1-Improved interface for packaging
2-Fix a bug in the preferences of the user need to click the button to generate whenever the preferences are saved in the. Config
3-The MD5 hash becomes: 934D9531B9529F337F5C2482FA1C820F
In related PS3 homebrew news today, MohammadAG has released PKG GUI Signer with SRC, which is a Quick frontend for make_self_npdrm, in Qt, so it's compatible with Windows and Linux (including Maemo), Mac too (if make_self_npdrm compiles for that).
You need to get make_self_npdrm.exe yourself, and of course, have its required libraries in the same directory.
So what do I use this for? I've been trying to make a pkg out of an eboot.bin that I've had for the last few days, but to no avail. I did the usual stuff: made it self, edited bdvd to hdd0 so it thinks it's from the hard drive, etc.
But I can't seem to figure out how to turn that eboot.bin into a signed package. I'm like "this close" to getting it, but to no avail.
Do I put an unmodified eboot into this or will my modified eboot work fine as well? I tried both of them and it only gives me a 1kb file that doesn't install.
this is just an easier way to use the existing tools. all it does is "package" all the previously released tools in a simple to use gui for windows people. therefore it can only do what the tools currently do.