Atari RespeQt /w MENU.COM
Atari Serial Peripheral Emulator for Qt
RespeQt emulates Atari SIO peripherals when connected to an Atari 8-bit computer with an SIO2PC cable. In that respect it's similar to programs like APE and Atari810. The main difference is that it's free (unlike APE) and it's cross-platform (unlike Atari810 and APE).
See readme.txt for more info
RespeQt Client module MENU.COM. Runs on the Atari and is used to get/set Date/Time (SpartaDos) on the Atari plus a variety of other remote tasks (on any DOS).
Raspberry Pi or other Debian based Linux installation
1- Build a USB2PC cable outlined in usb2pc_build_instructions.pdf
2- Download RespeQt source zip file.
3- Create a source folder. Unzip source into the new folder
4- Update the Pi
$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt upgrade
5- Install Qt and gcc
$ sudo apt install make gcc qt5-default
6- Compile and install RespeQt
$ cd (source folder created above)
7- Plug in the cable and run the RespeQt server.
Others OS at https://github.com/jzatarski/RespeQt/releases