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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : Universal IPS Patcher and Make/ApplyPPF 3.0(!) ported to AOS4.
   posted by spotUP on 13-Oct-2005 1:18:05 (1722 reads)
About Universal IPS Patcher;
This is an IPS patcher. Use this to patch your ROM files with IPS patches.

About MakePPF 3.0 and Apply PPF 3.0;
These are the newest versions of the PPF patching tools from Paradox.
This version supports PPF 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0.
Find more info about the Apply/Make PPF at

Download these fine ports from

.. spot'n'booger / up rough drinking beer and porting wacky stuff 2005!

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Re: Universal IPS Patcher and Make/ApplyPPF 3.0(!) ported to
Posted on 13-Oct-2005 6:51:18
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Re: Universal IPS Patcher and Make/ApplyPPF 3.0(!) ported to
Posted on 13-Oct-2005 13:25:21
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Hehe, well, I just discovered how easy it is to port command line tools, and there are quite a lot of 'em out there.
Everyone can do it, this is how:

Find a suitable tool to port, say for example bin2iso.
Download the source, if it's only one file, bin2iso.c, type;
GCC bin2iso.c -o bin2iso.exe

This produces the exe file called bin2iso, i all goes well.

If there's more files in the archive, there's usually a makefile aswell.

Look for makefile.linux, these often works for AOS4 straight away.
Rename it to just makefile. then type Make.
If all goes well, you'll get some AOS4 binaries, if something fails, first check the makefile, if it's too big and messy, try compiling the stuff by hand,
if it's not too messy... Good luck ya'll, let's see some ports from all you none coders like me out there!

AOS4 Betatester, Peg2, G4@1ghz, Radeon 9250 256mb, 1gb RAM.

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