cd open-ps2-loader enter
that should do it
already tried that and i recieved a bunch of errors. ill try to restart my computer and then make rebuild again.
Edited: restarting did helped. :) thanks a bunch guys
This would do it.
cd $HOME && cd open-ps2-loader && make rebuild
you'll be left in the open-ps2-loader folder, so you could just do
if you need to build again. in theory you might be able to get away with a simple
as well, I don't know how good the dependency stuff is. I've not really looked at doing changes to the source, I tried to fix it to work with my NAS once and gave up (it needed authentication, while previous versions of OPL only worked in guest mode, fortunately it was added soon after that).
Hi, you can call me an idiot, but I've been trying for hours to compile one goddamn revision (r554) to play one goddamn game and when I saw this thread - I thougt it's my saviour. But no... I have very uncommon problem... : D msys . bat (why this forum recognize "msys . bat" without spaces as a link?) cannot find commands like "sed" or "mingw-get". I was reading this guide very carefully and I don't think I broke something while installing this compilers (or whatever it is). Any ideas?
Btw, sorry for my anger, but this isn't fair, I only want to play and I must putting this meaningless trash on my HDD (when I'm the person who really don't like installing unnecessary things, some kind of pedant : D). I know the rules, I know no one can share compiled beta .elf because developers don't like it when noobs like me testing their releases, but what about the people (again - like me), who only want to play a game and they not familiar with this entire crap? Whatever, sorry, I had to say that.
Regards and forgive my english.
If they can get this working should try out the most recent see if it runs the game some of the changes SP193 did has made some broken games come back to life
so I would try it first before going back to such and old version ;)
Fixed that for ya! :D ;)Quote:
I know no one can share compiled beta .elf because developers don't like it when people's hard drives or memory card get trashed, and then come here to blame the developers for a build of OPL they downloaded from some random jamook's blogspot (but we won't mention names *aaah-satrio-choo*).
Oh, I never thought in that way, I didn't knew that third party software can break indestructible PS2 : D So sorry, I refuse my sorrow : P