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SMS connected with linux (Debian)
SMS connected with linux (Debian) –
My name is Julian, and i'm writting from Argentina. I have a PS2 Slim and i use SMS v.17. I want to connect the SMS with a shared folder from a linux (Debian). I know that i can do it with RadHostClient, but these program only works in Win32 and X-windows. I need a one similar that works in LINUX CONSOLE.
Well, thanks for your help, and... sorry for my poor english.
There is this same program to linux. I have used this in my debian too!
Originally Posted by saynomore
I'm running Linux too and am trying to get network streaming. The only RadHostClient I can find for linux is a binary that does not work on my Mandrake i686 system.
I run debian too, I set up Samba,
and I use MyPS2 to access the files.
Can you give us a hint of how to do this? There is no source available for RadHostClient and the documentation for ps2client is piss poor. I can't make it work to save my life. Can SMS stream files from a samba server?
Nope, I gave up on that a long time ago, I put the files on separate partitions on PS2HDD
Originally Posted by subsonix
Thanks for your answers.
I thought that the RadHostClient for linux only works in GUI, (i have a console interface).
"redbalrog", please, can you explain us how you compile the RadHostClient in linux???
I only want to see the divx files in SMS but, getting these files from a debian computer (without GUI / X-Windows).
Good thing I looked at the sticky. I saw that I had to run:
ps2client -h 192.168.2.10 listen
I came across a bug that makes the PS2 freeze and the ps2client segfault when I try to organize files within directories. It has nothing to do with the different slashes on unix / windows systems, but with the stat() call. The stat() function takes names of files and directories relative to the one the program was started in. That's why files only work in the root directory. Fortunately, I managed to fix this bug. Now organizing files recursively works A-OK under linux. I'll be posting the patched code once I get some sleep.
Oh, also I wrote a bash script that starts ps2client when it detects it on the network and kills it when the ps2 powers down, which eliminates the need to walk back and forth from PS2 to the linux box. Goodnight everyone.
Here is the radhostclient for linux getting from RadHostClient pack of SMS site. Just unzip with "gzip -d radhostclient.gz", give executable permission and excute. Works very well here.
Just install toolchain if you want to ps2client compiled for your system.