For those unaware, it allows users to restore the names of PS3 PKG and EDAT Files to their original PlayStation 3 ones and now includes RIF and RAP+RIF support as noted in the changelog below.
RenPKG v1.0 Beta 4 Changelog:
Added RIF and RAP+RIF support
Finally, if you have any bug reports or feedback feel free to let me know in this ongoing thread.
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Below is a RenPKG v1.0 Beta 3 Win32 homebrew application made by myself with source code included.
It allows users to restore the names of PS3 PKG and EDAT Files to their original PlayStation 3 ones.
I hope It will be useful for you Be careful if you need to rename update pkg files! Source files are included
In related PlayStation 3 homebrew news, today on IRC deroad released http://www.multiupload.com/5KOF187U2J followed by http://www.multiupload.com/9YJUIHCHIN on his http://devram0.blogspot.com/2012/01/i-wrote-it-for-naruse-and-euss-since-we.html and http://www.mediafire.com/?lxocujhydtk7klu and http://www.multiupload.com/KF8ZNF51R4 followed by http://www.mediafire.com/?pn5tlcgsbbpio13 in another http://devram0.blogspot.com/2012/01/this-is-simple-led-changer.html, and from the included ReadMe files:
This is a simple player, it reads two var (var1 and Var2) from a file.
The file must be called buzzer.txt and placed in the main folder of a USB an example:
on Windows: My USB is j so, i will put this file here: j:/buzzer.txt
on OSX: My USB is 8GB so, i will put this file here: /Volumes/8GB/buzzer.txt
on LINUX: My USB is 8GB so, i will put this file here: /media/8GB/buzzer.txt
Var1 Var2 DESCRIPTION
4 6 Makes a short single beep
10 438 Makes a double beep
7 54 End
10 4095 Makes a continuous beep
(you can try also different numbers)
added the usb007
added file not found
fixed an awful bug.
PS3 LED Changer v1:
This is a simple led changer, it reads two var (A and B) from a file. The file must be called led.txt and placed in the main folder of a USB. An example:
on Windows: My USB is j so, i will put this file here: j:/led.txt
on OSX: My USB is 8GB so, i will put this file here: /Volumes/8GB/led.txt
on LINUX: My USB is 8GB so, i will put this file here: /media/8GB/led.txt
A Desc B desc
0 red 0 off
1 green 1 on
2 yellow 2 blink