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"Hello World" on PS3
« on: February 07, 2008, 09:15:24 am »
Cue dramatic music.......

[youtube=425,350]LHU08yBVUDc[/youtube]

The Internetz are screaming foul but apparently confirmation is coming....
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2008, 08:07:18 pm »
Is that an easteregg in ps3?

NOTE : OMG!!! How could i forget about the famous PS3 Homebrew!!!...
hehe!! :D :D
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2008, 09:38:34 pm »
QJ and Maxconsole forums have confirmed this, so yeah, awesome for PS3 owners.
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2008, 09:41:59 pm »
Is that an easteregg in ps3?
Not, it's a pirate egg. Team ICE claim they have found a way to run unsigned code on the PS3.
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #4 on: February 07, 2008, 09:45:53 pm »
Is that an easteregg in ps3?
How could I not quote this? :P Come on, rat! You gotta know more than that! An easter egg? ;D ;D ;D Damn!

EDIT : :P
NOTE : OMG!!! How could i forget about the famous PS3 Homebrew!!!...
:P Your edit is lame too. PS3 homebrew is not famous. A way of loading homebrew on the PS3 was discovered only few days ago. And that's this! Still not complete. In exploit stage. So, PS3 homebrew is NOT famous yet. :P
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #5 on: February 07, 2008, 09:48:31 pm »
OMG!!! How could i forget about the famous PS3 Homebrew!!!...
hehe!!11 :Cheesy: :Cheesy:
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #6 on: February 07, 2008, 09:55:06 pm »
EDIT : :P :P Your edit is lame too. PS3 homebrew is not famous. A way of loading homebrew on the PS3 was discovered only few days ago. And that's this! Still not complete. In exploit stage. So, PS3 homebrew is NOT famous yet. :P
Homebrew Definition from Wikipedia:

Homebrew

Homebrew is a term frequently applied only to video games that are produced by consumers on proprietary game platforms; in other words, game platforms that are not typically user-programmable, or use proprietary hardware for storage. Sometimes games developed on official development kits, such as Net Yaroze or PS2 Linux are included in the definition. Some of these typically go under more frequently used labels, such as freeware. The term doesn't, however, include commercially sold games that are developed without the console manufacturer's license. A popular type of homebrewed games is fangames.

PS3 Homebrew

The Playstation 3 has been designed to run other operating systems from day one. Very soon after launch, the first users managed to install Fedora Core 5 onto the Playstation 3 via the 'Install Other OS' option in the PS3's XMB (Cross Media Bar), which also allows configuring the PS3 to boot into the other OS installed by default.

So far, several Linux flavors have been successfully installed to the PS3, such as Fedora Core 5, Fedora Core 6, Gentoo and Yellow Dog Linux (YDL). The latter comes installed with the Cell SDK by default, allowing programmers a low cost entry into Cell programming. See also: Linux for PlayStation 3

At this point graphics support is limited to framebuffer access only (no access to the PS3's graphics chip RSX yet). Since NVIDIA has a good track record when it comes to releasing Linux drivers for its products, there is some hope that Linux on PS3 will be able to support the RSX graphics card eventually. In the meantime however, they will have to make do with framebuffer access and software-only implementations of OpenGL, such as Mesa 3D. A port of Lua Player, which will implement Mesa 3D, is already underway.

Homebrew developers do have access to the revolutionary Cell microprocessor, including 6 of its 7 active Synergistic Processing Elements (SPEs). The Game OS resides under a hypervisor and prevents users to take full control of the PS3's hardware. This is a robust security measure which has helped Sony feel secure enough to allow users to install other operating systems to the PS3.

The Sixaxis controller has also been exposed to Linux, but as of yet no driver seems to have been successfully created that exposes its tilt sensor and accelerometer functionality.
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #7 on: February 07, 2008, 09:58:44 pm »
Homebrew Definition from Wikipedia:

Homebrew

Homebrew is a term frequently applied only to video games that are produced by consumers on proprietary game platforms; in other words, game platforms that are not typically user-programmable, or use proprietary hardware for storage. Sometimes games developed on official development kits, such as Net Yaroze or PS2 Linux are included in the definition. Some of these typically go under more frequently used labels, such as freeware. The term doesn't, however, include commercially sold games that are developed without the console manufacturer's license. A popular type of homebrewed games is fangames.

PS3 Homebrew

The Playstation 3 has been designed to run other operating systems from day one. Very soon after launch, the first users managed to install Fedora Core 5 onto the Playstation 3 via the 'Install Other OS' option in the PS3's XMB (Cross Media Bar), which also allows configuring the PS3 to boot into the other OS installed by default.

So far, several Linux flavors have been successfully installed to the PS3, such as Fedora Core 5, Fedora Core 6, Gentoo and Yellow Dog Linux (YDL). The latter comes installed with the Cell SDK by default, allowing programmers a low cost entry into Cell programming. See also: Linux for PlayStation 3

At this point graphics support is limited to framebuffer access only (no access to the PS3's graphics chip RSX yet). Since NVIDIA has a good track record when it comes to releasing Linux drivers for its products, there is some hope that Linux on PS3 will be able to support the RSX graphics card eventually. In the meantime however, they will have to make do with framebuffer access and software-only implementations of OpenGL, such as Mesa 3D. A port of Lua Player, which will implement Mesa 3D, is already underway.

Homebrew developers do have access to the revolutionary Cell microprocessor, including 6 of its 7 active Synergistic Processing Elements (SPEs). The Game OS resides under a hypervisor and prevents users to take full control of the PS3's hardware. This is a robust security measure which has helped Sony feel secure enough to allow users to install other operating systems to the PS3.

The Sixaxis controller has also been exposed to Linux, but as of yet no driver seems to have been successfully created that exposes its tilt sensor and accelerometer functionality.

Famous only among developers currently. Not the general homebrew using public. I see your n00b training hasn't gone well. :P
And shall I also tell you that installing another OS is a Sony supported feature and that cannot be considered homebrew? You can't load a PS3 disc EBOOT.BIN from the HD by using Linux.
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #8 on: February 07, 2008, 10:15:51 pm »
Famous only among developers currently. Not the general homebrew using public. I see your n00b training hasn't gone well. :P
And shall I also tell you that installing another OS is a Sony supported feature and that cannot be considered homebrew? You can't load a PS3 disc EBOOT.BIN from the HD by using Linux.
Hmm...looks like the l33t h4x0r here has not done his home work...  (N)

Team ICE's ps3 Homebrew is FAKE!

Check this out: Date:Yesterday, 10:53 PM
http://forums.qj.net/showpost.php?p=1971019&postcount=53

Full thread http://forums.qj.net/f-ps3-hacks-exploits-and-homebrew-282/t-ps3-hello-world-legit-134417/page6.html#post1971019

 :P :P
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #9 on: February 07, 2008, 10:18:20 pm »
PS3 devs will be happy.....
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #10 on: February 07, 2008, 10:21:38 pm »
Hmm...looks like the l33t h4x0r here has not done his home work...  (N)

Team ICE's ps3 Homebrew is FAKE!

Check this out: Date:Yesterday, 10:53 PM
http://forums.qj.net/showpost.php?p=1971019&postcount=53

Full thread http://forums.qj.net/f-ps3-hacks-exploits-and-homebrew-282/t-ps3-hello-world-legit-134417/page6.html#post1971019

 :P :P
Here's where you went wrong my friend. I wasn't the one who said it's legit. Of course, I guessed it would be legit bcoz MaxConsole and QJ confirmed it at first. But the confirmation was only of the crashing of the PS3.
Quote from: excerpt
It's a real TIFF from a real exploit, sure, but the exploit was never capable of running code; only of crashing the client.
So, there you go. Good night. ;D
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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #11 on: February 07, 2008, 10:30:35 pm »
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It's a real TIFF from a real exploit, sure, but the exploit was never capable of running code; only of crashing the client.
Of course, I guessed it would be legit bcoz MaxConsole and QJ confirmed it at first.

??? :\
 (N)
The Hello World thing never succeeded.

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But the exploit was discovered in libTIFF in 2006 and FIXED in a LibTIFF 3.8.2 patch. Oh, and it was never capable of running code; only of crashing the client....
....Tip to fakers: Next time, at least be intelligent enough to null out the bytes containing the name of the author of the proof-of-concept.

Starjet, Next time quote the whole sentence...k?   ;D

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Re: "Hello World" on PS3
« Reply #12 on: February 07, 2008, 11:11:11 pm »
sure thing, rat. :P