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PS3 RSX Driver is Released for FreeBSD via OtherOS++ CFW

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172w ago - Following their OedipusRSX PS3 RSX Reality Synthesizer Documentation, today daxgr via Gitbrew has released a PS3 RSX driver for FreeBSD via OtherOS++ CFW which is essentially a Linux kernel module.

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To quote: Well I am pleased to announce that RSX Driver for FreeBSD is released. The RSX driver is the product of hard work by durandal and glevand, who gave up many hours to accomplish this. So here you go, the link for the RSX driver: [Register or Login to view links]

On a side note, may I add that contrary to public belief for 5 YEARS, the RSX doesnt not rely on DMA to process graphics, but rather uses PPU instructions to push objects to RSX VRAM. So yeah another breakthrough by the team who scammed everyone. Gitbrew.

PS: To all those who started complaining about this noble effort to enable...
 

Video: JFW DH CFW New PSP Category to Control PS3 Console

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174w ago - Following up on their previous JFW DH PS3 Category preview video, today Spanish PlayStation 3 developer DemonHades has posted a video demonstrating a new PSP Category that will be used to control the PS3 console under their upcoming Custom Firmware.

To quote, roughly translated: In this new video we show how we can deal with the new psp Viewer category, and managing files such as install, view or delete the contents , so those of you psp you can give him a new use

This video is owned and authors DHorg Maky and KIKI is why it is forbidden to publish in EOL, if so will take appropriate action.

1saludo and see if they find that we do not want anything to appear there, and when I say nothing is nothing.






 

Video: JFW DH New PS3 Category Preview in Custom Firmware

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174w ago - Following up on their Multimedia Services Demo of PS3 JFW DH Custom Firmware, today DemonHades has shared another video preview of the new category in their JFW DH Viewer.

To quote, roughly translated: Hello friends demons, I want to present the new display category, another novelty of JFW DH.

This category is intended to show how fast contents of the PS3. The video appears in our language, but translated into English and French

1saludo and I hope you like it, I'm finishing all the improvements put him... THANKS KIKI and Maky and for your help

From the video's caption: This video shows the new category Visor, a novelty of JFW DH, which is designed to view our content quickly and easily. Thanks to Maky and KIKI for your help in testing and realization of the video. The menu is Spanish, will also come in English and French.






 

PS3 NFW 3.55 v3 Custom Firmware, Includes Cobra USB Support

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174w ago - Following up on the previous release, here are a few more PS3 NFW (Newbie Firmware) update downloads for those interested from bitsbubba which include version 3 and Cobra USB support as outlined below:

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PS3 NFW v3 Features Enabled:

  • Change PUP build / version
  • Patch LV1 hypervisor - Allow mapping of any memory area (Needed for LV2 Poke)
  • Patch LV2 kernel - Patch to add Peek&Poke system calls to LV2
  • Patch package installer - allow installation of pseudo-retail (geohot) packages, allow installation of debug packages
  • Patch Application launcher - Patch to allow running of unsigned applications
  • Add "The Homebrew Channel" category to the XMB
  • Rename "app_home/PS3_GAME" to "Start Game (disc-less)"

 

Slime Roll v0.1 PS3 Homebrew Game is Now Available

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174w ago - Today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer ThatOtherDev has released the initial version of Slime Roll v0.1 for PS3 homebrew game fans.

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To quote: Here is something "new" that I have been playing with. It's sort of a continuation of a browser based demo I made when HTML5 was the cool new thing and I was still messing around with JavaScript and an HTML5 canvas for the first time.

Currently there is some green stuff that falls down and you can rotate the world to make it fall in a different direction and in doing so you can get the green stuff to navigate the world. There is a built in level editor.

It is just a toy at the moment and a roughly constructed one at that. I will probably do a bit more work on it and make it into a game but I don't know when. I'm not really considering it a very high priority. If you think it's interesting and want to see it improved upon sooner rather then later then let me know.

PS3 controls:

  • Left analog stick = Move the camera
  • L1 and R1 = rotate the camera and the direction of gravity
  • L2 and R2 = zoom the camera in and out
  • X (in the editor) spawn a wall (hold and drag to scale)

 
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