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#404526 by fx0day
Sun Apr 03, 2016 1:42 pm
If you had "There is not enough free system memory" you have to reboot your Ps4 to get code executing properly ...

-Reboot your Ps4
-Launch PS4-Playground (last version)
-Just click on Load in the Linux loader

With of course your Fat32 Usb key with bZimage & initramfs.cpio.gz

It should work ;)
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#404529 by guck
Sun Apr 03, 2016 2:06 pm
fx0day wrote:If you had "There is not enough free system memory" you have to reboot your Ps4 to get code executing properly ...

-Reboot your Ps4
-Launch PS4-Playground (last version)
-Just click on Load in the Linux loader

With of course your Fat32 Usb key with bZimage & initramfs.cpio.gz

It should work ;)

THX for your answer, but ...
nope! not here.

I've removed power completely. Plugged it in again startet the PS4 and browser.
Loaded playground (latest version).
Just clicked "Load!" with my fat32 usb key containing the files.
Still "There is not enough free system memory".

Refreshing the page, browsing and dumping of files work. But never get a payload running.
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#404530 by HarmfulMushroom
Sun Apr 03, 2016 3:45 pm
guck wrote:
fx0day wrote:If you had "There is not enough free system memory" you have to reboot your Ps4 to get code executing properly ...

-Reboot your Ps4
-Launch PS4-Playground (last version)
-Just click on Load in the Linux loader

With of course your Fat32 Usb key with bZimage & initramfs.cpio.gz

It should work ;)

THX for your answer, but ...
nope! not here.

I've removed power completely. Plugged it in again startet the PS4 and browser.
Loaded playground (latest version).
Just clicked "Load!" with my fat32 usb key containing the files.
Still "There is not enough free system memory".

Refreshing the page, browsing and dumping of files work. But never get a payload running.


And you are trying to do this on a 1.76 firmware PS4, right?
#404531 by guck
Sun Apr 03, 2016 4:07 pm
Right its 1.76. Used some time ago with some games and fixes/patches for those.

Actually I got it running now.
But I had to wipe the system.
A simple update of 1.76 again did not do the trick,
but the safemode [Initialize PS4 (Reinstall System Software)] with the PS4UPDATE.PUP (RECovery) http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/1.760.000

Ok I've lost my PSN account on the system but now I was able to use the manual and browse to the playground.
Linux boots!

EDIT: And by the way... using SKFU's pr0xy for redirecting "http://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps4/index.html"
to a local hosted playground works well (yeah, no surprise but never read it here ;))
But be sure to block all other traffic.
#404535 by fx0day
Sun Apr 03, 2016 6:31 pm
guck wrote:EDIT: And by the way... using SKFU's pr0xy for redirecting "http://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps4/index.html"
to a local hosted playground works well (yeah, no surprise but never read it here ;))
But be sure to block all other traffic.


So you didn't read the first page of this topic :lol:

Btw happy for you that you got it working ;)
#404536 by guck
Sun Apr 03, 2016 6:44 pm
fx0day wrote:
guck wrote:EDIT: And by the way... using SKFU's pr0xy for redirecting "http://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps4/index.html"
to a local hosted playground works well (yeah, no surprise but never read it here ;))
But be sure to block all other traffic.


So you didn't read the first page of this topic :lol:

Btw happy for you that you got it working ;)


yeah got me :oops:

My eyes had filters for "There is not enough free system memory" while reading these pages :mrgreen:

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