If you’ve made it this far, you’re in pretty good shape with A2CLOUD — you should have two mass storage volumes and internet access for your Apple II, and maybe have learned a thing or two about Unix!
But wait, there’s more, and in time (perhaps) I’ll be posting about how to use your Apple II and Raspberry Pi to:
- √ chat in the #a2c.chat room
- √ read and post in the comp.sys.apple2 newsgroup
- √ run Apple IIgs and IIe emulators on your Raspberry Pi
- √ control your Pi’s desktop with your Apple II keyboard and mouse, and program your Apple II itself from your Pi, using David Schmenk’s awesome Apple II Pi
- √ use your Pi as a file server and network boot host with A2SERVER
- use virtual drives with disk images stored on a computer across the internet
- use TCP/IP on your IIgs without an Uthernet or LanceGS card
- access an ADTPro server on another computer from your Apple II…over Wi-Fi!
- use Pine for email
- any other entertaining ideas that occur to me
I’ll also be posting on other Apple II stuff that isn’t necessarily related to A2CLOUD on the rest of my PR#6 blog.
Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions at email@example.com. (I will probably be more motivated to post about these things if you let me know you’d like to read about them. Just saying.)
Ok, have fun. See ya on comp.sys.apple2!