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  1. #41
    randalf Guest
    If I understand this great guide, but is active only dtnetm find an alternative.

  2. #42
    timarc007 Guest
    Thanks for this great guide, I have personally test it, and it work very great. Easy to understand, I have explore, and trying to backup a game, all work perfectly!! thanks again!

  3. #43
    luisfg3 Guest
    DTNETM For download byLuisfg3 +rep

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=GR0DB1ZX

  4. #44
    zhixiang Guest
    I've got a weird error when trying to load cellftp.self. Any idea?

    For reference, I am using a router (ip:192.168.2.1, dns: 192.168.2.1) and my pc is 192.168.2.2, debug is 192.168.2.10. Running 3.15 debug fw and here's some more pictures. btw, what does that broadcasting ip in the picture mean?

  5. #45
    CJPC Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by zhixiang View Post
    I've got a weird error when trying to load cellftp.self. Any idea?
    Is the cellftp.self in your home directory? Namely, if you type in ls at that screen, you should see "cellftp.self", if not, copy it there.

    As for the broadcast address - basically its the subnets broadcast address, most users never have to even think about what it is, but once you get into more advanced networking, those things become relevant. For instance, if you want to wake up a whole subnet, you can send a few magic packets to the broadcast address - which every connected node will receive, vs each individual box.

  6. #46
    zhixiang Guest

    Unhappy

    Yes, cellftp.self is in home directory. But still gave me that error.

  7. #47
    CJPC Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by zhixiang View Post
    Yes, cellftp.self is in home directory. But still gave me that error.
    So , when you type in ls you do see it? Mind you - it may be case sensitive.

  8. #48
    zhixiang Guest

    Wink

    Quote Originally Posted by CJPC View Post
    So , when you type in ls you do see it? Mind you - it may be case sensitive.
    Thanks, CJPC. My bad. I forgot I am technically working under "linux" in MingW. Gotta do the cp within the shell window.

    Now it all works like a charm.

  9. #49
    luisfg3 Guest
    I found Cellftp.self, I run the command "bedbg -nodebug cellftp.self" and open this window.. why ??

  10. #50
    CJPC Guest
    You need to copy cellftp.self to the directory in which you ran bedbg -prepare from, then it should work!

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