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Developing PS3 Homebrews & Apps
Developing PS3 Homebrews & Apps –
I've been involved on some PSP programming myself, pretty basic stuff actually. Currently no problems with general programming.
I wanted to know what resources and where to get them, so I could start programming some stuff for the ps3, I acknowledged that the SDK is available and that i can use it with a VM with ubuntu to use it, but I have no idea where to get it or how it works.
If anyone could provide its website and some guides i'll be very grateful, meanwhile I'll try and dig some stuff up while googling.
Thank you very much.
Your best bet is to get your hands on the 1.92 and 3.40 SDK. There are a lot of examples in there to get you started. After you play with that, you may want to check on PSLight as that's the free / open source SDK being developed for homebrew currently. If you don't want to go through the whole process of setting up the build enviroment, evilsperm and jtanner both uploaded a virtualbox image with both SDK's installed that you can find on demonoid (just search for evilsperm virtualbox ubuntu and it should come up).
Thats exactly what I was looking for!
A big BIG thank you to SupaFreak and chesh!
your welcome.. eheh bet u gonna hv some fun now..
Originally Posted by Hack
If you search the PS3 dev forums here for "Help to Help others" or "AHL" you can use my hello world code as a starting place. ^^
Excellent, I may delve into this too. I'm doing my first year of Comp Sci degree, it would be great to aid my studies and support the scene at the same time. Easier said than done though, hard hard work! I tried to get into programming 5 years ago during the PSP scene, was too lazy though. Now I'm doing it at uni though it's kind of a double motivation that will hopefully help me get into it =)
Originally Posted by xiaNaix
Nothing against Math (legend). Next quote irrelevant to above lol.
Originally Posted by sabin1981
Hey, good luck with that degree.
Originally Posted by [C*]
Make sure to keep some time aside for drinking and partying, got me through university and into some fine employment
OK, so I could have got a better degree with a bit less drinking, but still...
I can not understand .
What is it that you don't understand?
Originally Posted by mary1988