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1time 09 February 2018 22:08

Gurus Dream - Uploaded a old Swedish BBS backup
 
Hi,

I have uploaded a old BBS backup.

This is from a Swedish BBS located in Stockholm.

Im not 100% sure but this could be the backup from a big BBS called Gurus Dream (6 - 8 nodes). The sysop was named Snuskbuske and was kinda famous on the Swedish scene.

Have fun.

DamienD 09 February 2018 22:12

Good work 1time, thanks :great

Have a look on the FTP and let me know where's best to move this so it's easy to find ;)

1time 09 February 2018 22:13

In Collection/BBS i guess?

;)

DamienD 09 February 2018 22:26

Perfect; and that was definitely the place for it but wanted you as the kind uploader to tell me where you want it ;)

So; now you will find all this on the EAB File Server under: /Commodore_Amiga/Collection/BBS/Gurus Dream

1time 09 February 2018 22:27

Im not 100% sure it is Gurus Dream. So i dont know if we should call the DIR that?

DamienD 09 February 2018 22:28

Well, you know more than anyone else here regarding this. Think about it etc. and let me know what you want it changed ;)

1time 09 February 2018 22:31

I did get this backup from a friend who was a member in the same demo group and he tells me this is Gurus Dream, but i cant verify it.

So let it say Gurus Dream until someone maybe finds out.

ascp 09 February 2018 22:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1time (Post 1218484)
Hi,

I have uploaded a old BBS backup.

This is from a Swedish BBS located in Stockholm.

Im not 100% sure but this could be the backup from a big BBS called Gurus Dream (6 - 8 nodes). The sysop was named Snuskbuske and was kinda famous on the Swedish scene.

Have fun.

Wow, guld! Tack!

Amazing, thanks!

demoniac 09 February 2018 23:01

Nice. How far do the files go back to?

1time 09 February 2018 23:14

1990 i think

demoniac 10 February 2018 00:35

Thanks for the info.

Been looking for TURKMGTR.WRP as I have a floppy version of this trainer that is broken. I'm seeing if I can fix it, but I haven't found a backup of this file yet as most BBSes are either newer than 1990 or that file is missing. It's surprising as the file was spread all over, but no one has a transfer of the game with it.

I'll have to see if that file is on this set.

emufan 10 February 2018 00:47

just another BBS release, crazy. thanks for sharing. :cool
are those txt files the full index of the archive?

@demoniac: I only can find that file once, listed in BoilerRoom archive,
but the tape with that file, is missing. IIRC it was broken.

TURKMGTR.WRP P 27170 09-29-90 spy who loved me giga trainer

1time 10 February 2018 07:37

I have not touched this backup or index files. This is straight from a DVD backup.

happymondays 10 February 2018 14:24

Brilliant, thanks for the upload.

Turran 10 February 2018 16:45

Snuskis! Nice =)

I used to run, I think it was called, "Second Front" near the same time period. That was until I had to do my army service so I turned it over to a friend. When I came back, he had made it rather big so I opened a new one called "Shareware heaven" instead which just had shareware =)

But I remember calling Gurus Dream quite alot.

1time 10 February 2018 17:15

Nice to hear about old BBS stories. I had a BBS called Crystal Of Darkness for a couple of years. So much fun :)

emufan 10 February 2018 18:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1time (Post 1218551)
I have not touched this backup or index files. This is straight from a DVD backup.

ah, ok. can you, or anyone else, list the content of the rar archive?
incase of single files and folders, you should add the list to the archive folder.

1time 11 February 2018 09:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by emufan (Post 1218640)
ah, ok. can you, or anyone else, list the content of the rar archive?
incase of single files and folders, you should add the list to the archive folder.

The .txt files represents each directory in the .rar file including all files.

Is that enough or do i miss a point here?

emufan 11 February 2018 14:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1time (Post 1218796)
The .txt files represents each directory in the .rar file including all files

ah, ok. thats's what I was asking for. thanks :)

idrougge 11 February 2018 16:48

Does anyone feel like unpacking the archive on the server? Downloading tens or hundreds of gigabytes to the Amiga in order to access a specific file takes some time and effort.


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