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Video: OtherOS Supported on 3.21OO PS3 Custom Firmware 1350°
April 7, 2010 // 2:13 pm - Here is a video demoing my "custom firmware". I would have added something showing off the new features of 3.21, but oh wait, there aren't any.

This can be installed without having to open up your PS3, just by restoring a custom generated PUP file.

It's possible this CFW will also work on the slim to actually *enable* OtherOS; I'll know when my infectus gets here.

No release date yet, use the proxy hack to play online with 3.15

Note to the people who removed OtherOS, you are potentially turning 100000+ legit users into "hackers."

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PS3 Firmware 3.21 Locks Out More Features Beyond OtherOS? 800°
April 6, 2010 // 9:48 pm - Update: Sony has now told NowGamer.com that despite widespread reports they have seen no evidence of damage caused by the PS3 Firmware 3.21 update.

Sony has already upset some users by removing the "Install OtherOS" with its PS3 Firmware 3.21 update, and based on reports from the official PlayStation...

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CodecSys H.264 Encoder API for PS3 / OtherOS Reversed 750°
April 1, 2010 // 10:10 pm - For those who didn't update to PS3 Firmware v3.21 yet, here is CodecSys H.264 Encoder API for PS3/OtherOS reversed.

When CodecSys version 1.3 came out I gave it a try and liked the speed you get, just sucks that you're quite limited concerning cropping and stuff, even multiple passes is disabled for the PS3 version.

So I did take a look at it. I usually...

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PS3 Firmware 3.21 Coming April 1st, Disables OtherOS Feature! 1300°
March 28, 2010 // 8:13 pm - Today Sony's Sr. Director of Corporate Communications & Social Media Patrick Seybold has confirmed that PS3 Firmware update 3.21 is coming on April 1, 2010 and will disable the OtherOS feature!

To quote: The next system software update for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) system will be released on April 1, 2010 (JST), and will disable the "Install Other OS" feature that was available on the PS3 systems prior to the current slimmer models, launched in September 2009.

This feature enabled users to install an operating system, but due to security...

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Rumor: Sony to Remove OtherOS in Next PS3 Firmware Update 1200°
February 19, 2010 // 1:00 pm - Update: Sony's Geoff Levand has now confirmed, to quote: "SCE is committed to continue the support for previously sold models that have the 'Install Other OS' feature and that this feature will not be disabled in future firmware releases."

According to Owen Stampflee, a Linux Product Manager at Fixstars Corporation, Sony will remove OtherOS in the next PS3 Firmware update due to the recent GeoHot...

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Video: softGL v0.1 Graphics Library for OtherOS (PS3SDK) 550°
February 6, 2010 // 5:45 pm - SoftGL is a simple graphics library for OtherOS and used with mc's PS3SDK.

Download: softGL v0.1

For the moment is not optimized and provides the following functions:

Primitives:

• DrawPoint
• DrawLine
• DrawRect
• DrawCircle
• DrawCircleFill

Pictures:

• DrawImage (pointer to 32bit RGBA)
• Support for...

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OtherOS pdaXrom-NG Linux via PS3 Live CD 20091201 Arrives 500°
December 31, 2009 // 7:05 am - Wrapping up the year, some PS3 news we missed from earlier this month: Sashz has updated his Linux based OS Selector front-end dubbed pdaXrom-NG for PS3 to Live CD 20091201.

Unlike the previous release, it uses lxde as the desktop environment and PS3Boot is now included. To boot from CD, burn ISO image or unzip the archive to boot from a memory card.

Download: OtherOS pdaXrom-NG...

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Sony Explains PS3 Slim's Loss of OtherOS and Linux Options 400°
August 28, 2009 // 4:37 pm - Recently we learned that the PS3 Slim didn't lose the OtherOS and Linux functionality due to a security hole, however, many were left wondering why Sony ditched them.

Today, TheRegister.co.uk (linked above) has a definitive answer- to cut costs and be able to pass the savings on to the consumer.

To quote: "A forum response on Sony's official Linux for PlayStation 2 developer community sheds some new...

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