fileNinja

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fileNinja

by JPH Dec 28, 2008 at 2:58 AM 2,456 Views 6 replies
  1. JPH
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    [​IMG] fileNinja
    FTP Client for the DS
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    (Thanks to Kyusuke for providing the image)
    fileNinja is a simple FTP client application made for the Nintendo DS.
    The application is in early development, but you can still connect and download files wirelessly via FTP.

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  2. SylvWolf

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    Nice to see more FTP-related development for DS. The only one I've had success with is DSFTP, which runs as a server. It'd be cool to have an FTP client for DS, it'd be much more versatile than the server one.
     
  3. dilav

    dilav GBAtemp Maniac

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    Yea i never had success with DSFTP also.
     
  4. Mbmax

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    Hey ! the GUI looks like the amigaOS windowing system ! [​IMG]

    Edit : Ok. This guy use Woopsi libs ^^

     
  5. FAST6191

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    Interesting, with microSDHC looking like 32 gigs will hit at some point in the not to distant future this could be of some use.
     
  6. eureca

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    I tried this last night just to check it out. And it worked for uploading from a ftp on my computer to the ds. Was easy since I already had a ftp server program on my PC I just had to open it and share the folder I wanted and put the connect info on the DS and it worked right away. Not sure if it has the option to upload ds to pc it might but im not sure. Good for uploading smaller files probably ie non ds games without having to connect the sd to a usb reader then to pc.
     
  7. Azaydius

    Azaydius Newbie

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    Thanks a lot for posting this here, uploading to the remote host is not currently working and is in the process of being fixed. [​IMG]