VHBL: source uploaded to the svn, and new forum
I have lots of things to talk about regarding VHBL, so expect a few related articles in the days to come. I’ll start with the urgent stuff: I uploaded the “Motorstorm Arctic Edge” related sources to the HBL svn.
This does not include the savedata/exploit code, as I don’t think those are really interesting. If you want to learn how those exploits are written, the Patapon2 exploit (that you can also find in the HBL svn) should be more than enough. The Motorstorm exploit is yet again a buffer overflow.
I also updated the release post from yesterday, to add a list of credits (which you can also find in the Readme of VHBL)
Given the amount of email I got since yesterday, and comments I’m seeing here, it seems some people are lost on how to install/use VHBL, how to install homebrews, how to know if a homebrew is compatible, etc… As I can’t answer all those questions individually, I created a new subforum dedicated to VHBL. If history repeats itself, I think we will soon see some members of our community share tutorials, lists of working homebrews (and where to download them, etc…), etc… there. So, if you have a question on VHBL, feel free to ask it there.
Finally, do not hesitate to share links to your “VHBL-ready” homebrews (to some of you, creating those packages is simple, but others might be struggling, so this is actually a great help), videos of VHBL in action (I would love to see more videos, nothing is better to prove that a homebrew is working, than a video of it), screenshots, etc… here or in the VHBL forum
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