Because I can and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Don't take everything so seriously, it will make you get old much faster.
you should follow your own advice! only responding to you dissing me because you speculated that i might only care about HOW she got ISOs to boot because i wanted to pirate games. like you're interested in having it so you can run homebrew apps right?
i will take your example however, and next time push someone on the street, then when they shove me back, i will tell them "hey, violence is not the way to respond to someone!"
I think what she might have been getting at was, here's what it looks like and how it should work, now get out there and do it yourself, and you won't have to wait for Paradox. That or don't wait at all and see that this doesn't exactly work well enough to do. Most likely the first though
Agreed, but I think she had access to a dev kit. If she did, that is a huge leg up on everyone else. Either way, it was cool to see a loader created.
I think she had access to a dev kit. If she did, that is a huge leg up on everyone else. Either way, it was cool to see a loader created.
Agreed... the part about how "UPS sent the devkit to the wrong person" I believe is a joke myself. She wasn't meaning it literally (like she got someone else's package that didn't belong to her) but that the devkit she received went to her- both a licensed dev'er and a 'closet' scener instead of another employee who wouldn't use it to make iSO Loaders.
I have a feeling on how this ferrox loader works, too bad im not able to write scripts or compile a kboot, otheros.bld file, or i might be able to help you all out.
what im guessing from this video, is that their own otheros.bld file was compiled, and isntead of the boot loader being told to run linux, it was told to run a specific program from the linux directory, wich will then in turn load up and in the script have the option to load an iso file, with the "autorun" option so to speak.
so it would look like this in a way:
put the new otheros.bld in the usb stick, restart, iso loader loads from the otheros.bld file wich tells it to look in a certain directory. and then scripts tell the loader from that directory what files to load.
this is the only way i can see a loader working on all firmware.