To quote from SubJunk on the PlayStation 3 Media Server v1.50.1 Build 61 changes:
This build functions as the bleeding-edge testing version of PMS. Here you can find features and bugfixes before they are added to the official version, and sometimes ones that never will be. Using this build is mostly a way for you to see the newest developments and to help us by providing feedback.
Changelog 1.50.1 Build 61:
Switched from using Git source back to SVN
Synchronised with official r1024 from r1014
Updated MediaInfo for Windows and OS X to 0.7.53 from 0.7.52
Updated MPlayer and MEncoder for OSX to SB22, in sync with the Windows version.
Seeing that in linux there are not many alternatives for managing our games, make a small application to list the backups we have external disk, or x folder on the PC disk. Works only on Linux, and should have the Qt libraries installed.
Added a button to delete a backup, after confirmation.
Added information of all backups.
Added the ability to load backups from any directory.
Remembers the last directory Okapu charged for the next time you attempt to load backups.
In this first version, in identification of the folder where the backups are housed, and load them from there. Also by double clicking on a game opens with nautilus...
If while executing it asks: You are running a kernel (version 2.6.38-powerpc64) and attempting to remove the same version. This is a potentially disastrous action. Not only will /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.38-powerpc64 be removed, making it impossible to boot it, (you will have to take action to change your boot loader to boot a new kernel), it will also remove all modules under the directory /lib/modules/2.6.38-powerpc64. Just having a copy of the kernel image is not enough, you will have to replace the modules too.
I repeat, this is very dangerous. If at all in doubt,...