Compiling your own PSFreedom could never been this easier after Klutsh, famous for his work on psfmod, has make a nice tutorial to compiling your own PSFreedom payloads which can then be used on your PS3 Jailbreak-ready phones. below is the instruction taken from Klutsh’s official blog.
Here’s a real quick guide on getting Ubuntu 10.10 ready to compile the PSFreedom payloads.
- A Working install of Ubuntu 10.10
First thing we need to do is install some applications through apt, so open a terminal and do the following
1sudo apt-get install git-core gnupg flex bison gperf libsdl1.2-dev libesd0-dev libwxgtk2.6-dev build-essential zip curl libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev gcc-4.3 cpp-4.3 g++-4.3 texinfo autoconf
Now we need to clone PSFreedom from github to our local PC, pull it’s submodules and get the toolchain installed
1cd ~/2git clone git://github.com/kakaroto/PSFreedom.git3cd PSFreedom4git submodule update –init5cd pl36git submodule update –init7cd ps3toolchain8sudo ./toolchain-sudo.sh
Now go get a Coffee/sleep, installing the toolchain can take a few hours (6-7 hours if you are running Ubuntu in a Virtual PC)
Ok, so you have had your Coffee or sleep and you have the toolchain installed & PSFreedom cloned to your home directory, the hard part is over.
Now you need to edit your .bashrc file
add the following line to the end of the file
To compile PSFreedom’s payloads is simple now, open a terminal and do the following
That’s it, you can now find the payload .bin files in the PSFreedom/pl3 folder.