QUOTE(JeroenDierckx @ Mar 10 2006, 08:26 AM)
I'm having almost exactly the same problem. I'm using gentoo linux, and both my desktop and xbox have dynamic IP addresses. When I try extracting an xiso to my xbox, using
extract-xiso -f kamer6-xbox -d F/Games /mnt/external/xbox/game.iso
The process starts, the directory is created on the xbox, and the first file of the iso. Than extract-xiso just stalls. The file on the xbox just remains of size 0. I tried the same command without ftp to extract the iso to my local disk without problems.
If this doesn't work, I'll just install wine and use one of the windows tool, that should work too. But this would be much better!
P.S. Does anyone know if extract-xiso supports the "boost" feature of EvoX and UnleashX? Cause it goes way faster with that.
Well time to beat this dead horse again but I actually found the solution to the problem folks.
extract-xiso is dropping a 405 error as it looks at your /etc/hosts file and grabs the first ip reported (which by default is 127.0.0.1).
Then it connects to your xbox's ftp daemon and attempts to open a PORT connection with the ip address as 127.0.0.1.
If you add your actual lan ip address as the first line of /etc/hosts the transfer will succeed.
192.168.0.x linuxbox (replace x or entire line to match your network configuration)