The official firmware for the HDR Fox T2 includes a basic FTP server which is a modified version of tinyftp. The modifications include a set of restrictions to control which parts of the filesystem are visible over FTP, and to limit the file types that can be transferred. Up until now the customised firmware has replaced that FTP server with a different version of tinyftp without those restrictions. In the early days, this provided a convenient route to download and view log files and parts of the system but as the firmware has evolved this is no longer really necessary. Also, tinyftp is not really a very good FTP server... As of customised firmware 1.15 (which will be released in the next day or two), the embedded FTP server is not replaced. However, there is a new FTP server package in the repository called betaftpd. If you use FTP, then I recommend that you disable the built-in server and use betaftpd instead. This package can also be used on the HD Fox T2. (There's no need to wait for version 1.15, you can use it now). betaftpd is actually smaller than tinyftp even though it supports more of the FTP protocol, in particular passive mode. This server has two modes of operation - if you log into the server with the usual FTP credentials (HumaxFTP/<pin>) then you will see only the /media part of the filesystem, however if you log in as root/<pin> then you will see the full filesystem.