You´re absolutely right, just want to say it, that´s been noticed.Originally Posted by Jones23
Mine is 3 months old (the 32MB one, but I have a "crappy" 16MB MAX-MC, with Boot-CD to.) and I have an original 8MB Sony-MC, too.Quit using those crappy MAX MCs. They're the worst thing you can do to your PS2. The official $ony MC is the only reliable one. Get them here for 18$ and free shipping worldwide!
Again,... Just want, that it has been noticed (not as a bug, but that there are many "manipulations" possible.)The whole FTP-thing isn't very stable. Better use host and ps2client or RHC.
Read my post here for better explanation.
Why don't you simply keep your old config, when updating to a new version?
Then you don't have to configure it all over again every time.
I did that for myself, but I create Exploits really often for many peolpe, and @ the first start-up off UL-ELF I must configure it to X, because most people want it.
<- Yeah, we´re spoiled PAL-Users with the X as the default (or commonly most used) Button.
You´re right, but it opens the possibilitys for attacks (Well, I think no one would attack UL-ELF, like many does with Win.). Bufferoverflow´s could be created within the programm, to execute code (Sounds like the beginning of the Exploit, right? ^^)Originally Posted by dlanor
The PathPad array is only intended for pure browsing paths, not for ELF launching, and that is why the user interface only allows you to set pure paths.
I noticed that.
I tried to reproduce this, before yesterday, but I couldn´t. I doesn´t know why it occours the first time. ?(Good. Reports should always be for the latest version, whenever possible, so we avoid wasting time on old issues already fixed.
The first time, it starts spiniing up the HDD and than freezes, when I use this power-off-function.
Now it works (on both 3.71 & 3.72),... Don´t ask me why.
Yeah that´s o.k. The time will come.Maybe eventually, but everyone is used to having it on the first CONFIG page, so we won't change that until we really need the space. OK?
I just give a big hope on it.As for your other wishes:
The 'PathPad-like' launch list you wanted may become implemented eventually (possibly in different form though), but not right now.
Hm,... You´re right.Integrating HDL_Dump server is not on our agenda at all.
It would open a huge 'can of worms' that we'd rather do without.
What about PS2-Link?
The same reason like HDL-Dump, right (I think you´ll say no, because we can execute it throu host,...)?
Yeah, that´s o.k.Your idea for auto-mounting multiple partitions for FTP would be too inconsistent with current methods. We prefer to keep that as it traditionally has been for all PS2 FTP servers, except for the simplest method of auto-mounting by browsing, since that is a very intuitive method, which can be used without conflict with the other current methods.
But it works in myPS2, so it is definetly possible.
I know, that there was this bug,.. eeeerrmm "failure", but I dont want to risk my savestates just to test it. :PIf you report bugs without even bothering to test if they exist, why do you expect me to bother with debugging them ?
Also, the fact that you can perform file operations while the server is also doing so does not mean that you should do it excessively.
The PS2 is a fairly simple system, as compared to most computers, so it doesn't have all the safeguards you might expect of a fullfledged operating system. Simultaneous access to the same devices by different programs (here FTP server and uLE) can cause conflicts, and those may very well crash the programs, and of course a crash during write operations may leave garbage in its wake.
This has nothing to do with any bugs in either program, but is rather due to a usage inappropriate for systems of this kind.
You´re right in ll points.
I think you´re making a great work, so I dont wanna attack you in any point.We'll do what we can to fix such things, but in some cases that's simply not up to us. (The MC drivers are not homebrew, but Sony originals from the PS2 ROM.)
UL-ELF is a fantastic programm.
Many tools and features in just one simple to use, very standartlike (littlebit monocrome, but very clearly organized) looking (and even better since Polo addet the Skin-Feature.)
Like I say,...The default already is standardized, though clearly not to your liking.
(But the standard we use here is the original standard of the PS2.)
Surely you understand that if I were to remove this option, the mode that would then become mandatory is the original and default mode (which I also use myself). And then you couldn't even get the mode you prefer...
So I think we'd better leave this as-is. OK?
Best regards: dlanor
No no no,... Leave this option "inside". ^^ (<- I don´t say nothing about it. x) )<- Yeah, we´re spoiled PAL-Users with the X as the default (or commonly most used) Button.