since no one has answered back on joining and creating a scan group well oh well maybe another time
heres some ps3 scene news as promised although i think kakoroto is a dweeb hopfuly we will get kmeaw back on the scene
A lot has been happening this week, homebrew being released, new updates pushed by awesome devs, but one in particular stands out with all these releases. A few hours ago the famous dev that brought to you the first Custom Firmware and the PL3 and PSFreedom. KaKaRoTo, is now back with a new announcement via his twitter, says that he has jailbroken firmware 3.73. Very good news indeed for those of you who are stuck at 3.73. However like his first CFW release this will not allow for backups or any backup managers to run as this would require LV2 peek/poke to run properly. However, he does state that homebrew will work just fine on his upcoming jailbreak. And more good news to follow up with this. He will be releasing this, once he has perfected it.
Here is a chat log with KaKaRoTo
[07:28:58] <sandungas> kakaroTo, this means new tcl patches for mfw and some changes to manage 3.73 ?
[07:29:17] <KaKaRoTo> ddoo, and no I didn’t fix the npdrm algo, that’s what I’m missing (hence the “kind of”) but I’m not
working on that, that’s someone else’s job
[07:30:05] <middleman> gonna debut it at ccc kakaroto or before?
[07:30:06] <KaKaRoTo> ddoo, and even if npdrm signing worked.. how do you install your pkg on an OFW 3.73 ?
[07:30:22] <heri> so KaKaRoTo, once the NPDRM algo is fixed, a release will come?
[07:31:14] <KaKaRoTo> heri, another missing bit, but once that’s fixed, yes
[07:31:23] <KaKaRoTo> but I’ll probably be off country for the next 2 weeks
[07:31:30] <KaKaRoTo> so all work will have to be paused
[07:31:52] <heri> oh, fair enough. we can all wait 2 weeks hey 😛 we have waited months anyways
[07:32:06] <KaKaRoTo> ddoo, that might work.. you could also just install your pkg on 3.55 then upgrade…
[07:32:20] <KaKaRoTo> ddoo, upgrading doesn’t delete any of your packages
[07:32:37] <KaKaRoTo> ddoo, issue is, you’re lost if you didn’t do it before upgrading
[07:32:53] <ddoo> but they fail because the npdrm algo is spoted by the checks in 3.56+
[07:33:13] <KaKaRoTo> heri, also note, I “announced” it because I was excited to see it work as expected
[07:33:22] <KaKaRoTo> doesn’t mean it’s ready for release
[07:33:31] <KaKaRoTo> ddoo, exactly
[07:33:36] <heri> yeh thats what we were saying just before you came
[07:33:43] <KaKaRoTo> so you need : 1 – npdrm algo fixed, 2 – a way to install stuff
[07:33:53] <heri> you only announce when you are confident it works
[07:33:58] <KaKaRoTo> 1 has been done by someone else (don’t know if he’ll share it), and 2.. well, I just did it
[07:34:37] <KaKaRoTo> heri, well, I was testing on 3.60 and it worked, but yes, I did upgrade to 3.73 to test that it still
works just to make sure I don’t tweet any false hopes
[07:34:46] <middleman> but you cant run what you installed until 1 is fixed correct?
[07:34:59] <KaKaRoTo> middleman, exactly
[07:36:17] <middleman> interesting
[07:36:19] <docpaul> nice, thx KaKaRoTo
[07:36:40] * KaKaRoTo needs to hide now if he wants to get any work done
[07:36:42] <KaKaRoTo> ttyl
This is only for those that are on 3.73, those that aren’t please remain on 3.55
now for manga 😄
AKIRA LIVES AMONG US
The end of the world was only the beginning.
Leading the charge for my 2nd wave is another legendary series, this one by Otomo Katsuhiro of AKIRA, Mother Sarah, and Steamboy fame, AKIRA being the most acclaimed and famous work of his. Otomo spent 8 years working on the project, and supposedly it was never completed to his utmost satisfaction. What he has created however has won numerous industry awards both domestically and abroad, and has stood the test of time tremendously well. It is as good as the day he put the wrap on it so many years ago.
AKIRA is set in a post-post-apocalyptic world of 2030, in a vast metropolis built on the ashes of a Tokyo annihilated by a blast from an unknown power. The lives of a group of delinquents are forever changed one night when one of them is involved in an accident which triggers his latent psychic ability. When he is whisked away by clandestine government agents, the others goes after him. Slowly the plot unravels, and the unimaginable power known as AKIRA that destroyed Tokyo 38 years ago and triggered WWIII is revealed.
in 1988 AKIRA was adapted into a landmark animated film, although its plot differs markedly from the print version. Together they are credited as having introduced both forms of storytelling to West and led the way for their popularization in the early 1990s. More recently, Hollywood has been hard at work trying to come out with a white-washed live-action adaptation of it, of which I am very unenthusiastic about. Regardless, the best version is now preserved for all times on the internet.
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