Red Mud Caslte BBS

So in 1983, I got started with computers. I was in the 9th grade and was like OMG these are the greatest thing since sliced bread!

Well, I worked that summer for my uncle doing A/C. I made 600 and went and got me a VIC20 and a 300 bps modem. WOW! The world became a bigger place that day. Well, when I got home to Lawton, I found all the local public BBSs. All 9 of them! WOHOO.

Well, months passed and I graduated to a C64. I ran a BBS on there and it had a 2400 BPS modem. Times were good. Then I moved on to the US Navy and did nothing for a while. But when I got married, I got me a 386 and ran Red Hat and some clunky BBS on it. Well, times advanced and I found Synchronet. I had to have it so, I bought it at $99. Man I was in heaven. I ran a 2 line from our outrageous apartment in San Diego. Since 1994 I have had Synchronet running - usually just for myself. 2013 - I said might as well go big time, and get it all out there.

So I am online with it on a old headless laptop. (Meaning the screen is broken.) But it runs the BBS, fidonet, a couple of utilities to do things for me. Now I have Synchro compiled for my embedded box - linux - but it is not running - and I am considering it to be on my linux server...IDK... 

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System Summary

  • Sysop: David Snyder
  • Nodes: 4
  • Type: Public BBS
  • Software: Synchronet
  • Online: No

System Location

  • Oklahoma, United States

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