APCComm is a program to transfer files between an Amiga and a Linux PC using a laplink cable. It's able to transfer files and whole directories.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds support for virtually any parallel port supported by the Linux kernel (by using the library tavvva_ppdrv). It can use direct access to any base address for standard parallel ports (onboard or via PCI/PCIe cards) and indirect access for all other parallel ports (USB converters, etc.)
Release Notes: The parallel port device is opened on the Amiga to prevent access by other programs. The parapin library has been updated to the latest version.
Release Notes: This release fixes two major bugs in the Amiga version. File skipping now works. It's now possible to overwrite/skip all existing files. There is a basic menu in the Amiga GUI version, and all Amiga versions support the common "?" CLI flag.
Release Notes: The Amiga version of apccomm now has a GUI, and there are new options for immediately sending and receiving and for skipping user interaction. The Linux version uses getopt for argument parsing, and the -ip option was changed to -i for long option support.
Release Notes: This release adds verbose and quiet options for more or less output. The protection bits (file permissions) can now be restored. The file transfer for files with zero length has been fixed, as well as some other minor things.