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==Bugs==
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== Feedback ==
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Thanks for making and updating this great homebrew! [[User:Xyrion|Xyrion]] 21:38, 27 October 2008 (UTC)
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== Bugs ==
 
Please use the issues tab at http://code.google.com/p/ftpii/source/list or write a mail to joedj or srg.
 
Please use the issues tab at http://code.google.com/p/ftpii/source/list or write a mail to joedj or srg.
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===(POSSIBLY) Terminal FTP App===
 
===(POSSIBLY) Terminal FTP App===
 
Gives "550 Not a directory" error when attempt to transfer data, but Fetch is working fine. Terminal can open the directory, make new directories, delete old ones- but when I use put filename, it returns 550 Not a directory. Possible misuse of Terminal? Please advise. Will post full log tomorrow
 
Gives "550 Not a directory" error when attempt to transfer data, but Fetch is working fine. Terminal can open the directory, make new directories, delete old ones- but when I use put filename, it returns 550 Not a directory. Possible misuse of Terminal? Please advise. Will post full log tomorrow
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===Freezes on Exit===
 
===Freezes on Exit===
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:''Please feel free to raise this at http://code.google.com/p/ftpii/source/list if the problem is still occurring with 0.0.6'' - joedj
 
:''Please feel free to raise this at http://code.google.com/p/ftpii/source/list if the problem is still occurring with 0.0.6'' - joedj
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== Wake On LAN FTP ==
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Is the following situation possible (eventually)?
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* The Wii is in stand-by mode.
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* An altered client sends a (sort of) wake-on LAN signal to the Wii
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* FTP server is activated
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* File transfer
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* FTP connection is closed
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* Wii returns to standby mode
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What will be needed to accomplish this?
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How can I help :)
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[[User:Sugadaddy|Sugadaddy]] 12:12, 10 June 2008 GMT+1
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:''I don't think we know how to do things while in stand-by mode...at least, I don't ;-)'' - joedj
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== Changes of each Versions? ==
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Hey, whatabout a log of stuff like when an update was released and what was improved? Would be really cool to have that on the FTPii Page!
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:--[[User:Xyrion|Xyrion]] 01:00, 20 June 2008 (CEST)Yeah, that would be cool.
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:--- meh, joedj just told me the changes are in the readme.txt, so I copied it on the wiki today, have fun! [[user:ChronoX|ChronoX]]
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:''There is a brief changelog and todo list in the included README.txt, and the full subversion history from 0.0.6 onwards is available from http://code.google.com/p/ftpii/source/list but it would be great if someone also wants to keep the wiki up to date'' - joedj
      
==Wired FTP==
 
==Wired FTP==
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:::::yes, that's in principle how the adapter works, but does FTPii support LAN adapters at all? Has anybody actually TRIED it (and not just heard of somebody who said he did so)? If so, please also answer the next topic, which is concerned with the speed of LAN file transfers. [[User:Delirium83|delirium83]] 14:56, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
 
:::::yes, that's in principle how the adapter works, but does FTPii support LAN adapters at all? Has anybody actually TRIED it (and not just heard of somebody who said he did so)? If so, please also answer the next topic, which is concerned with the speed of LAN file transfers. [[User:Delirium83|delirium83]] 14:56, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
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==Wired FTP Speed ?==
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=== Speed ?===
    
I heard that the USB on the wii can only be used as a USB 1.1 and not a USB 2.0, if this is true, it would mean that it should be hard to get the 100Mb/s of a wired network. Have anyone tried to transfer files with a USB network adapter ? if yes, is the speed that the data transfers ? wireless speed is an issue, in fact, I tried yesterday to transfer a 40Mb file and it took 7 minutes :( Anyway, you've done a great job developing ftpii :) --[[User:Gerome|Gerome]] 14:16, 10 July 2008 (CEST)
 
I heard that the USB on the wii can only be used as a USB 1.1 and not a USB 2.0, if this is true, it would mean that it should be hard to get the 100Mb/s of a wired network. Have anyone tried to transfer files with a USB network adapter ? if yes, is the speed that the data transfers ? wireless speed is an issue, in fact, I tried yesterday to transfer a 40Mb file and it took 7 minutes :( Anyway, you've done a great job developing ftpii :) --[[User:Gerome|Gerome]] 14:16, 10 July 2008 (CEST)
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::: Transfer speeds are faster when I use GeeXBoX's FTP server: Wireless @ ~800KBps/~533KBps U/D, Wired @ ~900KBps/~525KBps U/D.  These rates are not completely accurate, though both were charted as being more steady.  Regardless of speed, USB WiiLAN can provide much improved latency and stability versus wireless, which is easily noticeable when using Opera or WFC, playing Mario Kart, streaming music ;) --[[User:Zandro|Zandro]] 22:43, 30 September 2008 (UTC)
 
::: Transfer speeds are faster when I use GeeXBoX's FTP server: Wireless @ ~800KBps/~533KBps U/D, Wired @ ~900KBps/~525KBps U/D.  These rates are not completely accurate, though both were charted as being more steady.  Regardless of speed, USB WiiLAN can provide much improved latency and stability versus wireless, which is easily noticeable when using Opera or WFC, playing Mario Kart, streaming music ;) --[[User:Zandro|Zandro]] 22:43, 30 September 2008 (UTC)
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== Wake On LAN FTP ==
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Is the following situation possible (eventually)?
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* The Wii is in stand-by mode.
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* An altered client sends a (sort of) wake-on LAN signal to the Wii
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* FTP server is activated
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* File transfer
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* FTP connection is closed
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* Wii returns to standby mode
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What will be needed to accomplish this?
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How can I help :)
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[[User:Sugadaddy|Sugadaddy]] 12:12, 10 June 2008 GMT+1
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:''I don't think we know how to do things while in stand-by mode...at least, I don't ;-)'' - joedj
    
== Security? ==
 
== Security? ==
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