This isnt a question, but a answer to the "file too large" thread so you can merge this in.
Multiman games mananger is really a great tool in so many ways and now it supports ntfs as well so you can use it to copy and install anything.
Also if you only have a Fat32 usb stick you can still do it the "old way" aka you use the Split4G program to convert your large file to a new folder with spit files.
The trick is to copy the files as you would a ps3 game. Multiman sadly dont recognise a empty folder as a game, so you will need to copy the split files inside a real games folder (a real one or a small emulator one is all up to you).
You then put your split file folder onto you fat32 usb stick in a GAMES folder aka:
Once all hooked up Multiman will see the "external only game" and you can choose "COPY" in the "games" options to copy and automerge the whole thing to the to internal hdd (aka most likely dev_hdd0/GAMES/TESTGAME/PS3_GAME/USRDIR/TooBig.pkg)
To install the Pkg go into Multiman's filemanager and select the file and choose "yes" to "exit and install from the install Package Files". Once back out go to the "Install Package Files" and the "TooBig" file will be there to install
Once all done you can clean up by deleting the "game" from multiman games menu.
A bit of a roundabout way i know but i've done this a few times with Multiman 02.09.0x.
More about Multiman & Split4G here: http://www.ps3news.com/forums/ps3-ha...an-114315.html