Currently, russian developer IronPeter is acting as an incredible project leader. He's incredibly well experienced with Nv30/Nv40/G70 Nvidia chipset families (RSX belongs to one of them). And he got a damn strong motivation and all the knowledge to create a fully usable graphic library.
Install cygwin (if you don't have any Linux) and type in
svn checkout svn://svn.pspdev.org/ps3ware/trunk
That will download on your hard disk, in current directory, the lastest version of the source of the library libps3rsx. I still have hope that, later, specific Linux kernel installation can be avoided and ps3link will appear, compatible with that library, allowing easy compilation and transfert from PC. Probably in 2008.
So, you just need to wait until his library is finished. Easy enough?
EDIT: Glaurung is incredible too. He's working mainly on linking IronPeter's work with existing high level Linux modules (Xorg, etc...). He just managed to create an independant context. I.e two separate processus can maintain independant graphic environments without too much slowdown when switching (quite necessary for high level Linux modules).
This post has been edited by openxdkman: Nov 25 2007, 07:31 AM