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 to directly write incoming ADF images to floppy disk drives and to create images from disks.
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.