No More Linux on PlayStation 3


Tue, Mar 30th, 2010 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

The PlayStation 3 Sony launched has very little in common with the system you can buy now. The PS3 launched when rumble was a last-generation feature, backwards compatibility was a core part of the hardware strategy, and the ability to install Linux on the hardware was attractive for those who liked to tinker with their hardware. So what happened?



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