0.41 and it is Open-SRC, yes.
Originally Posted by ritchan
It is possible to load ISOs, it is just not implemented since it is limited in some ways.
I also understand that one can't just do a straight copy of the PS2 ISO to the HDD, it has something to do with USB Advance formats, except that there are USBA versions of OpenUSBLD and there aren't.
Just god can say that, but I assume weŽll not see one because every additional FS-Support will let the driver grow.
Can somebody please clear this up for me? Also is there work on a new filesystem driver for USBLD, preferably something that supports files larger than 4GB? I understand there's an ext2/3 driver for Windows.
Every more Bit/Byte of RAM it will cunsump, can make one more game incompatible...
Older versions (like 0.4) should work normal on all PS3s with BC, also those which only/mostly support PS2 by software.
Most importantly, does this work on a PAL PS3 60GB? I've heard lots of people saying that you need a USA PS3 60GB to do this, but
shows that somebody had got it working on a PAL PS3. I don't know how he did it, I don't think he mucked around with USBLD's source code.
Btw.: There is a stickied thread in this forum.
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