Last edited by lavatar; 01-03-2010 at 12:29 PM
anyone know what version of ubuntu he has ? 9.10 is the latest
"et la on peut lancer un code non signé, mais pas du tout long, c'est juste pour dire que le disc est original et rien du tout d'autre".
Fr -> En
"and so we can run an unsigned code, but realy short, it's just to say that the disc is an original and nothing else."
i only got 3 ps3 games so far (naruto, siren, ridge racer7)
and only tested about the eject working... and the results are:
naruto (even with hdd installation) - 'please wait...' box and back to xmb
siren - 'please wait...' and back to xmb
ridge racer7 (with hdd installation if i remember well) - continues playing the game, goes game menue etc etc.
so the reason for the old games seems that they're just able to continue playing when you eject the disc... guess it has been discussed already tho
i dont know if this helps but here goes:
install ubuntu then install Virtual Machine
Installation of Windows XP
Next thing we want to do is Install Windows (XP) !
First we need a virtual machine
Insert your Windows (XP) CD into your CDROM drive
Open the VMware Server Console
select 'Create a new virtual machine'
=> Next => Next => Select Windows Xp (or whatever Windows versions you want to install )
=> Next => Enter a name and select a location for the Virtual Machine File (It contains the virtual harddisk, so it needs quite some space, min 2 GB, but I would recommend 8+ GB )
=> Next => Select Network type. I am using NAT, but choose whatever fits you ( or your mood )
=> Next => Choose the size for the Virtual Disk and set other preferences
=> Next => Finish
Now we can start the newly made virtual machine and the install of Windows!
Start the virtual machine
Hopefully it detects your Windows install CD and will start the installation! If it won't boot from the CD, stop the virtual machine and check/change the preferences for the virtual machine regarding the CD drive
Enjoy the installation and the freedom to use Ubuntu while installing