Hacking Question about WebMan Mod, PS3netsrv, and selecting PSP or PS2 games over network

Clutz450

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First I want to say that I understand that PS2 and PSP games cannot be played over network and need to be copied over to the internal HDD first.

I am running an UNRAID NAS on my home network where I keep all my games (PS1, PS2, PS3, PSP). I also use a PS3netsrv Docker for UNRAID and have the folder structure set up properly. Everything is hard wired via ethernet cables to my router. Everything works and when I look in WebMan games on the XMB I see all my games.

PS3 and PS1 games work great over network as I expected. But from what I understood, if I selected a game like PS2 or PSP, WebMan Mod would copy those games over to my internal hard drive for me. However, when I do select one of those games, all I see if the green power indicating light slowly blinking and the orange HDD indicator light quickly flashing. So I am assuming that it is copying over the game. But I don't see any kind of progress bar or any indicator to let me know when it is done. And I've let it go for about 30 minutes and everything is still flashing but it seems like it should have only taken like 10 minutes.

So I've gotten around this by loading up Multiman first and viewing the network games that way and selecting the option to copy them over. Doing it this way gets me a progress bar showing the percentage complete as well has an estimated time for completion.

My ultimate question here is is there a way to do all this using only WebMan Mod and see some kind of indicator with a progress bar of where the copying process is at? Or does anyone else use a similar setup and have any tips or tricks for me? Thank you.
 

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With webMAN 1.47.27 (get latest version on GitHub), it's now possible to load PSP games directly without copying them to the hard drive
I don't have any idea for PS2 games
 
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