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How do I ftp hard drive
How do I ftp hard drive –
Well first off i'll list what I have,
Playstation 2 with 80 gig hard drive and Network adaptor.
Playstation 2 8MB memory card.
HD Advance 2.0 for the PS2
Windows XP box connected to d-link router connected to ps2 network adaptor.
After readin and experimenting for a couple hours i've managed to get ExecFTPs up and running on my PS2 and now can install exploits on my memory card.
I'm using FlashFXP ftp client.
In FlashFXP I can see and access mc folder, hdd, & pfs folders.
in hdd/0 are only these files..
HDLoader Settings 256KB
I have about 10 games already on my PS2 hard drive which I loaded via WinHIIP_V1.6.5 all which work fin via HDAdvance 2.0 disc.
How can I add more games, and why can't I see my original games ?
I was able to add the PS2 KeyLauncher which works fine and will boot ExecFTPs program.
I'm still workin on PS2Menu-k, & CogSwapLoader tho i doubt i need csl.
Any ideas where to go with the hard drive deal?
I would like to store elf's on it and game saves etc.
Also what is the pfs folder in FlashFXP ? There isn't anything in it.
FTPing my mc is cool but it would be much better if I could ftp the hard drive too!
For your own convenience please use latest uLaunch instead of ExecFTPs. And you need to type for example:
before you do a new
SITE MNT /pfs/0 hdd:__boot
Yeah just use ulaunchelf for ftp'ing files like elfs. The host function is much more convenient and faster. Go to the ulaunchelf forums for info on how to do that. For games stick with WinHiip. It's much faster and more stable. Ftp'ing sucks ass and you have to use a special program called HDL dump. Anyway use, WinHiip for games (invest your money in an external IDE cable, so you don't have to open your computer each time) and ulaunchelf host fucntion with radhost client on your computer for transfering files to common partitions created with dms format tool.
FTPing and HDLDump is two different things
Originally Posted by skidude2121
WinHIIP( Windows only ) is probably based on HDLDump( MacOS X, Win and Linux/Unix ),
at least the two have the same functionality.
Yep I managed to to load hdl_dump on my memory card and executed it then accessed via winxp. I must say while the concept is nice transfer speeds were unbelievably slow. It only transfered at 1.5MBps !!! which in turn took 45 min for a 3.8 gig game. What speed is the PS2 network card?? 10 MB!! Heck it only took about 5 to 6 min to transfer from one computer to another at 100MBps.
But hey i didn't let it get the best of me! Now i'm off to find some more exploits
That is due to the nature of the NIC and the location of the bus on the expansion card.