Spine PS4 Emulator: new version released
Developer SpineDev has published an update to his PS4 Emulator Spine. The update “fixes a bug that wouldn’t let the executable run if /dev/shm was marked as no-exec”.
What is Spine PS4 Emulator?
Spine is a PS4 emulator running on Linux, that is generally considered to be in private development, but a demo has been available for some time. According to its developer, it is the first publicly available PS4 emulator to be able to launch commercial games, compared to other work in progress such as Orbital.
As a reminder, Spinedev has chosen to keep the emulator closed source for now, to avoid seeing a spread of forks which could dilute the effort in such an early stage. That being said, parts of the source can actually be found on the demo github.
Download Spine PS4 Emulator
- If you don’t have Spine already, make sure to download the previous “full” release here.
- Download the new Spine binary here, and replace the spine executable from the previous release with this new one.
Source: Via Zecoxao, thanks to @_nyannoying for the google drive link.