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Cathode ray dude did a video about this using a SPA122 ATA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGFIEF6siIE And details about how to set it up here: https://gekk.info/articles/ata-config.html


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There are people around who are running BBS on dialup and emulated lines. The answers given in this related question (which is C64-specific) give some sources of software that may be useful to you. In particular The BBS Corner. However, the site hasn't been updated for a while so you may have to dig around a little.


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There is the Linmodem project, made by (who else) Fabrice Bellard. Unfortunately, it is more of a proof-of-concept than a working, ready-to-use driver, and it has been abandoned in that state in 2000. It barely contains incomplete implementations of four Hayes/AT commands and the V.34 protocol, and has not been ported to the modern Linux audio stack (ALSA),...


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Not terribly authentic if it is all simulated like that. But more importantly, there is the complication that while much of a modem's capabilities can be handled by software instead of hardware (personally I never found that soft-modems worked very well, but that's a separate issue), the sound card input/output is not going to have the on-off capability and, ...


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