While this may be a novice query, I'd greatly appreciate some help in understanding this application: PS3 PUP Unpacker & Decrypter v2.2; linked at the bottom of this post.
I'm trying to extract a .dat file from a PS3 game backup archive, but in doing so, I get the following error: No such file or Directory -- and when I do get the folder to be recognized, it tells me that it doesn't know the command.
The explanation doesn't go into detail on the actual download page for this application, so I'd be grateful for anyone's contributions for knowledge of how this program works.
To quote: After some weeks of hard work I finally finished the new PUAD GUI, aka PUP Unpacker and Decrypter. Works without Cygwin, directly from Windows, if anyone see any issue please tell me. Pictures are created by J-Martin and is tested by largand79, thanks to both.
DESIGNED TO UNPACK/DECRYPT PUP FILE CONTENT QUICKLY
Unpacks PUP file
Decrypts SELF files of CORE_OS
Decrypts SELF files of Dev_flash
Unpacks RCO file contents
PUP - Unpacks PUP file
DEV_FLASH - Unpacks Dev_flash
SELF - Decrypts SELF files of Dev_flash/CORE_OS
DAT - Decrypts index.dat
CORE_OS - Unpacks CORE_OS
SPP - Decrypts default.spp of CORE_OS
RCO - Unpacks RCO file contents
FULL - All tasks
PUAD GUI reads this file at start and depending on the settings disables/enables some functions:
lang - Set language
music - Enable/Disable background music
file_info - Enable/Disable file info frame
check - Enable/Disable the initial check of executable files/keys
Should be Windows, although depending on what OS version you are running (x32, x64, etc) it may not work on them all. If I read anything about which are compatible with it I will update the main article with the details. Has anyone else got it to run successfully?