Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : RBTCH220.ZIP

Output of file : INVNTORY.LST contained in archive : RBTCH220.ZIP

A short explaination of what each file is in RBTCH220.ZIP

--==[General Files]==-- [RBTCH220.ZIP]

UPDATE.TXT - How to update from previous versions of RBatch to
version 2.20
README!!.1ST - How to proceed with version 2.20, new items, etc.
RBATCH.EXE - The RBatch Program.
MSGFILE.00 - File that contains all of RBatch's output messages
These messages can be modified by yourself either to
******* change what is said or converted into another language.
NEW This file MUST reside in the same directory as the
******* configuration file for RBatch. See instructions at
the top of the file (MSGFILE.00).
FILE_ID.DIZ - Description of RBTCH220.ZIP
DESC.SDI - Description of RBTCH220.ZIP
INVNTORY.LST - What you are currently reading.
WHATSNEW - Whatsnew file lists fixes, & enhancements

--==[Example of setups used with RBatch]==-- [EXAMPLE.ZIP]

SAMPLE.CFG - A sample configuration file of RBatch with the latest
parameters added since version 2.00 - The configuration
file format can now accept comments - Review this file
to see how to comment you configuration file.
BATCH.ZIP - Batch files used with the included sample Proto.Def
BIMODEM.ZIP - Setting up BiModem on your BBS very quickly. Batch
files for proto.def & BiModem configuration files.
EXAMPLES.ZIP - Phase?.Bat file examples (Upload file checking).
HSLNKBAT.ZIP - Batch files used in Proto.def for setting up HS/Link
on your BBS.
NEW-PHZ.ARJ - A Phase1.Bat file written by Fred "Buz" Busteed for
use with RBatch - This is quite an amazing batch file
for checking uploaded files.
PROTO.DEF - An example of a Proto.Def to use with RBatch. This
Proto.Def has DSZ, HS/Link and BiModem as examples.
MRG1230.ZIP - Merges that you can use with RBBS, but NOT NECESSARY
to be able to run RBatch on your BBS. THIS IS AN
THE 2.00 RELEASE (ooopppsss...)
USEPCZ.ZIP - How to setup and use PCZ Protocol with RBatch.
Includeds Proto.Def and Batch files.
USEZSX.ZIP - How to setup and use ZSX Protocol with RBatch.
Included Proto.Def and Batch files.

--==[Documentation for RBatch usage]==-- [DOCS.ZIP]

RBATCH.DOC - This is the MAIN DOCUMENTATION file for RBatch. This
file covers the complete setup and use of RBatch with
your BBS.
WHATISA.DOZ - Explains what a .DOZ file is and how to use one. This
new file description format, designed by myself, makes
posting of files locally on your BBS VERY easy.
LOCALPST.DOC - This documenation explains how to use FAKEXFER, CAP2DOZ
and RBatch to post files on your BBS locally.
PROBLEMS.DOC - Some of the most common problems setting up RBatch.
ADDIN.DOC - A "hidden" feature of RBatch that enables your to add
a file to uploads.
REGFORM.DOC - The form to send in with your registration.
USERUP.DOC - A file that you should make available to users that will
explain how to batch upload to a RBBS-PC system that uses
RBatch. It also explains the format of the .DOZ file.

--==[Extra Programs included with RBatch]==-- [EXTRA.ZIP]

DVRBBS3.ZIP - A file written by Tom Hansen on running RBBS under
DesqView for Multi-Node usage. This file is the
best I have seen in help with setting up DV and RBBS.
Many, many thanks to Tom Hansen for this file.
TESTFIL3.ZIP - Program to test the dates of uploaded files.
FAKEXFER.ZIP - Program to generate a XFER-?.DEF file for posting files
locally to your BBS with RBatch.
CAP2DOZ.ZIP - Program that reads captured file listings of BBS's
where you just downloaded files from and will also
read a XFER-?.DEF generated by FAKEXFER to be able
to make .DOZ files for posting of files on your BBS
without ever having to type in file descriptions ever
FIDXCONV.ZIP - Program that reads your FIDX file and converts it for
use by HS/Link to check for duplicate files on the fly.

  3 Responses to “Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : RBTCH220.ZIP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: