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Two files get altered when using filezilla 3.27.0-rc1 which comes in the  ubuntu repo.

the good folder is the right one and the one that's been altered is the left one.

filezilla 3.30.0 works correctly. It may be a setting problem as after using 3.30.0  3.27.0-rc1 works correctly and I had to delete the setting folder to reproduce the error. I checked the change logs there's nothing that sounds like it could have fixed this.

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@leemufc Hey~! I also have my SD2Vita mounted on ux0. I have moved my "tai" folder to ur0: , and adjusted the paths as seen in the picture above (ignore the Adrenaline one). Reboot, and everything should work as long as you change the paths to ur0. Keep in mind, you have to move the tai folder from ux0, to ur0, as in you no longer have a tai folder in ux0.   Let me know if you need anything else~

@EVILGOKU Hey! You only need a single "tai" folder, either all of it on ux0, or in ur0, not both. Either way works. if you can, post your entire config.txt so I can take a look at it. Thanks!

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@Zonzekyo Yes. You're only supposed to have 1 Tai folder. I keep mine in ur0, to prevent any weirdness from happening. You can have two, one in ur0, and one in ux0, but it can make troubleshooting a pain due to having 2 config.txt's. I recommend moving everything from ux0:tai/ to ur0:tai/, editing the config.txt to match the ur0 paths, then delete the ux0:tai/ folder, to prevent any issue moving forward.

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Hi,
I just bought modded PS Vita, and I have a lot of problems with making this work. 
So just to begin. I have already installed Henkaku, Molecule Shell, VitaShell, MaiDump and Enso. 

I wanted to install Little Big Planet and I just downloaded it and copied to app folder, refreshed and then VitaShell could'nt find the game (0 refreshed).

So I checked configs. And suddenly I noticed I have tai folders in both ur0 and ux0 (ux0 seems to be my PS Vita card, i Don't use SD).

I need help with configuring them. 

Both Ur0 and Ux0 Tai folder looks like this: 
boot_config.txt
config.txt
henkaku.skprx
henkaku.suprx
henkaku_config.bin
nonpdrm.skprx
taihen.skprx
VitaShell.vpk - this is only in ux0 tai folder.


ur0 config file:

# This file is used as an alternative if ux0:tai/config.txt is not found.
# For users plugins, you must refresh taiHEN from HENkaku Settings for
# changes to take place.
# For kernel plugins, you must reboot for changes to take place.
*KERNEL
ur0:tai/gamesd.skprx
# henkaku.skprx is hard-coded to load and is not listed here
*main
# main is a special titleid for SceShell
ur0:tai/henkaku.suprx
*NPXS10015
# this is for modifying the version string
ur0:tai/henkaku.suprx
*NPXS10016
# this is for modifying the version string in settings widget
ur0:tai/henkaku.suprx

ux0 config file:

*KERNEL
ur0:tai/nonpdrm.skprx



According to tutorials  I pasted my game files to: ux0/app (and previous game files seemed to be there already - it might be worth to mention that when I bought console it already had 3 games installed).

Please help me if possible, it's dark magic to me.
Thank you in advance!

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