List of BBS software

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Opus-CBCS)
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is about software that acted as bulletin board systems themselves. For external BBS software, see BBS door.
Main article: Bulletin board system

This is a list of notable bulletin board system (BBS) software packages.[1][2]

Multi-platform[edit]

Altos 68000[edit]

Amiga based[edit]

Apple II series[edit]

  • ABBS
  • Camelot BBS – by Marc Bell and John Peterson and one other.
  • Diversi-Dial (DDial) – Chat-room atmosphere supporting up to 7 incoming lines allowing links to other DDial boards.
  • GBBS – Applesoft-based BBS program.
  • GBBS Pro – based on the ACOS or MACOS (modified ACOS) language.
  • HBBS – a hi-resolution graphical dial-up BBS and client package for the Apple II, supported threaded, rich media messages including graphics, shapes, sound, fonts, sprites and animation via its desktop client entitled Pixterm.
  • Hopscotch – by Eric Senior – written in 6502 assembly, chat system supporting up to 16 users.
  • Networks II – by Nick Naimo.
  • PBBS
  • ProTree BBS – by Bob Garth
  • Tnet – by Dean Drako
  • SBBS – Sonic BBS by Patrick Sonnek.

Apple Macintosh[edit]

Atari computers[edit]

Commodore computers[edit]

CP/M[edit]

Many of these needed BYE and KMD to handle modem interactions and file transfers.

  • MikroKom
  • RBBS – written in Microsoft Basic, really slow login with more than a few users.
  • TBBS

Microsoft Windows[edit]

MS-DOS and compatible[edit]

OS/2[edit]

Tandy TRS-80[edit]

Unix and compatible[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ BBS: The Documentary, directed by Jason Scott, Bovine Ignition Systems, 2005.
  2. ^ BBS Software Listing, Jason Scott, 2005.
  3. ^ FBB official web site

External links[edit]