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 Shells included with Synchronet: Shells included with Synchronet:
-  * Synchronet (Classic) (default.bin) +  * Synchronet (Classic) (''default.bin''
-  * Synchronet (Novice) (simple.bin) +  * Synchronet (Novice) (''simple.bin''
-  * WWIV Clone (wwiv.bin) +  * WWIV Clone (''wwiv.bin''
-  * PCBoard Clone (pcboard.bin) +  * PCBoard Clone (''pcboard.bin''
-  * Wildcat Clone (wildcat.bin) +  * Wildcat Clone (''wildcat.bin''
-  * MajorBBS Clone (major.bin) +  * MajorBBS Clone (''major.bin''
-  * Renegade Clone (renegade.bin) +  * Renegade Clone (''renegade.bin''
-  * Deuce's Lightbar Shell (lbshell.bin/lbshell.js) +  * Deuce's Lightbar Shell (''lbshell.bin''/''lbshell.js''
-  * SDos (sdos.bin)+  * SDos (''sdos.bin'')
  
 Installing 3rd party command shells, modifying existing/stock command shells, or creating your own command shells from scratch are all options available to Synchronet sysops. These options provide the capability for a sysop to create a highly customized interface and experience for their BBS users. Installing 3rd party command shells, modifying existing/stock command shells, or creating your own command shells from scratch are all options available to Synchronet sysops. These options provide the capability for a sysop to create a highly customized interface and experience for their BBS users.
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