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#1 w m z

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Posted 11 March 2003 - 07:40 AM

This was sent to me by AK_Sniper (Nice One !) . . .


--==DDay´s 10 Easy Steps to get Filezilla working in XBMP==--

Befor you start fiddeling around, PLEASE make sure you have the latest or one of the latest cvs builds of XBMP.

That will ensure you have a version i know this tutorial will work 100% on.

1: Open the filezilla server.xml with notepad.

2: Look for <User Name="xbox"> or use ctrl+f to find it.

3: Change xbox to whatever username/login name you like. Leave it as it is if you want to.

4: After that look at the row below. You´ll see this: <Option Name="Pass"></Option>
Between the "><" is where you will put the MD5 hash of the password you will use.
Check next step for how to make the MD5 hash.

5: Goto http://pajhome.org.u.../md5/index.html and write in the password
you want to use Lets say you choose this password: xbox
Then the hash will look like this: 3a3417f5f20a03a98973689887fb72a2

6: The finished result in the filezilla server.xml should look something like this:

<User Name="xbox">
<Option Name="Pass">3a3417f5f20a03a98973689887fb72a2</Option>

Now the username and password are both set to: xbox

7: Now save the filezilla server.xml and transfer it back to your XBMP folder on the Xbox.
Over-write the old one if u have to.

8: UPDATE: Open your config.xml and look for the <home> </home> tags.  Fill in the path
to your xbmp folder there.  This is how my config.xml looks:

<local>
<playlists>e:\playlists</playlists>
<thumbnails>e:\thumbs</thumbnails>
<bookmarks>e:\bookmarks</bookmarks>
<imdb>e:\imdb</imdb>
<home>f:\Apps\XBMP</home>
</local>

Edit this so it points to YOUR XBMP FOLDER!
When that is set right there is no need to transfer your filezilla server.xml to your c:
root as you had to do before the introduction of the <home> tag.


9: When you enter the password in your ftp client, remeber that it is !!!NOT!!! the MD5
hash you should enter!!!

10: Connect to the filezilla server when xbmp is started and have fun smile.gif

Contact: DDay in #xbmp on efnet.

edit . . .

put in backslashes! laugh.gif

Edited by w m z, 11 March 2003 - 08:04 PM.


#2 chilin_dude

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Posted 18 March 2003 - 06:43 PM

nice tutorial... you added it to the tutorials section?

#3 JayDee

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Posted 20 March 2003 - 12:32 AM

It´s me DDay (just used another nick when i regged here)

Got a addtion to the tutorial.

If it wont work after all steps are done, try deleting the e:tdata|face007|system.bin

After that is deleted it you´ll need to re-calibrate and go over your settings etc, but the server will work smile.gif

Edited by JayDee, 20 March 2003 - 12:33 AM.


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Posted 20 March 2003 - 10:47 AM

I used this tut to help me, and at last managed to connect again and get my password to be recognized. But then there's another problem - horribly slow upload speeds ( 3-400 K/sec compared to 1500-2000K/sec when the first implementation of xbFileZilla was added). What's up with that?

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Posted 28 March 2003 - 11:35 AM

When I use the ftp function I always waund (sp?) up in F:, but I wanna have access to all the drives, how do I fix that?

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Posted 28 March 2003 - 11:50 PM

^ ^

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Posted 29 March 2003 - 09:03 PM

My biggest problem with Filezilla is that is names the 'folders' representing each drive as "C:", "D:", "E:", etc. whereas EvoX calls the same folders "C", "D", "E" etc (without the colon) - this means if you use 'integrated' FTP clients on Windows like 'WebDrive', as soon as you try to enter these folders, Windows automatically reroutes you to the local drive with that name. Annoying - although easily solved by using a different client.

It does mean, however, that I also can't use the same stored paths when using XBMP or EvoX - the path to my Mediaplayer in XBMP is "\E:\apps\xbplayer", whereas in EvoX it is "\E\apps\xbplayer" - also annoying.

Edited by BattleTank, 29 March 2003 - 09:05 PM.


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Posted 30 March 2003 - 05:36 PM

QUOTE (Drexon @ Mar 28 2003, 12:35 PM)
When I use the ftp function I always waund (sp?) up in F:, but I wanna have access to all the drives, how do I fix that?

i also get this, only f:

#9 razorrifh

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Posted 01 April 2003 - 03:58 AM

you have to type in "c:/" if you want to goto the c drive. at least i do anyway. there might be a way around it, but its easy enough to type.

i wanna know why the pdf version of xbmp's manual doesnt have a reference to this: "<home>f:AppsXBMP</home>" i looked today... it solved my problem where i couldnt boot xbmp as my dashboard


*edit* i figure most people will use the password "xbox" because of evox using this, so here is the md5 sum for it

3a3417f5f20a03a98973689887fb72a2

just so you dont gotta goto that other page.

Edited by razorrifh, 01 April 2003 - 10:14 PM.


#10 w m z

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Posted 02 April 2003 - 05:43 PM

seems that FTP problems have been addressed . . .

3-28-2003

Lang-1.xml updated with tuple 806,Video for System Settings

- xbfilezilla 1.3.0.1 Fixes [710643 (FTP) files and folders missing ]

- latest update from "708726 System info in settings (with net,temp and storage stats)



not tested myself yet!


#11 JayDee

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Posted 04 April 2003 - 09:27 AM

DDay here again.

Check http://www.xbmp.de

Latest news (well almost, since we are still working on the live update features etc)

Btw, feels like more posts in here after techtv started their 5 part series.... rolleyes.gif

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Posted 05 April 2003 - 10:47 PM

everytime i FTP in i go straight to the "F:" drive.. and yet my config file is root? why is this?

QUOTE

<local>
        <!-- remove the asterisks to set local ip address and gateway statically -->
        <address*>192.168.0.2</address*>
        <subnet*>255.255.255.0</subnet*>
        <gateway*>192.168.0.1</gateway*>
        <nameserver>192.168.1.175</nameserver>
        <playlists>f:playlists</playlists>
        <movies>f:moviez</movies>
        <home>/</home>
        <thumbnails>e:thumbs</thumbnails>
        <bookmarks>f:bookmarks</bookmarks>
    </local>

Edited by AdmStng, 05 April 2003 - 10:48 PM.


#13 w m z

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Posted 06 April 2003 - 07:48 PM

because in FileZilla Server.xml

you have IsHome set as F:\ i.e value of 1


<Permission Dir="F:\">
<Option Name="FileRead">1</Option>
<Option Name="FileWrite">1</Option>
<Option Name="FileDelete">1</Option>
<Option Name="FileAppend">1</Option>
<Option Name="DirCreate">1</Option>
<Option Name="DirDelete">1</Option>
<Option Name="DirList">1</Option>
<Option Name="DirSubdirs">1</Option>
<Option Name="IsHome">1</Option>
</Permission>
</Permissions>
</User>
</Users>
</FileZillaServer>

in your above config.xml file home is where xbmp actually resides . . .

i.e. my home is . . . <home>e:\apps\xbmp</home>

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Posted 16 April 2003 - 01:30 PM

I just configured Filezilla and I had great speeds. Better than with EVO X by a long shot. I was hovering around 6000kbps with EVO and with Filezilla i got "Transferred 1 file totaling 97.81 MB in 13.70 (7,401.83 KBps)". Not to shabby.

Thanks for the help DDay. Works like a charm!


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Posted 21 April 2003 - 12:10 AM

Ok, what is Filezilla, what good is it for, and where can I download it?




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