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Detailed instructions to boot directly into Steam Deck UI on any Linux distro (Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch, etc.) on PS4, PC or any other device.

Boot into Steam Deck UI on any Linux distro (PC or PS4) – Detailed Tutorial

I recently showed you guys how you could install Steam Deck UI on any PS4 Linux distro. Following that, today I will show you how you could boot into Steam Deck UI on any Linux distro on your PS4 or PC. By booting into Steam Deck UI, I mean your PC or PS4 running Linux will be able to boot into Steam Deck UI on startup, much like the real Steam Deck. Isn't that cool. I decided to work on this given how Steam Deck is a distant dream for many of us, due to the console being unaffordable and/or…

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A detailed tutorial to install Batocera on PS4, transfer BIOS, ROMs, etc., automatic WiFi, setup DualShock 4 and access terminal through SSH.

Batocera for PS4 v1: Turn your PS4 into an Emulation Station

Since the beginning of this endeavour, I have had requests from many for a Batocera port for PS4. If you were one of them looking forward to it, today's the day your dream comes true. After a lot of modifications, I have been able to bring Batocera to PS4. So, with this, you can easily convert your PS4 into a gaming arcade, letting you emulate NES, N64, PSX, PSP and more on your PS4. That being said, please note that, this port can be considered a late beta release and might have some issues on some models, especially PS4 Pro.…

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Best affordable Blu-ray writers (both internal SATA and external USB) with blank Blu-ray discs for use with BD-JB exploit for PS3, PS4, PS5, Xbox, etc.

Best Blu-ray Writers and Blu-ray discs for BD-JB exploit (PS3, PS4, PS5, Xbox, etc.)

Ever since theflow0 disclosed his BD-JB exploit affecting the PS3, PS4, PS5 and even Xbox, many have been on the hunt for Blu-ray writers and Blu-ray discs. Why is that? Because, the upcoming exploits or jailbreaks for these consoles will require code running from a Blu-ray disc. That would be the case, atleast until another exploit is available. So here, I would like to reduce your burden by listing a few Blu-ray writers and Blu-ray discs to buy for running BD-JB exploit on your PS4, PS4 and PS5. As for theflow0, he needs no special mention. The man's a legend…

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Install multiple PS4 Linux distros on a single USB drive & multi-boot from the drive without reinstalling using this detailed tutorial.

Multi-boot PS4 Linux Distros from a single USB drive – Detailed Tutorial

At this point, the PS4 Linux community is almost at its peak. We have more than 20 Linux distros to try on the PS4, with more on the way. So, it is time to address the question - "how to multi-boot PS4 Linux distros?" As said, the multitude of Linux distros available for PS4 makes it difficult to choose one. Now, why settle for one, when you can boot multiple PS4 Linux distros off a single USB drive. This is a simple tutorial that will help you set up your USB drive, install multiple distros onto it, and then, boot…

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Install Steam Deck UI easily on any PS4 Linux distro (Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch, Pop OS, Nobara, etc.) and easily launch it with one click shortcut.

How to get Steam Deck UI on any PS4 Linux Distro?

Many of you have been asking this question, especially since the launch of WinesapOS for PS4, based on SteamOS 3. It's understandable, as the Steam Deck UI is eye-catching. Since most of us don't have a Steam Deck, it's also quite desirable to have a feel of what the UI feels like, right? Thus, here we will see how you can get Steam Deck UI on any PS4 Linux Distro. Following this tutorial, you can get the Steam Deck UI running on Ubuntu, Fedora and Arch based PS4 Linux distros. Before we begin, I have to especially thank our forum…

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Nobara 36 for PS4 comes with Mesa 23-git, Heroic Games Launcher, Steam, ProtonUp-Qt, OBS Studio and many more applications to enable gaming and streaming.

Nobara 36 for PS4 with Mesa 23-git: PS4 Distro Release

As you all might know, the Fedora team recently released the latest stable release of Fedora 36. For the uninformed, Nobara Project is an unofficial fork of Fedora OS, made by Glorious Eggroll, the dev behin GE-Proton. Anyways, now, we have Nobara 36 for PS4. With this release, it's safe to say that the PS4 scene doesn't suffer from a lack of distros. Don't believe me? Check the PS4 Linux Distro Download section. Coming back to Nobara, last month, I had released Nobara 35 for PS4. TheĀ  distinguishing features of this awesome project remain more or less the same. We…

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Kyty (Windows) and Spine (Linux) are two PS4/PS5 emulators that are impressive works in progress. Many games including GoW Remastered can get in game.

Kyty & Spine – Two PS4/PS5 Emulators you probably didn’t know of

Yesterday, RPCS3 celebrated 11 years of its inception! Time flies, right? RPCS3, the PS3 emulator for Windows, Linux and Mac has come a long way, making almost every PS3 game playable, one at a time. But, many of you might be unaware of the work ongoing in the PS4 Emulator scene. As a quick reminder of the same, the dev, devofspine released a new version of Spine PS4 emulator. Around the same time, the dev, InoriRus released the first beta version of Kyty PS4/PS5 emulator. This gives hope to many people who might have thought that the scene for PS4…

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A new OS for PS4 - WinesapOS, based on SteamOS 3, with KDE Plasma De, latest Mesa and many gaming apps - Steam, Heroic Games Launcher, ProtonUp, etc.

WinesapOS 3, based on SteamOS 3 for PS4 with Mesa 22.0.3: PS4 Distro Release

The dev scene has had Steam Deck's Recovery image for quite some time now. The curious ones couldn't wait for Valve to release SteamOS 3 to the public and they came up with innovative solutions. Thanks to them, we have WinesapOS based on SteamOS 3. This is an OS that was built from the Steam Deck recovery image and has almost everything that the Steam Deck itself has. Now, I present to you WinesapOS 3 for PS4. What is WinesapOS? If what I have said isn't enough, this is what Luke ShortCloud, the dev behind WinesapOS says about it on…

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