While we have seen some impressive development and updates with PS3 Game Manager by developer @francesco2013, many user's did not meet the requirements to run this feature packed Game Manager. However, this update brings this release to a much larger audience and takes out all the guess work for someone not who is not knowledgeable with Linux. Version 0.42a comes in a ready to use OPA format that can be loaded with Virtualbox on platforms such as Windows, Mac or Linux. The developer has made the configuration very noob friendly. Checkout the details and also the Video Tutorial where the developer walks you step by step through this easy process.
PS3 Games Manager VirtualBox OVA version 0.42a
I have just finished to release the version 0.42a that comes in an OVA format ready to be used in VirtualBox on any platform (Windows, Linux, Mac).
There are no configuration files to edit and no Linux commands to issue from the console like in the previous editions, making it usable by every user with no IT skills.
The only configuration the user will need to do is managed by a simple script (ps3-setup) that with a series of easy questions allows the user to setup what is needed to adapt PS3 Games Manager to its network.
In specific the script configures:
- Ps3 Games Manager network settings (IP, Gateway, DNS).
- Playstation 3 IP Address (the scripts checks if the PS3 is ONLINE and verifies if webMAN is running).
- Automatic Mounting of Windows and Linux Network Shares containing the game backups ISOs files. It validates the user's input only when it verifies the share is correctly setup to be used by webMAN, PS3NetSrv and PS3 Games Manager.
- USB Game Data Enforcing (when enabled It makes sure no game will be launched without Game Data Enabled)
The whole installation and configuration is done in less then 10 minutes by a totally inexperienced user
I have published a video on Youtube video (see next tab) the explains in details the few very very easy steps needed to make it run.
- Since this version PS3 Games Manager runs on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux using VirtualBox !
- Extremely simplified setup: No config files to edit, no Linux skills required at all. Up and running in 10 minutes!
- Overall improvements and big performance boost.
- VirtualBox installed on Linux, Mac or Windows.
- Network share folder containing the PS3 ISO files.
- PS3 modded with CFW and Webman 1.43.33+ installed.
- PS3 accessible via the internal network.
- A lot of joy of playing
Download : PS3 Game Manager v0.42a
PS3 PS3 Games Manager v 0.42a: Windows, Mac OSX & Linux Support using VirtualBox (Noob Friendly Setup)
By STLcardsWS on Sep 3, 2016 at 1:48 PM
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