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  • Ich suche dieses Tool hier FUTIL.

    Dankesehr für eure hilfe

    This utility will be of particular interest to those wanting to
    test their systems locally, simulating a full connect, logon and
    logoff using no or a direct wire external connection. It will
    also assist (a little) those wanting to delve further into the
    workings of FOSSIL.

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    FUTIL FOSSIL Companion
    Version 1.10


    FUTIL has only two possible command line parameters.

    FUTIL [/Pn] [/U]

    /Pn Install for port 'n' (0-16), default is port 0 (COM1)
    /U Uninstall from memory, if already resident

    FUTIL - What is it?

    FUTIL is a small TSR (terminate and stay resident) utility which
    acts as a wedge between FOSSIL and a FOSSIL aware application
    (such as a mailer or BBS). Using keyboard commands, you can
    simulate modem return codes and FOSSIL status information to
    'fool' the application into thinking that it has connected,
    received carrier and has a remote user logged on. This is very
    useful while setting up a new BBS, or to simulate a modem to
    modem connection with two locally hard-wire connected machines.

    FUTIL fools the application by providing the means of intercepting
    FOSSIL calls, optionally 'eating' transmitted characters,
    returning modem result and connect codes and manipulating various
    modem status information returned by a FOSSIL. All result codes
    and status changes can be entered and manipulated from the

    FUTIL is known to work with BNU and Opus!Com. It will normally
    work with X00, excepting where an application uses the "x00" high
    level language interface to bypass INT 14H and call the driver
    directly. Therefore use with X00 is not recommended (but will
    usually work).

    In thory, FUTIL should work with just about any other FOSSIL in a
    100% PC, PC/AT or PS/2 compatible under MS-DOS.
    Sonntag, 3. Januar 2010 21:26

Alle Antworten

  • Falsches Forum...

    Wenn Du Probleme mit C/C++ / C++/CLI Programmierung hast, bist Du hier richtig, sonst falsch.

    Und DOS Programme machen unter Windows eigentlich kaum mehr Sinn; es sei denn Dein anderes Programm ist auch DOS basierend...
    Jochen Kalmbach (MVP VC++)
    Montag, 4. Januar 2010 07:20