Sony playstation development links

Discussion in 'Sony Programming and Development' started by arny91, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. arny91

    arny91 Member

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    Hi everyone, here you are a bunch of links to old websites who dealt with
    playstation development, in particular net yaroze. I'm posting it here because
    it's very old stuff (you can retrieve most of these sites only with the
    Internet Archive Wayback Machine), i noticed there were similar threads for
    other consoles but none for playstation, so i'm creating one.

    I hope these links which i spent too much time surfing at would be useful to
    everyone. Now it's the moment to make it public, as google makes them
    disappear day by day nor i can't remember them for life.

    Let's get started.

    Jeff Frohwein's PSX Tech Page: http://home.hiwaay.net/~jfrohwei/psx/
    http://www.devrs.com

    PADUA PLAYSTATION RESOURCE: http://psx.rules.org/

    Hitmen console: http://hitmen.c02.at/html/psx.html

    Andrew Kieschnick's Napalm pages:
    http://www.cerc.utexas.edu/~andrewk/psx
    http://napalm.intelinet.com/
    http://napalm-x.thegypsy.com/adk/psx/

    Blackbag:
    http://www.blackbag.org/psx/

    Zophar.net psx tech documents: http://www.zophar.net/tech/psx.html

    Other psx tools: http://dev.paradogs.com/

    http://www.megagames.com/psx/psx_utils.shtml

    Jimb Esser's playstation dev page:
    http://www.horningabout.com/jimb/psx/

    James7780 page:
    http://jum.pdroms.de/

    Bero's Not Yaroze:
    http://www.geocities.co.jp/Playtown/2004/psx/ny_e.htm

    Identical software: www.identicalsoftware.com

    Jeff Hamblin:
    http://www.upl.cs.wisc.edu/~hamblin/psxdev.html

    Nathan Meehan: http://web.archive.org/web/20090607022714/http://www.cs.nmsu.edu/~nmeehan/psx.html

    Net yaroze FAQ: http://www.engr.uvic.ca/~seng499/Faq1.htm

    Jeff Alicea:
    http://web.archive.org/web/20070213080526/http://www.enter.net/~jalicea/psx.html

    Skywalker's geocities page (you will find here a psx serial cable project): http://www.reocities.com/SiliconValley/lab/6332/

    Mgarcia pages:
    http://mgarcia.datapax.com.au/pages/IT-Projects/net-yaroze/
    http://mgarcia.datapax.com.au/pages...STER/4-MULTIMEDIA-SYS-ITB257/1-ass/itb257.swf
    http://www.fit.qut.edu.au/student/~n4080475/

    PSX Chipmunk BASIC:
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/psxbasic/
    http://psxdev.dragut.net

    psxdev.de: http://psxdev.de/

    pinknoise: http://www.wss.co.uk/pinknoise/psx/software.html

    farinez: http://www.geocities.ws/farinez/

    PSX Hardware page:
    http://stekt.oulu.fi/~flame/hware/

    Hackler's home: http://nutter.org/~hackler/psx/

    Psxfunstuff: http://comet.activeconcepts.com.au/psx/

    Bitmaster's psx development page: http://www.syncscroller.net/psx/psx-index.html

    K-comm caetla page: http://web.archive.org/web/20050306015519/http://www.netlaputa.or.jp/~iwata/kcomm/caetla.html

    Free wing's homepage: http://210.145.107.130/~freewing/psx/index.htm

    Various tutorials: http://news.hitb.org/node/1713

    http://www.exood4.com/tutorials/articles/consoles/Playstation_01_1.php?lang=en

    http://psxhome.free.fr

    an italian net yaroze page: http://spazioinwind.libero.it/yarozeit/

    romhacking.it: http://www.romhacking.it/

    tails92 webpage: http://tails92.sepwich.com/psxsdk

    I stop here for now, but i'll edit this post to adjust descriptions and add new links if i can think of any.
     
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  2. Cyberghost

    Cyberghost Peppy Member

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    Thanks this is an awesome idea :pray: will be very helpful.
     
  3. Avanaboy

    Avanaboy Spirited Member

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    Good work m8 ;)
    Btw some links are offline , so just use wayback ! :)
     
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  4. DSwizzy145

    DSwizzy145 Well Known Member

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    Any ps3 links to add to that? Please & thank you
     
  5. H360

    H360 Familiar Face

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    At least 80% of those links I have already and have downloaded from each one to back the content up :p

    Thanks for the links anyway :)
     
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  6. arny91

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    No, this list is for ps1 only, and are mostly down. For ps3 there are still a lot of working websites. You can start from here:
    http://www.assemblergames.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10200

    You did a great job if you backed up the websites. I never thought of doing that and i regret it :banghead:. But i saved some other websites, mainly are the official sony websites (unuseful,btw) back in the time when i had a 56k connection (and most of them are incomplete due to this fact). I was still using teleport pro to get the websites, nowadays i would likely use wget.
     
  7. pool7

    pool7 Site Supporter 2014

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    That's a nice list! Thanks for putting it up. :thumbsup:

    I am sure I have a long list of links like these... but it'll take me ages going through many bookmarks in different HDDs/DVDs backups to find anything :S
    If I ever get to go through it, I'll make sure to add anything that's missing here :nod:
     
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    DSwizzy145 Well Known Member

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    @arny91 oh sorry about that and thanks for the link
     
  9. LOSTRANO88

    LOSTRANO88 Active Member

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    thank you ;)
     
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    Oldgamingfart Enthusiastic Member

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    You can still explore dead links with the 'Internet Wayback Machine'. It can be somewhat hit 'n' miss. Better than nothing I suppose.
     
  11. gwald

    gwald Net Yaroze '99

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    Wow kinda weird to find myself and my old student ID number too! lol
    All my Net Yaroze stuff is on my blog.
    I also maintain the old Net Yaroze SCEE domain with info and ex-member stuff.

    And that flash unit... I ended up getting my first programming job as an action script programmer for a dot com company, which only lasted a year and a half :/
     
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  12. arny91

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    Hi @gwald,
    Today I signed in here to try updating the list, but i can't find the edit button :(
    Glad to hear feedback from you. I wasn't watching the thread so i didn't get any email notification
    when you posted your message last July. Back then i was far from home, so i have realized only today that
    you wrote. I didn't know you had a website/blog. This is great, i like it. Also, you did a great job backing up member's pages of netyaroze-europe.com, although, is it currently redirecting to an archived page?

    Anyway, here's what i wanted to add:

    http://www.geocities.jp/team_zero_three/PSCE/english.html
    http://elistas.egrupos.net/lista/tecnicose/archivo/indice/2023/msg/2007/
    http://protectioncrackedright.blogspot.com/2005/08/playstation-and-ps2-links.html

    Hear you back soon!
     
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  13. gwald

    gwald Net Yaroze '99

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    Hi,
    Yes, it points to archive.org (it's all mostly there and existing URL's to pages still work).
    Last year I accidentally delete my VM and I didn't have a good backup of my sites.. so I started again.
    I could recreate it but thought using a wiki would be better, but I"ve yet to do this.
     
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  14. arny91

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    Hi,
    I'm very crestfallen about this. I guess it happened on last october, isn't it?
    Btw, it's weird that you've been online for years, and i didn't notice your website not even by mistake!
    I hope you still have a backup of the elements that are missing, so you can recreate the pages from that.

    P.S: Were your lost websites hosted at your home the same way your current website is?
    What server were you using back then? What about the VM system?
     
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    gwald Net Yaroze '99

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    ha it's no big deal really.. in around early 10's, I was burnt with a hosting company when I had a (too cheap to be true) private linux virtual server (they faked a high traffic report and was held to ransom), luckily archive.org crawled my site, that was a learning experience.
    Since that, I've host my own pages and make sure to get archive.org to crawl it.
    But I didn't make local backups :/
    It was my old laptop running linux mint with a Virtual Box image (16GB) of linux mint, the idea was it could easily be backed up and moved lol.

    I restored the old pages from archive.org.. again.
    But the only things lost, were the things in draft on my personal site.. which is a bit of a bummer... more research into the original playstation SDK, I want to continue it one day.. just a lot to do.
    That's all changed now, because of the raspberry PI and the 3TB harddrive :D it backs up every day to it!

    Also, I used twitter as an image host.. it worked very well... easy to upload and link to.
    At the start of the year, I deleted my twitter.. and it deleted the images with it.
    I did a back of of my account so again, no big deal, I want to repost the good images on my site also..
    Things like when I made the comms cable.. probably better to post on the netyaroze-europe.com site.
    http://www.psxdev.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=62&t=1071&start=20#p15166

    In a way, the accidental deletion forced me to change things up, I wanted a detailed wiki for the yaroze site.
    So that's why my personal blog is wiki based.
    And deleting twitter forced me to look into how to upload images etc.

    I was never concerned about traffic and search engine optimization, but getting of twitter, I guess it's more important now lol
    Anyway.. that's what happened.. no big deal

    EDIT:
    So, I don't think "social media" is overly social, more like popularity media..
    Anyway, I use reddit as a bookmark service and youtube.. for video uploads.
    But would like to see webrings make a come back, ie http://webringo.com
    If you're in contact with other PSX site owners and they too want a webring.. I would join it.

    EDIT 2:
    I tried doing a webring with gamedev stuff.. but webringo doesn't support https :/
    So I just use RSS now.

    But, I'll look at implementing this with my netyaroze site, it's complicated because most of the sites you have listed exist in archive.org only and can't be modified or sites might not want to join etc.
    Maybe via php driven frame or css with back and next on the bottom etc.
    Anyway.. something to think about.
     
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