Heatwave runs on a vintage Myarc Geneve 9640 (TI-99/4A clone) built in 1987. Originally opened in July 2011 in Phoenix AZ, the board is now under “new management” in Texas. Same BBS, different SysOp (Insane Multitasker). Message areas, Gameroom, file areas and much more.
FuSiON BBS is coded to work on a Texas Instruments TI-99/4A or Myarc Geneve 9640 computers. FuSiON BBS was programmed by myself, Chris Schneider [SHIFT838] (except for the assembly call routines which permission was granted by author of S&T BBS software for use)
Current this is the only BBS that is being ran to support the TI-99/4A and Myrac Geneve 9640 computers on an emulated Myarc Geneve 9640 via a PC!
The BBS will run on both real TI or Myarc Geneve 9640 computers as well as an emulated system using MAME/MESS and can be used with either a real modem or a Lantronix UDS serial device.
- Runs off Floppy Disk, Hard Disks and Ramdisk
- Support for up to 38400 bps on Myarc Geneve 9640
- Support for up to 19200 bps on TI-99/4A (with original TI RS232)
- 40/80 Column Text Menu Support
- IBM Graphics Support
- ANSI Menus Support
- Random ANSI LOGIN screen selection
- Login Pages for ASCII 40/ASCII 80/ANSI
- E-Mail (BBS)
- Message Bases
- Word-wrap for Message Bases, E-Mail and Feedback
- Expert Menu Mode On/Off option
- File Transfers (Xmodem CRC – TI/Myarc Geneve 9640 Only)
- One Liners
- Granular Sysop security (Main Sysop, Assistant Sysop)
- Remote Admin functionality
- BBS Maintenance Cleanup Utility
- HDX Support
- Login Speech Alert