I'm afraid it might be a bit long wait though. WHY is everyone after pretty much outdated and cumbersome NTFS? Pretty much any other FS is miles better than this As long as it will handle files larger than 4 GB I don't care which one it would be. It would be great also to have support for iSCSI or at least NAS
I'm not really clear on how this work. I read the readme file, and it didnt make it crystal clear to me as to how this works.
I understand this means we can launch games without a Backup Manager. It seems to do this, we can place the EBOOT file on a USB Drive and then launch it from /dev_usb000, using the PSGroove added menu option
So that leads into my few questions:
Where do the game files go? Do they go on the USB Drive and then we are just accessing the EBOOT.bin from within the individual game folders? Based on the readme.txt description, it appears that way
Also, I'm assuming my USB device must be FAT32 formatted correct? I'm guessing if it is FAT32 formatted, and I plug it in to my PS3 after running this new PSGroove code, and assuming it has the proper directory/file strcture on it, I will be viewing a list of games I can launch after clicking the "/app_home/PS3_Game/" folder??