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Download Ubuntu Virtual Machine + environment to compile OPL NEW VERSION
Download Ubuntu Virtual Machine + environment to compile OPL NEW VERSION –
I just created torrent with Ubuntu 11 and all stuff needed to compile OPL (all revisions).
It is about 869mb to download (3,66gb unpacked + 768mb for virtual memory(this can be changed in VMWARE PLAYER)).
You just need to unpack it with 7-zip(or HaoZip) ( Download ), download VMware Player ( Vmware player - download without registration/ ). Run it through VMware Player (Open a Virtual Machine and select folder where You unpacked my file). Double click on Ubuntu.
You will find shortcut on desktop - use it to compile latest OPL version and send it to desktop.
Default language ENGLISH
Ps2sdk updated to rev 610, github instead of bitbucket.
Here is a video showing what to do(step by step) after downloading my VM.
It shows what and from where copy onto desktop to compile newest version without using terminal(2 x clicks method
If You are happy from my work and would like to support me, You can put micro donation on my paypal account(as I am at this time in need of new Network Adapter as my old one died, and also have few others problems;().
Or maybe You have spare(not needed) Network Adapter that You can send to me?
PM me if you like to help
Ubuntu 11.04 VM (Mediafire server only at this time uploaded by fresh. Password loki7777
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Torrent file in attachment (will be active till 1st April 2012
Last edited by loki7777; 09-17-2012 at 07:12 AM.
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it's a bit too big. i think ~200mb (unpacked) image would suffice, if done correctly.
That will be impossible to do with os installed + env - because env takes about 620mb Here You have ubuntu(img file is about 700-800mb) with all files, not just same files.
Thank you this is a great idea.
Is this set-up to compile the brand newest builds that need changes in the compiling environment?
Yes, it is compatible with rev 216 - has zlib and ps2-packer in the right place.
Last edited by loki7777; 02-21-2010 at 09:08 AM.
on my in-progress setup whole ps2dev svn sources (including temporary files) take ~70mb and binaries take ~33mb.
Originally Posted by loki7777
now for the system. shouldn't take up as much space ;-)
It should definitely fit into 70-100mb... Unless you insist on adding all the unnecessary apps, x, kde, gnome, whatnot. It's useless if you run it on VM (especially that all the apps you will use are cli apps anyway). You don't even need smb, ftp or anything else for communication between VM and host. Just use the hgfs driver and share a dir or two.
maybe i'll finish it tomorrow. virtualbox suddenly started being very crash-happy halfway through the process :/
don't worry it will have a gui. maybe just not as fancy.
i'm thinking that going down to 150mb from original 200mb might be possible. not sure though.
obviously, anything that helps new people is a welcome contribution. just the size of it felt like an overkill
not sure who was that directed at. probably not me, though :]
I know that you are doing other great things.