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No real work has been done on this yet. Research has begun, though.
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Work on PSP Linux has started at [http://www.psp-linux.org PSP Linux].  Check it out, especially if you're a developer.  It should be pretty easy to get it running, since the PSP uses a memory stick and can load applications on there, but for now nobody knows for sure. The U.S. release will jumpstart the development process, thats March 24, 2005.
  
 
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Short bit of specs:
(from the FAQ below; more specs available there)
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* PSP CPU CORE
 
* PSP CPU CORE
 
* MIPS R4000 32bit Core
 
* MIPS R4000 32bit Core
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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
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[http://www.psp-linux.org/ PSP Linux Official Dev Site]
  
 
[http://www.extremetech.com/article2/0,,1639233,00.asp Sony Details PSP Chip Specs]
 
[http://www.extremetech.com/article2/0,,1639233,00.asp Sony Details PSP Chip Specs]

Revision as of 21:17, 6 February 2005

Work on PSP Linux has started at PSP Linux. Check it out, especially if you're a developer. It should be pretty easy to get it running, since the PSP uses a memory stick and can load applications on there, but for now nobody knows for sure. The U.S. release will jumpstart the development process, thats March 24, 2005.

Short bit of specs:

  • PSP CPU CORE
  • MIPS R4000 32bit Core
  • 128bit Bus
  • 1 - 333MHz @ 1.2V
  • Main Memory: 8MB(eDRAM) (**Changed to 32MB, 4MB embedded in May 2004)
  • Bus Bandwidth: 2.6GB/sec
  • I-Cache, D-Cache
  • FPU, VFPU (Vector Unit) @ 2.6GFlops
  • 3D-CG Extended Instructions


External Links

PSP Linux Official Dev Site

Sony Details PSP Chip Specs

PSP Specs

The PSP FAQ

PSP: A New Taste of the PSP Chips

Taking Apart the PSP

A detailed review of the PSP