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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by wth » Tue Aug 13, 2013 1:49 pm

+#define VITAMTP_PROTOCOL_FW_2_60 1600010
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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by codestation » Thu Aug 22, 2013 2:09 pm

Made a quick wireshark dissector for the vitamtp protocol and thought that it can be useful for somebody instead of leaving the code on my hdd. Useful for some debugging, i guess:

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by yifanlu » Thu Aug 22, 2013 4:49 pm

Nice job! I have some code I can push upstream, but not at this moment for security reasons.

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by PS3Y2kvirus » Tue Nov 19, 2013 12:58 am

Would you be able to post simple directions on terminal commands Yifan Lu?
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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by SMOKE » Tue Nov 19, 2013 1:35 am

PS3Y2kvirus wrote:Would you be able to post simple directions on terminal commands Yifan Lu?
Here:

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smoke@smoke:~$ opencma --help
usage: opencma [wireless|usb] paths [options]
   mode
       wireless    Listen for Wifi connection
       usb         Listen for USB connection (default)
   paths
       -p path     Path to photos
       -v path     Path to videos
       -m path     Path to music
       -a path     Path to apps
   options
       -u path     Path to local URL mappings
       -l level    logging level, number 1-4.
                   1 = error, 2 = info, 3 = verbose, 4 = debug
       -h          Show this help text

additional information:

   All paths must be specified. Please note that having larger
   directories means that OpenCMA will run slower and use more memory.
   This is because OpenCMA doesn't have an external database and builds
   (and keeps) its database in memory. If you try to run OpenCMA with
   paths that contains lots of files and directories it may quickly run
   out of memory. Also beware that using the same path for multiple data
   types (photos and videos, for example) is undefined behavior. It can
   result in files not showing up without a manual database refresh
   (CTRL+Z). Modifying the directory as OpenCMA is running may also
   result in the same behavior.

   URL mappings allow you to redirect Vita's URL download requests to
   some file locally. This can be used to, for example, change the file
   for firmware upgrading when you choose to update the Vita via USB. The
   Vita may request http://example.com/PSP2UPDAT.PUP and if you use the
   option '-u /path/to/fw' then OpenCMA will send
   /path/to/fw/PSP2UPDAT.PUP to the Vita. You do NOT need to do this for
   psp2-updatelist.xml to bypass the update prompt because that file is
   built in to OpenCMA for your convenience. If you do wish to  send a
   custom psp2-updatelist.xml, you can.

   There are four logging levels that you can select with the '-l'
   option. '-l 1' is the default and will only show critical error
   messages. '-l 2' will allow you to see more of the behind-the-scenes
   process such as what file is being sent and so on. '-l 3' will, in
   addition, display advanced information like what event the Vita is
   sending over, and is for the curious minded. '-l 4' will log
   EVERYTHING including the raw USB traffic to and from the device.
   PLEASE use this option when you are filing a bug report and attach the
   output so the issue can be resolved quickly. Please note that more
   logging means OpenCMA will run slower.

smoke@smoke:~$ 

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by PS3Y2kvirus » Tue Nov 19, 2013 1:43 am

Okay so i would type in the terminal opencma usb -p home/photo/pic.jpg i kind of get lost around there, not sure where i would specify where to send the pic to on the vita or if thats how it works?
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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by SMOKE » Tue Nov 19, 2013 2:05 am

PS3Y2kvirus wrote:Okay so i would type in the terminal opencma usb -p home/photo/pic.jpg i kind of get lost around there, not sure where i would specify where to send the pic to on the vita or if thats how it works?
Heres an example with what mine is:

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opencma usb -p /home/smoke/Pictures/ -v /home/smoke/Videos/ -m /home/smoke/Music/ -a /home/smoke/VitaMTP/ -u /home/smoke/VitaMTP/
Also, use the following xml for this:

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<update_data_list>
<region id="au">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="eu">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="jp">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="kr">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="mx">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="ru">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="tw">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="uk">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="us">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
</update_data_list>
Name it psp2-updatelist.xml

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by PS3Y2kvirus » Tue Nov 19, 2013 2:39 am

Heres an example with what mine(smoke) is:

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opencma usb -p /home/smoke/Pictures/ -v /home/smoke/Videos/ -m /home/smoke/Music/ -a /home/smoke/VitaMTP/ -u /home/smoke/VitaMTP/
so the above code tells opencma the location(directories) of all media for transfor on the pc.

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opencma usb -p /home/psvita/Pictures/ -v /home/psvita/Videos/ -m /home/psvita/Music/ -a /home/psvita/VitaMTP/ -u /home/psvita/VitaMTP/
main: Cannot find path: /home/psvita/VitaMTP/
Made the VitaMTP folder for ps vita app but does not want to find it.

Also, use the following xml for this:

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<update_data_list>
<region id="au">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="eu">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="jp">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="kr">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="mx">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="ru">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="tw">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="uk">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
<region id="us">
<np level0_system_version="00.000.000" level1_system_version="00.000.000" level2_system_version="00.000.000" map="00.000.000" />
<version system_version="00.000.000" label="0.00">
</version>
</region>
</update_data_list>
Name it psp2-updatelist.xml[/quote]

type or copy and past all this code into a word document with stated name and save as Microsoft word 2003 XML format. correct? and put that file in the VitaMTP folder.
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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by Xian Nox » Tue Nov 19, 2013 2:47 am

PS3Y2kvirus wrote:

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opencma usb -p /home/psvita/Pictures/ -v /home/psvita/Videos/ -m /home/psvita/Music/ -a /home/psvita/VitaMTP/ -u /home/psvita/VitaMTP/
main: Cannot find path: /home/psvita/VitaMTP/
Made the VitaMTP folder for ps vita app but does not want to find it.
Your folder paths are invalid unless your username is psvita. If as I suspect you have a psvita folder in your home folder, and it has all these folders, try this:

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opencma usb -p ~/psvita/Pictures/ -v ~/psvita/Videos/ -m ~/psvita/Music -a ~/psvita/VitaMTP/ -u ~/psvita/VitaMTP/
Your folder structure will look like this:

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/
+-home/
  +-<username>/
    +-psvita/
      +-Pictures/
      +-Videos/
      +-Music/
      +-VitaMTP/

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by PS3Y2kvirus » Tue Nov 19, 2013 3:01 am

[/code]
Made the VitaMTP folder for ps vita app but does not want to find it. [/quote]
Your folder paths are invalid unless your username is psvita. If as I suspect you have a psvita folder in your home folder, and it has all these folders, try this:

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opencma usb -p ~/psvita/Pictures/ -v ~/psvita/Videos/ -m ~/psvita/Music -a ~/psvita/VitaMTP/ -u ~/psvita/VitaMTP/
Your folder structure will look like this:

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/
+-home/
  +-<username>/
    +-psvita/
      +-Pictures/
      +-Videos/
      +-Music/
      +-VitaMTP/
[/quote]

Yeah It was the name of the folder Thanks It worked but it did not connect to ps vita and opencma crashed

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virus@virus-VAIO:~$ opencma usb -p ~/psvita/Pictures/ -v ~/psvita/Videos/ -m ~/psvita/Music -a ~/psvita/VitaMTP/ -u ~/psvita/VitaMTP/
OpenCMA 1.1 Beta
libVitaMTP Version: 2.1
Protocol Max Version: 01700010
Once connected, send SIGTSTP (usually Ctrl+Z) to refresh the database.
main: Waiting for Vita to connect...
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
virus@virus-VAIO:~$ 
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