The following explains how to use System Config Tool to view the directory tree of a USB device. It covers two methods of exploring the volume contents: a UI-based system and a command line-based one.
With the UI method, you may explore a directory tree for the USB by using the System Config Tool and a controller.
/vol/usb01, and then press the A Button. The list of titles on the USB storage device is displayed.
When you browse the directory tree and select any of the titles, information about the title is displayed. To return to the parent directory, press the B Button.
When you select a
.txt file, the content of the file is
printed on the screen. The file is also saved to the system logs, which can be stored on an
SD card. For information, see Saving System Logs on SD Card.
You may use the command line method from anywhere within System Config Tool. However, it is recommended that the UI option be used.
cafe.bat. The Cafe Cygwin shell opens.
cafeonand then press ENTER.
load cmd_fsa, and then press ENTER.
pwdcommand prints the current directory, which should be
lscommand prints a list of devices attached.
usb01should be one of them.
ls -l /vol/storage_usb01command to lists all directories under
/vol/storage_usb01. You may want to use this command in conjunction with the saving syslog to SD feature to have a printout of the entire directory on the USB.
cd /vol/storage_usb01command changes the current working directory to
/vol/storage_usb01. From here, you may
cdinto any directory and list the content with the
ls -l -Rcommand prints all directories from the current one recursively.
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2013/05/08 Automated cleanup pass.
2012/10/08 Removed information surrounding copy command.
2012/09/28 Edited for clarity
2012/09/05 Initial document