This category contains links to sites pertaining to server applications that employ the Hotline protocol as well as helper applications for existing Hotline server applications. The Hotline protocol is an application-layer Internet protocol that allows for community-based chatting, instant messaging, file sharing, and threaded textual submissions.
Alternative to the Hotline Tracker daemon software supplied by Hotline Communications. Provides many features not available in the original software, including mirroring, HTML reports, pseudo-server entries, and rule-based filtering.
Tool that analyzes and displays the contents of Hotline server log files. It also scans the Users directory and lists basic info on user accounts.
A Hotline server for Unix-like operating systems that was abandoned by its creator, currently pending further development.
Server application for the Be Operating System. Versions are available for the x86 and PPC hardware platforms.
Client/server suite for Linux/Unix operating systems. Includes shxd, a popular Hotline daemon that is integrated into the mhxd application suite.
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