Sony may have removed Linux boot support from the PlayStation 3 firmware, but a USB-based exploit can now load the kernel from within a game environment. Sony’s original Linux environment prevented it from accessing the graphics hardware and one of the seven co-processors, but this exploit loading mechanism gives Linux the same hardware access as game software.

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