NComm

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NComm is one of the most popular shareware terminal programs used on the Commodore Amiga line of computers, especially for connecting to BBS systems via a modem connected to the telephone line. The program was originally written by Daniel Bloch and furher development handed over to Torkel Lodberg. The last version v3.06 was released in 1996, a public key was released in 1998 to allow full usage. [1] [2]

The program was reviewed by André Viergever at Amiga Magazine in 1992. [3] [4]

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  1. ^ "Amiga Networking Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Part 2/2".  080208 faqs.org
  2. ^ "Aminet - comm/term/ncomm306.lha".  080208 aminet.net
  3. ^ NComm 2.0 public domain review from Amiga Magazine 16 (Jul - Aug 1992)
  4. ^ Amiga Magazine 1992 Jul/Aug