Thanks for the clarification . Now I found a purpose for the NZhawk manager.Sponsored Links
The interface looks suspiciously like the dms hdd loader/hd advance etc for the ps2Sponsored Links
I wonder if the anonymous submitter has any links to psjailbreak...
Theres no other way for them to release their updates, esp with you know who breathing down their neck...
I'm trying to get the Open Manager to install to a different directory than the games, I deleted the original Backup Manager a while back and all my backups went with it! I've currently got the games installed to /game/DATA90027, and the BM installed to NPEA90027.Sponsored Links
I've noticed the OBM uses an entry->d_name reference, clearly to reference the active directory (in my case this would be /game/NPEA90027/GDATA)? I don't have time to test it atm, however I feel a search/replace on entry->d_name wouldn't work as its used else where through the program.
What's the easiest way to change this reference to a user specific one?
I get a black screen when trying to run this on a test machine, hopefully someone makes it compatible with a debug unit in the future.
Last edited by deanrk; 09-30-2010 at 11:16 AM
I need a guide to compile open source backup manager I have windows 7 with ps3 sdk 1.92 and ubuntu 10.04
I don't want the compiled version, I want to fill mine.
This still references entry->d_name, I presume this is the current directory. In my case, NPEA90027, not DATA90027.