Try this, transfer the software compressed to the PC first. There is a
version of shrinkit, and I belive Binscii for the PC and uncompress them
there. I'm sure I had to do this myself. If you can't find the software, I
prolly have it somewhere, email me personally if you can't find it. hint,
check the IIGs emulator pages for the PC Binscii.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Erich Weidenhammer" <eweidenh1(a)hotmail.com
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2000 8:22 PM
Subject: Moving data to an Apple II
I have two apple II computers, a IIgs (Rom 0- no
an Apple IIc. Both have floppies and both have the latest 8 bit apple DOS.
Neither have modems or any communication software. I am trying to get
software from my PC to the apples using a Mac Classic II as a bridge. I
get Shrinkit and BinCSII to work on the apples but I
need .txt files to
Unfortunately, somewhere between the PC and the apples, the resource
fork designating the file type gets garbled so BinSCII can't recognise the
.txt files. Does anybody know where I can find a Macintosh image file of
Apple II disk with Fazz or another attribute changer
on it? Does anyone
of another way to get files onto the Apples with the
tools I have?
Also, where can I find a copy of an early OS for a Rom 0 IIgs?
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