So now you have your PlayStation 4 on firmware 5.05 and want to load Linux on your Exploited console? Following the previous release of PS4 Linux Loader developer valentinbreiz had made a recent update to support additional firmwares like the recently exploited 5.05. The title of this utility should be self explanatory but this payload allows you to install Linux on either your 4.55 / 5.01 / 5.05 / 5.07 and also support for PS4 PRO/Slim/Fat models, However some PS4 FAT Models are not cureently supported, additional details about those models can be seen in the release note provided by the developer that also includes additional details and instructions. Linux on the PS4 has been progressing and we should keep seeing more power of the PS4 unlocked.
PS4 Linux LoaderHow to use
A simple payload that let you run Linux on your exploited PS4 WORKS! With IDC's exploit.
Hosted here for your use: http://darbness.com/ps4.
- For now only some PS4 FAT models are supported, see the list here.
- You need a FAT32 formatted USB drive plugged in on any PS4's USB port with the following files on the root directory : bzImage and initramfs.cpio.gz. You can download them here.
- Then you will need to send the payload (PS4-Linux-Loader.bin) to your PS4. For that go to your PS4 web browser, go to darbness.com/ps4 and send the payload to your PS4 using netcat or other.. (You can also use my tool: PS4 Payload Sender).
For 4.55 >>> https://github.com/valentinbreiz/PS4-Linux-Loader/tree/4.55
For 5.01:>>> https://github.com/valentinbreiz/PS4-Linux-Loader/tree/5.01
For 5.05: >>> https://github.com/valentinbreiz/PS4-Linux-Loader/tree/5.05
For PS4 Pro / Slim / Fat >>> https://github.com/eeply/ps4-linux/tree/ps4pro
- Thanks to 2much4u, Darbnes and jiangwei.
- For the kexec execution: https://github.com/kR105-zz/PS4-dlclose/tree/linux-loader
- For kexec: https://github.com/fail0verflow/ps4-kexec
- For more explanations: https://cturt.github.io/ps4-3.html
- For executing code in kernel space: https://github.com/VV1LD/405-KernelDumper
PS4 PS4 Linux Loader (by valentinbreiz) - Supporting 4.55, 5.01 & 5.05 Firmware
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