I know a lot of really want a CFW for the PS4 but that’s not going to happen for a while as there’s a lot more to it than just having an exploit. There’s been a lot of progress going on when it comes to PS4 scene, as a lot of skilled full dev’s have been adding more tools and documentation all the time. Now the last piece of the puzzle has come together to run Linux on your PS4 with FW1.76.
Badiret poc with libps4/ps4link/ps4sh https://t.co/D2GweJ72JZ 🙂
— bigboss (@psxdev) March 10, 2016
Privilege scalation done 🙂 https://t.co/iSoRnGxDLO
— bigboss (@psxdev) March 20, 2016
aparently ps4 kernel from retail is exactly the same as the one from testkit, minus the data section
— José Miguel (@zecoxao) March 10, 2016
— José Miguel (@zecoxao) April 1, 2016
“You will also need to compile it with CTurt’s PS4 SDK which you can get here”. https://github.com/CTurt/PS4-SDK.
Download: PS4 dlclose exploit
Download: PS4 Linux (needs to be compiled)
Download: A Compiled distro of Linux for the PS4
(Quote from wololo) Update: As pointed out by CTurt, you can simply download the compiled Linux files, put them on a FAT32 USB stick that you’ll connect to your 1.76 PS4, and test directly by going to the PS4 Playground live Demo here.