PS3 OpenPS3FTP v4.0b by jjolano (First Update(s) since 2013 brings improved performance)

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By STLcardsWS on Jan 26, 2017 at 8:43 PM
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    Here is a PS3 homebrew utility that many PS3 Custom Firmware user's have used very often, if you have not used this standalone version you have certainly used FTP in webMAN / wM-MOD / multiMAN / IRISMAN / Ect.. then you have used this utility created by developer jjloano. OpenPS3FTP has not seen an update since 2013, but the developer has returned and made several updates to the widely used utility. So what changed in the recent updates? For starters the utility should be more efficient and stable as various improvements have been made, but also performance should even see an upgrade as libsysfs has been implemented. Will we see other PS3 Homebrew project make an update to support what should be an improved FTP for PS3 CFW users.


    • OpenPS3FTP is an open source FTP server for the PlayStation 3. It supports the basic FTP commands that the typical user would need to transfer files in and out of their console.

      It also provides read/write access to the console's flash partition, by mounting /dev_blind.

    • Version 4.0b
      • Implemented libsysfs for improved performance.
      Version 4.0a
      • Fixed and improved a few things.
      Version 4.0
      • This is what version 3.0 should have been. However, version 3.0 was written dev_blindly since I wasn't able to test it at all. Now that I'm able to make homebrews again, here's a fresh release of OpenPS3FTP! Hope it isn't too late. Would be great if PSL1GHT's libsysfs wasn't so wonky, since that will actually provide an additional performance boost over the vastly increased stability this release brings.

    Download: OpenPS3FTP (v4.0b) Page

    Last edited: Jan 26, 2017
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