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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by febag92 View Post
    Thanks febag92, +Rep and I will add it to the first post now as well.

  2. #12
    evilak Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by evilsperm View Post
    I have actually compiled this but when going to make the pkg I get this error no matter what I try wen using PKG GUI:

    >> !ERROR!: /home/evilsperm/Desktop/OMAN46756/USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN is not an NPDRM SELF.
    >> !ERROR!: USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN is required.

    Registration error.

    Illegal Package: USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN is required.

    This is under the linux SDK
    The EBOOT.Bin is the open_manager.self renamed to EBOOT.BIN

    Also if trying to make the pkg from command with make_package_npdrm I get this error:

    >> !ERROR!: PS3_GAME/USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN is not an NPDRM SELF.
    >> !ERROR!: USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN is required.
    Illegal Package: USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN is required.
    Quote Originally Posted by Yngwiedis View Post
    I have the 1.9.2. (you know what).

    Can someone explain the compile procedure because i want to change some things in the manager ?
    You have to use make_fself to make the fself ready for a package then change the fself to EBOOT.BIN and put it in the USRDIR, now make_package_npdrm should work if you have the correct param.sfo and conf files.

  3. #13
    dentnu Guest
    @EVIL
    Hi I used your Ubuntu image with VirtualBox and I was able to compile the package perfectly

    I typed in terminal

    make

    then

    make gen_pkg

    then I opened the package GUI and selected PS3_game folder and type this for

    Content ID: UP0001-OMAN46756_00-0000111122223333

    clicked on MAKE

    then I installed the package on my PS3 without any problems.

  4. #14
    febag92 Guest
    And more pictures, for the ones who like pictures before trying

  5. #15
    shummyr Guest
    this is great, hopefully we can get this working on debug consoles

  6. #16
    nailed Guest

    Lightbulb

    Anyone want to write a Windows app that copies a folder/game to a USB HDD, splitting 4GB+ files into .666xx fragments? That would be handy for copying files from USB HDD to HDD0.

  7. #17
    evilsperm Guest
    yeah I also finely got it to work
    but thanks for all the fast responses.

    I have compiled it and just edited a new/old icon for it for the time being.

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by evilsperm View Post
    I have compiled it and just edited a new/old icon for it for the time being.
    Also added to the first post evilsperm (hey, why not eh? ) and +Rep for the effort.

  9. #19
    evilsperm Guest
    I forgot to add the way I was able to package it up was this way:

    1. make
    2. make_fself_npdrm open_manager.elf EBOOT.BIN
    3. make_package_npdrm openmanager.conf PS3_GAME

    and that did the trick.

    but the easiest way is just:

    1. make
    2. make gen_pkg

    As posted by dentun
    it was funny because when I originally tried make gen_pkg I put make -f gen_pkg and it was spitting errors and all I had to do was drop the -f and I would have had this packaged up earlier today

    +rep to evilak & dentu


    ~evil

  10. #20
    thebomb5 Guest
    This is actually by far the best backup manager out there.. it incorporates some of the best features of all the home-brew apps released for the ps3 so far. It Copies, it Pastes, It Rips and it does it "O' So Very Well"! Its like Comgenies Awesome File Manager + Backup Manager + some other special features that are sure to come in handy. Much Props to the Developer.

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