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    Quote Originally Posted by xerxesrex View Post

    proceeding to the next step now. update here again later. thanks for helping mate.
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    i reboot icon from xmb didnt reboot my ps3 the screen flashes and stay still at ps3.
    feel like giving up.
    10. Run script create_hdd_region.sh - rem to CHMOD 755
    11. Reboot and boot petitboot again
    12. You should see now new HDD device on petitboot, /dev/ps3dd.

    How do you reboot into petitboot? by that xmb icon you are talking about? Try the recovery button sequence, it should give you petitboot in stead of the recovery menu...
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    before running the reboot program run the boot otheros++
    after that you should be in petitboot...

    or do what @OoZic said...

    Oh and kind on/offtopic glevand sometime ago (when gitbrew server were online) managed to get petitboot running on boot and made a MFW task with that..
    Where can i find that task?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OoZic View Post
    10. Run script create_hdd_region.sh - rem to CHMOD 755
    11. Reboot and boot petitboot again
    12. You should see now new HDD device on petitboot, /dev/ps3dd.

    How do you reboot into petitboot? by that xmb icon you are talking about? Try the recovery button sequence, it should give you petitboot in stead of the recovery menu...
    i don't know what went wrong here,

    after running the script, i rebooted the ps3, and went into XMB,

    from XMB, i choose the reboot pkg, but the screen flashes and stay in XMB

    if i try otheros pkg then it boot into petitboot

    but there is no linux image to choose, i have my usb root directory the linux image there.

    instead the menu online shown additional line which is :
    netboot: tftp://root =dev/dev/nfs ip=any nfsroot

    what is wrong here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OoZic View Post
    10. Run script create_hdd_region.sh - rem to CHMOD 755
    11. Reboot and boot petitboot again
    12. You should see now new HDD device on petitboot, /dev/ps3dd.

    How do you reboot into petitboot? by that xmb icon you are talking about? Try the recovery button sequence, it should give you petitboot in stead of the recovery menu...
    i choose the reboot xmb icon, but the screen flashes and stay at xmb.

    recovery button sequence?how to perform that?
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    @xerxesrex if not installing from a CD/DVD you will have to create a bootable usb install
    http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/ <- use this program
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    Quote Originally Posted by r07f1 View Post
    @xerxesrex if not installing from a CD/DVD you will have to create a bootable usb install
    http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/ <- use this program
    my bad, sorry for being noob, i will burn the image now :o
    thanks mate for having faith and guide me along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r07f1 View Post
    @xerxesrex if not installing from a CD/DVD you will have to create a bootable usb install
    http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/ <- use this program
    please bear with me, i just started burning the 400MB++ cd
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    Quote Originally Posted by xerxesrex View Post
    my bad, sorry for being noob, i will burn the image now :o
    thanks mate for having faith and guide me along.
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    please bear with me, i just started burning the 400MB++ cd
    u make my day mate, i am in. at installation screen now. finger cross all should be smooth sailing. thanks
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    now is the waiting game, formating take ages to finish.
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    hey mate. formatted the partitions. somehow stuck at file copying. not sure if it is disc problem. will try it next time. thanks again for all of you who contributed. cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xerxesrex View Post
    i think i am close to it.

    from the root directory, downloaded createhdd from tinyurl, run using:
    sh create_region_hdd.sh

    the output as follow:
    number of storage devices 4
    searching for disk storage device..
    found disk storage device
    device index 3
    device id xxxxxxxx
    number of regions 3
    total number of blocks xxxxxx
    last region start sector xxxxxx
    last region sector count xxxxx
    number of free sectors xxxxx
    creating new storeage region (xxxxxxx,xxxxxx)
    new storage region id xxxxxxx


    u guys rock!
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    proceeding to the next step now. update here again later. thanks for helping mate.
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    i reboot icon from xmb didnt reboot my ps3 the screen flashes and stay still at ps3.
    feel like giving up.

    hey, the reason this worked is because the copy you got off the internet did not have carriage returns in it. somewhere along the way, carriage return characters got added to line feeds and ash (the shell interpreter) didn't like it. another way to fix this problem is to do this:

    # cat create_hdd_region.sh | tr -d "\r" > /tmp/create_hdd_region.sh
    # chmod 755 /tmp/create_hdd_region.sh
    # . /tmp/create_hdd_region.sh

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    Quote Originally Posted by o0sdaq0o View Post
    hey, the reason this worked is because the copy you got off the internet did not have carriage returns in it. somewhere along the way, carriage return characters got added to line feeds and ash (the shell interpreter) didn't like it. another way to fix this problem is to do this:

    # cat create_hdd_region.sh | tr -d "\r" > /tmp/create_hdd_region.sh
    # chmod 755 /tmp/create_hdd_region.sh
    # . /tmp/create_hdd_region.sh

    i see, finally i realized the real culprit is the different format between windows and unix, anyway it seems there is some installation of red ribbon on my machine, the thing just hang half way through the file copy process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xerxesrex View Post
    i see, finally i realized the real culprit is the different format between windows and unix, anyway it seems there is some installation of red ribbon on my machine, the thing just hang half way through the file copy process.
    Hi,

    If you have problems with the installation using a CD, you can use a USB stick instead. You only must "unpack" the ISO content on a USB stick using Winrar.

    You can get more info about it on the "Boots LiveCD from USB pendrive" section at the Red Ribbon wiki.

    Regards

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    Hi,

    I have published a new update

    This update includes the following changes:

    - Added a 3.6.7 kernel with the Graf_chokolo's, Marcan's and Gitbrew's patches.
    - Added PS3-utils.
    - Added Mplayer.

    You need to connect the PS3 to the internet, open a lxterminal and download the file:

    Code:
    wget http://redribbon.t15.org/downloads/online-update-2012-11-21.sh
    Then, you can execute it:

    Code:
    sudo sh online-update-2012-11-21.sh
    And wait until finished.

    The next time that you reboot the system, some new kernel options will appear on Petitboot. You must select the new 3.6.7 option for OtherOS or Asbestos.

    Once you have booted using the new kernel version, if you want to remove the old 3.5.2 kernel versions, you can do it using the Synaptic package manager or executing the next command on a lxterminal:

    Code:
    apt-get remove linux-image-3.5.2-red-ribbon-powerpc64-asbestos linux-image-3.5.2-red-ribbon-powerpc64-otheros linux-headers-3.5.2-red-ribbon-powerpc64-asbestos linux-headers-3.5.2-red-ribbon-powerpc64-otheros
    Regards
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