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Final steps in generating my first homebrew application with evilSperms VM
Final steps in generating my first homebrew application with evilSperms VM –
I successfully installed the PSL1GHT VM (V2) and played around with it a bit. I managed to compile the examples (makefile) resulting in *.elf and *.self - files.
So what else has to be done to get those programs on my PS3? I entered my FTP-Address somewhere in the configs so there should be an option to publish my files directly? I googled my ass off but informations on PSL1GHT aren't very easy to find (of course i know the wiki)
That above is my main problem.
Another one is: How to setup Eclipse for use the PSL1GHT-Libraries? This is the first time for me working with eclipse; I managed to write a simple "Hello world" (NON-PS3, just GCC). Can I compile and debug programs with PSL1GHT on the Linux VM or can I only run them on a ps3?
The last topic ain't that urgent. I am sure I can even code with vi for some weeks before I get into the complexety of needing Eclipse.
I know this all sounds damn n00b, and I am somehow quite a beginner in this particular topic. Linux I only know from maintaining a webserver from time to time and coding in C/C++ has been more than 5 years before. Currently I am just a bit spoilt from coding in VS with C# .NET. But after I found out (nearly by accident here in the FAQs) that I at least can code object oriented I really believe I can offer something to the community once I get all this stuff running.
Thanks in advance.
Why don't you just make a package file and install that?
At least with the examples, you should be able to run: make pkg
thanks for the reply. I did not see the pkg rule in the MakeFile. Thanks, that would help a lot.
Nontheless I wonder why I had to configure my PS3-IP when there is no direct connection?
And what about debugging? Is it possible?
New weekend, new try...
I tried again and it seems there is no pkg rule in my Makefiles.
"no rule to make target 'pkg' stop.
for the beginning i could use ps3load but therefore at least I have to pkg ps3load... Any help?
Meanwhile I found out by myself.
Where the documentation tells me to run "make pkg" it should have been "make <packagename>.pkg". like "make ps3load.pkg"