I give it three.
I give it three.
erm, each day i come here and read bad news.
You cannot do that at all on PS3 by running Linux. PS3 uses a virtualization machine scheme to allow to Linux to run. :banghead:
Just like vmware on PC. ;)
So the security layer on PS3 will be NEVER disabled like that as you guys would think, your only hope is to wait for some kind of modchip (aka hardware modification), or a hacked firmware (very hard to happen since is scrambled by using better than 128-bit, or even more than 512-bit crypto). :lol:
It feels better to have originals anyway, they're actually worth something if you ever need to sell them.
Copies just ruin the drives, my PS2 after 4 years of copies takes usually 4 boots to get an original going, not cool.
Anyway we need modchip for full hacking this console and it will be till the summer I think.
PSP didn't have a hypervisor. Thanks to the hypervisor, it's nearly impossible for any exploit to work.
well your too outdated u know
Originally Posted by PS3News.com
Tonight CJPC had some freetime and decided to install Linux Fedora Core 5 (PPC iSO) along with PS3 Other OS Installer and the kboot from the CELL-Linux-CL_20061110-ADDON.iso file. Once installed, he logged into the shell and dumped the Extended OS Area (which resulted in 4.0 MB (4,194,304 bytes) by using: dd if=/dev/sdb of=/extendedos.img
Next up, CJPC connected his external USB HDD to his PS3 (since he only has a 20GB stock PS3 HDD) and just (6) days after launch proceeded to dump (read "back-up" to $ony) his Madden NFL 07 PS3 Blu-ray Game Disc (the resulting iSO image is only 7.08 GB (7,597,719,552 bytes)) via the following: dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/mnt/exthdd/imagename.img
If you happen to own a 60GB PS3, you can use this command instead to dump directly to your PS3's HDD: dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/imagename.img
The PS3 Blu-ray Game Discs resemble the PSP file format.
Resistance: Fall Of Man is 17.53GB (18,827,837,440 bytes)
i think modchip wont work because PS3 has an upgradble Firmware so if u do place modchip and then update ur firmware it may damage ur FW chip and also ur Modchip u know
yeah the data can be read. but there's no guarantee the executables are even runnable from those raw dumps. and even if they ARE valid elfs (which would be monumentally stupid) then why haven't they stopped dumping games from liinux owrking with a firmware update yet? they must be very confident in the security of their blu-ray format and their hypervisor.
BUt why should we care? They are giving us enough to work with for now in Linux, and it shoidl be possible to write some accelerated servers based on sending C-G code to the RSX.