We recently seen deank working with other developers/members to achieve a much improved experience with relation to using External NTFS HDD, now the fork of the webMAN project and with its own extensive history webMAN MOD (by aldostools) has incorporated and adapted those latest changes along with some new features that now reside in webMAN MOD 1.45.11. For full details of this latest update the latest changelog has been included.
For additional details & support of this ps3 plugin for PlayStation 3 CFW user's can be found in the webMAN MOD Thread here and also the Resource (download) Page.
webMAN MOD 1.45.11
- Added direct NTFS support to 'Full Edition'
Thanks to deank, freddy38510, bguerville, Zar, Joonie, Estwald.
- Added support for auto-mount game when an USB drive is connected
- 'Check for AUTOBOOT.ISO on startup' must be checked
- The USB drives to be checked are the ones selected in /setup.ps3 (except /dev_ntfs)
- The game must be named AUTOMOUNT.ISO or a JB game copied to the root of the drive
webMAN MOD - web Commands Thread Contains following details:
- Web Commands
- Button Combos
- Plugin Memory Usage allocated during scanning of XML (grouped content)
- Differences Between Editions
webMAN MOD Forum w/ Additional Threads of Information can be found here:
Download(s) Plugin Updater (Installer) Option
- webMAN_MOD_1.45.11_Updater w/ Metalification Theme.pkg
- webMAN_MOD_1.45.11_Updater_w/ Rebugification Theme.pkg
Release Source / Source Code:
PS3 webMAN MOD 1.45.11 - With Improved NTFS Support now included & additional changes
By STLcardsWS on Jan 28, 2017 at 12:59 PM
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