webMAN MOD - Web Commands

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    This List contains all the web-Commands:


    • /<path> - browse path in file manager

      /<path>?<name> - browse path in file manager & list only files/folders having name
      /<path>/*<name> - find all files in path and subdirs that contain the text <name> in the file name.
      * A text file with the list of files found will be created in /dev_hdd0/tmp/wmtmp/filelist.txt
      (until 2 wildcards can be used for file search)

      /setup.ps3 - webMAN MOD settings
      /setup.ps3? - reset settings

      /index.ps3 - list games in an HTML grid
      /index.ps3?<text> - list games containing the text
      /index.ps3?<path> - list games stored on the specified path (e.g. /dev_hdd0/GAMES)
      /index.ps3?<path>?<text> search game by path and name

      /games.ps3 - list games in the slider (mobile GUI)
      /games.ps3?<text> - list games containing the text
      /games.ps3?<path> - list games stored on the path (e.g. /dev_hdd0/GAMES)
      /games.ps3?usr=<n> - list games for extended content profile <n> = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4

      /sman.ps3 - Show web interface using sMAN's GUI

      /refresh.ps3 - rescan the games and refresh XML (restart VSH, return to XMB or restart the console to see the changes)
      /index.ps3?html - rescan the games and refresh list in the HTML grid
      /index.ps3?launchpad- rescan the games and refresh list in the LaunchPad list (XMB)

      /refresh.ps3?cover=<mode> - same as /refresh.ps3 but specifying the cover type
      /index.ps3?cover=<mode> - same as /index.ps3?html but specifying the cover type
      /games.ps3?cover=<mode> - same as /games.ps3 but specifying the cover type
      • The cover modes are: icon0, online, mm, disc or none. The default is multiMAN mode.
      • Use ?cover=<mode> as the last parameter if other parameters are used.
      /reloadxmb.ps3 - Reloads XMB when the app is installed & show /index.ps3
      /refresh_ps3 - Scan for content and reload XMB if the app is installed

      /refresh.ps3?ntfs - refresh NTFS volumes and show NTFS volumes
      /refresh.ps3?prepntfs - refresh NTFS volumes & scan ntfs ISOs (clear cached files)
      /refresh.ps3?prepntfs(0) refresh NTFS volumes & scan ntfs ISOs (keep cached files)

      /cpursx.ps3 - show system info (cpu/rsx temperature, free memory, idps, game title, etc.)

      /cpursx.ps3?fan=<speed> - set the fan speed in %
      /cpursx.ps3?max=<celcius> - set the target temperature for dynamic fan controller
      /cpursx.ps3?man - set the fan controller to manual mode (fixed fan speed)
      /cpursx.ps3?dyn - set the fan controller to auto mode (dynamic fan speed)
      /cpursx.ps3?mode - switch the fan controller between auto mode and auto mode
      /cpursx.ps3?up - increase fan speed (manual mode) or target temperature (auto mode)
      /cpursx.ps3?dn - decrease fan speed (manual mode) or target temperature (auto mode)

      /dev_hdd0/xmlhost/game_plugin/cpursx.html chart with CPU / RSX / FAN statistics for the session

      /restart.ps3 - restart the PS3 console (content is not scanned on startup)
      /restart.ps3?0 - restart the PS3 console and allow scan content on startup
      /restart.ps3?<mode>$ Sets the mode indicated as the default restart mode for /restart.ps3
      /restart.ps3?min - restart the PS3 console and show the min version

      /reboot.ps3 - hard reboot
      /reboot.ps3?soft - soft reboot
      /reboot.ps3?hard - hard reboot
      /reboot.ps3?quick - quick reboot (load LPAR id 1)
      /reboot.ps3?vsh - reboot using VSH command (same as /restart.ps3)

      /shutdown.ps3 - shutdown the PS3 console

      /quit.ps3 - unload webMAN MOD and set ps2 fan control mode (fixed fan speed set in setup.ps3)
      /quit.ps3?0 - unload webMAN MOD and restore syscon fan control mode
      /quit.ps3?1 - unload webMAN MOD and sets fan control to ps2 mode (manual speed)

    • /mount.ps3/<path> - mount path or ISO as /dev_bdvd
      /mount.ps3?<uri> - open an url in the PS3 browser (e.g. used to open page in autoboot)
      /mount_ps3/<path> - mount path or ISO as /dev_bdvd and close response page (mount from XMB)
      *mount_ps3 also bypasses the check that prevents the mounting files in-game


      /mount.ps3?<text> - search game by text & mount it if only 1 match is found
      /mount.ps3?<text> - search game by path & mount it if only 1 match is found
      /mount.ps3?<path>?<text> - search game by path and name & mount it if only 1 match is found
      /mount.ps3/<path>[?random=<x>[&emu={ ps1_netemu.self / ps1_emu.self / ps2_netemu.self / ps2_emu.self }][offline={0/1}]
      File name TAG
      [auto]Auto-play
      [online] Auto-disable syscalls
      [offline]Auto-disable network
      [gd] Auto-enable external gameDATA
      [raw]Use internal rawseciso to mount the ISO (ntfs) instead of the external plugin
      [net]Use internal netiso to mount the ISO (netiso) instead of the external plugin
      [PS2] PS2 game extracted into a folder in /PS2DISC (needs a physical PS2 disc for disc swap)
      [netemu] Mount ps2/psx game using ps1_netemu or ps2_netemu

      /mount.ps3/<dev-name>&name=CELL_FS_<device>&fs=CELL_FS_<file_system> - mounts new device

      /mount.ps3/unmount - unmount game from /dev_bdvd
      /mount.ps3/unmount/<dev-name> - unmount device

      /mount.ps2/<path> - mount extracted PS2 game folder as /dev_ps2disc (for SingStar - req. real PS2 disc for disc swap)
      /mount.ps2/unmount - unmount game from /dev_ps2disc
      *these ps2 features are not included in distributed binaries

      /fixgame.ps3/<path> - fix min system version in EBOOT and PARAM.SFO (fw 4.21+)
      /fixgame.ps3$abort - abort a game fix in progress

      /play.ps3 - start the game mounted on the disc icon from XMB (Game column)
      /play.ps3/<path> - mount a game and start its disc icon from XMB (Game column)
      /play.ps3/<script-path> - execute script. path must be a .txt or .bat file
      /play.ps3?<titleid> - mount npdrm game and start game from app_home icon (e.g NPUB12345, etc.)
      /play.ps3?<appname> - play movian, multiman, retroArch, rebug toolbox or remoteplay

      /insert.ps3 - insert physical disc into bd drive
      /eject.ps3 - eject physical disc from tray

      /extgd.ps3 - toggle external game data (map /dev_hdd0/game to /dev_usbxxx/GAMEI)
      /extgd.ps3?status - show gameDATA status
      /extgd.ps3?enable - enable external game data (map /dev_hdd0/game to /dev_usbxxx/GAMEI)
      /extgd.ps3?disable - disable external game data (restore /dev_hdd0/game)

      /remap.ps3/<path>&to=<destination> - remap a file/folder to another path (cobra only)
      /remap.ps3?src=<path>&to=<destination> - same as above (another syntax)
      /unmap.ps3/<path> - unmap a remapped file/folder
      /unmap.ps3?src=/<path> - unmap a remapped file/folder

    • /setidps.ps3mapi - change idps/psid using ps3mapi

      /idps.ps3 - dumps idps & act.dat of current user to root of /dev_usb000 or /dev_hdd0
      /idps.ps3/<path> - dumps idps to the specified path & file name
      /psid.ps3 - dumps psid & act.dat of current user to root of /dev_usb000 or /dev_hdd0
      /psid.ps3/<path> - dumps psid to the specified path & file name
      /consoleid.ps3 - dumps idps, psid & act.dat of current user to root of /dev_usb000 or /dev_hdd0

      /browser.ps3$show_idps - show idps/psid (same as R2+O)

      /syscall8.ps3mapi - manage cobra & ps3mapi syscall modes
      /syscall.ps3mapi - manage syscalls

      /browser.ps3$disable_syscalls - disable CFW syscalls
      /browser.ps3$disable_syscalls?ccapi - disable CFW syscalls (keeping ccapi syscalls)

      /netstatus.ps3 - toggle network access in registry
      /netstatus.ps3? - show network status
      /netstatus.ps3?1 - enable network access in registry
      /netstatus.ps3?0 - disable network access in registry

      /netstatus.ps3?ftp - ftp is running?
      /netstatus.ps3?netsrv - netsrv is running?
      /netstatus.ps3?ps3mapi - ps3mapi is running?

      /netstatus.ps3?stop-ftp - stop ftp server
      /netstatus.ps3?stop-netsrv - stop net server
      /netstatus.ps3?stop-ps3mapi - stop ps3mapi server
      /netstatus.ps3?stop - stop ps3mapi+net+ftp servers

      /browser.ps3$block_servers - block online servers
      /browser.ps3$restore_servers - restore blocked servers

    • /copy.ps3/<path> - copy bdvd to hdd, usb/bdvd file/folder to hdd or hdd file/folder to usb000
      /copy.ps3/<path>&to=<destination> - copy file or folder to destination path
      /copy.ps3/<path>&to=<destination>?restart.ps3 - copy file or folder to destination path, then restart the console
      /copy.ps3$abort - abort a copy in progress (cancel ?restart.ps3 if the parameter was used)

      /copy_ps3/<path> - copy bdvd to hdd, usb/bdvd file/folder to hdd or hdd file/folder to usb000
      /copy_ps3/<path>&to=<destination> - copy file or folder to destination path
      /copy_ps3/<path>&to=<destination>?restart.ps3 - copy file or folder to destination path, then restart the console

      <path> now support wildcards like /dev_hdd0/folder/*.ext (multiple * are not supported)

      NOTE: /copy.ps3 does not overwrite existing files with the same file size. /copy_ps3 always overwrites.

      /copy.ps3/net0/***PS3***/<anyfolder> - Create a Bluray ISO in hdd0 from a remote folder
      /copy.ps3/net0/***PS3***/<anyfolder>&to=<path/file.iso> - Create a Bluray ISO from a remote folder
      /copy.ps3/net0/***DVD***/<anyfolder> - Create a DVD ISO in hdd0 from a remote folder
      /copy.ps3/net0/***DVD***/<anyfolder>&to=<path/file.iso> - Create a DVD ISO from a remote folder

      /cpy.ps3/<path> - store path for copy operation using /paste.ps3
      /cut.ps3/<path> - store path for move operation using /paste.ps3
      /paste.ps3/<destination> - copy or move file/folder to destination path

      /delete_ps3/<path> - delete files in path (non recursive)
      /delete.ps3/<path> - delete file, folder and subfolders
      /delete_ps3/<path>?restart.ps3 - delete files in path (non recursive), then restart the console
      /delete.ps3/<path>?restart.ps3 - delete file, folder and subfolders, then restart the console

      Note: <path> now support wildcards like /dev_hdd0/folder/*.ext (multiple * are not supported)

      /delete.ps3?history - delete history files
      /delete.ps3?wmconfig - delete /dev_hdd0/tmp/wmconfig.bin
      /delete.ps3?wmtmp - delete /dev_hdd0/tmp/wmtmp
      /delete.ps3?reset - delete /dev_hdd0/tmp/wmtmp and /dev_hdd0/tmp/wmconfig.bin
      /delete.ps3?uninstall - delete files & folders installed by webMAN MOD

      /rename.ps3/<path>|<destination> - rename/move a file/folder to destination path
      /rename.ps3/<path>&to=<destination> - rename/move a file/folder to destination path
      /rename.ps3/<path>|<destination>?restart.ps3 - rename/move a file/folder to destination path, then restart the console
      /rename.ps3/<path>&to=<destination>?restart.ps3 - same as above

      /move.ps3/<path1>|<path2> - move path1 to path2
      /move.ps3/<path1>&to=<path2> - move path1 & path2
      /move.ps3/<path1>|<path2>?restart.ps3 - move path1 & path2, then restart the console
      /move.ps3/<path1>&to=<path2>?restart.ps3 - same as above
      /move.ps3/<path1>/*<text>&to=<path2> - move all files in path1 containing text to path2

      /swap.ps3/<file1>|<file2> - swap files file1 & file2
      /swap.ps3/<file1>&to=<file2> - swap files file1 & file2
      /swap.ps3/<file1>|<file2>?restart.ps3 - swap files file1 & file2, then restart the console
      /swap.ps3/<file1>&to=<file2>?restart.ps3 - same as above

      /edit.ps3/<path> - edit text file (limited up to 2000 bytes or less)
      IMPORTANT: if the file contains too many special characters, the file could be truncated. A .bak file is created on save.
      /edit.ps3?f=<path>&t=<text> - create/save a file

      /mkdir.ps3 - create default paths on /dev_hdd0
      /mkdir.ps3/<path> - create a new folder

      /rmdir.ps3 - clean history & delete default paths (empty folders)
      /rmdir.ps3/<path> - delete an empty folder

      /dev_blind - auto mount dev_blind
      /dev_blind? - show dev_blind status
      /dev_blind?1 - force mount dev_blind
      /dev_blind?0 - unmount dev_blind

      /dev_hdd1 - auto mount dev_hdd1

      /md5.ps3/<path> - show MD5 of a file (useful to verify uploads)

    • /videorec.ps3 - toggle video recording (in-game)
      /videorec.ps3?<params> - set video & audio formats: {mp4, jpeg, psp, hd, avc, aac, pcm, 64, 128, 384, 512, 768, 1024, 1536, 2048}
      /videorec.ps3/<path> - record the video to the specified file path on /dev_hdd0
      /videorec.ps3?<path>&video=<format>&audio=<format>

      /klic.ps3 - get klicensee of edats
      /klic.ps3?auto - turn on auto log on /dev_hdd0/klic.log
      /klic.ps3?off - turn off auto log
      /klic.ps3?log - toggle auto log

      /sysbgm.ps3 - toggle in-game background music playback (must be turned off before quit game)
      /sysbgm.ps3?1 - enable in-game background music
      /sysbgm.ps3?0 - disable in-game background music
      /sysbgm.ps3?status - show in-game background music status

      /browser.ps3$ingame_screenshot - enable ingame screenshot (same as R2+O)

    • /install.ps3/<pkg-path> - install a pkg stored in the path specified and delete the pkg after installation
      /install_ps3/<pkg-path> install & keep the pkg
      /install.ps3/<pkg-path>? - Navigates to installation path if it already exists. Otherwise installs the pkg.
      /install.ps3?url=<url> download, auto-install pkg and delete the pkg after installation
      /install_ps3?url=<url> download, auto-install pkg and keep the pkg in /dev_hdd0/packages

      /install.ps3/<p3t-path> install & keep the p3t theme (a copy will be created in hdd0/theme)

      /install_ps3/<pkg-path>?restart.ps3 install & keep the pkg, then restart the console
      /install.ps3?url=<url>?restart.ps3 download, auto-install pkg, delete the pkg, then restart the console

      /install.ps3 - Shows a GUI to select & install a pkg stored in /dev_hdd0/packages
      /install.ps3$ - Shows a GUI to select & install the addons stored in /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_res
      /install.ps3/<folder-path> - Shows a GUI to select & install a pkg stored in the path specified

      /download.ps3?url=<url> - download a file (e.g. a pkg) from the url to /dev_hdd0/packages
      /download.ps3?to=<path>&url=<url> - download any file from the url to the path specified

      /browser.ps3?<url> - open url on PS3 web browser
      /browser.ps3/<path> - open local url on ps3 web browser (e.g. /browser.ps3/cpursx.ps3)

      /play.ps3<script-file> - Execute script file. Must have .txt or .bat extension
      /play.ps3?col=<col-name>&seg=<xmb-item-id> - Go to an XMB item and open it.
      col = game / video / friend / psn / network / music / photo / tv

      /browser.ps3$<cmd> - execute explore_plugin XMB command
      /browser.ps3*<cmd> - execute xmb_plugin command

      /browser.ps3$vsh_menu - Toggle VSH Menu
      /browser.ps3$slaunch - Toggle sLaunch Menu

      /browser.ps3$screenshot_xmb/<path> - capture XMB screen and save it to the specified path


    • /home.ps3mapi - ps3mapi home
      /led.ps3mapi - manage leds
      /buzzer.ps3mapi - ring the PS3 buzzer

      /setmem.ps3mapi
      - set value to process memory
      /getmem.ps3mapi - get value to process memory

      /vshplugin.ps3mapi
      - list, load & unload vsh plugins from memory
      /vshplugin.ps3mapi?s=0 - save currently loaded vsh plugins to boot_plugins.txt
      *0=boot_plugins.txt, 1=mamba_plugins.txt, 2=prx_plugins.txt, 3=plugins.txt

      /gameplugin.ps3mapi - list, load & unload in-game plugins from memory

      /loadprx.ps3/<path> - load prx in slot 6
      /loadprx.ps3?slot=<n>&prx=<path> - load sprx in the specifed slot (default slot 6)

      /unloadprx.ps3?slot=
      <n> - unload prx from slot number
      /unloadprx.ps3?prx=<name> - unload prx by process name
      /unloadprx.ps3/<path> - unload prx by path

      /browser.ps3$rsx_pause - pause rsx processor (pause system)
      /browser.ps3$rsx_continue - continue rsx processor

      /peek.lv2?<address> - peek lv2 memory address
      /poke.lv2?<address>=<value> - poke value into lv2 memory address
      /find.lv2?<start-address>=<hex-value-to-find> - find a value in lv2 memory starting from an address
      /find.lv2?<start-address>=<hex-value-to-find># - find a value in aligned lv2 memory starting from an address (4X faster)

      /peek.lv1?<address> - peek lv1 memory address
      /poke.lv1?<address>=<value> - poke value into lv1 memory address
      /find.lv1?<start-address>=<hex-value-to-find> - find a value in lv1 memory starting from an address
      /find.lv1?<start-address>=<hex-value-to-find># - find a value in aligned lv1 memory starting from an address (4X faster)

      /dump.ps3?lv1 - dump lv1 memory (16MB)
      /dump.ps3?lv2 - dump lv2 memory (8MB)
      /dump.ps3?full - dump full memory (256MB)
      /dump.ps3?rsx - dump rsx memory (256MB)
      /dump.ps3?<start-address>&size=<n> - dump n megabytes from the specified memory address

    • /popup.ps3 - display systeminfo. ( same as :but select:+:but start: )
      /popup.ps3/<text> - display popup message

      /notify.ps3mapi - show an on-screen notification

      /chat.ps3 - chat in local network (this feature is not longer available on distributed binaries)

      /admin.ps3? - show 'admin mode' status
      /admin.ps3?disabled - switches to 'user mode' (blocks ftp server and some functions are limited)
      /admin.ps3?enabled&pwd=<password> - switches to 'admin mode' (if password is correct)

      /wait.ps3?<secs> - wait n seconds. Can be used in a multi-commands request.
      /wait.ps3/<path> - wait for a path or file. Maximum wait is 60 seconds.

      /cpursx_ps3 - show cpu/rsx temperature only

      /minver.ps3 - show minimum firmware version you can downgrade

      /rebuild.ps3 - rebuild database
      /recovery.ps3 - enter into pseudo recovery mode (only works on NOR-FLASH PS3 consoles)

      /browser.ps3$toggle_rebug_mode - select REBUG Mode Debug XMB
      /browser.ps3$toggle_normal_mode - select Normal Mode (CEX vsh.self)
      /browser.ps3$toggle_debug_menu - toggle between DEX Debug Menu and CEX QA Menu (sysconf_plugin.sprx)

      /browser.ps3$toggle_cobra - toggle cobra stage2 in dev_flash (webMAN is not loaded on startup)
      /browser.ps3$toggle_ps2emu - swap ps2emus in dev_flash

      /browser.ps3$enable_classic_ps2_mode - enable ps2 classic flag (old Rebug only)
      /browser.ps3$disable_classic_ps2_mode - disable ps2 classic flag

      /pad.ps3?<buttons> - press buttons on the virtual pad
      /pad.ps3?off - turns off virtual pad
      /pad.ps3?hold<buttons> - keeps the specified buttons pressed
      /pad.ps3?release - release all the buttons

      /pad.ps3?cross=enter - Sets X as enter, O as cancel (PS3 is rebooted)
      /pad.ps3?cross=swap - Swaps the behavior of X and O (PS3 is rebooted)
      /pad.ps3?circle=enter - Sets O as enter, X as cancel (PS3 is rebooted)
      /pad.ps3?circle=swap - Swaps the behavior of X and O (PS3 is rebooted)

      /combo.ps3?<button> - simulate press buttons without produce the pad event (used to call combos)

    • The following commands are supported by webMAN's batch script files (text files with extension .bat) and the startup script commands: /dev_hdd0/boot_init.txt and /dev_hdd0/autoexec.bat (boot_init.txt run when the plugin loads, autoexec.bat run after ftp/http servers)

      Note: The batch script files can be launched manually or via combo with /play.ps3<path>.bat

      if/elseif/else/end - block of commands for conditional execution
      if exist <path>
      if not exist <path>
      if L1
      if R1
      abort if exist <path>
      abort if not exist <path>
      map <path>=<path> or map <path>,<path>
      unmap <path>
      md <path>
      del <path>
      copy <path>=<path> or copy <path>,<path>
      move <path>=<path> or move <path>,<path>
      swap <path>=<path> or swap <path>,<path>
      list <path>=<output-file> or list <path>,<output-file>
      ren <path>=<path>
      wait <1-9 secs>
      wait <path> - wait for path. e.g. wait until file USB drive is mounted
      lwait <path> - long wait
      logfile <path> - Sets the file name for the log file
      log <text> - Writes a text to the log file
      popup <text>
      beep1 / beep2 / beep3
      mute coldboot
      - mutes the cold boot sound

      All web commands can be used in the script:
      e.g. /mount.ps3<path>

      copy, move, del, ren now support wildcard like /dev_hdd0/folder/*.ext and recursive subfolders scan.

      The batch script should be smaller than 64KB and less than 1000 lines.


    • [​IMG]

      How to setup of Photo GUI:
      1- Enable PS3HEN or on CFW install Mamba from boot_mamba.pkg, disable Cobra and reboot.
      2- Go to http://127.0.0.1/setup.ps3 and put a check mark on Photo GUI option. It should be checked by default.
      3- Also check Auto-Play option and press SAVE button.
      4- Create the folder PICTURE (all uppercase) in /dev_usb000 (aka /dev_usb000/PICTURE)
      5- Refresh XML using SELECT+L3
      • The covers of the games detected will be copied automatically to sub-folders in /dev_usb000/PICTURE
      • If the image already exists in /dev_usb000/PICTURE, the image is not copied (saving few seconds in the scanning)
      6- Go to Photo column, browse to the USB device, copy all the images from the folders PS3ISO, PS2ISO, etc. to HDD.
      7- Go to the new folders created on HDD and rename them to PS3ISO, PS2ISO, etc. (the album name doesn't matter)

      How to use Photo GUI:
      Once the images are installed on the hdd0, you just need to go to Photo column and hold START for few seconds on the image of game that you want to mount. The page will close automatically, mount the game and launch it.

      Note: It only works for the images stored in hdd0. The images on USB need to be copied to HDD0 before you can use them.

      How to stop using Photo GUI:
      go to http://127.0.0.1/setup.ps3 uncheck the option Photo GUI and SAVE.
      It will not create the images on /dev_usb000/PICTURE and if you press START on the photos it will not launch the games.


    • webMAN MOD offers 5 different modes to control the temperature of your PS3 system:
      • DYNAMIC (AUTO)
      • AUTO #2
      • MANUAL
      • PS2 Manual
      • SYSCON
      It is recommended that you try different values and stick to the settings that suits better to your environment and condition of your console. If the temperature keep increasing too much, consider to change the thermal paste.

      It is generally accepted that the normal temperature for the PS3 is between 65°C and 75°C. Any temperature below that range is desirable. Above 75°C for long periods can damage the internal components in mid or long term.

      DYNAMIC (AUTO)
      This is the default mode selected when you install the webMAN MOD for the first time.
      In this mode you set a target (max) temperature, and the plugin will increase/decrease the fan speed dynamically until the target temperature is reached. The default is 68°C. This temperature is optimal if you only play movies or games with low demand of resources. If the temperature varies suddenly, the fan speed will change rapidly to keep the temperature.

      On games with high demand resources (TLoU, GT6, GTAV, etc.) the system temperature may increase up to 78°C and the fan will sound like a jet. For these games, it is suggested to increase the target to a value that is near to the real maximum temperature (e.g. 75°C).

      The target temperature can be configured in-game using the combos: SELECT+LEFT / SELECT+RIGHT

      AUTO #2

      This new algorithm is just an alternative method to cool your system in a less aggressive way than the original dynamic fan controller. It does its job but it may not be suitable for all users if the temperature have frequent variations. It's intended to avoid the "jet engine" effect.

      In this mode, the fan speed is set proportionally to the current temperature with these 4 simple rules:
      - If temp < 60°C, the system will use SYSCON mode (ideal for cool environments)
      - Between 60°C and 69°C, the fan speed will be 31% + 2% per degree
      - Between 70°C and 78°C, the fan speed will be 50% + 5% per degree
      - Above 78°C, then fan speed will be set to 98%

      These are the values:
      60°C=31%, 61°C=33%, 62°C=35%, 63°C=37%, 64°C=39%, 65°C=41%, 66°C=43%, 67°C=45%, 68°C=47%, 69°C=49%
      70°C=50%, 71°C=55%, 72°C=60%, 73°C=65%, 74°C=70%, 75°C=75%, 76°C=80%, 77°C=85%, 78°C=90%,+79°C=98%

      It is the same algorithm implemented in the internal fan controller of MAMBA 8.2

      For 60°C and above, the fan speed will be equal or greater than the minimum fan speed.
      e.g. If min fan speed = 40%, between 60°C and 64°C the fan speed will be set to 40%.

      MANUAL
      This mode sets a constant fan speed. The default fan speed for this mode is 35%. If this mode is used, it is suggested to use a fan speed above the normal to avoid overheating if there is a high demand of resources. e.g. 45% is preferred by some users.

      The manual fan speed can be configured in-game using the combos: SELECT+UP / SELECT+DOWN

      PS2 Manual
      This mode sets a constant fan speed when PS2 emulator is used. The default fan speed for this mode is 40%. If this mode is used, it is suggested to use a fan speed above the normal to avoid overheating if there is a high demand of resources.

      The dynamic fan mode cannot be used when the PS2 emulator (VSH and all plugins are unloaded). That's why PS2 Manual is used.

      SYSCON
      This is the stock mode of the PS3. The main issue with this mode is that it uses slow fan speeds for a very quiet operation but with a higher temperature of the processors, that may result in a reduced life of the console.



    • The following are the standard paths for the different content types supported by webMAN MOD.

      The ISO folders support subdirectories, except NET folders that only support single letter subdirectories.

      /dev_ms, /dev_cf, /dev_sd are also supported on phat models where it says /dev_usb***

      GAMES and GAMEZ folders are for games with extracted files (aka Jailbreak folders)

      Content Type Path
      PS3/dev_hdd0/GAMES
      /dev_hdd0/GAMEZ
      /dev_hdd0/PS3ISO

      /dev_usb***/GAMES
      /dev_usb***/GAMEZ
      /dev_usb***/PS3ISO

      /ntfs*/PS3ISO

      /net*/PS3ISO
      PS2/dev_hdd0/PS2ISO

      /dev_usb***/PS2ISO(this copy the content to hdd0)
      /ntfs*/PS2ISO (this copy the content to hdd0)
      /net*/PS2ISO (this copy the content to hdd0)
      PSX/dev_hdd0/PSXISO
      /dev_hdd0/PSXGAMES

      /dev_usb***/PSXISO
      /dev_usb***/PSXGAMES

      /ntfs*/PSXISO
      /ntfs*/PSXGAMES

      /net*/PSXISO
      /net*/PSXGAMES
      PSP/dev_hdd0/PSPISO
      /dev_usb***/PSPISO

      /dev_usb***/ISO

      /ntfs*/PSPISO (this copy the content to hdd0)
      /net*/PSPISO (this copy the content to hdd0)
      DVD/dev_hdd0/DVDISO
      /dev_usb***/DVDISO

      /ntfs*/DVDISO
      /net*/DVDISO
      BluRay/dev_hdd0/BDISO
      /dev_usb***/BDISO

      /ntfs*/BDISO
      /net*/BDISO
      Package Files (*.pkg)/ntfs*/PKG
      /ntfs*/Packages
      Movies (*.mp4, *.avi)/ntfs*/VIDEO
      /ntfs*/MOVIES
      PSN games/dev_hdd0/game
      /dev_usb***/GAMEI
      ROMS require RetroArch and PKGLAUNCHER installed.
      • Note not all cores play well on the PS3 (large majority play at full speed)
        PATHEMULATOR (Libretro Core)
        /ROMS/SNES/snes9x2010_libretro_ps3.SELF
        snes9x_next_libretro_ps3.SELF
        snes9x2005_plus_libretro_ps3.SELF
        snes9x2005_libretro_ps3.SELF
        snes9x_libretro_ps3.SELF
        mednafen_snes_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/SNES9X/snes9x_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/SNES9X2005/snes9x2005_plus_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/SNES9X2010/snes9x2010_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/SNES9X_NEXT/snes9x_next_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/MSNES/mednafen_snes_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/NES/fceumm_libretro_ps3.SELF
        nestopia_libretro_ps3.SELF
        quicknes_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/FCEUMM/fceumm_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/NESTOPIA/nestopia_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/QNES/quicknes_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/GEN
        /ROMS/GENESIS/
        genesis_plus_gx_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/MEGAD
        /ROMS/MEGADRIVE/
        genesis_plus_gx_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/GG
        /ROMS/GGEAR
        gearsystem_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/GBA/vba_next_libretro_ps3.SELF
        mgba_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/VBA/vba_next_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/MGBA/mgba_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/GB/gambatte_libretro_ps3.SELF
        gearboy_libretro_ps3.SELF
        tgbdual_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/GBC/gambatte_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/GEARBOY/gearboy_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/GAMBATTE/gambatte_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/TGBDUAL/tgbdual_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/ATARI/stella_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/FBA/fb_alpha_libretro_ps3.SELF
        fbalpha_libretro_ps3.SELF
        fbalpha2012_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/FBA2012/fbalpha2012_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/MAME/mame078_libretro_ps3.SELF
        mame2000_libretro_ps3.SELF
        mame2003_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/MAME078/mame078_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/MAME2000/mame2000_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/MAME2003/mame2003_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/QUAKE/tyrquake_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/DOOM/prboom_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/PCE/mednafen_pce_fast_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/PCFX/mednafen_pcfx_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/NGP/mednafen_ngp_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/VBOY/mednafen_vb_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/WSWAM/mednafen_wswan_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/SGX/mednafen_supergrafx_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/ATARI2600/stella_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/ATARI5200/atari800_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/ATARI7800/prosystem_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/HATARI/hatari_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/LYNX/mednafen_lynx_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/JAGUARvirtualjaguar_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/AMIGA/puae_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/VICE/vice_x64_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/FMSX/fmsx_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/BMSX/bluemsx_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/LUA/lutro_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/ZX81/81_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/FUSE/fuse_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/GW/gw_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/O2EMo2em_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/HANDYhandy_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/NXENGINEnxengine_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/DOSBOX/dosbox_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/VECX/vecx_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/INTV/freeintv_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/2048/2048_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/POKEMINI/pokemini_libretro_ps3.SELF
        /ROMS/THEODORE/theodore_libretro_ps3.SELF


    Notes:
    * Multiple commands can be executed in a single query. Separate them using a semicolon (;)
    * The maximum length allowed for a http request is 2KB.

    Combos


    • :but l2: + :but start: = Play Disc (Launches the mounted game from XMB)
      :but r2: + :but start: = Play /app_home/PS3_GAME/ (Launches apps or the mounted game from XMB)

      :but select:+:but r2:+:but cir: = Quick install the next pkg file in /dev_hdd0/packages (install from XMB)


      :but select:+:but l3: = Refresh XML with no extended content profile (0)

      :but select:+:but l3:+:but l1:+:but r1: = Refresh XML + Reload XMB (if the app is installed)

      List Games for Extended Content Profile <n> = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4:

      :but select:+:but l3:+:but r2: = Refresh XML + profile1 (normal folders + /GAMES_1, /PS3ISO_1, etc.)
      :but select:+:but l3:+:but l2: = Refresh XML + profile2 (normal folders + /GAMES_2, /PS3ISO_2, etc.)
      :but select:+:but l3:+:but r1: = Refresh XML + profile3 (normal folders + /GAMES_3, /PS3ISO_3, etc.)
      :but select:+:but l3:+:but l1: = Refresh XML + profile4 (normal folders + /GAMES_4, /PS3ISO_4, etc.)

      Note: If webMAN Games menu was accessed, you'll need to restart the console or return to XMB to see the changes.


      :but r2:+:but cir: = Cancel copy / cancel fix game / show idps/idps + enable in-game screenshot


    • :but select: + :but start: = Shows System info. Shows almost the same info as /cpursx.ps3


      :but select: + :but start: + :but r2:
      = Shows in-game info (game name / play time) or fix/copy progress


      :but l3:+:but r2:+:but start: = Toggle fan control on/off (syscon mode)


      :but select:+:dir right: = Increase maximum temperature (switch to dynamic fan mode)
      :but select:+:dir left: = Decrease maximum temperature (switch to dynamic fan mode)


      :but select:+:dir up:
      = Increase fan speed (switch to manual fan mode)
      :but select:+:dir down: = Decrease fan speed (switch to manual fan mode)

    • :but select:+:but r1: = Mount next game in Last Game list

      :but select:+:but l1:
      = Mount previous game in Last Game list


      :but select:+:but r2:+:but square: = Mount root of /net0 as /dev_bdvd

      :but select:+:but l2:+:but square: = Mount root of /net1 as /dev_bdvd



      :but select:+:but square: = Toggle External Game Data

      :but select:+:but cir:
      = Unmount the currently mounted ISO or folder

    • :but l2:+:but r2:+:but cir: = Open File Manager


      :but l2:+:but r2:+:but r1:+:but cir: = Open Games List (/index.ps3)

      :but l2:+:but r2:+:but l1:+:but cir:
      = Open System Info (/cpursx.ps3)

      :but l2:+:but r2:+:but l1:+:but r1:+:but cir:
      = Open Setup (/setup.ps3)

    • :but l3:+:but r2:+:but cir: = Restart console
      :but l3:+:but r1:+:but cir:
      = Restart console (vsh restart)

      :but l3:+:but r2:+:but x:
      = Shutdown console
      :but l3:+:but r1:+:but x:
      = Shutdown console (turn off using vsh call)


      :but l3:+:but r3:+:but r2: = Unloads webMAN MOD (sets fan to PS2 mode if dynamic fan mode is selected)


      :but select:+:but l3:+:but l2:+:but r2: = FAIL SAFE (deletes /dev_hdd0/boot_plugins.txt & reboot)

      :but select:+:but r3:+:but l2:+:but r2:
      = Reset SAFE (deletes webMAN MOD config file & reboot)

    • :but r2:+:but tri: = Disable CFW syscalls

      :but r2:+:but cir:
      = Cancel copy / cancel fix game / show idps/psid + enable in-game screenshot

      :but r2:+:but square:
      = Performs custom combo (default: Block online servers)


      :but l3:+:but r3:+:but r2: = Unloads webMAN MOD (this combo is used also by PSN patch to enable PSN access)

    • :but select:+:but r3: = Toggle in-game video recorder

      :but select:+:but r3:+:but l2: = Select video rec setting

      :but select:+:but r3:+:but r2: = Change value of the selected video rec setting



      :but l2: + :but r2: + :but select: + :but start: = Capture XMB screenshot (full edition only)

    • :but select:+:but l2:+:but r2: = Switch PS2EMU

      :but select:+:but l2:+:but tri: = Toggle PS2CLASSIC flag file


      :but l3:+:but l2:+:but tri: = Toggle COBRA (webMAN will not load when system starts when Cobra is disabled)

      :but l3:+:but l2:+:but square: = REBUG Mode Switcher (toggles VSH to Rebug mode)

      :but l3:+:but l2:+:but cir: = Normal Mode Switcher (toggles VSH to Normal mode)

      :but l3:+:but l2:+:but x: = DEBUG Menu Switcher (toggle sysconf_plugin.sprx between CEX/DEX)

    • :but r2:+:but square: = Performs custom combo (default: Block online servers)


      Supported custom combo file names:
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_r2_square
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_r2_triangle
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_r2_circle
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_select_square
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_select_circle
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_select_l1
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_select_r1
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_select_r2_circle
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_l2_r2
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_l2_r2_circle
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_l2_r2_r1_circle
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_l2_r2_l1_circle
      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_combo/wm_custom_l2_r2_l1_r1_circle

      /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_custom_combo (this is the old file name - instead use wm_custom_r2_square)




    Plugin Memory Usage allocated during scanning of XML (grouped content):

    Mem. ProfilePS3PSXPSP*PS2BLU**Total AllocFTP
    • MIN
    128K32K32K64K64K256K128K
    • MIN in Lite Edition
    192K32K32k64K64K320K128K
    • MIN+
    320K32K32k64K64K512K128K
    • Standard
    448K160K32k64K192K896K128K
    • MAX
    640K256K64K128K192K1280K256K
    • Max PS3+
    1088K32K32K64K64K1280K128K
    • Max PSX+
    368K720K64K64K64K1280K128K
    • Max BLU+
    368K64K64K64K720K1280K128K
    • Max PSP+
    368K64K720K64K64K1280K128K
    * If ROMS group is enabled, the memory allocated for PSP is shared with the ROMS group (50%).
    ** The Bluray group lists content for DVDISO, BDISO and BDFILE (this include pkg & videos stored in ntfs)

    Each 64K allows the listing of *approximately* 100 games.

    Use [MC] option to extend the memory up to 3MB using memory from a VSH memory container
    TIP: The container 4 - bg is recommended.

    This is the memory allocated to each group when [MC] is selected:
    PSX = 384KB or 768KB if MAX PSX+ is selected
    PSP = 128KB or 768KB if MAX PSP+ is selected
    PS2 = 256KB or 768KB if MAX PS2+ is selected
    BLU = 512KB or 768KB if MAX BLU+ is selected;
    PS3 = 1792KB or the remaining memory to complete 3072KB (3MB)

    ROMS group allocates the same memory allocated for PS3 for each emulator directory.​

    The extended memory is used during ftp file transfers, scanning of content & listing of files.

    Differences Between Editions

    FullLiteRebug/Cobra/PS3MAPInonCobra/CCAPI

    • ISO SUPPORT
    • REX_SUPPORT

    • MULTI23
    • NETHOST SUPPORT

    • PS3MAPI

    • DEX_SUPPORT
    • DECR_SUPPORT

    • ISO SUPPORT


    • ENGLISH_ONLY
    • NO NETHOST



    • DEX_SUPPORT

    • ISO SUPPORT
    • REX_SUPPORT**

    • MULTI23
    • NET SUPPORT
    • PS3MAPI*
    • DEX_SUPPORT

    • NO ISO SUPPORT
    • MULTI23
    • NO NETHOST
    • DEX_SUPPORT
    • DECR_SUPPORT

    • FIX_GAME
    • EXT_GDATA
    • COPY_PS3
    • DEBUG_MEM
    • VIDEO_REC
    • LOAD_PRX
    • FAKEISO
    • BDVD_REGION
    • REMOVE_SYSCALLS
    • SPOOF_CONSOLEID
    • VIRTUAL_PAD
    • WM_REQUEST
    • GET_KLICENSEE
    • PS3_BROWSER
    • AUTO_POWER_OFF
    • OFFLINE_INGAME
    • SYS_ADMIN_MODE
    • PKG_LAUNCHER
    • PKG_HANDLER

    • EXT_GDATA
    • REMOVE_SYSCALLS
    • AUTO_POWER_OFF
    • OFFLINE_INGAME
    • SYS_ADMIN_MODE
    • PKG_LAUNCHER
    • PKG_HANDLER

    • FIX_GAME
    • EXT_GDATA
    • COPY_PS3
    • DEBUG_MEM
    • VIDEO_REC
    • LOAD_PRX
    • FAKEISO
    • BDVD_REGION
    • REMOVE_SYSCALLS
    • SPOOF_CONSOLEID
    • VIRTUAL_PAD
    • WM_REQUEST
    • GET_KLICENSEE
    • PS3_BROWSER
    • AUTO_POWER_OFF
    • OFFLINE_INGAME
    • SYS_ADMIN_MODE
    • PKG_LAUNCHER
    • PKG_HANDLER
    • EMBED_JS (Rebug)

    • FIX_GAME
    • EXT_GDATA
    • COPY_PS3
    • DEBUG_MEM
    • VIDEO_REC
    • LOAD_PRX

    • BDVD_REGION
    • REMOVE_SYSCALLS
    • SPOOF_CONSOLEID
    • VIRTUAL_PAD
    • WM_REQUEST
    • GET_KLICENSEE
    • PS3_BROWSER
    • AUTO_POWER_OFF

    • SYS_ADMIN_MODE

    • PKG_HANDLER

    • XMB_SCREENSHOT
    • SWAP_KERNEL
    • WM_CUSTOM_COMBO
    • NET3NET4
    • PS3NET_SERVER
    • PS2_DISC
    • NOSINGSTAR
    • CALC_MD5
    • LAUNCHPAD
    **REX support is installed when Rebug CFW is detected.

    For more info about the meaning of these features, refer to the flags folder in the project's source @ github.
     
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    Totally cool. An updated & exhaustive list of available commands in wMM....

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    Wow! I missed time when you edited it like this. Really nice work! Clean, simple, and well explained (and in psx-place "tabs and smiles" style). Thanks for that @aldostools .
     
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    @aldostools made your post #1 and linked it from the main webMAN info thread... Nice work
     
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    @aldostools /shutdown.ps3 is same way of turning off PS3 like :but l3:+:but r2:+:but x: or is using vsh call way:but l3:+:but r1:+:but x: ? Btw, turning off ps3 from XMB is using that vsh call way? Right?
     
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    /shutdown.ps3 = L3+R2+X (shutdown with syscall 379)
    {system_call_4(379, 0x1100, 0, 0, 0);}

    /shutdown.ps3? = L3+R1+X (vsh shutdown)
    vshmain_87BB0001(1);

    IIRC, Power Off option in XMB uses vsh call.
     
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    Ok, so how would one fix Webman, if it has removed its own folders, such as webman settings and ps3 games folder. Only has the "webman games" folder in xmb. after clicking on it, nothing shows, as if it struggles or cannot load them. I use shortcuts a lot, could it be one that Ive disabled webman from loading? without webman I need to go to mmcm, just to load the games i have. any idea how to fix?
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    You cannot use a web command to restore webMAN-MOD if it is at least partially uninstalled.
    Just download the latest updater from
    github.com/aldostools/webMAN-MOD/releases/tag/1.45.04
    Install the pkg.
    Launch the updater app. Remember there are various editions of wMM. There is a list of features per edition in the OP of the wMM general information thread.
    If you want to install the Full Edition, you should keep pressing the L1 gamepad button from the moment you launch the update to the moment the console reboots.

    Use the opportunity to update prepNTFS to 1.17 if you use it. It can be downloaded from the same github.com page.
     
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    I don't think this list is up to date now : for example, the new new combo shortcut SELECT+R3+L2+R2 that loads video_rec.sprx and unloads webMAN MOD.
     
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    There is a Custom combo to add screenshot? like i press the combo and it automatically screenshot? i want to make a screenshot of the XMB or Rec the XMB, both of them
     
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    If you want to take a screenshot of the XMB you can with the VSH menu
    http://www.psx-place.com/threads/webman-vsh-menu.3161/

    You wont be able to record the XMB, webMAN MOD will record some games (some as high memory games will not record PS3 oes not have enough resources on some games)
     
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    Just make one yourself, use the custom combo textbox & fill it with any web command from the web command list.
    For instance:
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    GET /browser.ps3$screenshot_xmb/<path>
    then use the custom combo with your game pad to trigger it.
     
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    I tried
    GET /browser.ps3$screenshot_xmb/dev_hdd0/photo/

    and some others paths and it only show the notification "screenshot_xmb/dev_hdd0/photo/" and doesnt save anything
     
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    Try passing a file path instead of a folder path...
    Or pass no path at all & get ss on /dev_hdd0
     
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    @aldostools
    Hi buddy. I'm doing some development for the 'webMAN Classics Maker'. I have one problem though, when passing web-commands via the 'launch.txt' I manage to boot images w/o problem using single commands (/play.ps3/dev_hdd0/PS2ISO/game.iso), but I never managed to chain multiple commands (i.e. separating them with semicolon). Is this feature broken or do you have an example for me?

    Thank you very much, I appreciate your work!

    EDIT:
    same with the latest version using launch.txt in PKGLAUNCH
     
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    Nice...gotta explore these...

    Oh...any commands should be started with http://localhost/...
     
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    Tested it, really nice!

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