This tutorial is made possible by valentinbreiz, markus95 and logic-sunrise.com. The distribution used is compiled with 3D drivers and some emulators.
This is not my guide, I just followed and translated it. Nobody is responsible if you brick your console.
BEWARE: The following steps do not yet work for all PS4 models, because the payload is not compatible:
- CUH-1102A (Should work)
- CUH-1115A (Should work)
- CUH-1116A (Should work)
- CUH-1216 (Not working)
- CUH-1216A (Not working)
- CUH-1208B (Not working)
- CUH-1216B (Not working)
- CUH-7016B (Not working)
- 8GB (minimum) USB Flash Drive (Tested with both USB3.0 and 2.0)
- Payload: ps4-Linux-Loader.bin (download here)
- Fedora Fail0verflow (download here)
- Rufus (download here)
- USB keyboard and mouse
- PS4 Kexploit (IDC) to run the exploit and inject the payload (tutorial on how to run exploit can be found here / I tested with IDC which can be found here: https://www.consolehax.com/IDC)
Step 1: Create a Linux bootmedium
Open Rufus and select DD Image from the dropdown menu under Format Options. Make sure your screen looks exactly like this screenshot:
Click on the icon next to DD Image and select the Fedora image you downloaded earlier (unzip the zip file first). Click Start, and if a prompt shows up, press OK.
Step 2: Run the kernel exploit
Run the kernel exploit so you can inject the payload. If you still don’t know how to run the exploit see number 6 under requirements above.
Step 3: Insert Flash Drive and inject Payload
Connect your USB Flash Drive with the PS4 (port to the right). After that inject the payload ps4-Linux-Loader.bin. If you still don’t know how to inject a payload see number 6 under requirements above.
Your console now needs a couple of minutes before rebooting into Linux and launching the Fedora distro.
FAQ: Try again or another USB Flash Drive if it doesn’t work on a compatible PS4.
View The Thread Here https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4214-tutorial-team-fail0verflows-fedora-distro-on-firmware-405-via-markus95/