this remarries the drive to the console - it does NOT create the drl files (files required to play blu ray movies) so if your drl files are different then you get that error and there is no direct fix for it unless you know the blu ray movies played in the drive. (drl gen can make drl files if you know the details about what discs have been played by the drive however if you are like me and don't have this information then your stuffed.)
theres a pkg tool for devs that will only run on jfw 3.56 ma that can get the information from the drive about which discs it has run however i don't fancy being locked to 3.56 forever so i, like most others, am going to have to live without bluray playback for a while longer.
Last edited by Anger007; 03-16-2012 at 06:03 PMReason: Automerged Doublepost
Thanks for this tidbit of information! I've got another drive on its way and will have to try this when it arrives! I had a bad laser so they are replacing it for me and will then try the process again.
You will new decrypted EID2 data. How to get it on Linux is described here: (ps3devwiki.com/wiki/Spuisofs#Dumping_EID2_Key_with_spuisofs)
EID2 contains encrypted P-Block and S-Block. To get decrypted S-Block and P-Block first you have to decrypt EID2 with EID2 key and IV and then decrypt the blocks with DES-CBC. P-Block and S-Block DES-CBC IV and key: