My profile picture (as of the time this was posted) pretty much explains my reaction about it...Its just that stuff like that don't exist in my rubbish nation that's why. I'll just stick with emulators as you don't have to burn a disc for every single build.
I've heard of circuits to build a clone of the PC Comms Link card yourself albeit the transfer rate is slow as hell. I never managed to find one as their linked to long dead websites or freakin' stupid non-English sites (curse you foreign languages!).
PSXSDK is for scrubs, PsyQ all the way!
One of the few competently skilled PSX homebrew developers in PSXDEV.
Dev. Console: SCPH-7000 with SCPH-7501 ROM, MM3, PAL color fix, Direct AV ports, DB-9 port for Serial I/O, and a Xplorer FX with Caetla 0.35.
DTL-H2000 PC: Windows 98SE, Pentium III 550MHz, S3 Savage 4 32MB PCI, 256MB SDRAM, 20GB HDD, Lite-on CD-ROM, 3.5" Floppy and ZIP 250.