Cheepware is my line of freeware BBS doors and software I started to develop back in 1998 using Turbo Pascal 7 for the 16-bit DOS platform. If you're interested in how Cheepware came to be, here's a short history.
Currently, all Cheepware doors are 16-bit DOS doors. These doors have been proven to run under Windows (32-bit), OS/2 (eComStation/ArcaOS), and Linux using DOSemu. The requirements for my doors to work with your BBS:
Linux users: Please read this page if you are using my doors under Linux.
I do have a Github repository with working code for a Linux-based version of “The Magic Oracle”. Please note that door and code are unsupported at this time. All instructions are there for you to compile your own version.
I have written several utilities, both general and BBS-specific, in Pascal and other languages. The utilities are available for one or more of the following operating systems: DOS, OS/2 (32-bit), Win32, and Linux.