I have some Amigas that I would like to be able to transfer files to/from using my primary desktop machine, a PC running Linux.
My Amigas do have CrossDOS installed, but transferring things in 720K chunks is tedious, made more so by the fact that I don't have a floppy drive regularly connected to my Linux box.
I have a copy of Amiga Forever that I purchased a few years ago, so I was thinking I could use the included Amiga Explorer tool. I installed the Amiga-side of this on my Amiga 1200 (using CrossDOS), but the official client is Windows-only. I found an open-source program called lxamiga that supposedly worked with an older version of Amiga Explorer, but it does not seem to work with recent versions.
Is there any Linux compatible client software for Amiga Explorer? If not, is the protocol it uses documented anywhere?
Alternatively, are there any other Linux-compatible tools for transferring files to and from Amigas? Something that works over a serial null modem or even a parallel null modem cable would be ideal. (I do not have ethernet on any of my Amigas, unfortunately.)