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plptools -------- https://github.com/rrthomas/plptools/ plptools is a suite of programs for transferring files to and from EPOC devices, as well as backing them up, installing software, and setting the clock. See below for build instructions and HISTORY for some history. Building from source -------------------- To build plpfuse, the following packages are required: FUSE: http://fuse.sourceforge.net/ libattr: ftp://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/download/ These packages come with most GNU/Linux distributions. To build plptools, the development packages (typically ending in -dev or -devel) must be installed. If they are not installed, plpfuse will not be built, but the rest of plptools will still work. If building from a git checkout, first run: autoreconf -i plptools uses GNU autotools, so the usual sequence of commands works: ./configure make make install In addition to the usual options, configure understands the following: --enable-debug builds debugging versions of the programs and libplp --with-serial=/dev/sometty sets the default serial device for ncpd. Without this option, ncpd tries automagically to find a serial device. --with-speed=baudrate sets the default serial speed (normally 115200 baud). --with-port=portnum sets the default port on which ncpd listens and to which plpftp and plpfuse connect (default 7501). --with-drive=drivespec sets the default drive for plpftp. The default "AUTO" triggers a drive-scan on the psion and sets the drive to the first drive found. If you don't want that, specify "C:" for example. --with-basedir=dirspec overrides the default directory for plpftp. The default is \ which means the root directory. Note: since backslashes need to be doubled once for C escaping and once for shell escaping, this value is actually supplied as "\\\\". Information for developers -------------------------- The git repository can be cloned with: git clone https://github.com/rrthomas/plptools.git To make a release you need woger, from: https://github.com/rrthomas/woger