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dual booting would be awesome!
thanks for all the hard work mate!
pleas make a ext4/3/2 support for exter usb file system pleas
If you have any ideas about what would you like to have, please tell me.
I have been using your 355 software and have to tell you I am way beyond pleased, you should create the dual boot, I am sure many agree with me, most I am sure who are using your stable stuff, keep up the good work.
The drivers (there are actually more than one implementation to choose from) for NTFS have been reverse engineered without any (or at least not much) documentation from Microsoft. Most basic features have been implemented, but a few have not which can cause problems. For 99% of users, it will work just fine if you use the NTFS-3G driver (on most distributions, this is the default driver if write support is enabled). I have never had any problems, except for it being a bit slower than native Linux filesystems, such as ext3 or ReiserFS. Just bear in mind that it is still a potentially dangerous operation. Do not try to defrag a NTFS drive in Linux.
Originally Posted by really_wacky
Most distributions mount NTFS read only, but a few simple config changes will give you write support. I will not run tech support on this forum, but googling 'Linux NTFS write support' should point you in the right direction.
Any PPC app which runs in Linux will run on the PS3, but it may be quite a bit slower than on a normal computer. Programs like VLC will run just fine, but probably won't be able to handle HD videos. Office programs and things like that will work as well, just maybe take a bit longer to load. Most emulators SNES and weaker should run fine. Playstation and N64 era may have slowdowns.
Dual-boot would be great! Every feature is worth trying. Especially using Cell processor, veeeery nice Kmeaw we are with you!
I'd love to be able to play with the Xbox 360 controller
Originally Posted by vein
Not possible with just the Xbox 360 controller, because Microsoft uses a proprietary (and encrypted) wireless system. It may be possible to get it to connect with the wireless dongle for windows, if you can write a driver for it. Probably much more trouble than it's worth.
Originally Posted by ROYGES
A Wiimote, on the other hand, would be possible, since it uses the standard bluetooth HID protocol, just like PS3 controllers.
Bluray Region free is for many users important !!!