As it says above; "We aren’t sure if this will bring again the “Other OS” functions to PlayStation 4 (remember that this option enabled PlayStation 3 to install other OS in the console like linux or windows)."
will be interesting to see.it may well be there at launch until someone figures out how to exploit it, then it will be removed, like with the ps3... LOL
It is not x86. x86 is 32bit architecture. The PS4 is a x86-64 architecture which is 64bit (even better than 32)
To be honest with you, I think it will come back due to the PC 64bit architecture. Same with PS3, I could seriously see Sony bringing it back to PS3 once they stop updating the console.
Nope. Just because their is a USR folder and an .elf file doesn't mean anything. Its true that the PS3 and PS4 run a custom Linux Kernel, but anything can be named USR for many purposes. Hell, I could change the folder name to SUPERDUPERSYSTEMFILES with superduperelffy.elf if I wanted to.
But yeah, it does have Linux kernel and I could see the other os feature coming back.
Last edited by JeoWay; 06-25-2013 at 02:58 PMReason: Automerged Doublepost