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Also, if you want to downgrade to 3.15 for OtherOS, which means using Linux, you might want to second guess that thought. You obviously can't follow directions, so what makes you think you'll be able to handle Linux??
Edit: Take it from someone that's been using Linux for over 10yrs. If you can't follow directions and search for answers, you'll never be able to handle it. The downgrade process is fairly simple and has been exhaustively gone over in multiple threads in these forums. People have downgraded from 3.41 to 3.15 and the answers are out there, I promise you. Search for 3.15 downgrade. Or use the Google search function on these forums and use some regular expression to find exactly what you're looking for. Trust me, if you can't do this simple task, you're never going to be able to understand how to run Linux.
Last edited by chesh; 12-10-2010 at 02:44 PM.
Hey that might all be true, but that stuff about never understanding how to run Linux... Quit scaring folks away, the OSS movement needs all the help it can get, and scrubs of today are the devs/bug posters or tomorrow.
Well, if your whole intention is to run OtherOS, I feel that one should actually know Linux first. If you think jumping into PS3 OtherOS is the easiest solution, you're extremely wrong. Not only are you installing Linux on a console, but you're installing PPC linux which is nothing like x86 linux. So, if you have no foundation of knowledge of what you're already doing, you're already starting out behind the curve. Now, to reitterate my previous point, if he can't look up basic instructions for downgrading, then maybe Linux isn't what should be his concern. Reading, reading, and more reading, should always come first. Hell, I remember how I first learned Linux. A good buddy came over and setup one of my many computers (this was 10+ years ago) to be my router/firewall and didn't make the IP address and NAT routing changes to my rc.d files. The first time that thing rebooted, it was sink or swim if I wanted my internet back. I learned the basics of Linux on my own within a week by buying a full distro book (RH 6.0...I believe the book had well over 1000 pages) and I started reading like I never read anything before and putting stickies and highlight marks in all the important sections. As I came from a world of Dos, I then found all the equivalent console commands that compared Dos to Linux and I started figuring everything out. Linux is an adventure and not for the type of person that can't research and search out answers when something goes wrong. Given, most distro's these days make it so simple that even the end-user can do it, which is the overall point of Linux (not to mention being free and open to anyone).
Is it possible to keep the psn content i downloaded on 3.50 in 3.41 when i downgrade. I attempted this and i got invalid account, and activation errors for some of the games.