The above video goes away if you are a member and logged in, so log in now!
I'm using launchelf v3.4.
Originally Posted by DrGast
Got my ftp client to connect. Worked like a charm. Thank you. Will this work in a similar fashion when I use hdldump to transfer images from my pc to the ps2 over the network?
Originally Posted by notsloth
Now I need to figure out my flash drive problem.
Yes, it works in similar fashion, but not identically.
Originally Posted by kilgoreT
You need to make an extra copy of that CONFIG.DAT file, and store it as "mc0:/SYS-CONF/IPCONFIG.DAT".
If you don't already have a "SYS-CONF" folder on the MC, you'll need to create one, and I suggest that you also equip that folder with a valid "icon.sys" file and the icon file(s) indicated by it. Otherwise the new folder will be treated as 'Corrupt Data' by the built-in PS2 browser. You can copy "icon.sys" and icon file(s) from any gamesave folder, if you don't have tools for making your own. (However, if you do that, the new folder will look identical to the one you 'borrowed' icons from, when looking at it in the built-in PS2 Browser).
Other homebrew programs also use that "SYS-CONF" folder for their settings, and some rely on "IPCONFIG.DAT" for the network settings, so this is something that benefits more than just HDL_Dump.
Edit: On second thought, I might as well give you a suitable icon, as someone is bound to ask for it otherwise... It's in the attached ZIP.
Best regards: dlanor
Last edited by dlanor; 05-19-2005 at 03:19 AM.
Originally Posted by dlanor
Thank you for your time ,dlanor. I will try this tomorrow and let you know the results.
Awesome work dlanor, I ftp'd the files to the destination as you advised and it connected properly.
Hi, I'm still a noob with this execftp thing. My problem is exactly the same as kilgoreT. I already know what my problem is after the info above (used the standard config.dat "192.168.0.10 255.0.0.0 192.168.0.1")
So my question is:
How can I find out mine ps2 IP? (or the right config.dat)
I'm using a Router
I hope y'all will help me.
2 methods worked for me.
1. Login to your router and find out what devices are attached. I use a netgear router and look under "attached devices".
2. Use the disc that came with your network adapter and connect to your isp. After you connect, it should show you the ps2 ip.
Let me know if you want specifics. Good luck
the 1st method will not work for me cause my router dont have a option "attached devices"
the 2nd method just tried it can't establish a connection dont no why.
my first light (green) was oke but the second failed during the test. the dns thing.
do you need more info?
Last edited by Naked_Snake; 05-22-2005 at 02:32 PM.
Find out if your router has a firewall, that may be why it wion't let you connect.
yes, my router does have a firewall. should i turn it off? if i try to connect?
Got NIS should I configure the network with wizard?
Last edited by Naked_Snake; 05-23-2005 at 05:20 PM.