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execftps 0.68 download problem
execftps 0.68 download problem –
I have a strange ftp problem.
I tried boot from MC/HDD/CDR execftps 0.68,
PC side use flashfxp, cuteftp, win98-ftp whatever client tools,
I also tried different ps2 ip: 192.168.0.10, 192.168.1.5,...
the result is same:
I can upload files from pc to ps2's hdd/mc/pfs without problem.
I can download small files from ps2's hdd/mc/pfs to pc without problem.
The only problem is whenever I copy a file bigger than 10K the ps2 server will hang up till pc get 7300 bytes.(ping ps2 no response)
I tried remove HDD, remove MC, every combination but same sesult.
I serached many places but no clue can get out.
Hope her someonce can help me out.
I got the same problem. Does anyone else? If the answer is yes, then reply. -Hakaida0
similar problem, mc up and down is fine, but uping to hdd gets lockups depending on what file it is. size doesnt really seem to matter i can up some 2-3mb files but other 512k files it will freeze
None of the HD folders are writeable on mine.
putting and getting in the above folders work both ways, perfect.
putting or getting does not work, I can not even list the folders below /hdd/0/ in the hierarchy for example ls /hdd/0/homebrew/ lists nothing.
ls /pfs shows nothing.
I got this from the readme.txt. I hope this helps.
Originally Posted by barf
- To handle files in Common Partitions(marked with + before name in ftp-client[note: ps2menu-k partitions have no + sign])
or System partition (marked with __ before name in ftp-client)
on your hd you first need to mount them to /pfs/0/.
MOUNT Example (with Ctrl+R in FlashFXP): "SITE MNT /pfs/0/ hdd:+MYFS"
this row mounts the common partition on hd named "+MYFS" to /pfs/0/ . After this just go to
/pfs/0/ and handle your files in that partition.
UnMount Example: "SITE UMNT /pfs/0/"
This command unmounts the previosly mounted partition.