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Can't get PS2Client to work
Can't get PS2Client to work –
I can ping my PS2, but I can't get BM to connect to the PC. fsclient says "could not connect to the ps2netfs server" and ps2client listen does nothing at all. The network is not listed when I go to Application Manager install.
I am using release 32 hacked, the settings in the configuration match my ps2client command line, and both network and ps2link client are turned on in the configuration.
If you ping the PS2 from the PC, there is no reason you can't connect to the Host server.
In fact, here is how it works.
- First launch the Network and the server on the BM configuration
- Then, when network is started, you can launch ps2client with the listen option to tell the client to listen to the PS 2 server request.
- You should now be able to install applications from host.
If you are using the command line version of ps2client, copy it to the FILES folder of your firmware directory. You should have the BM folder next to it. Then, launch it with the following arguments :
ps2client -h 192.168.0.10 listen
For PS 2 Network, you can launch network and host server in one shot using my application script included in my Essential Pack. Just match BM Network with a key of the joypad and start network with one finger.
"fsclient" will not work since "ps2netfs.irx" is not loaded by BM. You don't need that anyway.
one thing to note is that ps2client is quite picky about how it connects. It will not connect if you run ps2client before starting the PS2-side software. You should start the PS2 network software first then run "ps2client listen".
Yoc beat me to it!
Yeah, that did it. Start the PS2 side before the PC side. How picky.