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.uk/crypt/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:
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:
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
Contact: DDay in #xbmp on efnet.
edit . . .
put in backslashes! This post has been edited by w m z: Mar 11 2003, 08:04 PM