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That depends on the protocol used.
Originally Posted by Pac-Man
With FTP you do the manual work on your PC, there seeing the PS2 files.
With host: you do the manual work on your PS2, there seeing the PC files.
FTP requires (obviously) an FTP client with non-passive mode on the PC, and you must start the FTP server by pressing a controller key for MISC/PS2Net.
host: requires either ps2client.exe or RadHostClient.exe on the PC, and you start the PS2-side access simply by browsing to the host: device in the LaunchELF file browser. The first time you do that it will NOT connect, but will simply activate the interface (partly similar to MISC/PS2Net) and then timeout to an empty dir listing. Just exit to the previous screen again. Next you start the PC-side program (one of the two mentioned above), and again browse to the host: device in LaunchELF, at which the connection is established so you can browse files on the PC. Note that this access is READ-ONLY, for safety reasons. You can never lose data on your PC because of host: access from LaunchELF.
Best regards: dlanor
Can you fix it so that starting MISC/PS2Net also does this first step?
Originally Posted by dlanor
I to am having trouble with MASS. I can get it to work on the last official version of LE. But now using this newest unoficial version, I can no longer get it to read my USB flash drive.
Does anyone know why this might be? If so is there something I can do to fix it?
Thanks in advance,
I finally got :host working for the first time last night. Turned out it was getting my SYS CONF/config.dat from my HD (the default 192.xxx) instead of the one for my router on my memory card. I made sure I deleted all other SYS CONF/config.dat, and installed the new one on my HD, and it worked....stupid me!