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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by fallinroxas, Sep 14, 2009.
That would let me transfer files over wifi directly to my microsd and vice versa?
Does it work for the DS?
Here you go mate
As cooldudechand posted DSFTP is one option, but it's **really** slow (128mb file will take hours), the other much faster option (but also much more complicated) is to use DSLinux to set up an FTP server on your DS.
Let us know how you get on.
thats wii. this is ds forum. ds doesnt even have IOS.
@ChuckMcB: Could you please explain to me how to set up DSlinux?
The DSLinux Wiki should do a fairly decent job explaining how to set it up. Getting it to run is simple - download the DLDI build, extract "dslinux.nds" and the "linux" folder to the root of your card, and launch the file. Getting the FTP transfers working might take a bit more effort.
NOTE:You must have an expansion pack tto run DSlinux.
not true. you must have one for some features, but you dont need one to boot it.
While this is true, I'm not sure if you can even connect to a wireless network without slot-2 RAM anymore. You'd definitely have to use the /etc/rc.conf file to connect rather than trying to launch wnc, but I'm not sure how successful you'd be.
@fallinroxas: please let us know how you get on.
I'm transfering the files to my microSD as I type this. I'll let you guys know how it goes. Also thanks all the all input every body.
EDIT: Alright I tried setting it up and it didn't work. I type in cfg_rc and I get scrolling text then one screen with just text that refreshes every like second.