ADCM BBS 1.00

ADCM BBS v1.00 (C) 1985 ADCM Systems

ADCM BBS 1.0 - Screenshot 01

ADCM BBS 1.0 – Screenshot 01

ADCM BBS 1.0 - Screenshot 02

ADCM BBS 1.0 – Screenshot 02

  • Written by Julius Oklamcak
  • Bulletin Board System package
  • Works with commands in stead of menu’s
  • Requires the “Pocket Modem” hardware (Bot Engineering)
  • Source code included

Info from http://bbsdocumentary.com/

The ADCM/ACDM Systems is a Canadian company (that apparently could not decide
on their acronym). They produced software for Bot Engineering’s 300 baud
“Pocket Modem” exclusively for the Atari home computer line during the 1980’s.
Both the terminal software (which came packaged in a cartridge) and the disk
based BBS were written by Julius Oklamcak. I don’t know how many copies of the
BBS were sold, but I think the number was quite low. I know of only two for
sure – one hosted the HBO (Hamilton Burlington Oakville) Atari Users Group,
and the second a BBS called the Scran Locker that I ran for 3 or 4 years in
the mid-eighties.

To test the BBS, boot the “ADCM BBS Program Disk” disk, type “BBS” and when it
has finished loading, insert the “ADCM BBS Files Disk” and press RETURN. To
login, press the START button and login with Username: SYS and a blank
password.

Enjoy! Jim Wilkinson


Bootable disk / Data disks (ATR / 7-Zip): ADCM BBS 1.0

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