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    Drag file over networked Wii?

    Hello everyone, i have a homebrew channel on my Wii. i saw a youtube video about how to get Mplayer DVDlibx version to work on Wii, and it work very well but one thing i spotted in the video, a PC connect to the Wii over the network and have a ability to drag the file from PC to Wii without a problem like dragging a .avi file to a Wii then a homebrew detected it then automatically load Mplayer for the video. i been searching how to do that but couldnt find anything on that. i wondering if you have info about that, that would be nice, thanks!

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    yes download fftp something like that for homebrew ant then the the firefox plugin fftp
    and put your wiis ip adress in firefox plugin and good look

    to download fftp google it

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    i did search for fftp like you said but google result didnt show me as i want it.

    Since i have homebrew and have homebrew browser as well. i downloaded a Wiihttpd, but it didnt help, i tried to access the wii but it keep returning a 404 error to my firefox



    If you take a look at this, [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojv62_YmlCE"]YouTube - WII reading DVD videos[/ame] and at 0:10, you will see what i mean, that is what i really want, load the file through the my pc because i have some file is that is over 1GB and wont be able to fit in my SD card
    Last edited by sonderla; 09-06-2008 at 01:50 PM.

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    You might want to check out the following threads to see if it has your answer.

    http://www.wiihacks.com/homebrew/457...ers-guide.html

    http://www.wiihacks.com/news-annouce...highlight=dvdx

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    sadly it didnt help enough, there is no guide of how to do that, they just explain how to start wth homebrew stuff

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    dude look at this but look at step 2 ading apps and it says about it http://www.wiihacks.com/homebrew/457...ers-guide.html

    look at it completly

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    i think it will only work if you have internet in your wii if you dont atleast try i maybe wrong

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    i mispelled it it is not fftp its name is different

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    I think what he meant was "not" to copy files from PC to the SD card that's inside the wii, but to load files directly from the PC without transfering them to the SD.

    That\'s what i want also.. so i can load big ass .avi files from my pc directly.

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    I kinda think i found it, it call WiiLoad, it allow to transfer the file over the TCP, but however, they provide the program that is only for loading the .elf (for installing homebrew) and that it. how ever that is only for TCPLauncher and WiiLoadGUI (btoh of them only for OSX), i havent tested window if it allow me to load more than only .elf file

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