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Please Remove any public links to Free McBoot.
I'm fixing legal issues...
you are mode you can remove it ....
I don't know why, but I can not edit my last post.
Originally Posted by jimmikaelkael
Perhaps you, as mod, could do it.
I just removed that link for you.
Originally Posted by atchuss
Best regards: dlanor
So was there a C&D letter sent? Or is this just a preventative measure? What legal issues are there to fix?
this must mean the memento team also have legal issues.
Originally Posted by unclebob69
it's probably due to using dvdplayer elf as sony's code inside of the tool, by mcboot project, and probably datel/memento as well. and also some extra sony code as well.
This is just a preventive measure.
I have decided by myself to disable the links while i'm trying to remove all sony code.
jimmikaelkael: Still available here: http://psx-scene.com/forums/423383-post14.html (can someone te'll me how to install FreeVast)
I just hope this project doesn't become comercial.
After seeying this post (Curious: I have access to Disc!), that's what's scared me....
But still... I do belive this will be free.
Making the game think there is PS2DVD in the drive is very easy... But unfortunately game itself is not the problem. I tried many things, and there doesn't seem to exist a solution that would make burned, not patched ps2dvd discs to not be rejected. Anyway, I have a solution that makes the dvdv patched games running just fine, as well as homebrew apps (and it's much better than memento, since it works with all the games that memento has problems with). But I haven't decided yet if/when/what form it will be released (though, I think at least the homebrew version will be released soon, once the gui is done - so all homebrew apps that use cdvd should be able to read dvdvideo/dvdvideo patched discs without any changes to their code... I'm not yet sure about the games - well, it's legal by itself, because it's done completely with homebrew ps2sdk...).
Anyway, thank you jimmikaelkael and all involved in the project. As is today, it's already too good to me