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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Flame, Jan 10, 2017.
shit just got real.
this is very useful for devs.
Palantine CFW has grown up nicely.
just shows. yellows8 is light years ahead of anyone. his codebase originally started at roughly December 2012 - January 2013.
So what is it?
I think it is just a dev cfw for a9lh?
thought this was sighax for a minute. waiting on that
I will test this and do prep work for my sticky.
Just keep waiting... I'm pretty sure they said that the community would have to figure it out for themselves.
It shows, the last time I ever heard someone refer to SysNAND as PhysNAND was back in the Wii days and early 3DS days lol.
Let me just update and say testing will be hindered something greatly because this is actually over my head and I need to research it.
so uh basically this is a buffed version of luma?
Over 50 Makefile params and the very strong recommendation that you not use distributed binaries, seems pretty safe to say this won't be supplanting Luma as the go-to for the average user
Cool to see though, never thought he'd actually release it, the absolute madman.
I am not an average user and have a long history in the CFW scene. So it's not impossible for me to figure this out, but I still have my limits
Someone tag GovanifY
They way to approach this is to comb over the code for the cool stuff and integrate them into Luma. Hope Tux and Aurora feel this way.
Luma with ctrserver integration would be neat. Probably a large amount of work to make it happen though. 3dshax also doesn't have a license attached as far as I can see, should probably ask yls8 about that.
Hyped. Can't wait to see what's gonna come out of all our new goodies!
Poor nintendo, offers a bounty and hackers just piss all over their faces