Yep it will be very useful. I found that 2 links
Originally Posted by SP193
But can this be ported into official PS2SDK?
And what about other ragnarok2040's PS2SDK projects?
BTW maybe we can create topic related to PS2SDK questions ))
His work is currently a branch of the main PS2SDK repository. Honestly speaking, if there is something really good that should be used from there, someone (including him) should say so and then we'll pull his changes over. Otherwise, it's probably best to treat it like a place for him to keep his own experiments in.
Originally Posted by AKuHAK
I've created a topic here, so that we can discuss on the upgrades to make to the PS2SDK: http://psx-scene.com/forums/f19/futu...ps2sdk-111580/
: Currently I haven't Sony's Linux Toolkit running, so I can't answer some of your questions.
On the Debian website you can see what is supported by Debian 5 mipsel. Most stuff will work, but it may need hours or days for loading. This depends how much resources are needed. You will need a swap partition.
FMCB -> Kloader -> DVD-R in DVD video format
SwapDisc -> Sony RTE -> DVD-R Data (nomodchip)
: Official binutils have support for R5900, but not for VU0. Official GCC has no support for R5900 at the moment.
In my CVS is a version that builds PS2SDK, but some stuff is not working. Ragnarok2040 has added further compatibility with old toolchain.
Ah, alright. Thank you.
Originally Posted by Mega Man
my pal ps2 deos not have chip
it is slim model
can i install it via ESR?
You can install it, but not with ESR:
If you are using a v14 or higher, you should not enable writing on USB storage devices.
just played a little bit with my old fat ps2 and copied the iso to the internal hdd. What do I have to enter for the linux files to start the now copied iso from the hdd? Did someone already test this? or can I find out from kernelloader which loads from hdloader->live.iso where on the disc everything is?
Keep the good work coming!
If you copied the ISO directly to the hard disc, it will not work. You need to choose one method:
Hard disk formatted with HDloader, OPL, PS2 homebrew or by PS2 games (APA partitions): Tutorial: Installing PS2 Linux on Hard Disc - YouTube
Hard disk formatted with fdisk (MSDOS partitions): http://psx-scene.com/forums/f167/rel...50/#post987972
Why can I not load the iso like any game iso and access the kerneloader from this place? Are there any limitations?
Maybe if you load from a USB stick. Othersiwse, you may have issues loading the ISO from the HDD and installing to the HDD at the same time. Or you may have trouble using the Ethernet and the HDD at the same time.
Originally Posted by baggacfreak