We have written several posts about how to install a PS5 console on your PC using a USB stick, a Raspberry Pi, and a microSD card.
While the latter method can be done with a USB-powered device like the Raspberry Pi 3 or the Asus RT-AC68U, you’ll need to use a USB cable to power the device.
You’ll also need to install the PS5 firmware to the device, and then plug it in to your PC via USB cable.
Read on to find out how to get your PS5 running on your Linux desktop.
If you’re using a Windows machine, you can download the PS4 Boot Camp OS from the Windows Store.
If not, download the Boot Camp ISO and burn it to a CD.
Open up a command prompt and run the following command to install Boot Camp onto your PC: sudo apt-get install bootcamp