BPQ32 and QTermTCP support the Yapp Protocol. Let’s take a look at how that works.
First we have to great a Directory ” Files” in the root dir of Linbpq. The user Pi must be the owner of the Directory.
cd /home/pi/linbpq mkdir Files ls -l drwxr-xr-x 2 pi pi 4096 nov 1 12:10 Files * If the user Pi does not own the directory "Files", you can change that with. sudo chown pi:pi Files
Now we can set QTermTCP to use the directory “Files” for uploads and downloads. In the top menu choose ” Yapp” , ” Set Receive Directory” and choose the correct directory (Files).
First we need to connect to a local BBS that supports the YAPP protocol. Now I have set up a BBS here for this test. As modems I use two Ninotnc`s connected with a null modem cable.
Now we are ready to send a file. Again choose in the top menu “Yapp” and “Send File” Now you can choose which file you want to send.
Here we go…..
Monitor screen from Linbpq BBS.
The same file but compressed.