Thanks for the appreciation. There are still a few dedicated users who do call in every day, and yes, you can log in via telnet as *cocodude* says. It still looks the same, with that quirky line editor that actually works very well once you get the hang of find-and-replace.
Arcade BBS's Demon Solo ADSL connection is due to be upgraded to 2Mbps soon, but only for *uploading by FTP* as far as BBS users will be concerned. However the standard ADSL 256kbps downstream speed via telnet appears about the same as a V34 modem, so it's just like old times when you click on [link]
USB memory stick app bugfixed in time for British Summer Time Fat32FS, a filing system module that allows Iyonix users to use PC-formated USB drives that are over 2GB in size, is now up to version 1.14. Developer Jeff Doggett said he had tidied up the code a bit and corrected a problem with file timestamps after the change to BST. 2 comments, latest by socris on 2/4/09 5:59PM. Published: 29 Mar 2009