Petitboot is a graphical bootloader for the PlayStation 3. Petitboot is a graphical bootloader for the PlayStation 3. It is based on the existing project kboot and the twin windowing system for this GUI.At, petitboot is a work in progress, but works on our test project PS3.This is licensed under GPL v2.Requirements: · libtwinInstallation: 1. Otheros.bld Put your file on a USB disk in a file called / PS3/otheros/otheros.bld. Assuming that your USB disk is mounted in / media / usbdisk: [jk @ pokey ~] $ mkdir-p / media/usbdisk/PS3/otheros [JK @ pokey ~] $ cp otheros.bld / media/usbdisk/PS3 / otheros / If you do not have a USB floppy, you can use any type of media that the PS3 can read - CDROM, DVD, Compact Flash, etc. Just make sure that the file is called / PS3/otheros/otheros . bld.2. Plug the USB drive into your PS3 and navigate to System -> System Settings -> Install Other OS. The PS3 should find the new file on the USB drive and install it.3. To start with petitboot, just set your default operating system for "Other OS" (System -> System Settings -> Set Default OS) and reboot.Usage: When does petitboot, he will try to find existing Linux by looking for / etc / kboot.conf, / etc / yaboot.conf or / boot files / petitboot.conf on any storage device connected to the system. Each discovered device appear on the left pane of the screen and boot options appear on the right.You can navigate through the options starting with the arrow keys (if you have a USB keyboard connected), or D -Pad on the PS3 controller. If you use a PS3 controller, you will need to be connected via cable, wireless controllers are not (yet!). If you have only a blank screen without icons device, then petitboot found no bootable options. You can return to a text console (using Alt + F1) for investigate.The keys are available: Keyboard PS3 ControllerFunction Up, Down, Left, Right Navigate between optionsEnter boot startup optionDelete select Circle / Square Backspace Boot to GameOS1 Switch to 720p Mode2 Switch 1080i mode3 Switch to 1080p modeAlt + F1 switch to text console (Alt + F2 to return) Consolee petitboot you use the console (or by pressing Alt + F1, or logging in over the network), you have a fairly standard Linux system available. Some notes: · discovered storage devices are mounted in / var / tmp / mnt, nominated by their unit. For example, / dev/ps3da1 is mounted on / var/tmp/mnt/ps3da1. · To boot a kernel using kexec: kexec-f - append = "root = / dev/ps3da1" / var / tmp / mnt / ps3da1/boot/vmlinux.