Thats cool my Italian friend, i understand how I can be misleading.
OK download the attachment I have added. then rename the file md5.nfo to md5.exe
then run md5.exe and click on the " Create an MD5 checksum".
Then a window will pop up asking for the file you wish to create a code for. choose your 3.55 debug firmware, and then it will give you a md5 code. then upload the 3.55 debug firmware. Then tell me where it is and paste the md5 code you created on here.
MD5 code for MD5.nfo and MD5.exe, same code E5A1A4A431C25A1D8B2428066487FC45
Although nothing new to most PS3 hackers, the LulzSec group have leaked the source code for the Sony developer network today via their Twitter for those interested: [Register or Login to view links] (55MB)
Sorry ConsoleDev, I thought you said you had the 3.50, 3.55 and the 3.56 debug firmware.
Thanks for that Boss, no I didn't know. Maybe I should became a hacker and keep up. lol Thanks.
INSTALL.txt Quick Install instructions
1) Create a data directory. This directory will store files related to the site
like cache files, logs, uploads, etc. The webserver user must be able to
read/write this directory.
2) Set permissions on all the files in this directory so that the webserver can
read the files.
3) Copy 'config/default.conf-dist' to 'config/<web server domain name>.conf'. Edit
this file and fill in the following parameters at a minimum:
dsn = pgsql://<postgres user name>:<postgres password>at<postgres host>/<database name>
[Note: The database doesn't have to exist yet]
directory = /path/to/data/directory
basename = <web server domain name>
4) Configure the webserver so that you can hit the /install directory and the /doc_root
directory. Make sure the webserver is set up so that .htaccess files are allowed.
5) In your web browser, hit '/install/index.php' to begin the rest of the setup process.
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