I now run most of my apple2 software in an emulator.
I loaned the computer to a local
to transfer files from the apple2. But first you have to get ADT
to the apple2 -- here is the procedure from the readme:
To install ADT on the Apple II: Boot a DOS 3.3 disk with some free
space, and from BASIC type IN#x, where x is the slot your serial card
is in (typically, x=2). Set the speed to 300 baud by typing the
three characters "6B".
Then, on the PC, start a comm program, set it for 300 baud N81, and
ASCII-upload (not Xmodem or any other protocol but a straight text
upload) the file "adt.dmp" to the Apple.
For the "comm program", I used dt :
- use stty to setup the serial port, as required
- translate the line feeds
tr '\012' '\015' < adt.dmp > adtcr.dmp
- then transmit the file one byte per second:
dt pf=adtcr.dmp of=- bs=1 wdelay=1 limit=8122 > /dev/serialport