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I have a moded xbox and i can go on a ftp client and be able to connect to my xbox HDD threw the network can i do the same with ps2?
yes - do a search for it here. there's loads of topics.
err your right i dident think about seaching im extramly sorry lock this please
Good luck! I've found FTP'ing to be very unfriendly on the PS2. I tried the FTP in uLaunch, ExecFTPS, and the FTP built into the APPLIST.DAT modifier program.
uLaunch was a failure...I couldn't mount the partition with SITE MNT and trying to click into it through HDD/0/__BOOT just caused my PS2 to kick me out and not accept any more connections.
The FTP in the APPLIST.DAT modifier program seemed to work better, but didn't successfully get my APPLIST.DAT file back up...likely due to the fact that changes don't seem to take effect until you unmount the boot partition.
I finally got everything to work with ExecFTPS 0.69...it wasn't exactly as easy as it should be, though. You need a good FTP client like FlashFXP (CuteFTP and WSFTP would probably work...you just need one where you can send manual commands to the FTP server...Internet Explorer and the DOS FTP client just won't do the trick).
1) Connect to the PS2 FTP server
2) CTRL+R in FlashFXP after you're connected and type "site mnt /pfs/0/ hdd:_boot"
3) Browse to parent directory then click into "PFS" then "0"
4) This is the main partition for all your apps...copy files all you want
5) Do NOT disconnect till you send the command "site umnt /pfs/0/" or any writes that have been cached will not happen
NOW you should be good. Even with ExecFTPS there were odd things...like I couldn't delete the empty "_execftps_068" directory that the DMS HDD Explorer installed. Could delete files, though. Also could not rename anything.
Last edited by IguanaC64; 01-12-2006 at 01:47 PM.
Reason: speeling fixes
I know... old topic, but since its open... here's for future "searchers"
I found it extremely slow. It is useful for moving small files / elfs / save games, but isos is killer. I put a removable HD bay in my PC and just switch back and fourth when needed. Its annoying to power off / reboot the PC but the speed of iso transfers are worth it. I'm to cheap to buy a USB 2.0 pci card and a USB 2.0 HD bay.