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    would you guys know off hand if bt4 will run on the playstation 3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azboy View Post
    would you guys know off hand if bt4 will run on the playstation 3?
    I don't know for a fact, but I did a quick google for "ubuntu ps3" and came up with several hits that make it seem possible.

    Look into it and lets us know how you fare.

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    Will do tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by micked View Post
    changes=/dev/sdb1 corsponds to your bt4 directory
    First of all many thanks for BT4 beta !
    Thanks also to micked for this tutorial.
    Just a couple of questions, for my previous BT3Final USB Stick install, I created a FAT32 partition for BT, and on the same stick, a second partition ext2 formatted, where I placed changes dir. Is there some benefit keeping separated BT partition from changes partition os should I remove my ext2 part, create a single FAT32 part and use your tutorial ?

    Creating changes dir directly from Windows, it should be placed inside BT4 folder ?

    Thanks again.

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    the beta is definitely sexy.... installing on my macbook aluminum now w00000t

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    Quote Originally Posted by [QMax] View Post
    First of all many thanks for BT4 beta !
    Thanks also to micked for this tutorial.
    Just a couple of questions, for my previous BT3Final USB Stick install, I created a FAT32 partition for BT, and on the same stick, a second partition ext2 formatted, where I placed changes dir. Is there some benefit keeping separated BT partition from changes partition os should I remove my ext2 part, create a single FAT32 part and use your tutorial ?

    Creating changes dir directly from Windows, it should be placed inside BT4 folder ?

    Thanks again.

    Max
    you can use your existing ext2/3 partition and save your changes, or just as I wrote and have the save "changes" folder in your fat32 folder (same as boot and BT4 folders), that was not working in BT3.

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    I thought the changes partition has to be a linux formatted partition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I thought the changes partition has to be a linux formatted partition.
    nop, besides bt I´m also using slax and it works as I describe with a changes folder on the fat32 partition.

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    Looking good

    Well done guys! Working fine for now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by micked View Post
    you can use your existing ext2/3 partition and save your changes, or just as I wrote and have the save "changes" folder in your fat32 folder (same as boot and BT4 folders), that was not working in BT3.
    Thanks again micked, a single FAT32 is good for operations in Win, instead of the second ext2 part invisible for Win.
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