email/browser for DOS or C64/128?

From: Gary Hildebrand <>
Date: Sat Oct 27 19:43:07 2001

I've heard of a c-128 on the net, but with what I have no idea. I know
there is a demand out there for mailers for the 64, there is probably
some sort of TSP/IP stack and associated software to go with it.

I think everything is text based, no whizz bang graphics.

Gary Hildebrand

Iggy Drougge wrote:
> Russ Blakeman skrev:
> >I know I've seen many things on this in th epast but wasn't paying
> >attention. I have some free time now and want to do some tinkering. Are
> >there browsers and email agents for the Commodore 64/128 series and DOS
> >(2.11 through 6.22). I prefer a free or shareware one to be able to test it
> >to see if it's a POS or not. I want to use the DOS version on a few
> >platforms from an 8086/8088 to a 386. I have a 286 portable NEC that I'd
> >like to try it out on first.
> ><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
> [snip]
> <hrm> Hopefully some programms which won't let you send HTML.
> As for MS-DOS and derivatives (I suppose that's the DOS you'd run), do a
> search for WATTCP. That's the stack I use on my DOS box (PS/2 model 70, to be
> replaced by a mod. 70 486). There's supposed to be a big WATTCP page in
> Norway.
> I seem to forget what the name of that OLR (off-line reader =) for C64/128 is
> called, but it seemed awfully capable. I also seem to forget whether it is
> developed by Cameron Kaiser. There are at least two browsers, too. Or three. I
> think Cameron is developing one, then there's one for SuperCPU users, and one
> developed by Fairlight. At least one goes by the name Wave.
> --
> En ligne avec Thor 2.6a.
> You can't prove anything about a program written in C or FORTRAN. It's really
> just Peek and Poke with some syntactic sugar.
> Bill Joy
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