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[Noob-Friendly Tutorial] PS2 BlackRhino Linux - USB Install

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Acid_Snake
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Re: [Noob-Friendly Tutorial] PS2 BlackRhino Linux - USB Inst

Post by Acid_Snake » Wed Jan 15, 2014 3:02 pm

LibTiff wrote: WHAT?! I dont have a PS3 but that is ridiculous.. Are you sure about this????
This is a homebrew .elf file (kloader) loading the blackrhino and not the "official" Linux PS2 which was sold as a PS2 Game.

Anyway , just try it and let us know :) As i said earlier since i have no PS3 i cant tell you for sure. You know better.
even if the ps3 allowed for full USB 2.0 support, PS2 driver is for USB 1.1, so it'd still work on that slow speed
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Re: [Noob-Friendly Tutorial] PS2 BlackRhino Linux - USB Inst

Post by LibTiff » Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:29 am

Yep thats true. The best way is re-writing the whole kloader for ps3
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Re: [Noob-Friendly Tutorial] PS2 BlackRhino Linux - USB Inst

Post by juiveli » Mon Nov 10, 2014 5:57 pm

So did I understand right that everytime when I start my ps2 it will be ps2 firmware. And I have "install" linux everytime when I start my ps2. And I can still play my ps2 and ps1 games and watch dvds and so on?

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