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    C64 WebServer

    This is pretty cool. A Commodore 64 running a Webserver.

    (Not everyone try it at once, we dont want to DOS it! )

    http://c64.cc65.org/
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    What do you think I could run with my trusty old Atari 1040ST? Besides Summer Games...

    Unless I can find my Amiga 500...oooh that'd be nice.
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    I wonder if the webserver software is programmed on a cartridge that you stick in the back of your keyboard?

    Just kidding... It is probably on a tape that takes 2 hours to load..
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    or perhaps it runs lunix or lu2
    ASCII stupid question, get a stupid ANSI.
    When in Russia, pet a PETSCII.

    Get your ass over to SLAYRadio the best station for C64 Remixes !

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    Perhaps I should install linux on my xbox and show it up.

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    Thats a cost effective way to run a webserver

    Too bad it has to run on a serial interface though. SLOW...

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    haha, man i remember my commodore 64, i cant remember how many times i typed go 64. Wasteland was the best post appocalyptic rpg ever. i think thats the reason my eye sight is so terrible today. sitting in front of that terrible computer night and day slamming out code, and playing games...

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    Do you remember that game, BurgerTime? It has a chef being cased by salt and pepper shakers? It was the best.

    I also liked MonteZumas Revenge.
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    yeah that game was crazy, i never played it on the c64 though. I have it for the nes.

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    Man----I thought I was cheap by keeping a bunch of old 386's alive. I have one in my office that pings all my gateways once a minute and shows a green, yellow, or red bar depending on how the echos come back. All coded in DOS and Turbo Pascal.


    For those of you to whom the C64 brings back memories, if you are running a windows box, try playing some of these. All the old arcade games you knew and loved as a kid.

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