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BBS trotting - Thirteenth (13th) Leader, Hard Core, & Wrong Number ][



Thirteenth (13th) Leader BBS
June 8, 2018pjones1063


Telnet: 13leader.net:8023 SSH: ipnot.click:8022 Software: Mystic Connection: Telnet Nodes: 24
Location: Vineland, ON, Canada
13th Leader is a reboot of an 8-bit Atari 800 XL BBS from back in the late 1980’s! Originally hosted out of Hamilton Ontario Canada! Back in the 80’s we ran on 8-bit “Home Grown” BBS software on 2 x 5.24 floppy drives. Still hosted in Southern Ontario but now on an Ubuntu LXD container running Mystic BBS. New users are always welcome!


A reboot of a ATARI BBS?!! Nice!!

Some good starting message activity. Actually enjoyed that because there is a lot of conversations about the Atari 8-bit there and other talk. Check it out! Hard Core BBS
June 5, 2018scottnlou75


Telnet: hardcore.synchro.net Connection: Telnet Nodes: 7
Location: Louisville, KY, USA
Free speech for all. The place on the Internet to come if you have an opinion about something, and without worrying about being Zucked or censored by The Zuck (Mark Zuckerberg).

Sub-boards of Local Posts


* [1] Sysop Notices 1
[2] General 0
[3] Debate 0
[4] Entertainment 0
[5] Freedom of Speech 2


Which, Quit, or [1]:

So I sent a message. It is nice when you have the control keys and live editing. I had this in Wildcat mode so maybe that had something to do with it.

There were two messages in the freedom of speech area, so I checked them out. And I've decided going forward, especially from this visit, that what is said on a BBS needs to stay there. But saying that for a new BBS they had messages, and so we'll see how this goes.


Sounds promising. I like the idea of old BBS craziness! Love the name. The telnet address defaults to port 23... I bet that gets a lot of hits from Chinese spammers.

So this was a C=64 C-Net BBS. My favorite BBS software of all time since that was what I used on the Unknown BBS back in the 80s.
So from there to Amiga 3000 and then to a Winserver. The future is a "old school with a touch of today." Sounds good.

250 games with 6 discs of PD software for downloading. Nice!

Local message base had four messages on it. First message May 29th. Tried to reply but I guess I need to be validated. Fine.

Looks like this sysop has alternate set ups going...


Four new BBSs down, 16 more to go.


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