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Upgraded to Mystic A47's Web server


Brian's first law: everything in the world will self organize to appose what you want to do.

To put it another way, Murphy wasn't paranoid enough.


This is just a quick page to show you've reached bcw142.zapto.org.
This page has been tested with IE5.5 & Netscape Communicator 4.7 and works. It is made to be as generic as possible to work with the oldest systems possible. The web to telnet takes javascript, not so basic ;)
I seem to be under constant attack since the summer of 2016. Mostly Russia & China hacking the US. Things here are designed to be impossible to totally take down. Use private browsing if normal browsing doesn't work - it will break through the attack. I'm even being attacked on odd ports like 2323 (Telnet to AlphaTest BBS).

Just:

Telnet from Web to Mystic Pi BBS | Files | Web page

This page is at bcw142.zapto.org:80 (Normal Default)
All ports are default on Mystic Pi BBS (including 22 for ssh),
The other two more experimental versions are at offset 23XX & 24XX as noted below:

Mystic Guy Videos

Telnet from Web to AlphaTest BBS | Files | Web page

bcw142.zapto.org port 2323 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (Telnet)
bcw142.zapto.org port 2321 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (FTP)  
bcw142.zapto.org port 2322 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (ssh)
bcw142.zapto.org port 2310 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (POP3)
bcw142.zapto.org port 2319 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (NNTP)
bcw142.zapto.org port 2325 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (SMTP)
bcw142.zapto.org port 2380 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (HTTP)
bcw142.zapto.org port 24556 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (BINKP)

BetaTest BBS A48 | Files | Web page

bcw142.zapto.org port 2423 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (Telnet) bcw142.zapto.org port 2421 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (FTP) bcw142.zapto.org port 2422 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (ssh) bcw142.zapto.org port 2410 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (POP3) bcw142.zapto.org port 2419 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (NNTP) bcw142.zapto.org port 2425 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (SMTP) bcw142.zapto.org port 2480 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (HTTP)a bcw142.zapto.org port 24556 Mystic AlphaTest BBS (BINKP)
Just think of all the fun we're missing! - Sally Brown

I think a new group of Rusian hackers are in school for the summer June 2016 on. I've been getting constant attacks as well as had a few hung tasks that nodespy wouldn't kill (Ghosts). Had to reboot to kill them all, now just getting attacks on the first node again. Seems to have thrown them off for now.
Telnet BBS Guide | Brief Telnet BBS List | Detailed Telnet BBS List | SyncTERM for various systems | A quick note about using syncterm under Linux. In most x86 versions of Linux try: mkdir $HOME/bin (Enter) Extract the correct 'syncterm' to $HOME/bin (32 bit or 64 bit) syncterm & (Enter) That should open syncterm in a window of it's own creating a $HOME/.syncterm directory with new syncterm.ini and syncterm.lst in it. Your personal executable files should go in $HOME/bin and should work as commands at that point or after closing the current terminal and opening a new one. Generally .profile runs .bashrc and puts $HOME/bin in your executable path. You edit .bashrc for custom aliases like "alias ls='ls --color=auto'".
The Main BBS is running under Raspbian from NOOBS_latest.zip. The BBS is mys112a46_pi.zip, but about to change to mys112a47_pi.zip.

I get FSXNET from bbs.nz There's a net radio at listen.totalfm.nz:8000/stream as well.
BBS Podcasts
Solitaire the classic waste of time ;) | Other time wasting games All are Ad supported but without taking away from the games (or making sound).


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Main Mystic Pi BBS at bcw142.zapto.org is running A47 and using Mystic's own web server.
The start for Mystic Pi BBS is NOOBS at: 
https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/NOOBS_latest
and the latest pre-alpha at http://www.mysticbbs.com/downloads/prealpha/
if nothing is there download the release from http://www.mysticbbs.com/downloads
I downloaded NOOBS_v2_4_5.zip on a Linux/64 system so I'll show how I made
the image with that. I just downloaded with Mozilla Firefox from the above 
link. I have also used lynx (text only browser from Linux) often times, 
anything to download it should work. I put the microSD in the adapter to 
make it SD (SD or microSD will work the same, old a new Pi should work) 
and used a generic USB SD card reader/writer to write it (I'd use the same 
procedure on a Pi).
First, if you don't have the programs used, just install them to whatever 
Linux your using. On most that's sudo apt-get install programname so for 
gparted: sudo apt-get install gparted
On to the procedure:

Format SD card as FAT32 using gparted
sudo gparted &
(Yes, it should ask for your password, should be able to find it by size)
(If it shows as some unallocated, then a fat32 partition your likely OK)
(close gparted when it's fat32)

Eject it and remount it

(if it doesn't automount try something like)
mount | grep -i mmcblk0p1
(result should mount the SD card; df -h #to check)
/dev/mmcblk0p1         29G   16K   29G   1% /media/bcw/E84E-FD3E

(showing my path below "bcw@lenotv2:/My_Book/Downloads$" )
bcw@lenotv2:/My_Book/Downloads$ unzip NOOBS_v2_4_5.zip -d /media/bcw/E84E-FD3E
Archive:  NOOBS_v2_1_0.zip
(will show all files as inflating: /media/bcw/E84E-FD3E/filename)

sudo umount /media/bcw/E84E-FD3E
(again it will ask for password)

Put in Pi and it should boot noobs. If not, pull the power, wait 5 seconds 
and plug it back in. Still nothing go back to gparted and reformat and 
build the image again. It has happened to me a few times, it will work and 
start running at some point. No one knows how these were formatted 
originally and it may take a few tries to break through the original 
format and create a generic FAT32 on it.

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Rainbow block and "NOOBS v2.4 - Built: Mar 17 2017" is what showed up on 
mine. I do Raspbian [RECOMMENDED] (lite should work as should Lakka_RPi2 
on any Pi2 or newer), Click it's box setup Language and keyboard below and
then Install, then click Yes on the Confirm pop-up ;)
(will take quite a while, likely a half hour or more).

OS(es) Installed Successfully click the OK

You'll see some raspberries and then the system will come up (should be in 
X windows, the Unix GUI). Click on the Raspberry in the upper left, then 
down to Preferences and over to Raspberry Pi Configuration. Change the 
Hostname (BBS name) and Change Password... Click the OK, the next OK, click 
Interfaces tab, then Enable SSH & VNC for easiest headless use. Next click
Localisation tab and click Set Locale. Fix whatever is not set to your 
country, keep the UTF-8 and click OK. Do the same for Timezone and 
location, click OK. Click Set Keyboard and do the same, WiFi Country 
and do the same. Click the final OK on lower right of Configuration, 
then Yes for reboot.
It should come back up as before, finally in to the GUI. Control-ALT-T 
should bring up the terminal or click the terminal Icon on top (or you 
may be in a terminal to start). I move it to the lower right or left 
before using in it. Note: if it's too small to read, click Edit, 
Preferences, Monospace 10, and move up the size, the font will change, 
pick an easy to read one. Even if the font was OK, click Edit, Preferences,
Advanced, and click Disable using Alt-n for tabs and menu and then OK.
Now to get changes to fully take, type exit and hit Enter, then do 
Control-ALT-T again and move the terminal to a lower side. The reason for 
that last setup is nodespy uses ALT keys and will drive you crazy if you 
don't disable that as terminal keys. 
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With what's been done so far you have a fully working Raspbian image on 
the Pi. SSH/VNC will let you in remotely so you don't have to use a console 
anymore (can get there from Linux or Windows with Putty & VNC). I stick to 
SSH as it has encryption VNC doesn't so I just use SSH rather than 
switching. VNC is fine inside the firewall, SSH is good anywhere in the 
world. Mystic can do SSH so, if you use the standard ports you have to 
move your SSH which is pretty easy to do. You need to edit as root so 
whatever editor you use you need to use under sudo or gksudo such as:
gksudo gedit /etc/ssh/sshd_config &
that will let you edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config to change the port with gedit
if you have it loaded (a what you see is what you get editor). If you need 
to load it do:
sudo apt-get update #just to make sure lists are up to date, once per session
sudo apt-get install gedit
It will take a while but gedit will show up under Accessories and for use 
from the command line as above. So, what to edit:
# What ports, IPs and protocols we listen for
#Port 22
Port 1022
# Use these options to restrict which interfaces/protocols sshd will bind to
#ListenAddress ::
#ListenAddress 0.0.0.0
I comment out the original Port 22 and add 1022, but you pick what you want 
and if you want to open it through the firewall for use from the internet 
outside the firewall. It's also best to edit some later lines to work as a 
keep alive so you don't timeout all the time (make it look like):
X11Forwarding yes
X11DisplayOffset 10
PrintMotd no
PrintLastLog yes
ClientAliveInterval 30
TCPKeepAlive yes
ClientAliveCountMax 99999
Then save it and Quit the editor. To make that active do:
sudo service ssh restart
The developers may have moved things around, just make it so the above 
things are enabled (not commented out with #). SSH forwards graphics 
automatically when started with -X so gedit can be used remotely as can 
most everything else. That means you can now go to anything that will do 
SSH and do pretty much everything remotely. I install pcmanfm as well 
(sudo apt-get install pcmanfm) so I have a graphical filemanager for use 
with SSH remotely as well. Use 'man ssh' to see the manual page for it, 
but the basic setup you can use for Linux is:
ssh [-l pi] -p 1022 localip# -X
In my case that's:
ssh -l pi -p 1022 10.0.0.21 -X
the -l changes to user pi on the remote system, -p 1022 port 1022, IP and 
-X for forwarding of graphics. So with laptop you can now move around and 
finish everything remotely. You may need modaXterm under Windows to do 
that, Linux with X will have it built in. I tend to do it all remotely 
once I'm at this point. To download mystic I use lynx remotely, first it 
needs to be installed: sudo apt-get install lynx #then generally download 
to Downloads, so 'cd ~/Downloads'. Then:
lynx http://www.mysticbbs.com/downloads/prealpha/ 
If you see 'Parent Directory' hit enter on it and look for the latest
Alpha version (A38 for 1/1/2018). Use the arrow keys to pick the one for 
Pi: mys112a38_pi.zip and hit d for download, then Enter for Save to disk, 
use the default filename so hit Enter. Then make a directory for it: 
$ mkdir mys112a38_pi
$ cd mys112a38_pi
$ unzip -e ../mys112a38_pi.zip
$ sudo ./install 
[sudo] password for pi:

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               Mystic BBS Installation Utility Version 1.12 A38                
         Copyright (C) 1997-2017 By James Coyle.  All Rights Reserved.         
                                                                               
                                                                               
                             %  INSTALL MYSTIC BBS                             
                             %  READ WHATS NEW                                 
                             %  UPGRADE INFORMATION                            
                             %  ABORT INSTALLATION                             
                                                                               
                                                                               
                  Visit www.mysticbbs.com for latest updates!                  
                                                                               
───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

arrow to INSTALL MYSTIC BBS, hit Enter, take the default of /mystic so 
hit F2 to begin install. After that Enter to close. That all leads to the 
line: "I just installed mystic and I can't do a thing with it".

Then 

./mystic -cfg

Configuration, General Settings, Set the BBS Name, Sysop Name, Sysop 
Password, and Feedback to. Set Local Code Page to CP437 or UTF8 which ever 
looks better to you. This setting only affects the sysop display not the 
users display at all.
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    █  BBS Name        │ Workpoint - U can't get h  Chat Logging  │ No    █
▄▄  █  Sysop Name      │ bcw142                     Hours Start   │ 1     █▓gj!
 ▐█▄█  Sysop Password  │ *******                    Hours End     │ 15    ██▄▄
 ░███  System Password │                            Chat Feedback │ Yes   ███▒■
▀ ▓██  Sysop ACS       │ s255                       Screen Size   │ 24    ███▌▐
▓ ▒▓█  Feedback To     │ bcw142                     Inactivity    │ 888   █▓░ ▓
▀ █░█  Start Menu      │ prelogin                                         ██░ ▓
░░▓██  QWK Net Menu    │ qwknetwork                                       █ ▄▄█
▄▄■ █  Start Theme     │ default                                          █ ▌░░
    █  Config Theme    │ 3D ANSI                                          █ ▀▄
    █  Local Code Page │ UTF8                                             █
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (General Settings) -> 

ESC, ESC, Login/Matrix Settings
Set Login/Matrix Settings to Default CodePage CP437 for Users default view.
With Ask CodePage the Users can change it to their liking on their end.

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    █  Default CodePage  │ CP437           Multi Login ACS   │ s255      █
▄▄  █  Ask CodePage      │ Ask             Login Attempts    │ 3         █░▓gj!
 ▐█▄█  Ask Theme         │ No              Login Time        │ 30        ███▄▄
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▀ ▓██  Use Matrix Login  │ No              Password Inquiry  │ Yes       ████▌▐
▓ ▒▓█  Matrix Menu       │ matrix          Password Attempts │ 3         █▓▓░ ▓
▀ █░█  Matrix Password   │ ******                                        █░█░ ▓
░░▓██  Matrix ACS        │ s50                                           █▄ ▄▄█
▄▄■ █  Login After Apply │ No                                            █▀ ▌░░
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    █  See Invisible ACS │ s255                                          █
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Login/Matrix) -> User's default code page 

ESC three times (exits), then 'sudo chown -R pi:pi /mystic'

./mystic -l #if BUSY you didn't do 'sudo chown -R pi:pi /mystic'
It should ask your name, input what handle you want to use, Enter, 
arrow to Yes (Create account), Enter, Enter, and follow answer the prompts 
to create your user and do what you want till you get to main main, then 
G & Y (Goodbye and Yes to logoff). You now have your user. Next start 
configuration: ./mystic -cfg

go over to Editors, Enter, Enter, Enter, Control-U, down to 255 System 
Operator, Enter, ESC, save changes Yes (Enter), 

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     █ Handle       █                                     █  INFORMATION █   
     █ Real Name    █ Lvl  Description                    █   Settings 1 █   
▄▄   █ Password     █─────────────────────────────────────█   Settings 2 █░▓gj!
 ▐█▄▄█ Address      █ 10   New User                       ░   Statistics ███▄▄
 ░████ City         █ 20   Regular User                   ░Optional Data ████▒■
▀ ▓███ Zip Code     █ 255  System Operator                ░        Flags ████▌▐
▓ ▒▓▓█ Home Phone   █                                     ░              █▓▓░ ▓
▀ █░░█ Data Phone   █                                     ░TRL-U/Upgrade █░█░ ▓
░░▓███ E-Mail       █                                     ░              █▄ ▄▄█
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     █ User Note    █                                     ░              █  ▀▄
     █ Gender       █                                     ▓              █   
     █ Birthdate    █─────────────────────────────────────█              █   
     █ Caller ID    █       Press / for command list      █              █   
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::: (User Editor) -> User's account handle 

Down to M Message Base Settings, Enter, Down to Default Origin and change it
to BBS name. You might want the URL there as well like:
Mystic Pi BBS bcw142.zapto.org:23

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   █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Message Settings ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄ 
   █                                                                       █  
   █  List Compression    │ Yes                Quote Color      │  Sample  █  
▄▄ █  List Columns        │ 2                  Text Color       │  Sample  █gj!
 ▐██  Show Message Header │ Yes                Tear Color       │  Sample  █▄▄
 ░██  Bases in Group List │ Yes                Origin Color     │  Sample  ██▒■
▀ ▓█  Max AutoSig Lines   │ 4                  Kludge Color     │  Sample  ██▌▐
▓ ▒█  Force NL Match      │ No                 Netmail Crash    │ No       █░ ▓
▀ ██  Extended Reply ACS  │ s200               Netmail Hold     │ No       █░ ▓
░░▓█  Attachment ACS      │ s255               Netmail Killsent │ No       █▄▄█
▄▄■█  Msg Upload ACS      │ s20                Netmail Direct   │ No       █▌░░
   █  Add [ANSI] Prefix   │ Yes                Create Semaphore │ Logout   █▀▄
   █  Add Re: Prefix      │ Yes                                            █  
   █  Default Origin      │ Mystic Pi BBS bcw142.zapto.org:23              █  
   █                                                                       █  
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Message Settings) -> Compress numbers in area list?  

I also change the Quote Color back one to light green & Kludge Color back 
one to grey (Light Green is the same color as the name of the person being 
quoted and grey is easier to read then dark grey). It makes things easier 
to read and understand in the messages. ESC and back to Servers to set them 
up. Hit Enter twice for Server Options, put your URL in Domain Name, set 
the maximum number of nodes you want and hit ESC.


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                                  █ O General Options       █  
                                  █ S Configure Servers     █  
                                  █ B Edit IP Blacklist     █▓ 
▄▄           ▄▄    ░▓             █ W Edit IP Whitelist     ██▒░▓         ░▓gj!
 ▐█▄▄     ■ ▀  ▌ ░░░▐███▌      ▌  █ L Edit Country Blocking ████▓▀▀▄▄▄▄▄▄▄██▄▄
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Servers) -> General Options...
 ALT/B-Scrollback   ALT/L-Send Login   ALT/T-Zmodem    ALT-E/Edit    ALT-X/Quit
                         
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              █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Server Options ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄
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 ▐█▄▄     ■ ▀ █  Domain Name      │ bcw142.zapto.org            █▀▀▄▄▄▄▄▄▄██▄▄
 ░███▄▄      ▄█  Max BBS Nodes    │ 16                          █▀███████████▒■
▀ ▓████▄▄▀█▓▀▄█  Start Hidden     │ No                          █▀▐█▓ ▄▄ ▄███▌▐
▓ ▒▓▓▓█▀▀█▄▄█▀█  Enable SendMail  │ No                          █▓▓▓▒ ▓ ▐▓▓▓░ ▓
▀ █░░░█  ▀▀▀▀ █  SM Host          │                             █▒░░░▌▀ ░░░█░ ▓
░░▓████ ▓▄▄▄▄▓█  SM IP Type       │ Default IPV4                █▀████▄▄▄▄▄ ▄▄█
▄▄■ ▀▀▓ ▒  ░░▓█  SM Login         │                             █   ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ ▌░░
        ░     █  SM Password      │                             █           ▀▄
              █  SM Auth Type     │ None                        █
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Server Options) -> Internet domain name                                   
 ALT/B-Scrollback   ALT/L-Send Login   ALT/T-Zmodem    ALT-E/Edit    ALT-X/Quit


Down one to Configure Servers, you'll find them configured with defaults and
telnet active, make any port changes and activate the ones you want. Consider
country blocking while in each, Russia (RU) and China (CN) are the big two.

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              █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Available Servers ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄
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              █ Active  Type      ID         Port  IPV4  IPV6   █  
▄▄           ▄█─────────────────────────────────────────────────█         ░▓gj!
 ▐█▄▄     ■ ▀ █ Yes     TELNET    TELNET       23  Yes   Yes    ▓▀▀▄▄▄▄▄▄▄██▄▄
 ░███▄▄      ▄█ Yes     RLOGIN    RLOGIN      513  Yes   No     ░▀███████████▒■
▀ ▓████▄▄▀█▓▀▄█ Yes     SSH       SSH          22  Yes   Yes    ░▀▐█▓ ▄▄ ▄███▌▐
▓ ▒▓▓▓█▀▀█▄▄█▀█ Yes     BINKP     BINKP     24556  Yes   Yes    ░▓▓▓▒ ▓ ▐▓▓▓░ ▓
▀ █░░░█  ▀▀▀▀ █ Yes     FTP       FTP          21  Yes   Yes    ░▒░░░▌▀ ░░░█░ ▓
░░▓████ ▓▄▄▄▄▓█ Yes     NNTP      NNTP        119  Yes   Yes    ░▀████▄▄▄▄▄ ▄▄█
▄▄■ ▀▀▓ ▒  ░░▓█ Yes     POP3      POP3        110  Yes   Yes    ░   ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ ▌░░
        ░     █ Yes     SMTP      SMTP         25  Yes   Yes    ░           ▀▄
              █ Yes     HTTP      HTTP         80  Yes   Yes    ░  
              █─────────────────────────────────────────────────█  
              █             Press / for command list            █  
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Servers) -> Configure Servers...
 ALT/B-Scrollback   ALT/L-Send Login   ALT/T-Zmodem    ALT-E/Edit    ALT-X/Quit

ESC gets you back to the list, Move down to Whitelist.txt and put in 127.0.* 
and your local group like 10.0.0.* or 192.168.0.* and your main IP address 
so you don't block yourself.
You'll want to add your main uplink IPs and other nodes in your networks.


                        File: /mystic/data/whitelist.txt                       

; WHITELIST.TXT: IP Address immunity list                                      
;
; This file should have one IP address per line.  Each address can be an IPV4
; or IPV6 address, and can contain wildcards.  For example: 127.* would allow
; any IPV4 address that begins with 127 to be immune to any type of IP
; blocking. "014f:*" would whitelist any IPV6 address that starts with 014f:
127.0.*                    █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄
10.0.0.*                   █ C Continue              █  
24.34.40.65                █ A Abort                 █  
173.162.177.161            █ S Save and Exit         █  
172.162.177.162            █ \ Jump to first line    █  
219.89.83.33               █ / Jump to last line     █  
76.118.118.197             █ ? Help                  █  
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 Press ESCAPE for Menu                                             Line 1 of 14


 ALT/B-Scrollback   ALT/L-Send Login   ALT/T-Zmodem    ALT-E/Edit    ALT-X/Quit

blacklist.txt
This list will make itself based on bad behavior from some IP addresses.
It will be IPv6 based, but likely really mostly have IPv4 addresses in
an IPv6 format like:
0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:ffff:70aa:ccac
and such. The 0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:ffff is the build up from IPv4 to 
IPv6, the real IPv4 address part is 70aa:ccac or 112.170.204.172 in true
IPv4 format (Just decimal from the hex 70.aa.cc.ac). Unless you know an 
IP you want to block, it's best to leave it to build itself. It's only 
noted here so you can find an address for a good user that just had 
trouble with the software.

This means that 208.100.26.229 will show up as 
0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:ffff:d064:1ae5 which I figured by typing
208.100.26.229 in at https://www.ipaddressguide.com/ipv4-to-ipv6 which
shows it as IPv4-mapped IPv6 address - 0:0:0:0:0:FFFF:D064:1AE5. Due to
the way blacklist.txt builds that means the same as:
0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:ffff:d064:1ae5 all leading 0's can be cut in IPv6
so 0000:0000:0000:0000:0000: can show as 0:0:0:0:0 in IPv6. The blacklist
just shows the full address as it comes in without the simplifing that
IPv6 allows. It makes it easier for the BBS to match it and reject it.

Now you have some thinking and experimenting to do to setup your 
Login/Matrix settings. CP437 is the standard for BBS, UTF-8 is the standard 
for Linux and newer Windows. The old defaults were CP437 for both Default 
CodePage and Local CodePage and generally worked fine, things have changed.
I use the Ask CodePage and Ask Emulation, so the user can try all 
combinations to get what they need. CP437 for both is still a good default.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

You should be able to read the "stic" of Mystic in the graphics (by gj!) 
below after the Configuration menu.
  
   █ Configuration        Servers        Editors       Other         Exit  █ 
   █ S System Paths             █  
   █ G General Settings         █  
   █ L Login/Matrix Settings    █                            ▓
   █ 1 New User Settings 1      █            ▄▄▄▄▄          ▒█▒░▓      ░▓gj!
   █ 2 New User Settings 2      █     ▄▄▄▄▄▄▄█████▄▄▄▄▀ 
   █ 3 New User Optional Fields █ ▄▄██████▓░▀█████▀▀▀▀    ▄████▓▄▀███████████
   █ F File Base Settings       █▒▓███▄▄  ▄▄ ▓███▓ ▄ ▄▄▄ ▀▀▄▄▄▄▄▀▀▐█▓ ▄▄ ▄███
   █ M Message Base Settings    █ ▀▀██▓▓▒░▄▀ ░▓▓▓░ ▓ ▓▓▄▒░ ████▓░▓▓▓▒ ▓ ▐▓▓▓░
   █ W Windows Console          █ ▀  ▀▀░░░░█ █░░░█▌▒ ░░░░█░▓▓▓▓▓█▒░░░▌▀ ░░░█░
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Main) -> System Paths..


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█ Defaults for               █
█ 1 New User Settings 1      █        
█ 2 New User Settings 2      █ 
█ 3 New User Optional Fields █ 
█ F File Base Settings       █
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   █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Message Settings ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄  
   █                                                                     █  
   █  List Compression    │ Yes              Quote Color      │  Sample  █  
   █  List Columns        │ 2                Text Color       │  Sample  █
   █  Show Message Header │ Yes              Tear Color       │  Sample  █
   █  Bases in Group List │ Yes              Origin Color     │  Sample  █
   █  Max AutoSig Lines   │ 4                Kludge Color     │  Sample  █
   █  Force NL Match      │ No               Netmail Crash    │ Yes      █
   █  Extended Reply ACS  │                  Netmail Hold     │ Yes      █
   █  Attachment ACS      │ s255             Netmail Killsent │ No       █
   █  Msg Upload ACS      │ s20              Netmail Direct   │ No       █
   █  Add [ANSI] Prefix   │ Yes              Create Semaphore │ MsgPost  █
   █  Add Re: Prefix      │ Yes                                          █  
   █  Default Origin      │ Mystic AlphaTest bcw142.zapto.org:2323       █  
   █                                                                     █
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     * Yes Netmail Crash and Hold doesn't make sense, but seems to work.

   
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█    Configuration   ▌▓ Networking ░▐  Servers     Editors     Other    Exit  █
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                    █ A Echomail Addresses   █                                
                    █ N Echomail Nodes       █                                
                    █ G Echomail Groups      █               ▓                
▄▄           ▄▄    ░█ R Edit Areafix Help    █▄▄▄▄          ▒█▒░▓         ░▓gj!
 ▐█▄▄     ■ ▀  ▌ ░░░█ F Edit Filefix Help    █████▄▄▄▄▀ ▀▀██████▓▀▀▄▄▄▄▄▄▄██▄▄
 ░███▄▄      ▄▀▄▄████ ---------------------- █████▀▀▀▀    ▄████▓▄▀███████████▒■
▀ ▓████▄▄▀█▓▀▄█████▓█ S QWK General Settings ████▓ ▄ ▄▄▄ ▀▀▄▄▄▄▄▀▀▐█▓ ▄▄ ▄███▌▐
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Networking) -> Echomail Addresses...

 Next settings are to get echomail from my Main BBS, these are my numbers, 
 you need to use your own or 21:1/999 to start for fsxnet.

 A EchoMail Addresses

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      █ Network Address         Domain    Pri  Description               █    
      █ ──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── █    
      █ 0:0/0                             No   Local - Do not remove!    ▓
      █ 21:1/145                fsxnet    Yes  fsxnet                    █
      █ 80:603/0                retronet  No   RetroNet                  █
      █ 0:0/0                             No                             █
      █ 0:0/0                             No                             ▓
      █ 0:0/0                             No                             █
      █ 0:0/0                             No                             █
      █ 0:0/0                             No                             █
      █ 0:0/0                             No                             █ 
      █ 0:0/0                             No                             █    
      █ 0:0/0                             No                             █    
      █ 0:0/0                             No                             █
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 When you select a line above you should see:

█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Echomail Network ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄       
█                                                   █
█      Address                                      █
█         Zone │ 21                                 █
█          Net │ 1                                  █
█         Node │ 145                                █
█        Point │ 0                                  █
█                                                   █
█       Domain │ fsxnet                             █
█  Description │ fsxnet                             █
█      Primary │ Yes                                █
█                                                   █  
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█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Echomail Network ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄       
█      Address                                      █ 
█         Zone │ 80                                 █     
█          Net │ 603                                █  
█         Node │ 0                                  █     
█        Point │ 0                                  █      
█                                                   █    
█       Domain │ retronet                           █     
█  Description │ RetroNet                           █   
█      Primary │ No                                 █
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 B Echomail Nodes

█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ EchoMail Nodes ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄    
█ ID   Active  Description                                   Network █    
█ ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── █    
█ 1       Yes  fsxnet Hub                                   21:1/100 █
█ 2        No  RetroNet                                     80:774/0 █
█                                                                    █
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   █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Echomail Node (ID 1) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄  
   █ Active         │ Yes                                       1:GENERAL  █  
   █ Description    │ fsxnet Hub                                2:Security █  
▄▄ █ Zone           │ 21                                        3:Groups   █gj!
 ▐██ Net            │ 1                                         4:BinkP    █▄▄
 ░██ Node           │ 145                                       5:FTP      ██▒■
▀ ▓█ Point          │ 0                                         6:Dir Toss ██▌▐
▓ ▒█ Domain         │ fsxnet                                               █░ ▓
▀ ██ Session Type   │ BinkP                                                █░ ▓
░░▓█ Archive Type   │ ZIP                                                  █▄▄█
▄▄■█ Export Type    │ Normal                                               █▌░░
   █ Route Info     │                                                      █▀▄
   █ Max PKT Size   │ 512                                                  █  
   █ Max ARC Size   │ 2048                                                 █  
   █ Use Filebox    │ No                                                   █  
   █ Filebox Dir    │ ../mystic/filebox/fsxnet_z21n1n145/      Page 1 of 6 █  
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Echomail Node) -> Node active...


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   █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Echomail Node (ID 1) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄  
   █ PKT Password   │                                           1:General  █  
   █ FIX Password   │ ******                                    2:SECURITY █  
▄▄ █ TIC Password   │ ******                                    3:Groups   █gj!
 ▐██ Security Level │ 0                                         4:BinkP    █▄▄
 ░██ Access Flags   │ --------------------------                5:FTP      ██▒■
▀ ▓█                │                                           6:Dir Toss ██▌▐
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Echomail Node) -> PKT Password...


The Echo Groups below are for future use.
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   █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Echomail Node (ID 1) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄  
   █ Echo Group 01  │ None                                      1:General  █  
   █ Echo Group 02  │ None                                      2:Security █  
▄▄ █ Echo Group 03  │ None                                      3:GROUPS   █gj!
 ▐██ Echo Group 04  │ None                                      4:BinkP    █▄▄
 ░██ Echo Group 05  │ None                                      5:FTP      ██▒■
▀ ▓█ Echo Group 06  │ None                                      6:Dir Toss ██▌▐
▓ ▒█ Echo Group 07  │ None                                                 █░ ▓
▀ ██ Echo Group 08  │ None                                                 █░ ▓
░░▓█ Echo Group 09  │ None                                                 █▄▄█
▄▄■█ Echo Group 10  │ None                                                 █▌░░
   █ Echo Group 11  │ None                                                 █▀▄
   █ Echo Group 12  │ None                                                 █  
   █ Echo Group 13  │ None                                                 █  
   █ Echo Group 14  │ None                                                 █  
   █ Echo Group 15  │ None                                     Page 3 of 6 █  
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Echomail Node) -> Echo Group membership...

This is an echo of the BINKP setup from Servers
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   █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Echomail Node (ID 1) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄  
   █ BINKP Hostname │ 10.0.0.21:24556                           1:General  █  
   █ IP Type        │ IPV4                                      2:Security █  
▄▄ █ Password       │ ******                                    3:Groups   █gj!
 ▐██ Time Out       │ 120                                       4:BINKP    █▄▄
 ░██ Block Size     │ 16384                                     5:FTP      ██▒■
▀ ▓█ CRAM-MD5       │ Yes                                       6:Dir Toss ██▌▐
▓ ▒█ Hide AKAs      │ Yes                                                  █░ ▓
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Echomail Node) -> :...



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   █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Echomail Node (ID 1) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄  
   █ FTP Hostname   │                                           1:General  █  
   █ Login          │                                           2:Security █  
▄▄ █ Password       │                                           3:Groups   █gj!
 ▐██ Passive        │ No                                        4:BinkP    █▄▄
 ░██ Out Directory  │                                           5:FTP      ██▒■
▀ ▓█ In Directory   │                                           6:Dir Toss ██▌▐
▓ ▒█                │                                                      █░ ▓
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Echomail Node) -> FTP Hostname...



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   █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Echomail Node (ID 1) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄  
   █ Outbound Dir   │                                           1:General  █  
   █ Inbound Dir    │                                           2:Security █  
▄▄ █                │                                           3:Groups   █gj!
 ▐██                │                                           4:BinkP    █▄▄
 ░██                │                                           5:FTP      ██▒■
▀ ▓█                │                                           6:DIR TOSS ██▌▐
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+++────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── ──  ─ ─ ·
::: (Echomail Node) -> Outbound Dir...

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█                                                           █ 
█    Description │ fsxnet Hub               Zone │ 21       █  
█         Active │ Yes                       Net │ 1        █
█   Archive Type │                          Node │ 100      █
█    Export Type │ Normal                  Point │ 0        █
█      AllFix PW │ ******                 Domain │ fsxnet   █
█   PKT Password │                                          █
█   Session Type │ BinkP                                    █
█     Route Info │ 21:*                                     █
█   Max PKT Size │ 512                                      █
█   Max ARC Size │ 2048                                     █
█    Use FileBox │ No                                       █  
█        FileBox │                                          █  
█   TIC Password │ ******                  Session Options  █  
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S Session Options
█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ BINKP ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄    
█                                             █ 
█       Host │ net1.fsxnet.nz:24556  █ 
█   Password │ ******                         █ 
█    TimeOut │ 30                             █
█  BlockSize │ 16384                          █
█   CRAM-MD5 │ Yes                            █
█  Hide AKAs │ Yes                            █
█                                             █
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█                                                           █
█    Description │ RetroNet                 Zone │ 80       █  
█         Active │ No                        Net │ 774      █
█   Archive Type │ ZIP                      Node │ 0        █
█    Export Type │ Normal                  Point │ 0        █
█      AllFix PW │ ********               Domain │ retronet █
█   PKT Password │                                          █
█   Session Type │ BinkP                                    █
█     Route Info │ 80:*                                     █
█   Max PKT Size │ 512                                      █
█   Max ARC Size │ 2048                                     █
█    Use FileBox │ No                                       █  
█        FileBox │                                          █  
█   TIC Password │                         Session Options  █   
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S Session Options
█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ BINKP ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄    
█                                             █ 
█       Host │ retronet.retroshare.net:24560  █ 
█   Password │ ******                         █ 
█    TimeOut │ 30                             █
█  BlockSize │ 16384                          █
█   CRAM-MD5 │ Yes                            █
█  Hide AKAs │ Yes                            █
█                                             █
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Q Defaults for QWk Networking

█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Offline Mail ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄    
█                                                                 █
█       Local QWK Path │ /mystic/localqwk/                        █
█        QWK Packet ID │ ATEST                                    █
█          QWK Archive │ zip                                      █
█  Max Messages/Packet │ 0                                        █
█    Max Messages/Base │ 0                                        █
█         Welcome File │ /mystic/localqwk/mysticpibbs.txt         █
█            News File │ /mystic/text/mysticpinews                █
█         Goodbye File │ /mystic/text/mysticpibye                 █
█                                                                 █    
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Defaults for C Console Settings


 Configuration     ▌▓ Servers ░▐     Editors       Other         Exit     █
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                        █ I Internet Server Options █                         
                        █ E Edit MIS2 Servers       █                         
                        █ 1 Telnet Server Options   █                
                        █ 2 FTP Server Options      █
                        █ 3 POP3 Server Options     █
                        █ 4 SMTP Server Options     █
                        █ 5 NNTP Server Options     █  
                        █ 6 BINKP Server Options    █
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█                                                 █  
█        Domain │ bcw142.zapto.org                █
█     Interface │ 0.0.0.0                         █
█   IP Blocking │ Yes                             █
█       Logging │ Yes                             █
█  DNSBL Lookup │ No                              █
█    DNSBL Host │                                 █
█  DNSCC Lookup │ Yes                             █
█    DNSCC Host │ zz.countries.nerd.dk            █
█   Auto IP Ban │ 4  connections in 120 seconds   █
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 ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Available Servers ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄  
█                                                 █
█ Active  Type      ID         Port  IPV4  IPV6   █
█─────────────────────────────────────────────────█
█ No      TELNET    TELNET       23  Yes   Yes    █
█ No      RLOGIN    RLOGIN      513  Yes   Yes    █
█ No      SSH       SSH          22  Yes   Yes    █
█ No      BINKP     BINKP     24554  Yes   Yes    █
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▀▀▀▀▀▀ Telnet Server ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄
█                           █
█ Use Telnet Server │ Yes   █
█      Telnet Nodes │ 6     █
█       Server Port │ 2323  █
█     Dupe IP Limit │ 2     █
█      Start Hidden │ No    █
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Defaults for FTP, POP3, SMTP, NNTP

█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ BINKP Server ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄ 
█                             █
█ Use Server      │ Yes       █
█ Server Port     │ 24556     █
█ Max Connections │ 6         █
█ Timeout         │ 60        █
█ Force CRAM-MD5  │ No        █
█ Allow Unsecure  │ No        █
█ File Conflicts  │ Rename    █
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█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Menu Editor (Default) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄       
█ Menu Name             Description                     █       
█ ───────────────────────────────────────────────────── █       
█ Xperimental           Xperimental                     ▓
█ account               Account change                  █
█ autosig               Edit auto signature menu        █
█ bbslist               BBS list menu                   █
█ doors                 Example doors/games menu        █
█ extra                 Extra Docs                      █
█ file                  File base menu                  █
█ flist                 Download file list menu         █
█ fnewscan              Scan for new files menu         █
█ fqueue                File queue editor menu          █  
█ goodbye               Logoff menu                     █
█ main                  Main menu                       █
█ matrix                Example Matrix menu             █
█ message               Message base menu               █
█ mnewscan              Message newscan menu            █
█ msearch               Message search menu             █
█ newinfo               New account review menu         █
█ otherbbs              Other BBS                       █
█ personalscan          New scan all personal msgs      █
█ prelogin              Default Login sequence menu     █ 
█ qwk                   Offline mail menu               █
█ qwknetwork            QWK Network Menu                █
█ sysop                 Sysop menu                      █
█ testlbprompt          Test of LightBar/Prompt menu    █
█ testlightbar          Test lightbar menu functions    █
█ timebank              Timebank menu                   █
█ toplists              Top Lists                       █
█ vote                  Voting booth menu               █ 
█ ───────────────────────────────────────────────────── █       
█                Press / for command list               █
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                    █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Message Group Editor ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄                  
                    █                                     █                  
                    █ ID   Message Group Name             █               
                    █─────────────────────────────────────█
                    █ 1    Local                          █
                    █ 2    FSXNet                         █
                    █ 3    RetroNet                       █
                    █                                     █
                    █─────────────────────────────────────█                  
                    █       Press / for command list      █                  
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      █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Message Base Editor ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄      
      █ ID     Message Base Description                 Network █      
      █─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────█      
      █ 1      E-mail                                     Local █
      █ 2      General Messages                           Local █
      █ 3      Test Messages                              Local █
      █ 4      Mystic                                     Local █
      █ 5      General Chat                            21:1/145 █ * General Chat
      █ 6      Netmail (fsxnet)                        21:1/145 █ * and other 
      █ 7      Netmail (RetroNet)                      80:603/0 █ * message areas
      █                                                         █ * can be setup 
      █─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────█ * via fsxsetup.ini
      █                 Press / for command list                █ * below     
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  █ Name        │ E-mail                            Quote Color  │  Sample  █
  █ Newsgroup   │                                   Text Color   │  Sample  █
  █ QWK Name    │ Email                             Tear Color   │  Sample  █
  █ Echo Tag    │                                   Origin Color │  Sample  █
  █ File Name   │ email                             Kludge Color │  Sample  █
  █ Path        │ /mystic/msgs/                     Max Msgs     │ 0        █
  █ List ACS    │ %                                 Max Msg Age  │ 0        █
  █ Read ACS    │                                   New Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Post ACS    │                                   QWK Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Sysop ACS   │ s255                              Header       │ msghead  █
  █ Base Type   │ Local                             R Template   │ ansimrd  █
  █ Net Address │ 0:0/0 (Local - Do not remove!)    L Template   │ ansimlst █
  █ Export To   │ 0 node(s)                         Real Names   │ No       █
  █ Origin      │ Mystic AlphaTest                  Autosigs     │ No       █
  █ Sponsor     │                                   Private      │ Yes      █
  █ QWK Network │ None                              Pvt Reply    │ No       █
  █ QWK Base ID │ 0                                 Allow ANSI   │ Yes      █
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These days I setup fsx about like above and then let fsxsetup.ini handle
most of the setup stuff (names and such for message areas & file areas).

To setup much of fsxnet I run fsxsetup.ini which needs
fsxnet.na & FSX_FILE.NA to do the setup from mystic root.
fsxnet.na & FSX_FILE.NA come from fsxinfo.zip (newest).

./mutil fsxsetup.ini

It looks like;
; fsxsetup.ini Setup stuff
;
;      171  2016-09-10 16:24   FSXNET.NA
;      944  2016-10-04 20:01   FSX_FILE.NA
;
[General]

        Import_FIDONET.NA  = true
        Import_FILEBONE.NA = true

        logfile=mutil.log
        loglevel=2
        maxlogfiles = 3
        maxlogsize = 1000

[Import_FIDONET.NA]

        ; filename to import

        filename = fsxnet.na

        ; convert tags to lower case for message base filename  1=yes

        lowercase_filename = 1


        netaddress     = 21:1/145
        acs_list       = s10g2
        acs_read       = s10g2
        acs_post       = s20g2
        acs_news       = s200g2
        acs_sysop      = s255g2
        header         = msghead
        read_template  = ansimrd
        index_template = ansimlst
        max_msgs       = 1000
        max_msgs_age   = 0

        ; true/false type values 0=false 1=true (newscan 2=forced)
        use_autosig    = 1
        use_realname   = 0
        kill_kludge    = 0
        private_base   = 0
        new_scan       = 1
        qwk_scan       = 1

        base_format = 0

[Import_FILEBONE.NA]

        ; filename of filebone.na

        filename = FSX_FILE.NA

        ; root directory to create file paths under.  when a new filebone echo
        ; is found, mUtil will create a file using "root_dir" + areatag.  So
        ; for example if root is "c:\mystic\filebase\" and the areatag is
        ; MYSTICBBS it will create "c:\mystic\filebase\MYSTICBBS".  This root
        ; directory MUST exist.

        root_dir = /mystic/files/

        ; convert tags to lower case for filebase base filename/dir 1=yes

        lowercase_filename = 1

        dispfile     =
        template     = ansiflst
        acs_list     = s10z2
        acs_ftp      = s20z2
        acs_download = s10z2
        acs_upload   = s255z2
        acs_hatch    = s255z2
        acs_sysop    = s255z2

        ; true/false type values 0=false 1=true (newscan 2=forced)

        free_files    = 0
        show_uploader = 1
        new_scan      = 1



Running the above fsxsetup.ini under mutil sets up all the messages and 
file areas needed for fsxnet. Other networks can be setup in a like manner.
That goes for point systems like 21:1/145.2 which is my Alpha Test BBS on
Ubuntu Linux. It gets and sends everything through the main hub of 
Mystic Pi BBS (All default addresses). Alpha Test itself runs mostly at
offset 2300, so telnet is 2323 and ssh is 2322 and so on.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
This is the old way before I had fsxsetup.ini setup.

I generally find it's best to keep the same name for Newsgroup as for
 Echo Tag and the rest. It also has a character limit and that helps to 
 keep from going over it.


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 █ Name        │ General Messages                  Quote Color  │  Sample  █
 █ Newsgroup   │ GENERAL                           Text Color   │  Sample  █
 █ QWK Name    │ GENERAL                           Tear Color   │  Sample  █
 █ Echo Tag    │ General                           Origin Color │  Sample  █
 █ File Name   │ general                           Kludge Color │  Sample  █
 █ Path        │ /mystic/msgs/                     Max Msgs     │ 500      █
 █ List ACS    │ s10g1                             Max Msg Age  │ 0        █
 █ Read ACS    │ s10g1                             New Scan     │ Yes      █
 █ Post ACS    │ s10g1                             QWK Scan     │ Yes      █
 █ Sysop ACS   │ s255g1                            Header       │ msghead  █
 █ Base Type   │ Local                             R Template   │ ansimrd  █
 █ Net Address │ 0:0/0 (Local - Do not remove!)    L Template   │ ansimlst █
 █ Export To   │ 0 node(s)                         Real Names   │ No       █
 █ Origin      │ Mystic AlphaTest                  Autosigs     │ Yes      █
 █ Sponsor     │                                   Private      │ No       █
 █ QWK Network │ None                              Pvt Reply    │ No       █
 █ QWK Base ID │ 2                                 Allow ANSI   │ Yes      █
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  █ Name        │ Test Messages                     Quote Color  │  Sample  █
  █ Newsgroup   │ TEST                              Text Color   │  Sample  █
  █ QWK Name    │ TEST                              Tear Color   │  Sample  █
  █ Echo Tag    │ TEST                              Origin Color │  Sample  █
  █ File Name   │ test                              Kludge Color │  Sample  █
  █ Path        │ /mystic/msgs/                     Max Msgs     │ 500      █
  █ List ACS    │ s10g1                             Max Msg Age  │ 0        █
  █ Read ACS    │ s10g1                             New Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Post ACS    │ s10g1                             QWK Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Sysop ACS   │ s255g1                            Header       │ msghead  █
  █ Base Type   │ Local                             R Template   │ ansimrd  █
  █ Net Address │ 0:0/0 (Local - Do not remove!)    L Template   │ ansimlst █
  █ Export To   │ 0 node(s)                         Real Names   │ No       █
  █ Origin      │ Mystic AlphaTest                  Autosigs     │ Yes      █
  █ Sponsor     │                                   Private      │ No       █
  █ QWK Network │ None                              Pvt Reply    │ No       █
  █ QWK Base ID │ 3                                 Allow ANSI   │ Yes      █
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  █ Name        │ Mystic                            Quote Color  │  Sample  █
  █ Newsgroup   │ MYSTIC                            Text Color   │  Sample  █
  █ QWK Name    │ MYSTIC                            Tear Color   │  Sample  █
  █ Echo Tag    │ mystic                            Origin Color │  Sample  █
  █ File Name   │ mystic                            Kludge Color │  Sample  █
  █ Path        │ /mystic/msgs/                     Max Msgs     │ 500      █
  █ List ACS    │ s10g1                             Max Msg Age  │ 0        █
  █ Read ACS    │ s10g1                             New Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Post ACS    │ s20g1                             QWK Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Sysop ACS   │ s255g1                            Header       │ msghead  █
  █ Base Type   │ Local                             R Template   │ ansimrd  █
  █ Net Address │ 0:0/0 (Local - Do not remove!)    L Template   │ ansimlst █
  █ Export To   │ 0 node(s)                         Real Names   │ No       █
  █ Origin      │ Mystic AlphaTest                  Autosigs     │ Yes      █
  █ Sponsor     │                                   Private      │ No       █
  █ QWK Network │ None                              Pvt Reply    │ No       █
  █ QWK Base ID │ 4                                 Allow ANSI   │ Yes      █
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  █ Name        │ General Chat                      Quote Color  │  Sample  █
  █ Newsgroup   │ FSX_GEN                           Text Color   │  Sample  █
  █ QWK Name    │ FSX_GEN                           Tear Color   │  Sample  █
  █ Echo Tag    │ FSX_GEN                           Origin Color │  Sample  █
  █ File Name   │ fsx_gen                           Kludge Color │  Sample  █
  █ Path        │ /mystic/msgs/                     Max Msgs     │ 500      █
  █ List ACS    │ s10g2                             Max Msg Age  │ 0        █
  █ Read ACS    │ s10g2                             New Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Post ACS    │ s20g2                             QWK Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Sysop ACS   │ s255g2                            Header       │ msghead  █
  █ Base Type   │ EchoMail                          R Template   │ ansimrd  █
  █ Net Address │ 21:1/145 (fsxnet)                 L Template   │ ansimlst █
  █ Export To   │ 1 node(s)                         Real Names   │ No       █
  █ Origin      │ Mystic AlphaTest                  Autosigs     │ Yes      █
  █ Sponsor     │                                   Private      │ No       █
  █ QWK Network │ None                              Pvt Reply    │ No       █
  █ QWK Base ID │ 5                                 Allow ANSI   │ Yes      █
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  █ Name        │ Netmail (fsxnet)                  Quote Color  │  Sample  █
  █ Newsgroup   │ FSX_Netmail                       Text Color   │  Sample  █
  █ QWK Name    │ FSX_Netmail                       Tear Color   │  Sample  █
  █ Echo Tag    │ FSX_Netmail                       Origin Color │  Sample  █
  █ File Name   │ netmail                           Kludge Color │  Sample  █
  █ Path        │ /mystic/msgs/                     Max Msgs     │ 500      █
  █ List ACS    │ s20g2                             Max Msg Age  │ 0        █
  █ Read ACS    │ s20g2                             New Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Post ACS    │ s20g2                             QWK Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Sysop ACS   │ s255g2                            Header       │ msghead  █
  █ Base Type   │ Netmail                           R Template   │ ansimrd  █
  █ Net Address │ 21:1/145 (fsxnet)                 L Template   │ ansimlst █
  █ Export To   │ 0 node(s)                         Real Names   │ Yes      █
  █ Origin      │ Mystic AlphaTest                  Autosigs     │ Yes      █
  █ Sponsor     │                                   Private      │ Yes      █
  █ QWK Network │ None                              Pvt Reply    │ No       █
  █ QWK Base ID │ 6                                 Allow ANSI   │ Yes      █
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  █ Name        │ Netmail (RetroNet)                Quote Color  │  Sample  █
  █ Newsgroup   │ RTN_Netmail                       Text Color   │  Sample  █
  █ QWK Name    │ RTN_Netmail                       Tear Color   │  Sample  █
  █ Echo Tag    │ RTN_Netmail                       Origin Color │  Sample  █
  █ File Name   │ RTN_Netmail                       Kludge Color │  Sample  █
  █ Path        │ /mystic/msgs/                     Max Msgs     │ 500      █
  █ List ACS    │ s20g3                             Max Msg Age  │ 0        █
  █ Read ACS    │ s20g3                             New Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Post ACS    │ s20g3                             QWK Scan     │ Yes      █
  █ Sysop ACS   │ s255g3                            Header       │ msghead  █
  █ Base Type   │ Netmail                           R Template   │ ansimrd  █
  █ Net Address │ 80:603/0 (RetroNet)               L Template   │ ansimlst █
  █ Export To   │ 0 node(s)                         Real Names   │ Yes      █
  █ Origin      │ Mystic AlphaTest                  Autosigs     │ Yes      █
  █ Sponsor     │                                   Private      │ Yes      █
  █ QWK Network │ None                              Pvt Reply    │ No       █
  █ QWK Base ID │ 7                                 Allow ANSI   │ Yes      █
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     █▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ File Group Editor ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄       
     █                                     █       
     █ ID   File Group Name                █    
     █─────────────────────────────────────█
     █ 1    Local                          █
     █ 2    FSXNet                         █
     █ 3    RetroNet                       █
     █                                     █
     █                                     █       
     █─────────────────────────────────────█  
     █       Press / for command list      █  
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█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Menu Settings (file) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄
█                                                                    █  
█  Description  │ File base menu                                     █  
█  Access       │ s10                                                █   
█  Fallback     │                                                    █ 
█  Menu Type    │ Standard                                           █   
█  Input Type   │ User Defined                                       █   
█  Input Chars  │ Uppercase                                          █  
█  Use Global   │ Yes                                                █  
█  Node Status  │                                                    █  
█  Display File │ FILE                                               █  
█  Display Cols │ 3                                                  █  
█  Menu Header  │ |DFfiles.ans                                       █  
█  Menu Prompt  │ |CRGroup   -> |FG|CRArea    -> |FB|CRCommand ->    █  
█  X            │ 0                                                  █  
█  Y            │ 0                                                  █       
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   █ ID     File Base Description                    █  
   █─────────────────────────────────────────────────█  
   █ 1      Uploads                                  █
   █                                                 █
   █                                                 █
   █─────────────────────────────────────────────────█  
   █             Press / for command list            █  
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data
data/badip.txt
data/bbslist.bbi
data/nodelist.bbi
data/goodip.txt
data/history.dat
data/newletter.txt
data/sysletter.txt
data/trashcan.dat
data/users.dat

files
files/ansi
files/badfile
files/badfile_fsx
files/badfile_rtn
files/fsx_art
files/fsx_bbs
files/fsx_door
files/fsx_info
files/fsx_mutl
files/fsx_myst
files/fsx_node
files/fsx_utls
files/rtn_info
files/rtn_nodelist

scripts
scripts/doubleup.mps
scripts/fslc.mps
scripts/gfiles.mps
scripts/gy-blam1.ini
scripts/gy-blam.ini
scripts/gy-blam.ini.sample1
scripts/gy-blam.ini.sample2
scripts/gy-blam.mps
scripts/gy-greed.mps
scripts/leech110.mps
scripts/node2bbi.mps
scripts/tbg.ini
scripts/tdih.mps
scripts/textview.mps
scripts/wbay.mps
scripts/wbty.mps
scripts/wdty.mps
scripts/wety.mps
scripts/whey.mps
scripts/whty.mps

/mystic
mailin.ini
mailout.ini
maint.ini
mutil.ini
omutil.ini
rtnfbone.na
rtnmbone.na
setuprtn.ini
FSX_FILE.NA   
FSXNET.NA
fsxsetup.ini




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█                                                                    █    
█  Description  │ Extra Docs                                         █    
█  Access       │                                                    █    
█  Fallback     │                                                    █  
█  Menu Type    │ Standard                                           █    
█  Input Type   │ User Defined                                       █    
█  Input Chars  │ Uppercase                                          █    
█  Use Global   │ No                                                 █    
█  Node Status  │                                                    █    
█  Display File │                                                    █    
█  Display Cols │ 3                                                  █    
█  Menu Header  │ |CL|14Extra Docs|CR                                █    
█  Menu Prompt  │ |CRSelection:                                      █    
█  X            │ 0                                                  █    
█  Y            │ 0                                                  █        
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█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Command #11 (extra) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄
█ Display Text  │ (A) Alternate Docs Menu                                     █
█ LightBar Low  │ Alternate Docs Menu                                         █
█ LightBar High │ Alternate Docs Menu                                         █
█ Hot Key       │ A                                                           █
█ Access        │                                    Up    │ 0   Escape │ 0   █
█ Display Type  │ Access                             Down  │ 0   Tab    │ 0   █
█ X Y           │ 0  0                               Left  │ 0   PageUp │ 0   █
█ Timer         │ 0                                  Right │ 0   PageDn │ 0   █
█ Timer Type    │ Interval      Redraw │ Yes         Home  │ 0   End    │ 0   █
█ Command ────────────────── Access ───── Data ─────────────────────────────  █
█ (GX) Execute MPL program                gfiles /mystic/docs G-Files_View_of_docs
█                                                                             █
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█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Command #2 (extra) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄
█ Display Text  │ (D) display_codes.txt                                       █
█ LightBar Low  │ display_codes.txt                                           █
█ LightBar High │ display_codes.txt                                           █
█ Hot Key       │ D                                                           █
█ Access        │                                    Up    │ 0   Escape │ 0   █
█ Display Type  │ Access                             Down  │ 0   Tab    │ 0   █
█ X Y           │ 0  0                               Left  │ 0   PageUp │ 0   █
█ Timer         │ 0                                  Right │ 0   PageDn │ 0   █
█ Timer Type    │ Interval      Redraw │ Yes         Home  │ 0   End    │ 0   █
█ Command ────────────────── Access ───── Data ─────────────────────────────  █
█ (GV) ANSI File viewer                   ansiviewer;ansiviewh;0;/mystic/docs/display_codes.txt
█                                                                             █
█                                                                             █
███████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████

█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Command #10 (extra) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄
█ Display Text  │ (V) upgrade.txt                                             █
█ LightBar Low  │ upgrade.txt                                                 █
█ LightBar High │ upgrade.txt                                                 █
█ Hot Key       │ V                                                           █
█ Access        │                                    Up    │ 0   Escape │ 0   █
█ Display Type  │ Access                             Down  │ 0   Tab    │ 0   █
█ X Y           │ 0  0                               Left  │ 0   PageUp │ 0   █
█ Timer         │ 0                                  Right │ 0   PageDn │ 0   █
█ Timer Type    │ Interval      Redraw │ Yes         Home  │ 0   End    │ 0   █
█ Command ────────────────── Access ───── Data ─────────────────────────────  █
█ (GD) Display a file                     /mystic/docs/upgrade.txt            █  
█                                                                             █
███████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████████


Gryphon's gy-blam21 is setup to use multiple .ini files to have as many
lists as you want so it's easiest to setup two .ini in the scripts 
directory with the MPL program: The default gy-blam.ini and gy-blam1.ini.
gy-blam1.ini defers from gy-blam.ini in the line:
; The BBS file to use.  The .BBI file should exist in the data dir
BBIFILE=nodelist

So it reads nodelist and the other reads bbslist. You also need node2bbi 
MPL in your scripts directory, so it's easiest to unzip this archive in 
your scripts directory (it has the two .ini in it) with:
cd /mystic/scripts #or where ever you scripts is
unzip -e Path/to/node2bbi.zip 
#for Windows: /mystic/unzip -e Path/to/node2bbi.zip
#Compile them with
./mplc node2bbi #for Windows it's just 'mplc node2bbi'
./mplc gy-blam  #for Windows 'mplc gy-blam'

That gets you everything you need in scripts, so your ready to start mystic 
used the SysOp Menu /* then # for Menu Editor edit (type sysop password)
hit Enter on default, go down to bbslist and hit Enter, then delete /d 
A, V, E, D, Q and make 4 new entries with /i edit the top one to:

Display Text  | 09(B) BBS List 
LightBar Low  | 07BBS List
LightBar High | 15BBS List
Hot Key       | B       
Access        |                                    Up    | 0   Escape | 0
Display Type  | Access                             Down  | 0   Tab    | 0
X Y           | 0  0                               Left  | 0   PageUp | 0
Timer         | 0                                  Right | 0   PageDn | 0
Timer Type    | Interval      Redraw | Yes         Home  | 0   End    | 0
Command ----------------- Access ----- Data -----------------------------
 (GX) Execute MPL program                gy-blam scripts/gy-blam.ini

ESC, The next to:

Display Text  | 09(N) Node List  
LightBar Low  | 07Node List    
LightBar High | 15Node List     
Hot Key       | N          
Access        |                                    Up    | 0   Escape | 0
Display Type  | Access                             Down  | 0   Tab    | 0
X Y           | 0  0                               Left  | 0   PageUp | 0
Timer         | 0                                  Right | 0   PageDn | 0
Timer Type    | Interval      Redraw | Yes         Home  | 0   End    | 0
Command ------------------ Access ----- Data ----------------------------
(GX) Execute MPL program                gy-blam scripts/gy-blam1.ini

ESC, The next to:

Display Text  | 09(U) Update nodelist 
LightBar Low  | 07Update nodelist 
LightBar High | 15Update nodelist 
Hot Key       | U               
Access        |                                    Up    | 0   Escape | 0
Display Type  | Access                             Down  | 0   Tab    | 0
X Y           | 0  0                               Left  | 0   PageUp | 0
Timer         | 0                                  Right | 0   PageDn | 0
Timer Type    | Interval      Redraw | Yes         Home  | 0   End    | 0
Command ------------------ Access ----- Data ----------------------------
(GX) Execute MPL program                node2bbi 

ESC, Leave the last one as the default (Q) Quit to Main Menu.
ESC, Save changes to bbslist? YES
Go down to main and hit Enter
Down to (B) BBS Listing hit Enter and change to: 

Display Text  | 09(B) BBS List & Telnet
LightBar Low  | 07BBS List & Telnet
LightBar High | 15BBS List & Telnet
Hot Key       | B
Access        |                                    Up    | 0   Escape | 0
Display Type  | Access                             Down  | 0   Tab    | 0
X Y           | 0  0                               Left  | 0   PageUp | 0
Timer         | 0                                  Right | 0   PageDn | 0
Timer Type    | Interval      Redraw | Yes         Home  | 0   End    | 0
Command ------------------ Access ----- Data ----------------------------
(GO) Go to new menu                     bbslist

ESC, ESC, Save changes, ESC back to SysOp menu, Q and you should see the 
new entries and be all setup to use them, so hit B, then U to update the
nodelist (will show the list above) then N and you can see your new setup 
for telneting out via the nodelist.

nbbslist

█▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Menu Settings (nbbslist) ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄  
█                                                       █  
█  Description  │ BBSList & Telnet                      █  
█  Access       │                                       █   
█  Fallback     │                                       █ 
█  Menu Type    │ Standard                              █   
█  Input Type   │ User Defined                          █   
█  Input Chars  │ Uppercase                             █  
█  Use Global   │ No                                    █  
█  Node Status  │                                       █  
█  Display File │                                       █  
█  Display Cols │ 3                                     █  
█  Menu Header  │ |CRBBSList & Telnet|CR                █  
█  Menu Prompt  │ |CRSelection:                         █  
█  X            │ 0                                     █  
█  Y            │ 0                                     █     
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|DFBBSList.asc

|14BBSList & Telnet

|07Most BBS are ANSI and won't work with Ascii character set. 
Telnet to them doesn't change your current setup or adapt.
You are setup for |TE (Doesn't say CP437 or UTF-8)

Anyway the BBS is now totally setup, but to open it you need to setup your 
router/modem/firewall. The quick and easy way is what I used, I setup the 
main BBS as the 'dmz'. The modem was setup as .1 on the network and the name 
and password were the defaults (admin/password) that only works from inside 
via HTTP. By inside I mean on the network inside your router/modem/firewall 
which will use a local address like 10.0.0.1 or 192.168.0.1 (two most used).
The 'dmz' is a system that is basically in parrallel with the 
router/modem/firewall right on the internet (outside all firewalls). Mystic 
is made to handle this, other parts of the system might need to be locked 
down more, but Raspbian by default would have no other openings, nor would 
most other Linux versions.

- bcw142 telnet://bcw142.zapto.org Mystic Pi BBS FSXNET 21:1/145
  Comments/problem/etc to bcw142 on FSX_GEN

Mystic Setup Experimental Page to continue Blog

Hacking Yourself

Yes, you should try to hack yourself to look for issues in your setup. The rest of the world is likely trying to hack you, so it's best to see what's up. The main tool I use is nmap. Install with:
sudo apt-get install nmap
Once installed the first thing to do it look at yourself from 'outside' using a VPN. I use a zapto.org address so I do:
sudo nmap -O bcw142.zapto.org
That is the letter O as in open. That will take a little while to run, but will show you most ports and give you a clue what is open. Mystic will generally run ports from 21 to 513 using default ports on a dmz, then 6000-6004 for FTP data ports. This may just connect you to your modem, it does to me. You can use a VPN to get out and try it and that should work, but if your looking at a system setup on your modem as dmz then the internal IP will act the same.
To look at my local network for what's on I do:
sudo nmap -sP 10.0.0.* | grep scan
That will show everything on 10.0.0.*, if your on 192.168.0.* use that. I generally create a bash script:
#!/bin/bash
# online - what hosts are online now
sudo nmap -sP 10.0.0.* | grep scan
and put it in /usr/local/bin (as root as in using sudo) with permissions
chmod 775 /usr/local/bin/online
Then typing 'online' shows your internal network.

Scrot

Notice above the commnd line 'scrot' took the screen capture as .png, then it was converted to .jpg and moved to my web directory for display. The screen captured was on another system that was showing two command line windows via ssh but saved to the original system (due to ssh forwarding). That's the way scrot works which is generally pretty handy. I installed it with:
sudo apt-get install scrot
I moved it and changed it's format with pcmanfm & whatever screen handler came up using pcmanfm (again using ssh forwarding). I guess I should explain that, ssh is Secure Shell which grew out of telnet. It encrypts all traffic and with '-X' (ssh dmz -X) forwards screens and such. It was designed for the internet (hense encryption) and easy of use (hense forwarding). It uses port 22 instead of telnet's port 23. My example (ssh dmz -X) also uses 'dmz' which is a name I've given to to my 'dmz' (De-Militarized Zone) Pi BBS system using /etc/hosts. Most routers/modems have a possible 'dmz' system in settings, it's the name given to a system outside the router/modem firewall (directly on the internet). It's the easiest setup for running a BBS/Webhost or other internet server (as long as it's setup for attacks which will happen fast and often, mystic bbs does this just fine).

Dream Master's MPS Master Mind 2.0 Bug

I have noticed a bug in Dream Master's MPS Master Mind 2.0 The game has a bug in the variable that stores high scores so it can only reach 255. Just change byte in that position to word and compile it and it will work fine beyond 9999. Code: var topwins: array[1..100] of word; // Fix for rollover at 255 (byte) Change that line and recomplie (C:\mystic\mplc DM-MM.mps) or /mystic/mplc DM-MM.mps (Linux)

nweb

Due to A46 upgrade to Mystic, now using it's webserver instead of nweb which I used before! Using 100% Mystic now.

This shows you how to modify nweb to handle some other formats. The version of nweb is
nweb.zip with favicon.ico You likely need to do 'Save Target As' on favicon.ico or it will just show it in the browser. You can modifiy favicon.ico, to any 16x16 by 256 color icon you want (really .BMP renamed to .ICO). After looking it's in the zip file as well (as are compiled versions for other systems).
Modified the one here to add rar and caps for RAR & ZIP so they will work:
        {"rar", "image/rar" },
        {"RAR", "image/RAR" },
        {"zip", "image/zip" },
        {"ZIP", "image/ZIP" },
Add to the struct{} below to make them work.

Found nweb to be case sensitive (at least on Pi) the blog.jpg at the top of the page was called blog.JPG and it didn't work, had to mv blog.JPG blog.jpg even though the quoted name was SRC="blog.JPG" originally and change SRC="blog.jpg" - it just wouldn't show with mixed case (broken link). According to nweb website text .ico files shouldn't work but the above link does! Likely a revision difference. Sure enough:

struct {
        char *ext;
        char *filetype;
} extensions [] = {
        {"gif", "image/gif" },
        {"jpg", "image/jpg" },
        {"jpeg","image/jpeg"},
        {"png", "image/png" },
        {"ico", "image/ico" },
        {"zip", "image/zip" },
        {"gz",  "image/gz"  },
        {"tar", "image/tar" },
        {"htm", "text/html" },
        {"html","text/html" },
        {0,0} };
Right from the source code of nweb23.c in the zip. So that's what it will take and where you need to add others like .txt {"txt","text/text"} if you want them. Right now you have to put text in an html wrapper to make it work.
I noticed some interesting hack attempts on nweb just now in the log. Here's one:
INFO: request:GET http://testp5.mielno.lubin.pl/testproxy.php 
HTTP/1.1**Host: testp5.mielno.lubin.pl**Proxy-Connection: 
Keep-Alive**User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:32.0) 
Gecko/20100101 Firefox/31.0**Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,
application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8**Accept-Language: pl,en-US;q=0.7,en;
q=0.3**Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate****:7
FORBIDDEN: file extension type not supported:
GET http://testp5.mielno.lubin.pl/t
estproxy.php



This is using Nigel Griffiths nweb on a raspberry pi b+.

Feedback is welcome to Nigel Griffiths nag@uk.ibm.com (about nweb server).

Now on GitHub https://github.com/ankushagarwal/nweb


BBSRoot

BBSRoot at github


Partly because of the above project I opened

https://github.com/bcw142/21st-Century-BBSing


Using Bulletin Board Systems in the 21 century. Created this repository to explorer BBS use in the 21 century. They first existed in the 1980's and have continued to today, most now via telnet (telnet to bcw142.zapto.org URL telnet://bcw142.zapto.org to see my Mystic Pi BBS). They were a pre-web way of socializing. Mine also has a simple static web setup at the this address (http://bcw142.zapto.org). My BBS is part of FSXNet and RetroNet at the moment. They are EchoMail/File networks of BBS (Bulletin Board Systems).
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