is ftpii expected to support for actual usb HDDs?

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    is ftpii expected to support for actual usb HDDs?

    mplayer can see my WD PASSPORT 250 gig disk and play movies.

    Seems a shame not to being able to FTP movies over [​IMG]
     
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    The sending rate in kbps would be slow as around 300, pointless
     
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    you not seen a the mess a wired an shit back my TV, is a joke eh, i rather 300k then moving usb!

    hehe
    salamatsys !
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    mmmm strange after watching movie where mplayer has mounted ush, now ftpii is workeding??!?

    this make my cuck very up 100%

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    greetz
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    i agree, the video would be unwatchable. believe me ive tried (with vlc player for the psp). not only would the video be choppy, but the audio is out of sync. i would just copy the file from my laptop to my external drive and play the file through geexbox. it works great.
     
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    what i don't get, is sending your data files over to HDD drive via ftpii would be slow as hell, max you would get is around 300kbps, so why not just used USB into your PC for quicker sending, and use Geexbox to play them, as its more powerful than mplayerwii for USB Mounts!
     

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