There was a time when I seriously considered switching to TBBS after
it appeared that Renegade's developement was in limbo but
unfortunately it had its quirks and limitations in the message
storage. It would not run correctly on Windows 2000 at the time as its essentially its own multitasker meant for a real DOS machine just like MajorBBS 6.
Did you get TBBS to answer a call in Windows 2000 ? because I cannot. My terminal client says "CONNECT 38400" which indicates TBBS is detecting something but the WFC screen remains unchanged. I have no basis for compari what a successful inbound call looks like with TBBS so troubleshooting is difficult.
I am trying to configure Line 1 to use standard COM1 (0x3F8, IRQ4) on NetSerial but not sure if the "Base Address" value is correct (CEDIT will n allow me to enter any variant of "0x3f8"). Is there a way to edit the modem initialisation string ?
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