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Linux returns to PS3

PS3 Linux enthusiasts can now rejoice as Dev Graf_Chokolo have brought Linux back to PS3 3.41.


PS3 Linux enthusiasts can now rejoice as several Devs have brought Linux back to PS3 3.41, providing the prospect of programming and coding their own games on Linux, running on the PS3.

Using either AsbestOS and LV2Patcher v9, enthusiasts can install and boot GameOS onto their PS3 console systems, providing access to all HDD, VFLASH, and FLASH regions as well as communicate with the various system Mangers and run isolated SPUs. Interested Linux enthusiasts can also wait for dev Graf_Chokolo's release which he is currently still tweaking for bugs. 


Source: Dukio, psgroove

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