Here's an update on a very useful Wiibrew: FTPii from developer joedj. Unless you missed its first release, FTPii is a web server for the Wii, its most practical use is giving your console the ability to transfer files to and from your PC without having to eject your SD card.
Now on version 0.0.6, this build fixes on a number of bugs from previous versions. It also sports added compatibility with certain FTP clients. Don't forget to browse through the readme before using the program. Here is the readme for FTPii version 0.0.6:
* Incorporated SD-card and USB hot-swapping patch. (thanks srg!)
* Added support for buggy FTP clients that use "LIST -aL" or similar, at the expense of breaking paths that begin with '-'.
* Compiled with corruption-fix and usbstorage libfat patches. (thanks svpe!)
* Uncommented FAT read-ahead support (oops)
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FTPii Developer joedj has piled a couple more bricks to the early build of FTPii, the FTP server project for the Nintendo Wii
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FTPii Wiibrew developer joedj has released the latest version of FTPii
Wii Web Server A web server running on WiiChangelog;Added option to have pages in /www directory to be compatible with Wiihttpd(default uses /data/web)Added option to change port number to run on (Default : 80)
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