dhedberg wrote:Any other proposed solutions would be of interested and very much appreciated as well.
christos wrote:I think that the best way is to setup an ftp server on the pc and then access that through an ftp client on the atari. If you are on windows i'd suggest filezilla but if you are on linux you'd need something like pureftpd but it's not close to the ease of use of filezilla.
On the atari side you can use either the aftp client or litchi.
Latz wrote:With MiNT as OS, you have the choice between many communication methods
(with Falcon as Server):
- FTP Server (ftpd)
- TELNET server (telnetd)
- NFS server (nfsd)
- SSH server (sshd)
- WEBserver (Apache)
Sure there are clients for all of these, too.
Hope this helps a bit,
paulwratt wrote:TNOTG: I'm writing this from BeePi, there is installed:
"apachectl start" is the run in "/etc/rc.d/rc.net", but it does not work for me. That might have something to do with my network (WiFi - wpa-roam in wpa_supplicant.conf). I have few different OS's and I cant get BeePi networking to be 100% (I also have my own WiFi'd Minibian, and Amibian)
the others, can be installed via the EasyMiNT RPM Installer, or via command line "rpm -i package.rpm". They are .RPM packages on the SpareMiNT package site/page.
or you can check kurobox for servers
I also suggest you read CK Wongs atari networking pages too
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