Started by Duke, 21:11, 21 March 18
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Quote from: adolfo.pa on 20:53, 22 March 18It doesn't seem to work on my 6128+ with the latest firmware (2.0.5b1). All I get is a blank screen
Quote from: adolfo.pa on 21:22, 22 March 18I had Protext in slot 8. I removed it, but still a blank screen. No other extras.
Quote from: 00WReX on 11:22, 23 March 18Attached is a quick screen grab of my CPC6128+ logging onto the 'Wikipedia telnet' (I pressed 'Esc' after the ASCII art intro, as it will scroll down a bit more).
QuoteTelehack Telehack is a simulation of a stylized arpanet/usenet, circa 1985-1990. It is a full multi-user simulation, including 25,000 hosts and BBS's from the early net, thousands of files from the era, a collection of adventure and IF games, a working BASIC interpreter with a library of programs to run, simulated historical users, and more.Connecting----------On the web: http://telehack.com/or open a shell and type telnet telehack.comTelehack.com supports an open web telnet interface. You can also telnetdirectly to telehack on the regular telnet port of 23.The following ports are also open for those, who have issues connecting:443, 1337, 8080, 31173 (e.g. 'telnet telehack.com 443')Special control characters: ctrl-C interrupt program ctrl-N next line ctrl-P previous line ctrl-R quick relay (requires backgrounded relay) ctrl-T print system status ctrl-W delete word (up arrow) previous line (next arrow) next line (tab) autocomplete next command/file/user/host
Quote from: Takis Kalatzis on 21:17, 23 March 18Just used it to connect to naken.cc at port 6666, a telnet chat server. Somebody even talked to me!That was the first time I got online with my CPC 6128, something I dreamed as I child. 30 years later, this was a moment of absolute joy. I would like to give my warmest thanks to Duke for enabling this to happen!Best regards,Takis
Quote from: 00WReX on 03:14, 24 March 18It was a little hard as all my typed text was blind until I hit enter and it was echoed back to me.
Quote from: blackdalek on 15:03, 25 March 18the telnet client usually had an option to enable local echo (so you could see what you type). @Duke does your client have this feature?Is there some kind of command like "set echo on"? I really don't remember the telnet commands.
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