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Linux PSN Proxy looking for testers
Great work. Reading your FAQ I see you want to test it running on a DDWRT firmware enabled router? I have an extrat router a Dlink DIR-615 Rev C which I can install openwrt on if you like and we can see I we can get thisworking without the use of a computer.
is there a tutorial provided with the download? might be a good idea to stick one in this thread no?
It is pretty easy to get it running:
After clonning the git repository, just make sure you have g++, openssl-dev packages and libpcre-dev packages installed.
Running make will compile it. The you just need to run like this:
Right now it does not seem to work and I am trying to figure out what exactly what is the bug.
./ps3proxy -p 8080 -a 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0 -s 443
This weekend, I'll probably review the steps in the tutorial to see if my code is missing any of it and test charles with my certificates, just to make sure they work.
For the OpenWRT, it would be nice to get it running on OpenWRT, I'll see if I can download their cross compiling tools. I don't remember if they support c++ though.
Ps.: The code is currently loading the cacert.pem and cert.pem from the current working directory.
Ps2.: Remeber to replace the network with yours, otherwise you won't be able to connect. You can also add multiple -a lines
cool cool you can try and run the ruby version of ****Psn you would only need to install & configure ruby for linux then make sure to get the correct gems install. Just an idea. Hit me up via pm over the weekend if there is anything I can do to help.
wich advantages does this have over ****psn?
just another implementation and it is for linux
For me, the main one is that I think it is fun to code.
Originally Posted by NChief
I never used ****Psn, but I guess it will be doing almost the same.
BTW, I logged on PSN for the first time today with my tool, so it is almost working.
I just need to allow it to connect check what is the deal with:
and if I should also treat it the same way I do with auth.
Currently, my app is refusing connections there. This causes psn to log off when I boot up a game on my ps3.
glad to hear it just be careful as I am sure you have heard sony is starting to ban users
Yes. I just saw that.
I wonder what would happen if we just replaced the console id in the auth stream