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can anybody here tekll me how to put linux or windows on my psp i have a 2 and a 4 gb mem stick so can any body tell me hiow
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How to run
1) Create your bochs image and configuration files. I highly recommend installing the OS on a PC before moving it to the PSP (unless you want to spend the next 10 years staring at a progress bar). You can also download some readily available images from here.
2) Download and unzip the files below.
3) If you have 1.0 firmware put the EBOOT.PBP file under the GAME directory (e.g X:\\PSP\\GAME\\BOCHS where X is the PSP drive). If you have a version 1.5 firmware you need to repackage the file using KXploit. I haven't tested it on a v1.5 firmware so I hope it works. It won't work on newer firmwares (v1.51, v1.52, v2.0) because it's impossible to run homebrew applications on them at this time.
4) Create a directory named VM in the root of the memory stick (e.g X:\\VM).
5) Copy the disk images and bios files anywhere on the PSP.
6) Edit the bochs configuration file so it will point to your disk images and bios files correctly. Note that on a PSP you have to use the "ms0:/" prefix as the root of your filesystem (see the example configuration in the downloads). Also set the amount of memory your VM will use. Be sure to set it to about 8MB as the PSP will crash if you try to use more (the PSP has about 32MB of RAM total).
7) Rename the bochs configuration file to "bochsrc.bxrc" and put it under the VM directory. This is the only real requirement as the path to the configuration is hardcoded. You can put the rest of the files wherever you want as long as the configuration file points to them correctly. See downloads section for sample script.
8) Run bochs and hope for the best.




Keys
Directional keys - Mouse movement (press repeatedly)
SQUARE - Left mouse button
CIRCLE - Right mouse button
CROSS - Middle mouse button
START - Opens the windows start menu
SELECT - Quits immediatly (though you should shutdown windows instead)


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Important note:
By downloading the file you agree that I am not responsible for any damage caused by this software. I use the "overclocking" feature the PSP has to make the CPU work full speed at 333mhz. Nobody is sure how it affects the PSP. Also, the virtual machine sometimes writes a lot of data to the flash memory stick which could shorten it's life.
Bottom line, If your PSP starts bursting into flames after running this, don't blame me.
PSP binaries
Samples bochs script for DLX Linux

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use google next time

http://www.hacker.co.il/psp/bochs/

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Originally Posted by Lucid
It won't work on newer firmwares (v1.51, v1.52, v2.0) because it's impossible to run homebrew applications on them at this time.
You can't run kernel mode apps on firmware above 1.5. Regular homebrew has been made to work on as high as fw2.6 using the GTA:LCS softmod.

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I use the "overclocking" feature the PSP has to make the CPU work full speed at 333mhz. Nobody is sure how it affects the PSP.
It just drains the battery faster, I thought. Does it improve performance noticeably? I assumed that the PSP was more IO-bound (because of limited RAM) than CPU-bound.
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Do you really want to do that to that to your psp? if used incorrectly, it can "brick" your psp.
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Yeah that sounds like to much trouble and potential for damaging your psp. I won't try it, but I just read that there is a playstation emulator. I have to look into that, because I thought that emulated playstation games would be unplayable on the psp.
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