Not really. That would only be necessary for analyzing VSH crashes because they can happen in the extra 32 MiB memory. Games only use the 32 MiB that are also available on the 1000.Organized_Chaos wrote:I'm thinking maybe I need a special version of PSPlink to use on the slim?
As for the tutorial, the one on pspslimhacks looks reasonable enough. So there is probably an issue with your PSP. You could try what I always recommend for USB trouble in PSPdisp, run Keycleaner and look if there are corrupted idstorage keys. Also I always only enable psplink.prx in the recovery menu, not usbhostfs.prx but this may not be important.
That thread on pspslimhacks also got a "tutorial" for Linux which consists of checking out the psplink_usb source and doing a make. As this doesn't require a driver installation on Linux, it is most probably all there is to do. You might need the PSPSDK installed though. Maybe not, I cannot remember whether the PC application depends on any SDK header.
It is fine with me.Organized_Chaos wrote:off topic?