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    WiiXplorer FTP Server crashing now?

    I've had a fun week. With my kid's and wife's computers blowing up and myself trying to prepare for a final project presentation at school, now the program that I use for an FTP server blows up too.

    I used it just fine the other day, downloading a few gigs of files off the hard drive back to my computer (new hard drive is powered, and all my power around here is used, so have to FTP everything). So that went well.

    Then starting last night, as soon as I connect using my Filezilla client, I get the fun DSI error. Odd thing is, when I FTP using command line windows client, things worked fine. So does anyone have any idea what filezilla might be doing to confuse things?

    I'm still using r210 of WiiXplorer, as I've found the more recent version to be less stable.

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    OK. Things are getting more frustrating. I deleted all of the config files to start things over. I tried using the latest version (r256) and I can start transfers, but eventually, the system locks up.

    I go back to using r210, which loads after I deleted the .cfg files, and it only shows sd card, not USB anymore.

    I tried FTPii, and it also only shows SD card, throwing errors trying to moung USBs.

    I still have what is considered to be a "normal" syscheck (d2x v8-finals), so nothing there has changed.

    I even tried using r210 to upload files to SD, then used r256 to copy the data from SD to USB, and that locked up half way through the copy. I still had pointer control, so cancelled and tried to delete the directory in USB, then things hard-froze on me.

    I really want to get some form of FTP solution to work. I know it's slower, but sure beats trying to move the power in addition to the drive to connect it to the PC.

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    Solution found!!!

    I put in my "locking up" issue into the developer's google code issues log and this is his reply:
    Quote Originally Posted by WiiXplorer Dev
    That is a known bug with IOS 58 (which is default in the settings) and writing to USB. It is a bug in libogc from what I see. Just use a cIOS (best would be d2x e.g. 249) as the boot IOS in the boot settings of wiixplorer and reboot the application after setting it. This will fix that problem. r210 used cIOS 202 as default IOS which is stable as well.
    I set it to 249 instead of 58, and things are working as expected.

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