Wednesday, October 1. 2008
For those who haven't seen previous versions, PSP-FTPD is a simple FTP server for the PSP.
It permits to send and retrieve files or complete directories to and from
your PSP without any cables, using your Wireless connection (WIFI), with a FTP
client on your PC such as Filezilla (http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/).
So what's new then in this version :
- Improve speed transfert
(tested at home with 500k for download, 250k for upload)
- Tested on PSP slim with fw4x-m33
- New graphics for EBOOT & background
- Add music for EBOOT
- Bug fix in battery status display
It has been tested using gFtp on Linux, with both PSP Slim and FAT with cfw 4.01-m33-2
If you want to discuss on this emulator, you can do it there :
zx81's forum on dcemu network or zx81's forum on qj.net
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I just dloaded and installed it. Works on my 4.01 M33-2 Slim.
Attempted to compile the source on both cygwin and linux (ubuntu)
and got the same failure. Which version of the SDK was this built on? The SDK for linux is 3 days old and windows one was built today (cygwin).
psp-gcc -I. -I/usr/local/pspdev/psp/sdk/include -O2 -Wall -DPSPFW30X -funroll-loops -ffast-math -fomit-frame-pointer -fno-strength-reduce -finline-functions -fsingle-precision-constant -D_PSP_FW_VERSION=303 -c -o psp_init.o psp_init.c
psp_init.c: In function 'psp_init_stuff':
psp_init.c:153: error: too many arguments to function 'sceUmdCheckMedium'
make: *** [psp_init.o] Error 1
Line 153: check_umd = sceUmdCheckMedium();
patched it compile works now
I looks like the function has been modified and does not require arguments anymore prob changed from int to void or somthing.
Cheers thx for the example source
PSP-FTPD is awesome, I have been using your last version for quite a while now, and i must say, good stuff it is. I'll never go back to the cable to load brew/media. I'd say the only thing i miss in the new is the old background, the world with the psp looks fresh even though my psp is next to my computer. YOU MAKE "THE BOMB" STUFF!! Your 7800 emulator and other programs rock. Keep up the good work.
I just tried this app in 5.00 m33-6 It seemed to work at first but when I checked the files that I transferred over to the PSP, they were all corrupted. Any chance for an update? Awesome work by the way. Big fan of your homebrew apps!
It keeps killing my PSP after trying to connect to my wirless router. Killing as it it clicks and then turns off. No damage done, but it doesn't work.
I know it was made for 4.01, but I have 5.50 GEN-D2
Any chance for an update to support this CFW?
It should work on this fw. I've tested on my psp with 5.50-gen d2 + wpa wireless router and it works fine. You just have to put ftpd homebrew in psp/game5XX folder and to have a wireless access point properly configurated in your psp network setup.
Ok, my router has no encryption what so ever.
What are the recommended Network settings?
Wait I got it.
Thanks a lot, this is a really neat app!
Do you know if the other way is possible?
An app that can access files from a computer server, edit delete copy transfer, [with permissions] all that fun stuff from your PSP?
I see you have done a great work with ftp server.
I am in a quest for controlling an ar.drone from the psp. I spent lots of days looking at source examples and libraries (like oslib) and I can't find an answer for my question. In your experience, do you think that is possible to make PSP join a certain ad-hoc network and then send some UDP packets to a fixed IP address? Sorry to use your comments, didn't want to disturb your mail.
You can use my email, it's more convenient . For sure it's possible to use the PSP to send UDP packets in adhoc more.
You may try to look at wifi example and apps, i haven't any adhoc homebrew so i can't help on adhoc mode (but it should not be too different from connected mode),
Hey Zx, is it possible to compile this into a plugin??? I try to, but I just can't figure out where to start...