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Question about Enable Host Filesystem
#1
What exactly does it do?

For clarity, open 1.4.0 and System > Enable Host Filesystem

Thanks in advance!
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#2
Enables you to access the PC file system from within PCSX2. So like from homebrews you can access files stored on your local PC from within it.
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#3
Is anyone actually using it?
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#4
I imagine a few special cases are, but for the most part I doubt it gets much use.
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#5
i always wonder what that enabled
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#6
I asked  about this long time ago but I didn't get an answer and from your answer Blyss,I think I understand only half of it.
Does this work this work the same way you use the ps2client program on the pc side and ule(HOST: / with I forgot what elf on the PS2 side)to access the shared files by ps2client?
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(02-06-2016, 04:00 AM)vsub Wrote: I asked  about this long time ago but I didn't get an answer and from your answer Blyss,I think I understand only half of it.
Does this work this work the same way you use the ps2client program on the pc side and ule(HOST: / with I forgot what elf on the PS2 side)to access the shared files by ps2client?

I'm not 100% sure, I've never used.
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#8
I could not understood this but i may try it. Maybe it solve my problem that I am having while loading hwr iso of missing slf module.
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#9
Retail games always came with all their modules included. If your game fails to load it, this is not something you can fix over the HOST interface.

The interface is a very useful addition when developing but it probably has zero use for regular users.
Enabling it could theoretically interfere with some badly coded games. In reality though, I've never seen that happen.
The default is still to have it off though.
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#10
I noticed this option in pcsx2 1.4.0 memcard manager when we create memcards. Maybe it is linked to memcard when we use no disk to boot bios config.
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