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ISO - DAX - CSO Converter

   1.08  

KDE Kommander Script

Score 81%
ISO - DAX - CSO Converter
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  56297
Submitted:  Dec 6 2006
Updated:  Feb 3 2007

Description:

This is simple Kommander script for converting PSP UMD backups between three file formats ISO DAX and CSO Recent additions are popstation & docmaker.
Docmaker can convert PS and PDF files to series of PNG files
Script depends on:
Kommander
ImageMagick
ciso v1.01
daxcr v0.3
umdsign v?.?
Copstation v2.21 support for 303OE-C version of popstation
docmaker v?.? update to version released with 303OE-B

Source for ciso umdsign daxc Copstation and docmaker are now included in download archive.
Reason for this is was minor modifications to sources to avoid warnings and errors during compile and execution.
ciso was missing some includes
umdsign had some windows specific calls and missing includes
Copstation makefile is modified (just added option in CFLAFG -Os code optimization) so it'll compile and work on SuSE (extraction of ISO did not work without this modification)
Kommander is part of kdewebdev3 package
ImageMagick is package of command line graphic utilities
To compile ciso, daxcr and popstation gcc and zlib-devel package must be installed.

Original source for ciso and umdsign is part of devhook SDK 0.46.0000 file is called dh046_SDK.rar and it can be found on various PSP forums and sites.
To compile ciso:
Extract source to some folder
in Konsole type:

gcc -o ciso ciso.c -lz

ciso will be created and there shouldn't be any errors and warnings
to make ciso executable type:

chmod a+x ciso

copy ciso to path eg. "/usr/local/bin"

Usage: ciso level infile outfile
level: 1-9 compress ISO to CSO (1=fast/large - 9=small/slow
0 decompress CSO to ISO

To build umdsign

in Konsole type:
gcc -o umdsign umdsign.c

umdsign will be created and there shouldn't be any errors and warnings
to make umdsign executable type:

chmod a+x umdsign

copy umdsign to path eg. "/usr/local/bin"

Usage: umdsign [iso_filename]

Source for daxcr is part of DAX ZISO loader and it can be found at http://dax.psp-tuts.net/DAXZISO_062.zip
To compile daxcr:
Extract source to some folder
in Konsole type:

make

daxcr will be created warnings are OK if there is no errors
to make daxcr executable type:

chmod a+x daxcr

copy daxcr to path e.g. "/usr/local/bin"

Cross conversion DAX to CSO and CSO to DAX creates temporary file in /tmp folder.
File is deleted automatically when conversion is done.
You should check if you can reed and write to /tmp folder

Source for Copstation can be found at http://coldbird.lan.st/
To build Copstation (popstation)

in Konsole type:
make all

popstation will be created with some warnings but there shouldn't be any errors
to make popstation executable type:

chmod a+x popstation

copy popstation to path e.g. "/usr/local/bin"

Usage:
For Packing : popstation title gamecode compressionlevel inputfile.iso
For ISO-Extraction : popstation -iso outputfile.iso

docmaker is part of 303OE-B
To build docmaker

in Konsole type:
make

docmaker will be created and there shouldn't be any errors and warnings
to make docmaker executable type:

chmod a+x docmaker

copy docmaker to path e.g. "/usr/local/bin"

Usage: docmaker gamecode directory

COPSTATION (popstation) NOTES
I decide to use Coldbird's Copstation instead of Dark_Alex popstation because it can do much more. It can auto detect game code manipulate boot screen for PSX games extract ISO files from EBOOT.PBP and it was much more fun to play around

To use PSX games converted with Copstation you must have 303OE-C or better installed in your PSP
There are two versions of 1.08 Du to a bug in Kommander 1.2.0 (Specific to Copstation part of gui) version for 1.3.0 (might work with kommander v1.2.1 and greater) has less fields to fill.
No more need for BASE.BPB and KEYS.BIN
Create folder storing PNG images (images can have meaningful names in that folder e.g. background.PNG)
Boot screen logo(ex warning) make small files 10 to 20 Kb
Added Preview button for LOGO screen
Added Preview button for game selection screen. You must specified icon and background image for preview to work. It depends in ImageMagick package

Greeting Kradovan




Changelog:

Ver.1.00
Initial release
Ver.1.01
Added support for UMDSign
Some minor gui fixes
Ver.1.02
Some minor gui fixes
Ver.1.03
Added direct conversion DAX to CSO and CSO to DAX
Some other fixes
Ver.1.04
minor modification to GUI (tab order)
added POPstation support PSX to PSP (not tested it is the 01.01.07 and I cant find any PSX cd's at home must wait til tomorow for shops to open)
V1.05
major modification to POPStation
added suport for PSPXSave
two slightly diferent versions du to an error in kommander V1.2.0 (difference is only in popstation)
Ver.1.06
complete remake of POPStation to use ver. for 3.03OE-A
added support for DOCMaker
added conversion PS & PDF to PNG as part of docmaker
how to for creating valid PS & PDF files
removed PSPXsave support
corrected spelling for What's This Help
Ver.1.07
added Preview button in POPstation
V1.08
modification to POPStation part of GUI to support
new Copstation v.2.21
Rename POPstation to Copstation
support for ISO extraction from EBOOT.PBP




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 Thanks

 
 by immolo on: Jan 1 2007
 
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Just tested the popstation part and it works great expect the BASE.PBP has to be in the same directory as you run the converter from may want to add that or place a path to option.

Good luck with adding the PSXSave feautre I can't wait for it.


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 Re: Thanks

 
 by Kradovan on: Jan 2 2007
 
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thanks for testing
Will fix that
must go out and buy PSX game so I can see what is happening.
And it'll be easyer to implament pspxsave with real game
Greeting Kradovan


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 kommander trouble

 
 by Kradovan on: Jan 2 2007
 
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I found a big problem with kommander v.1.2.0 both editor and executor.
Some string functions are not working and I was trying to use them.
Solution is to upgrade kommander to version 1.3.0 but it is not so easy.
You'l have to compile it source can be found at http://kommander.kdewebdev.org/releases.php
I'll try to make two diferent versions of script one for 1.2.0 and one for 1.3.0 Fix for popstation trouble will be out in a day or two as time alows.
Greeting Kradovan


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 Re: kommander troubl

 
 by immolo on: Jan 3 2007
 
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Program seems to run fine in version 1.2.1 but I have yet to try all the fuctions in the program.Anyway I have some ideas to make the popstation conveter better maybe we could work together on making it to the same standard as the Windows versions of the popstation GUI?


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 how to open

 
 by nicoleco on: Oct 12 2007
 
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how to open/use the software?
i don't know how to open the kmdr.file can teach me?please


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 CDDA support

 
 by sl1pkn07 on: Oct 31 2007
 
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This program (popstation part) is compatible with PSX game with CDDA tracks?

thanks


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