Gaia Manager has now been integrated with Kmeaw's lv2 patcher for running backups.
The ever popular Gaia Manager software was updated today and now supports 3.55 CFW, such as Wutangrza's or kmeaw's. Previously, if running via Wutangrza's or kmeaw's CFW, you would also need to run Kmeaw's LV2 patcher pkg each time. However, drizztbsd, the developer behind Gaia, has added autopatching to his popular manager. What this means for the average user, is that you can now run backups without the need of LV2 Patcher PKG. You need to remove old Gaia Manager from XMB before installing it[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHZpYk-jV-M"]YouTube - Gaia Manager v2.0 on ps3 Kmeaw 3.55 CFW[/ame]
News Source: PS3News
"V2.01 (3.55 CFW only) Features:
It does not try to load the syscall every time you start Gaia Manager, but only the first time. that should be fix some crashes when reopening Gaia Manager. It's reported that if the PS3 crashes sometimes you will need to do an hard power off / power on (detaching cable and reataching)."
"V2.02 (3.55 CFW only) Fixes: drizztbsd: I changed the payload loader function, it should work also for people with problem with old Gaia
V2.04 (3.55 CFW only) Fixes:
Removed Direct Boot (didn't work properly)
Integrated latest lv2 patching
V2.05 (3.55 CFW only) Fixes:
Add syscall36 support from 2 anonymous people, discless mode is NOT working anymore...
V2.06 (3.55 CFW only) Fixes:
* Change HV_SIZE size to ~3.4MB, it should make no crash anymore Gaia Manager on startup..
* Fix 8001003D and 8001003E errors (such as in Fifa 11)
V2.07 (3.55 CFW only) Fixes:
* Enabled discless on syscall36
* Changed syscall36 implementation, from two payloads to only one payload (https://github.com/drizztbsd/syscall36)
Note: The package comes with 3 different versions of Gaia. One of them takes games from the GAMES folder, one from the GAMEZ folder, and one from the BRRips folder. It's mainly for compatibility with other backup managers. Since most managers now allow you to select where to load your games from (Ex Rogero's and MultiMan both have these options), it doesn't really matter which one you use. You only need to install 1 of the 3 packages based on your choice.
Download: Gaia Manager v2.01
Download: Gaia Manager v2.02