hey u can see in ngholins pic thats it says condition false, it told then that there is an update but there isn't.. so i think this is for systems with uninvited home to prevent them so its either learn to make own home server or pass as a tester which frankly is without Alex's help not possible atm, so we need that file.
Hey my friend told me something that may help in some way with the copyright error. Well what happened was that my friend got the game pain (he bought) and he wanted to let his friend have it too. So what he did was, he signed in on his friends ps3 and downloaded from his account... but it had the same copyright error.
So then He made a new user and signed in on that account with his user name and password and it worked. He didn't have to keep it signed in just to have it, but I think he said that you can only play it on that user without the copyright error. So there must be some kind of information saved on the hard drive. i don't know if this helps, but i guess its better than nothing.
I'll just throw something out there: The pkg file for Home probably has to be hacked into to make it so you can go into Home. There might be a way to make the client not look for Sony's approval, but I don't see that happening with a simple XML "document."
Also, Home comes as one download (probably just the apartment), and then you have the option of downloading everything else so things will load faster, or at least if you don't want them, you don't need to wait that extra time downloading them instead of going into Home and so it will save space.
That's why I think Alex's Home data is over 700 megs when all we get are 192, 199, and 225 MB files.
And just to let everyone know, there is NO WAY (that I have found in the hours of scourging the internet) to make this work on Linux.