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It is possible to run it from USB drive. If you want write support, you need a v13 or lower.
Originally Posted by MrME1992
This is still using Linux 2.4, WLAN will not work.
There is Linux 2.6 in development were WLAN and USB write support is working, but not all WLAN adapters will work. The GUI support for Linux 2.6 is currently limited (means too slow, 30 min. starting).
What version i must download for freemcboot? Must i patch this iso with esr disc patcher?
Got a pal slim ps2 with modchip, so downloaded ps2linux_live_pal_small_modchip and burned it and put it in the disk tray but it doesn't boot straight away. What should I do in order to make it work?
If it is not directly starting, you need to run the program KLOADER.ELF from the disc (e.g. with uLaunchELF).
Originally Posted by Giannino
You must not patch it with the ESR disc patcher.
Originally Posted by Gothic4
Look at the cover of a working game. There is either PAL or NTSC written on it. Depending on this download one of the files:
1. Burn it.
2. Then copy the file KLOADER.ELF from the disc to a USB memory stick.
3. Start uLaunchELF.
4. Then insert the Live DVD (not before uLaunchELF is running and not after KLOADER.ELF is running, for problem free automatic start).
5. Use uLaunchELF from FMCB to start KLOADER.ELF from the USB memory stick.
If you do the steps correctly, it will also work if you confused PAL and NTSC.
couldn't find enough answers regrading this question:i own a ps2 90004,not modded and i like to know if it is possible to install linux on it.
Last edited by albatros; 08-13-2012 at 05:51 AM.
my playstation 2 has cut the internet for the modchip you, I can get internet with a wireless usb stick?
There are 2 methods to install it:
Originally Posted by albatros
1. USB memory stick
2. Network (samba or nfs). No tutorial.
USB write support can be unstable on v14 and higher. I suggest to use the Live DVD instead, some stuff is usable without installing it.
No, it is not possible with the Live DVD.
Originally Posted by tictac2
Linux 2.6 and Debian 5/6 support it. This is still in development; i.e. it is slowly working and not noob proof.
I put my dyd at the time you specified, but it doesn't start spinning or reading. Is there a setting for the dvd that I'm missing?