Sorry N3XuS but i don't really agree with you at least for now...i think its more important to write the linux drivers needed for running Linux with the full access to the PS3 Hardware. The RSX driver is still a big problem and also the driver to access the HD.
After you have Linux running with full compatibility then you will be able to have your ultimate media center.
LoL I think that's pretty much apparent... But it shouldn't stop us from dreaming up endless possibilities, others are getting excited by finally having the chance of running XBMC, (although this is awesome enough in itself), but imagine the fun we'll have when the open source kinect drivers get ported over to linux.
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I've been holding onto my Old Xbox1 for YEARS because of its awesome Media Center... it seems like the Xbox1 is really the ultimate media center... of course, I do have a 160GB hard drive in it instead of the original 8GB... it plays everything I throw at it music/movie wise with the exception of MKV (which it at least PLAYS, but the audio/video is way out of sync)... so if that is ported to the PS3 but with MKV playback, then I will finally have a good enough reason to sell my Xbox1.
Can someone please explain to me what will linux do to the ps3? How can it improve ps3's features.. etc. Also, could i be able to change the graphics card, memory, cpu.. put something "stonger" and install drivers for linux??