bbs100 is a BBS in the style of DOC and/or YAWC. DOC is a style that remotely resembles Citadel. bbs100 features over 1000 simultaneous users, automatic name extension, and customizable login/logout notification messages.
CrashMail II is a Fidonet tosser that can handle JAM and *.msg, and has a built-in AreaFix.
Daydream is an X-style bulletin board system (BBS) software for Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD.
DBOX is a free BBS package available since 1996. It supports a large number of message formats such as RFC/UUCP, ZConnect, Janus/Janus2, Alphabox, and GSbox. It is designed for large installations and includes a WWW-package with Email/HTML Gateway, HTML online shop, supports POP3/IMAP4 and personal homepages with HTTP/FTP upload.
Falken is a multi-user BBS system. It has the capabilities found in traditional DOS BBS packages.
falmsg is a small utility that was designed for other sysops that are running the Falken BBS for Linux.
FEddy is a fidonet tosser, reader and mail-editor which is based on ncurses.
FIDOGATE is a Fido-Internet gateway and a Fido tosser. The gateway converts between the worlds of Fido NetMail/EchoMail (or FTNs, Fido Technology Networks in general) and the UNIX mail/news system.
flooBB is an easy-to-use bulletin board system that does not rely on an external database. It simply uses text files to store the data and is optimized for speed.
gtermix is a gtk+ telnet client intended for calling BBSes. It utilizes a custom VGA textmode emulating terminal widget that allows it to accurately render bulletin board systems as they were in DOS terminal programs.
Ifmail is a set of FidoNet compatible transport and gateway programs, running on multiple U*IX platforms (Linux, FreeBSD, SCO, SVR4, SunOS and others). In cooperation with typical U*IX e-mail and netnews packages, it allows to make a FidoNet node (or point) on a machine running U*IX.
LXPoint is a package which contains the FEddy and the ifcico binaries, including a setup script, which allows a Linux beginner to set up FEddy.
MBSE Bulletin Board System (BBS)
MBSE BBS is a full Fidonet-capable ANSI BBS package including a mailer (ifcico clone), tosser, ticfile processor, filefind, and other utilities. It supports fully configurable ANSI menus, multiple languages, IEMSI, standard file transfer protocols, and native Linux doors. The mailer supports the FTS-0001, YooHoo/2U2, EMSI protocols over modem, and the TCP/IP Binkp and IFC protocols, Zedzap, Zmodem, Telink, and Hydra file transfer protocols. Full FTN mail support, including automatic routing for hub and host systems, is included. A Fidonet/Internet gateway is also built-in. The internal mail format is JAM (c) messagebase, and there is full tic file support, including extended tic files.
mconv is a fully functional BBS working as an overlay on top of the UNIX file system. Includes several utilities for the conversion of Monochrome BBS attributes to plain text, ANSI colour text and HTML.
Phmap is a "war dialer" used for detecting which phone numbers in a list have an active carrier signal. An example use of this program is detecting which local BBS servers still exist.
QFE is Full Featured FTN Message Editor with graphical interface written on C++/Qt. All operations with FIDO message base uses fidoconfig and smapi packages from husky project.
Quickie Teleconference is a Falken BBS module with all the common features found in a regular teleconference.
retroBBS is a small but functional Perl script that provides a simple, MySQL based, console-based message board. The idea behind this program was to provide console users some kind of BBS without the need for a Web server and a console browser like lynx. It currently offers only basic functionality.
RNtrack is a mail tracker/router for FidoNet-like networks. It has support for a popular message bases: MSG, PKT, Squish and JAM. Perl-scripting support makes it very flexible.
Sjinn is an RS-232 data acquisition & control. Intuitive cmd-line Linux serial communications designed for RS232 devices & modules: Temperature, humidity, A/D, D/A, digital indicators, multimeters, scales, etc. Suitable for use in scripts, R.A.D., or cmdln diags.
Sukiyaki visually organizes replies in threads so that it is clear who the reply is sent to.
Termix is a Linux telnet client designed for calling telnet BBSes. It is aims to behave as DOS terminals did; with proper ANSI parsing, scrolling, and character sets -- all in a DOS terminal-like application.
Turquoise SuperStat reads the contents of a Fidonet message area in one of its supported formats or Usenet news groups and creates toplists over massive quoters, senders, original content per message, Fidonet nets (Fidonet only), Internet topdomains, receivers (Fidonet only), subjects, and used software, as well as graphs over posting by weekday and time of day. It supports Squish, *.MSG, FDAPX/w, JAM, MyPoint, and tanstaafl's message area base format, as well as Usenet news groups over NNTP or in news spools. Command line and GUI versions are included.
VMatik is a free BBS software for Linux. It's available as a source distribution, under GNU Public License.
Welcome2L ( Welcome to Linux ) is a little program that may run at login time to produce a BBS like ANSI login logo. It's very similar to Linux-Logo. But where Linux_Logo intends to be portable, Welcome2L intends to produce the best looking ANSI screens by making full usage of PC graphic characters.