Fujinet Server Status

Atari8bit.net has a TNFS server running which you can access by adding FujiNet.Atari8bit.net to your FujiNet host list. Below I’ve printed some info about the server, the info updates daily, the files list updates hourly. I’ve also included a list of known Fujinet servers, if you have a server you would like added to the list please let me know on Twitter or AtariAge.

Server Stats.

Server name: Fujinet.Atari8bit.net
Server uptime: 16 hours, 18 minutes
Fujinet Storage: 4368 Files in 680 Directories, 2.2G Total
Unique Visitors: 26 Total Mounts: 306

πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ British Columbia (1), Quebec (1)
πŸ‡¨πŸ‡± Santiago Metropolitan (2)
πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ North Rhine-Westphalia (2)
πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ England (6)
πŸ‡΅πŸ‡± Lower Silesia (1), Mazovia (8)
πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Arkansas (90), California (60), Iowa (9), Maryland (4), Massachusetts (11), Missouri (3), New York (15), Oklahoma (26), Pennsylvania (29), Rhode Island (26), Texas (12)

Fujinet Servers

πŸ†™ alcatrazbbs.ddns.net
πŸ†™ atari-apps.irata.online
⚠️ atari8.us
πŸ†™ fujinet.atari8bit.net
πŸ†™ fujinet.online
⚠️ fujinet.pl
πŸ†™ langesite.com
⚠️ tnfs.fujinet.systems
⚠️ vintagecomputing.com
πŸ†™ vintageisthenewold.com

Latest Updates

/tnfs/Community/New Years DIsc/
/tnfs/Community/Flop Magazine/
/tnfs/Community/Atari Homebrew Awards/
/tnfs/Community/Abbuc Software Competition/
/tnfs/Community/BASIC 10 Liners/

10 Most Mounted Files

46PLATOTerm v1.0 (Thomas Cherryhomes, 2018) [R].atr
35BobTerm V1.23 (Bob Puff, 1993) [R].atr
11Ice-T XE v2.8a7 (Itay Chamiel, 2014) [128k][R][NoBAS].atr
11VBXE Term (Joey Z,2015) [VBXE][R].atr
9SysInfo v2.24 (KMK, 2013).atr
7eXtended RAM Test 0.21.0 (-XI-^Satantronic, 2003).xex
6Albert (2021, Kski+Kaz+Odyn1ec+Triplex) [128K] 'No PAL Check (adam242)'.xex
5ACP Atari Control Picture [PAL].xex
401. Dungeon Hunt II (J & D Wilkinson & Bob Follett, 2019)[NTSC].atr
402. Disc O' Pop (Irgendwer, 2020).xex

Last 10 Mounts

/Games/Hacks/Donkey Kong Arcade (2017)(darryl1970).xex
/Applications/Communications/BobTerm V1.23 (Bob Puff, 1993) [R].atr
/Applications/Communications/FlickerTerm 80 v0.51 (Lonersoft, 1995) [R].atr
/Applications/Communications/Ice-T XE v2.8a7 (Itay Chamiel, 2014) [128k][R][NoBAS].atr
/Applications/Communications/Ice-T XE v2.8a7 (Itay Chamiel, 2014) [128k][R][NoBAS].atr
/Games/Cartridge XEX's/Atari/Blue Max (1987).xex
/Applications/Communications/Ice-T XE v2.8a7 (Itay Chamiel, 2014) [128k][R][NoBAS].atr
/Games/Prototypes/Da' Fuzz (Roklan, 1983).xex
/Games/Ports/E-Type - BBC Micro (2015)(Fandal+Irgendwer) [128K].xex
/Applications/System Testing/Memory Test (Radon, 1987).atr

What is a Fujinet?

If you are into Atari 8bit and don’t know what a Fujinet is you must have been living in a cave for the last year. Actually, knowing Thomas Cherryhomes, he’s been visiting all the caves and hand delivering fliers so you have no excuse at all.

The Fujinet is a device that plugs into the SIO port on a real 8bit Atari and it will emulate every SIO device that could ever plug into an Atari (yes I do mean every. If there is something Fujinet doesn’t currently emulate you can bet it’s going to before they call the project complete!)

The brainchild of @tschak and @mozzwald, it has evolved from a simple device that can emulate an RS232 modem into the SIO Swiss Army Knife it is today, going through a dizzying array of prototypes and using ever more powerful hardware as it grew.

Aided by the coding genius of @jeffpiep, @omf, and a growing group of savants; also using code donated by anyone else willing to help, this little square now provides Disks, Cassettes, Printers, Modem, Midi and Speech Synthesis functionality to your Atari.

Fujinet connects to the internet using Wi-Fi and offers a new N: device which will allow the creation of all manner of internet connected apps, with the Fujinet doing the heavy lifting. Online games, twitter clients, gopher, telnet, ftp, web, irc, nntp servers and many other things will be “relatively simple”*.

*Relatively simple” A Thom Cherryhomes phrase that means “Not Impossible

One feature of the Fujinet is the ability to connect to Spectranet tnfs servers and load software directly from them; no need to copy the images locally. Yes you can use your Atari 8bit to boot Mr Robot and His Robot Factory from a server in Poland if you wish and you will hardly notice any difference in speed from loading it locally!

Early Prototype “Mars Bar”

My own contributions to the FujiNet Project have been some 3D design work; the design & limited run of ten of one of the earliest prototype boards, the implementation of the SIO passthrough, the design of the FujiNet logo, and I also redesigned the internal web interface. Now I’m making alternative versions of the fujinet, finding annoying bugs and coming up with impossible ideas.

For more info, including where to get one of these wondrous devices go to the Fujinet Homepage.