• Minor message output changes
• Fixed bug where rcomage may have tried to convert non-GIM images through gimconv when dumping
• Fixed minor issue if Image/Sound/Text tree contained no subentries
• Removed option to select compression for PNG/JPG/TIF/GIF resources in GUI as it's mostly useless and may break the RCO if changed
• Add UMDFlag attribute to...
After a long development and testing process we give you the first official release of the iXtreme LT.
• Supports all BenQ Drives (62430C, 64930C)
• Supports all Liteon Drives (74850, 83850V1, 83850V2, 93450)
• Totally re-written code optimised for minimal patching
• Whole banks of firware now untouched
• New Drive response timing engine accurately mimics original drive timings
• Full disc stealth used by default
• Waveless booting, disc images are assumed to be correct!
• Split-Vid used as default
Warning! Ensure all disc images are checked with abgx as LT assumes all stealth/ss/pfi/dmi is correct. Disc images must also be splitvid and preferred SS v2.
Warning! Lt will not save you from being banned if console is already flagged by using a previous firmware...
206w ago - Today iceman dropped us an e-mail to let us know that after one year of hard work French hacker ExtendeD has finally hacked the TI-Nspire Graphing Calculator via several flaws in OS TI-83 Plus v1.19.
The TI-Nspire product line is a series of graphing calculators developed by Texas Instruments. This line currently includes the TI-Nspire and TI-Nspire CAS. It is available as a handheld and also as software for Windows and Mac OS X.
To quote from his thread (linked above):
I have been able to execute arbitrary code, using several flaws of OS 1.1.9. The exploit requires a few manual steps, which I'll try to automate before releasing it.
What is the breadboard next to it? It hosts RS232 and JTAG adapters. Unfortunately we have not been able to find the JTAG pins on the external connector, where they were supposed to be.
The automation shouldn't be long. But it also requires special USB software. The boot version doesn't matter.
The Wifi adapter is external, probably USB-based. By the way, if you're just interested in the 1.1 OSes, you should better use those 2 links: (you won't have to browse through all files)
206w ago - PS3 Media Server, a DLNA compliant Upnp Media Server for the PlayStation 3, has been updated by shagrath (earlier this month actually, we missed it) to PS3 Media Server BETA v1.11.369 for both Windows and Linux versions.
To quote: Keep in mind these builds are not tested extensively. It's recommended to install it in another directory, but you can install these over your current installation (and of course, you can revert anytime to any older versions):
Changelog between r369 and r366:
• Newest Windows binaries of FFmpeg, mplayer and mencoder. Mencoder-mt is *not* updated: you can try the one from sherpya here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mplayer-win32/files/mplayer-mt/revision%2029319-mt/MPlayer-rtm-svn-29319.7z/download
• Auto rotation of images based on EXIF orientation, only on PS3
• New option to start basic streaming in the #transcode folder (request of meskibob)
• Static UUID, multiple server instances appearing...
227w ago - It's been a few months since the last PS3 Media Server update and the official Blog isn't updated yet, however, shagrath has been handling updates via the forums linked above and has shared a new build over the weekend.
For those who didn't know, PS3 Media Server is a DLNA compliant Upnp Media Server for the PS3, written in Java, with the purpose of streaming or transcoding any kind of media files, with minimum configuration. It's backed up with the powerful Mplayer/FFmpeg packages.