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faq:win [2018/03/01 12:10]
digital man Links to util:binkit changed to module:binkit
faq:win [2019/01/25 19:40] (current)
digital man [IPv6] Fix spotted typo
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 {{:​faq:​term_server_cfg.png|New option to disable DOS Program Support in the Terminal Server Configuration dialog of the Synchronet Control Panel}} ​ {{:​faq:​term_server_cfg.png|New option to disable DOS Program Support in the Terminal Server Configuration dialog of the Synchronet Control Panel}} ​
  
-**Note**: The Synchronet [[server:​Terminal]] Server assumes external programs are 16-bit DOS programs by default. In order to indicate that a program is a native (e.g. 32-bit) program, you must either set the corresponding [[module:binkit]] ''​Native Executable''​ option to ''​Yes''​ (for each instance the program is used in a command-line in [[module:binkit]]) or add the program name (as used in the command-line) to the [[module:binkit]]->​External Programs->​Native Program List:+**Note**: The Synchronet [[server:​Terminal]] Server assumes external programs are 16-bit DOS programs by default. In order to indicate that a program is a native (e.g. 32-bit) program, you must either set the corresponding [[util:SCFG]] ''​Native Executable''​ option to ''​Yes''​ (for each instance the program is used in a command-line in [[util:SCFG]]) or add the program name (as used in the command-line) to the [[util:SCFG]]->​External Programs->​Native Program List:
  
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 ===== Socket I/O ===== ===== Socket I/O =====
 :?: **Question:​**\\ :?: **Question:​**\\
-Why do external programs that use socket I/O (e.g. Synchronet Blackjack, Synchronet BBS List, DoorMUD, [[module:binkit]]) not work on my BBS? +Why do external programs that use socket I/O (e.g. Synchronet Blackjack, Synchronet BBS List, DoorMUD, [[util:SEXYZ]]) not work on my BBS? 
  
 :!: **Answer:​**\\ :!: **Answer:​**\\
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 :!: **Answer:​**\\ :!: **Answer:​**\\
-Use the [[module:binkit]] utility in combination with Synchronet for Windows.+Use the [[util:SEXPOTS]] utility in combination with Synchronet for Windows.
  
 ===== ANSI.SYS ===== ===== ANSI.SYS =====
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 :!: ** Answer:**\\ :!: ** Answer:**\\
-Synchronet v3.17 defaults to assuming that your operating system supports IPv6. Windows XP does not support IPv6 by default (only IPv4). You can either install IPv6 services on Windows XP (e.g. using the command-line:​ ''​[[https://​support.microsoft.com/​en-us/​kb/​2478747|netsh int ipv6 install]]''​) or set the ''​Interface''​ key values in your ''​[[config:​sbbs.ini]]''​ file to exclude the IPv6 //all-intefaces// address: ''::''​.+Synchronet v3.17 defaults to assuming that your operating system supports IPv6. Windows XP does not support IPv6 by default (only IPv4). You can either install IPv6 services on Windows XP (e.g. using the command-line:​ ''​[[https://​support.microsoft.com/​en-us/​kb/​2478747|netsh int ipv6 install]]''​) or set the ''​Interface''​ key values in your ''​[[config:​sbbs.ini]]''​ file to exclude the IPv6 //all-interfaces// address: ''::''​.
  
 ===== See Also ===== ===== See Also =====
   * [[:faq:|FAQ Index]]   * [[:faq:|FAQ Index]]
  

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