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  1. #1
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    Post How to Fix Boot-Game-OS in Yellow Dog Linux

    On some versions of Yellow Dog Linux (for PS3), the "boot-game-os" command line gives you an error similar to "/sbin/other-os-flash-util: No such file or directory", which prevents you from getting back to the PS3 XMB.

    Below is a simple, step-by-step guide on how to fix the error:

    1. Login in as root and go to "/sbin/" using the Nautilus.

    2. Open "boot-game-os" in text editor.

    3. Change the text "/dev/ps3flash" to "/dev/sdb" and save the file.

    4. Now the boot-game-os command line should work properly.

  2. #2
    morfeus73 Guest
    Hi everyone,

    I'm new to linux I installed YD5 on my PS3 and everthng went ok until i try it to go back to game os i don't know how to do it.. please some help from the brightest minds, just remember I don't know much about linux.

  3. #3
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    Lightbulb

    Try typing this to do it: boot-game-os

  4. #4
    joshcan Guest

    same

    i had the same problem but i have now fixed it.. thanks!

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