167w ago - Update: A VirtualBox Image of Ubuntu_x86 10.10 with tools to compile PS3 Jailbreak Files as well as PS3 Applications/Packages has now reached its FINAL RELEASE which includes Multi SDK Support (both 3.41 and 1.92) with details HERE and updated download links below!
I have created a PS3 JailBreak Virtualbox Image of Ubuntu_x86 with all the tools to compile PSGroove and extract/create PS3 .PKG files.
This is for anyone who does not want to wait for others to compile PSGroove or those who just want to learn how it all works =)
User = evilsperm
Pass = password
sudo su password = password
To switch back and forth from 3.41 SDK to 1.92 SDK is very easy.
To switch SDK's:
On the desktop you will see a folder called SDK_Selector
Open that Dir and double click on the SDK you woudld like to use.
Select Run In Terminal, type in the password and hit enter.
The Terminal will disappear and the SDK you selected is ready for use!
This is a **Final Stable Release** until a new SDK is leaked.
Credit goes to (jtanner) for this Awesome Idea of multi switching sdk's!
I will seed this too 100% for the next few days, but keep in mind I am not on my Fiber optic connection at the moment so please be patient as I seed, also seed this as long as you can and don't be a leech =)
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evilsperm, i have a question about psl1ght & your vbox image. Is it possible to also setup psl1ght & switch to it like with 1.92 & 3.41. I have compiled the psl1ight in another vbox i have (ubuntu 10.10) but would like to have it on your vbox with the ability to switch. I dont think i would have much trouble getting psl1ght setup in your vbox but im really wondering about the .sh code allow the switch to psl1ght, really not fluent with linux.
Maybe you could release a new vbox image that has psl1ght compiled & working with the ability to switch to it like the other SDK environments.