First you must have bought an original “fat” PS3 between Nov. 1, 2006 and April 1, 2010, from an authorized retailer, Polygon reported.
You also need to provide the serial number or your PlayStation Network user name.
Finally, you have to legally swear you knew that you could install Linux on the system and/or lost value of your PS3 when Sony removed the option, CNET reported.
The deadline to submit claims is April 15, PC Mag reported.
For complete details, as well as to file a claim, click here.