kantor & Skip Hansen 09/81 (?)
exitrbbs.bqs () Squeezed version of exitrbbs.bas
goodbye () Disconnect message for unruly callers. ()
bye72k.asm () BYE V7.2 REMOTE CONSOLE PROGRAM FOR CP/M AND MODEM This program allows modem callers to use your CP/M system just as if they were seated at the system console. Special assembly-time options allow limiting the caller's access by password and/or access to only a message-service program.
minirbbs.bqs ()
wildcat.txt ()
minirbbs.bas ()
xmodem.lbr () FORTRAN-77 source code for XMODEM v5.1
00-index.txt ()
bye72k.aqm () Squeezed version of bye72k.asm
timeout.bqs () Squeezed version of timeout.bas
entrbbs.bqs () Squeezed version of entrbbs.bas
timeout.bas () It logs the caller out, records the time off system and appends the marker "TIME" to their CALLERS entry so the SYSOP can easily tell who is timing out regularly.
0catalog.128 ()
entrbbs.bas () ------------->> ENTERBBS V3.2 17/Jul/83 <<----------- As run on Software Tools/RCPM, Australia (61-2)-997-1836) : Entry/name-logging module of RBBS version 2.2, : : from Howard Moulton's original SJBBS (in Xitan : : Basic), converted to MBASIC and called RBBS or : : RIBBS by Bruce Ratoff, and extensively revised/ : : expanded by Ron Fowler to become RBBS22. : :---------------------------------------------------: : The Fowler version, RBBS22, was split into 2 mod- : : ules, ENTERBBS and MINIRBBS, by Ben Bronson. : :---------------------------------------------------: : Both were revised and given RBBS-compatible ver- : : sion nos. in 03/81 by Tim Nicholas, to incorporate: : updates from his version 2.4 of RBBS. : -----------------------------------------------------
util.bqs () Squeezed version of util.bas
umodem.lbr () UMODEM -- Implements the "CP/M User's Group XMODEM" protocol, the TERM II File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Number 1, and the TERM II File Transfer Protocol Number 4 for packetized file up/downloading.
Additional Notes:
CP/M completely confuses the structure of this directory. Since it could be run across many different hardware platforms, programs affiliated with one specific platform might actually run on more than one. I've done my best to make sense of it all, but reader beware.