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Rebug Other OS Question
Rebug Other OS Question –
I have downloaded REBUG_3.55.2_OOS.rar. And i want OtherOS.
REBUG 3.41.3 and 3.55.2 OTHEROS++ | Codename: REBUG
My Question: Can i Install this Firmware an then i make the Steps to have OtherOS Ready? Or must i Patch the Rebug Firmware with the PS3MFW_Builder_0.2_Portable_Win32 then Install the Firmware an make the Steps?
Steps to have OtherOs Ready (After Install Firmware Rebug):
Once you have your firmware installed go here and download the following files:
dtbImage.ps3.bin (For 16MB NOR) or dtbImage.ps3.bin.minimal (For 256MB NAND)
Now that you have the necessary tools to begin installing OtherOS++ head over here and READ AND FOLLOW the guide properly, starting at step 2. These guys have put a lot of time into getting this to work so we’ll say it again, READ AND FOLLOW the guide.
My Problem was, when i use PS3MFW_Builder_0.2_Portable_Win32 with the REBUG_3.55.2_OOS.rar, i became one Error.
I make this:
And on Build:
1: Download PS3MFW Bulder 0.2 Portable Win32 from the bottom of this post
(All of the tasks have been pre-selected for you).
2: Click on ps3mfw.exe
3: Press the Configure>> button next to Patch emergency init and
select how big to make your GameOS/OtherOS++ partition
4: Use REBUG 3.41.3 or 3.55.2 firmware as your input firmware.
5: Select output directory and filename.
6: Click on Build MFW
7: Rename output PUP to PS3UPDAT.PUP and install on the PS3.
Patching emergency init to create GameOS HDD region of size 22GB smaller than default
Executing command :
atch_elf $elf $search 28 $replace
FATAL ERROR: Unable to patch self emer_init.self.elf : Could not find pattern to patch
Error running script: Unable to patch self emer_init.self.elf : Could not find pattern to patch
My Second Question. I want to have a Clean Install. How can i Format the HDD and Install Rebug? I have 3.55 on the PS3.
the new rebug with otheros++ support already has otheros built-in, no need for ps3mfw.
for a clean install: (edit:if you never had linux then you have to do the restore, if not then you wont have to, but if you do you will lose any old linux installs)
if you never had any linux on your system then dont worry about it. if you did then when you install (backup 'everything') go to recovery menu and select the 'restore' option. that will make sure everything is the way it is supposed to be
NOTE: restoring WILL delete everything, so backup