Codebreaker This is a Codebreaker that can load CD-R games as well as regular ones. It's in CDI (DiscJuggler) format and it supposedly works, although since I have a real CB disc I haven't tried it.
Schthack's DNS Server This is Schthack's DNS server tool used if you have a Dreamcast broadband adapter and wish to connect without using a Codebreaker or an external DNS. Just extract the files and make sure the IP addresses are up to date in the config.txt file before you run it.
DiscJuggler 4 Demo This is the demo edition of DiscJuggler 4 for people who want to use the same version that I do to burn Dreamcast images. I only provide this download because Padus doesn't provide links to their old software, so I hope Padus doesn't get mad at me or anything. =P
Dreamcast Flash Memory Eraser This tool will allow you to erash the flash memory in your Dreamcast, which includes any stored PSO serials as well as browser information. It's unclear who made the tool originally, but the original topic can be found here. The original Nero image was converted to the more common DiscJuggler format by Caboose.
BlueCrab's PSO Loader 2.0 This is BlueCrab's loader disc that automatically patches PSO to connect to Sylverant, disable the Hunter's License check, and fix the map list in Ultimate mode. It can also patch the game to play the correct music in regular quests that use the Battle mode stages, such as Prospective Horizons. Burn it to a CD-R, put it in your Dreamcast, and then follow the on-screen prompts. Its source code is also available here.
These patches are used to modify my CDI releases of PSO DC before you burn them to a CD-R. These patches are only compatible with the second editions of my USv2 and USv2 EP discs and are not compatible with other disc images, including my original EUv2 and USv2 releases.
GC Name Detection Patch This patch allows Dreamcast Ver.2 users to see who is playing on PSO GC by displaying the character names of GC players in white. Ver.1 players already see GC players with white names, but Ver.2 displays orange names for GC players by default. With this patch you can easily identify who's playing on GC, as unlike Ver.1 players, GC players can be over level 100 and will display a battle score above their heads when you press the R trigger in the lobby, e.g. "W:0 D:0" for somebody who hasn't played Battle mode yet. Note that this patch also causes offline NPC names to appear in white, most likely because Ver.2 detects GC players as NPCs.
PSO DC Widescreen Patch This patch allows Dreamcast users to play the game in 16:9 anamorphic widescreen. In order to use this patch, you will need to set your HDTV to force 16:9 output, as it won't be able to detect that the game is in widescreen on its own. A patch for my original PSOv1 US release is also included. Thanks go out to megavolt85 and Esppiral for finding the values that needed changing to adjust the game's FOV.