The only one I know is Anadisk:
but AFAIK it only deals with floppies. I've used it to pull disk images
off Flex-09 floppy disks. It sort of works, but you may get on better
with it than I did.
My usual solution is to use a serial cable and Kermit to move files or
archives that won't fit on a floppy.
Most recently I needed to get a copy of my entire OSK system into
OS9exec under Linux. Fortunately my OSK disk is only half full, so I
made a giant zip archive and pulled it onto the Linux system with
Kermit. Then I set up a native Linux directory structure from it that
ran well enough under OS9exec for me to use it to make an RBF disk image
(a 100 MB binary file created with crefile) and then unzip the archive
again, this time onto the empty RBF image. The resulting disk image
works just fine - even my Sculptor databases are bit perfect after this
I originally also tried doing this with lha, but there's something odd
about it: the Linux version wouldn't accept the OSK archive.
However, I've used both zip/unzip and tar + gzip to move files between
Linux and OSK and both techniques work well.
Kermitting big files over a 9600 baud line takes forever but it does work.
martin@ | Martin Gregorie
gregorie. | Essex, UK