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    PS3 Star, a backup browser for Linux

    With an interface like "coverflow" that shows the icons of the games in 3D.


    mcc.security presents new utility for PS3, called PS3 Star, and is Not Nothing But a backup browser for Linux environments.

    The application in its first version will scan your hard drive and will show the ID of the game and its icon and all with an interface type coverflow..

    It has been tested only in Linux (Ubuntu 4.10 x 64), but should be adaptable to other systems.

    spanish version



    source - http://www.teknoconsolas.es/
    see the source for instructions and download

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    I think there is kind of a typo in there. I'm pretty sure they meant Ubuntu 10.04.1 seeing as how that's the latest stable. 4.1 is way old...like 2004 old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcide666 View Post
    I think there is kind of a typo in there. I'm pretty sure they meant Ubuntu 10.04.1 seeing as how that's the latest stable. 4.1 is way old...like 2004 old.
    What makes you think this is a typo? Maybe the testers or developer only had that Ubuntu version to try this on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardsito View Post
    What makes you think this is a typo? Maybe the testers or developer only had that Ubuntu version to try this on.
    The end numbers, the OS is free so most users stay up to date with the latest release of their favorite distro, and in the Linux community a month can be like a year. I doubt anyone would still be using Warty Warthog being the initial Unbutu release and way outdated. Especially someone developing for Linux.

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