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#1
I first noticed this around when it started showing up in the source tree (2004?)
and I realize that it has never been compiled with PCSX2 (though it is checked out when compiling from SVN) I presume that this is because it would require the PS2 development toolchain to compile, instead of just a regular x86 compilation environment. Am I correct in assuming this?
Also, has anyone successfully compiled it recently, and if so how well does it work?
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#2
It doesn't provide enough modules to work as a BIOS. The best it can do is register as a valid BIOS image in PCSX2's GUI.
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#3
is it Copyrighted as the Normal PS2 BIOS ?


my #2500 post yeah ! Laugh
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(08-07-2012, 09:19 AM)abdo123 Wrote: is it Copyrighted as the Normal PS2 BIOS ?


my #2500 post yeah ! Laugh

If it is what I'm thinking (an open source bios), then no and that's exactly the point Wink However, reverse engineering that, I imagine, is an absolute pain. Don't think the PS1 even had something similar made.
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