nanard wrote:You should find irc.tos I have been using it a bit.
For ftp I recommend litchi
Ektus wrote:IIRC, STinG does need some configuration file with DNS and routing info, should be c:\stik_cfg\default.cfg
Without this, neither STiNG (or STiK) nor GlueSTiK will work properly.
joska wrote:The only realistic solution is to render the webpage as a bitmap on a proxy server of some sort, and then display this bitmap on the Atari. With the CosmosEx and it's ACSI/SCSI interface this would be fast enough for animations and even basic video.
xfalcon wrote:I thing, that's not necessary. For me it would be enough, when I can use the CosmosEx with sting, in the same function as the DaynaPort.
joska wrote:xfalcon wrote:I thing, that's not necessary. For me it would be enough, when I can use the CosmosEx with sting, in the same function as the DaynaPort.
In the future I don't think it will be possible to be online with our ancient computers without some sort of local proxyserver.
xfalcon wrote:This is the output of CAB:
xfalcon wrote:Massage from the cab.ovl:
The modem disconnected
calimero wrote:Btw is it possible to exchange message in QWK or BlueWavw format over internet?
mikro wrote: If you run CE_CONF, press F8 (console), can you ping something from the RPi's command line?
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