Oldest computer on the internet?

From: Dan Williams <williams.dan_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon Dec 20 20:12:35 2004

On Fri, 17 Dec 2004 10:45:56 -0800, Scarletdown
<gsutton9503_at_wavecable.com> wrote:
> Ashley Carder wrote:
> >Does anyone know what the oldest documented functional computer is that is connected to the internet?
> >
> >
> I know this was a few years ago, so I don't know what its status is
> today. But I remember on comp.sys.tamdy, someone posted an announcement
> that he had a TRS-80 of some sort (most likely a Model III) set up as a
> telnettable BBS.
> And if I ever get around to playing with SLIP and PLIP, I plan on
> eventually hooking up old systems (such as my TI-99/4a and KayPro II) to
> a Linux box so that they can access the Internet via a shell account.
> --
> Scarletdown
Check this out, it works quite well. I managed to get an old BBS on my
cpc working over the we for a while, but now I don't have the room. It
will do other things as well if you play with it.


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