Linux back on PS3
It all began when a young man named George Hotz began to work on the PlayStation 3, trying to gain access to the machine in a way that made Sony uncomfortable. In response, <a href="http://arstechnica.com/gaming/news/2010/07/sony-now-facing-single-class-... removed the OtherOS functionality</a> of the PlayStation 3 in a mandatory update, and the hacking community was not happy with this decision, resulting in a sort of cold war. PS3 hackers have once again gained the upper hand: <a href="http://gitbrew.org/otheros/">Linux has been returned to the PlayStation 3</a>.
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