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inlink help –
i've been having trouble with ps2link/inlink. I found out all the ip adresses i need
ps2 - 192.168.1.103
subnet - 255.255.255.0
pc - 192.168.1.102
in my ipconfig for ps2link i put
192.168.1.103 255.255.0 192.168.1.102
when i click on an elf file to open inlink this is what i get
InLink v1.3.7 started.
(c) 2003 InPulse Team - Featuring LongChair & sg2.
Visit us @ http://inpulse.kicks-ass.org.
Configuration Loaded successfully.
Setting Durent Directory to \.
[NET] : Executing C:\DOCUME~1\Brenton\LOCALS~1\Temp\Rar$DI81.673\PS2 MENU.ELF ...
Setting Curent Directory to C:\DOCUME~1\Brenton\LOCALS~1\Temp\Rar$DI81.673\.
Executing Elf C:\DOCUME~1\Brenton\LOCALS~1\Temp\Rar$DI81.673\PS2 MENU.ELF...
anyhelp would be appreciated!
I'd tell you that you should make sure you use a crossover cable, since it looks like you're directly connecting the two. Or if you're running it over a network, make sure that you are using the ROUTER's IP, not the PCs. But if you are able to connect, then the ip stuff isnt the problem. Try another elf I guess, one that doesnt need IRXs to run. I don't know if ps2menu does or not. Try the dms hddformat tool, I know that doesnt.
i forgot to add that i did end up using my routers ip in place of the pc ip. I tried 2 different elfs as well...i dont understand y its not working.
well, does inlink say that it's connected at all?
Try a different elf like nPort and see what happens. What version of PS2Link are you running (and how) on your PS2?