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ok so now that wlan has been enabled by glevand/git-brew
ok so now that wlan has been enabled by glevand/git-brew –
How do we enable it? The links are on git-brew, but which one do we download? they all come in tar.gz, so once we upload it to say red ribbon and extract it then what? how do we implement it? is there any how to?
slim. But look at this anon
what do you think? i want it so bad but then again i'm sick of downloading a new Linux distro every few months and starting over. Plus i like red ribbon alot. But what does "partial' mean? that in a few weeks one with full RSX will come out? i think I'll wait and see what happens. I wonder if this can be downloaded and i can still keep red ribbon. I wonder how freebsd runs compared to linux.
I'm downloading that now lol, the rsx is just for graphics, it will help performance, but it has nothing to do with wifi. it says it has the new wlan support so it *should* work, but i could be wrong. idk what he means by "partial", i guess ill find out later haha.
As long as you have enough space left on your hd then you can install as many OS's as you want (linux, freebsd, etc). Ill report back after i get it installed and let you know if wifi works on this version. This is my first time trying freebsd, i hope everything goes smoothly.
I have tweeted Gitbrew asking about 1080i, will let you know. UPDATE: Gitbrew informs me that only 1080p is supported for now.
Last edited by Tranced; 09-15-2011 at 07:24 AM.
What? thats ridiculous. My Tv only does 1080i also. How can you not have resolution options from the get-go. Sorry you wasted your time with the DL anon. Probably took forever to get it downloading since the page wasn't working for days to download it. hopefully the red ribbon guys will implement the wifi, or we can do it ourselves. But they just released a new release candidate RC5, so i don't see that happening anytime soon.
Thats what I figured, hopefully he can add 1080i soon I wish I knew more about it, then I could do it myself lol.
Maybe he has to setup the rsx driver different for different resolutions, I'm just happy he's working on it and releasing it for free haha.
He put up a tut for enabling wlan
PS3:Linux - wikibrew
Its a lil advanced for me, Ill be up all night trying to get it working... again
Edit: I think I know how to get the wireless working but I ran into a road block along the way. I cant find any way to get the source for the kernel. When I try compiling the wireless module I get an error about the build source missing, but all I find while google searching/on gitbrew are precompiled kernels. Anyone know where to find the kernel source. Preferably the source for red ribbon (idk if they all use the same or different kernels?!)
Last edited by anon89; 09-17-2011 at 04:19 AM.