Binkd is a Fidonet mailer designed to operate via TCP/IP networks.
As a FTN-compatible internet daemon, it makes possible efficient utilization of TCP/IP protocol suite as a transport layer in FTN-based (Fido Technology Network) networks.
- Find in mkfls/ a subdirectory for your system/compiler, copy all files to the root of the sources.
- Run make (nmake, wmake or gmake, name of make's binary is rely with C compiler).
1.) Clone the repo:
$ git clone https://github.com/pgul/binkd
2.) Change into the new binkd source directory:
$ cd binkd
3.) Copy all files from mkfls/unix/ to the root of binkd sources:
cp mkfls/unix/* .
2.) Run configure and make:
3.) When finished, the following instructions will be displayed offering various options for you:
Binkd is successfully compiled. If you want to install Binkd files into /usr/local 1. Run `make -n install' to be sure this makefile will do not something criminal during the installation; 2. `su' to root; 3. Run `make install' to install Binkd. 4. Edit /usr/local/etc/binkd.conf-dist and RENAME it or MOVE it somewhere (so another `make install' will not overwrite it during your next Binkd upgrade) If you want to put the files into some other directory just run `configure --prefix=/another/path' and go to step 1.
- Edit sample binkd.cfg.
- Run binkd.
- RU.BINKD (russian)
- BINKD (international)
Web site: http://www.corbina.net/~maloff/binkd/
- English manual for binkd 0.9.2 © Nick Soveiko (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Russian manual for binkd 0.9.9 © Stas Degteff (
Authors: Dmitry Maloff email@example.com and others.
Bug reporting: firstname.lastname@example.org, also RU.BINKD or BINKD echoconferences.