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PS3FTP v1.0 by stoneMcClane
Last Release: Nov 24, 2010
Downloads: 14320

This is another FTP server application created for use with the PlayStation 3. Earlier FTP applications were compiled using sony's own leaked SDK. This one however was compiled using AerialX's PSL1GHT Open SDK which makes it 100% legal to use. It doesn't have a GUI yet so it will give you a black screen while running. It is still working though. If you don't know your PS3's IP address you will need to check your router to see what it is.
Name Version Released Hits DL Link
PS3FTP v1.0 11/24/10 14315 Download
*Please note: the ability to close the app may not be available*

A minimal PlayStation3 FTP server written with the help of PSL1GHT - Lightweight PS3 Homebrew SDK

1) To start the FTP server, just run the PS3-FTP.self via ps3load/wiiload or install the PS3-FTP.pkg and run it directly from the XMB on your PS3.

2) Configure your FTP Client to use passive mode and only one FTP connection at a time.

3) Connect to your PS3's IP on port 21 with an FTP client of your choice. If you don't know the IP address of your PS3, go to Settings -> Network Settings in the XMB, it is listed there along with other network settings.

PS3-FTP has been tested and should be compatible with the following clients:

* Filezilla
* FlashFXP
* CuteFTP
* WinSCP
* Windows Explorer
* BSD/UNIX FTP shell client

4) To stop the server once it is running, you have to be connected to your PS3 with your FTP client. Press and hold down the X button on your controller and terminate the connection of your FTP client or just close the FTP client on your PC completely.

The PS3-FTP server should then shutdown and your PS3 should return to the XMB.

If you are a developer, you can also stop and restart PS3-FTP via telnet.

Simply connect to the FTP Port (21) of your PS3 via telnet and type "QUIT!" or "QUITR". If you are running Unix and have the "expect" interpreter installed, you can use the "stop" and "restart" scripts that are located at the repository's root directory. (Remember to close the connection of your FTP client before trying to connect via telnet)
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