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    From the README:

    Version history:
    v1.1 (Jul 17 2007)
    + Added support for Game Saves (requested by Skiller).
    * Changed project's name from "Day1Server Script for CodeBreaker PS2" to
      "CodeBreaker PS2 File Server".
    + With Day1 files, you can now see the real game title, not only the file name.
    + Opening the scripts in a browser with "?info" shows some information about the
      file server.
    + Updated this readme.
    v1.0 (Jul 10 2007)
    * Initial public release
    Since the developers of CodeBreaker PS2 seem to be incapable of creating an
    updated USB driver that supports newer PS2 models (SCPH-75001 and higher) and
    no USB device at all can be used with these models to load Day1 files, I've
    decided to find an alternative way. I managed to set up my own server which
    hosts Day1 files that can be viewed and downloaded with CB V9+.
    (After all I know that the admins over at CMGSCCC won't be thankful, but hey,
    it's for the community, that's all that matters.)
    First, some background information: When the CB V9+ connects to the Internet to
    download new Day1 files, it actually calls this PHP script:
    The tricky part is to spoof the DNS record for and mimic the PHP
    script's functionality. The former changes the destination URL to, for example, The latter is done by the Day1Server Script.
    This way, you can redirect all requests to your server and provide arbitrary
    Day1 files. Webmasters are able to set up Day1 servers hosting tons of files for
    the community.
    Download CB2 File Server
    Last edited by misfire; 07-17-2007, 07:10:09 AM.

  • #2
    Wow, very nice job.


    • #3
      Heh, that's a good idea (spoofing DNS record via host file). Nice.
      I may be lazy, but I can...zzzZZZzzzZZZzzzZZZ...


      • #4
        v1.1 has been released.

        Could somebody change the topic to "CodeBreaker PS2 File Server"?


        • #5
          I may be lazy, but I can...zzzZZZzzzZZZzzzZZZ...