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This is a discussion on How many of you are waiting for PSP Linux? within the PSP Homebrew and Hacks Discussion forums, part of the PSP Development, Hacks, and Homebrew category; I know I still am. I hope it comes soon....
I know I still am. I hope it comes soon.
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ME! ME! ME!Originally Posted by godmode117
That's only a proof-of-concept.Originally Posted by |-Anubis-|
The kernel starts, yes, but that's it.
No HW drivers, not to talk of any shell or even more not talking of aps/binaries running on it....
I think it's taking quite some moooooooooooooooooore time (a year, maybe two) till a "working" Linux comes to the PSP.
Working as in "can run binaries/programs that are compiled for it".
I know I am. It could turn the PSP into a GP2X .
PSP Firmware: 4.01 M33-2
lets hope a new one comes soon.
Well.... depends on the definition of "soon" ;)
What kind of functionality do you expect from the PSP though? I mean the PS3 as powerful as it is gets a ton of criticism from people for its linux capabilities, I don't want to imagine how inefficient linux would be on the PSP. And what architecture would be used ?
Big whoop. The same thing can be done from almost any smartphone or handheld Linux-based computer.Originally Posted by Hardrive
This doesn't make the PSP any more "free" and open via a dedicated Linux distro for it.
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That's only because the hypervisor prevents people from running PS2 ISOs on their PS3.Originally Posted by FF4N4TIC
You can still run tons of apps and emus on it without restriction.
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I never said it was exclusive.
I'm just trying to offer a alternative to true PSP Linux.
I could go for a true linux for PSP, since I really don't care to give up any room on my PC for linux I think having it on my PSP would make it worth learning enough to consider usng in the future.
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He doesn't care about Smartphones or handheld PCs, hence why he posted this in the PSP Hacking section.Originally Posted by iballŪ
He stated facts FOR the PSP.
Maybe they even get X11 to work.... man THAT would own
You've totally got it wrong. People whine about the linux capabilities because Sony sets ridiculous restrictions on hardware access and HDD partitioning (so it's 10 gigs for Linux and the rest for PS3 or vice versa, yay!). Linux on PS3 is inefficient because there's no hardware GPU access, and the Cell sucks as a general purpose CPU (it has one crippled "true" PowerPC core, hooray).Originally Posted by Adiuvo
Hellcat: Uhm, it does have a tty over serial port. so there IS a shell, and you can run apps on it, you just need to compile them along with the kernel
I'm a Linux geek and all, but I'm with MaTiAz on this one. There's no real need for Linux on the PSP, nor will it work particularly well if we could put it on there.
The fact that I'm posting this from Windows is a different matter It's just that all of my apps and games are for Windows, and WINE isn't a viable solution.
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I only use linux for compiling apps and server.
Yeah, GCC on Linux is amazing.Originally Posted by Hardrive
I believe in the coexistence of Linux and Windows, so I have a dualboot and use them both from time to time, as I feel like home in both of them :)
I have my windows machine, and then a computer that's my server that's always connected to the net. SSH, and it's like sitting at the terminal, from my windows machineOriginally Posted by MaTiAz
Yeah, I have a shell account on a server so I run my irssi there, I rarely drop from IRCOriginally Posted by Hardrive
that would own