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Source: Official hdl_dump site.
+ a new (throttling) algorithm to control network install speeds
+ memory-mapped I/O when reading CDs/DVDs on Linux
~ improved 64-bit system/compiler compatibility
~ better FreeBSD (and maybe MacOS X) compatibility
~ major UDP server bug fixup
~ overall code cleanup
I'm not familiar with most of those words, so my question maybe sound dumb. But here it goes: Does this version have an (major) speed upgrade when sending iso's from the pc over the network to the ps2? At the moment, I'm using the latest version of LordBoGaMi's
I am getting 2.1 MB/s with it And that is without the 'fast TCP/IP settings' that were given in another thread.
Build for MacOS X, includes a fix by b...
That's good news. Thumbs up. The maximum speed I ever saw was 1.4, I believe. And the average is 0.7 so that's a big increase
Then there is something wrong with your LAN 0.86 should be average in older versions.
Thank you for the Mac OS X CD fix. We can now use direct CD/DVD install.
I've just use this version compiled in universal binary for Xdumb. Expect a release in a few days.
there is no support for large hdd's or i'm doing something wrong? i use 160 gb one.
My config looks like this:
Perhaps yours say: "limit_to_28bit" = "yes" ???
$ cat .hdl_dump.conf
"disc_database_file" = "./hdl_dump.list"
"enable_aspi" = "no"
"last_ip" = "18.104.22.168"
"limit_to_28bit" = "no"
"partition_naming" = "toxicos"
"target_kbps" = "2350"
"udp_delay_time" = "1000"
"udp_quick_packets" = "7"
"use_compression" = "yes"
What speed do you get on OS X with your settings barf ? I couldn't get more than 1.1 MB/s with mine... (can't remember what settings I used, now I can't get more than 0.8...)