Thread: Sak bug.. Please help!
Sak bug.. Please help!
I want to rip a blu ray over the network. So I created this folder d:\a on my pc. I activated "Share this folder on the network", "Allow network users to change my files" and made the share name "ps3".
In Sak I go on windows network sharing, I used the username and password from my pc login, the ip adress from my pc and as folder "ps3"
Now I get:
mount: Mounting //ip.adress/folder on /mnt/network failed: Network is unreachable
Success, connection established with (ip-adress from pc)
Please Enter the Filename for this ISO (ie GameName.iso)
If I type in a labelname the Ps3 crashes.
Another thing: I get a leasefail error at the bootscreen and I have no IP in the menu.
Please help me. I tried over 1 week to fix this and now Iīm really frustrated.
I have tested other network options. Now I have an static ip and I have a wired network connection. The drive in the PS3 is formatted in ext3.
In the XMB the network connection is now fine and I get a ping. Is it possible that the drive in the pc must be fat32 formatted so that the PS3can read it in Sak over the network?
PS: The Thread-title was very dramatic. I was tired this time and I didnīt recognized that. Sorry
Yes. the receiving drive must be formatted either fat32 or ext3, NTFS is not supported.
Now I have formatted the drive in fat32, but I get leasefail again. The drive is the second in my pc without operating system. Could this be the mistake?
The Filesystem on your PC's drive does not matter - your best bet is to probably use an external USB drive, or dump it right to the PS3's internal drive, then copy it off that way.
I'll admit - SAK is old, and quite buggy. But, for code thats 4 years old that is still relevant - that's always a plus!
OK and if I get an leasefail without ip again, it should be fine if the external usbdrive ist fat32?
Will you release a higher version of sak?
Alas, considering the fact that any Game dumped with SAK is useless - probably will not issue a new version, as you can do the same thing with a base linux install!
OK, thank you.