DrCoolZic wrote:rocket-dog wrote:Now I have a box with a proper parallel port I am going to try PARCP. But I think I will go with the Linux version.
This is a nice solution. Did not use lately but if I remember well I think I was transferring over 100 KB/s
and UI is like Norton Commander and is very intuitive. Also handle nicely the Windows long file names.
You just have to build a special cable but if you already have a modem cable you just need to invert two wires at one of the connector... This is well explained at the PARCP site and make sure you use the proper programs to set the parallel ports to input state so you do not harm your Atari or PC ....
AB Positive wrote:No need, I've been a linux user for many years... just annoying as I have a finicky NIC card that so far no distro likes. Not Wireless - wired. Once it catches up, I'm backing up and dropping XP.
rocket-dog wrote:You have me worried now. I bought my cable yonks ago and though I researched it, knew what I was getting at the time, I have since forgotten. I purchased a null parallel cable, or as it is more commonly called a LapLink cable (or even Win95 PC to PC cable.) I am now nut sure whether that is right now. Though I am sure at the time it was right.
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Signal Name DB25 DB25 Remark
Strobe/Busy 1 11
Data 0 2 2 10K resistor can be inserted
Data 1 3 3 10K resistor can be inserted
Data 2 4 4 10K resistor can be inserted
Data 3 5 5 10K resistor can be inserted
Data 4 6 6 10K resistor can be inserted
Data 5 7 7 10K resistor can be inserted
Data 6 8 8 10K resistor can be inserted
Data 7 9 9 10K resistor can be inserted
N/C 10 10 Connected or not
Busy/Strobe 11 1
N/C 12-17 12-17 Connected or not
Grounds 18-25 18-25 At least one on pin 25
Zorro 2 wrote::arrow: serial port (COM1 or COM2) : use GHOSTLINK with a cable "null modem".
If you have zindozs xp or 2000, you can use an utility who release your serial or printer/parallel port : http://www.writelog.com/support/lpt_port_support_on_windows_nt.htm (source : Strider)
parallel port (LPT) : use PARALLELCOPY with his proper cable PARALLELCOPY (or a cross parallel cable !) or PARCP.
Ghostlink v 1.02 beta and Parcp v 2.5 are join on this Sticky with their docs !
Enjoy or Comments or Upgrade !
030falcon030 wrote:I like how the pc drive comes up as a hard disk, but is there a way to get a program that does this with a Linux pc? Also would be interested to know can I do the same thing from my Falcon to st (like so I can see the falcon like a hard disk on the st) because my st hard disk is quite small.
Beej wrote:While this port, like the ST MODEM port is limited to 19200 baud (without hacks), at least you can get 'two' transfers going at a time (launch two terminals, one using modem, one using midi).
Beej wrote:can also opt to start with the minimal install (no ext2 partition) and then manually attempt to set up the networking stack.
Beej wrote:You can go with the unix standard of NFS, or you can do the Windows Samba method...or both.
Beej wrote:STing also has drivers for parallel port to TCP/IP.
wongck wrote:Linking via serial does not need HDD. May be a Ramdisk will do.
Symoon wrote:Could anyone give me more information about PCTrans and STTrans ?
I've read that they support parallel transfer (with the PARCP cable it seems), is that right ? That would be very interesting if it works like Ghostlink.
I've tried to download them but so far I only found STTrans (even on the archives claiming they hold PCTrans).
Well, if anyone has any information about these programs... Or trhe programs themselves... I'd love to test them between my ST and PC, as I have the PARCP cable. Seems it was on the ST-Book disks...
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