i asked him real quick about it, and he said he stripped out about 100lines of code....
if your going to play around with the port1_config_descriptor, forget about using it in descriptor.h, he is calling for it in port1_config_descriptor.h in more then one location. just use that file to reflect what you want to do.
again, make -f Makefile.payload is the command to get the .h file.
i took the liberty of copying your payload from descriptor.h and put it into the port1_config_descriptor.h and compiled and the payload is no longer successful. the ps3 boots, but it does not boot into debug (no install package,etc).
cool deal at least we have a jump off point now, but its gonna be a pain to figure out what 100 lines of code he stripped lol
I did a compare on them but I will look into it again.
think I finally got it
try this source
ok I'll give that a shot. Don't bother that last source I posted was muffed up.
I'll post the new source in a min when I compare files
ok this payload has been edited to hopefully have the bdvd enabled. I took a different root then messing with payload_apploader.S so hopefully it will work. if it does not then I will look into payload_apploader.S with you but I think that the payload I have in port1_config_descriptor.h will be needed no matter what to enable bdvd.
As for payload_apploader.S it is a modified payload_default.S with only code added for usb support.
eh? i'm not sure im understanding what you did or were trying to do. ps3 boots debug, no usb eboot or backup manager mounting.
either way, i gotta get to bed i'm tired.. been looking at code all night.
his port1_config_descriptor.h has 0x78, 0x78, 0x78, 0x78
I have replaced it with 0x62, 0x64, 0x76, 0x64
I will just bite the bullet and install the backup manager. Hopefully I'll be able to remove it without a trace later on.
anyone have this pre-compiled for TI-84?