02-10-2010 #11Starlight Guest
Great news indeed and good luck with the dumping all involved and hopefully some good news in the near future.
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
It appears unless we do it and share the dumps, those who don't have the money to spend on hardware will be stuck waiting (Devs included)... and as you mentioned, the few people who did get GeoHot's HV dumps aren't sharing their findings or reversals meaning it will take all the longer to fully hack the PS3.
We'd rather get the dumps out and let thousands of potential people examine them- who knows, someone around the world may find something the "select group" who has them now simply overlooked.
02-10-2010 #13shummyr Guest
this is good for everyone i just cant wait to see all the good stuff that will come for this now that the dumps will be for everyone to use and study instead of a select few.
Rock On Guys
02-10-2010 #14ModderFokker Guest
Happy exploring CJPC.. hope you find your "Tutankhamun"
02-10-2010 #15Ihatecompvir Guest
Just the perfect news to go alongside me being out of school tomorrow due to snow.
02-10-2010 #16Pcsx2006 Guest
CJPC you are the MANNN... i hope you'll soon get the HV dumps.
02-10-2010 #17Reaper2122 Guest
dude ABOVE ME do you live in new jersey and sorry to make you waste breath boss was just kidding and hopefully we get somewhere.
02-10-2010 #18Okiri Guest
Good Luck to you guys, hope we can see some really good progress now.
02-10-2010 #19livpool Guest
good work guys can't wait to see what you find!
02-10-2010 #20inginear Guest
excellent news! i can't wait to learn more about programming (besides defining classes, using pointers and arrays) to help with stuff like this in the future. by the way, what language does the cell interpret? c? c++?
i know that sony, ibm, and toshiba had to implement an assembly language for the new architecture. just wondering if it can use a higher level language also. i'm sure they didn't write the ps3 os in pure assembly, or did they?