C64.rulez.org is back

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on September 18, 2009 09:04:40 PM +00:00(3195 Reads)

The very old web and FTP server of C64 maniacs is back online.

The server was originally started by me and some friends in 1996 on a 386 PC. Hosted at Technical University of Budapest. A long time has passed since, hosting locations changed, servers changed, team changed several times.

Most important feature of the server is the C64 FTP archive, which was one of the two "authorized" servers for new releases when C64 groups started to switch from BSSes to the Internet in the late 90's.

The demos and magazines for Jean's (Chromance) famous "Hall of Fame" archive is also hosted on our server since its first appearance.

A very old backup of the Chromance website has been restored and available with old news and photos.

Thanks to all participans, especially Füvesi (organizer) and Soci (sysadmin). (Members of Singular crew.)

See c64.rulez.org for list of our C64 related sites and FTPs. Join us.

 

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