WiiFlow - an open source GUI USB-Loader

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Jan 17, 2010
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    jceggbert5 Check out my hack, New Retro Mario Bros.

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    WiiflowR27t1_249

    Where is that available?

    Is there a 222 version?

    (I didn't see it at all on the download page)


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    R27t1 was somewhere in the issue page since 1 month and half by narolez.
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    That was fast... Thanks!
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    Any news on this?
    I ask the Thread Starter to not let this thread die...and keep some updates, to remind ppl project's alive.
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    give them some time, they just started with it [IMG]
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    compiled at last, I'm dumb, ther was a libogc on this page
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    I've got a question about updating WiiFlow:

    I have everything set up and working w/ Fat32 & WBFS partitions on HDD. I am not certain what version of WiiFlow I currently have (is there a way to check? I downloaded mine from the original WiiFlow website 1.1, not sure which release#), but I would like to "update" to r25. Do I simply download the 249.dol & 222.dol files and replace my current versions of these files on the HDD.

    Is the file "libogc-23-10-09-DevkitR18-19.zip" only needed for compiling to get versions r26, r27 and future versions not available for direct download?

    Sorry, for my ignorance.
    Thanks
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    MrKill New Member

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    You can download the dol file and replace your current versions on the HDD (dont forget renaming it boot.dol)
    For compiling, i dont know how it work.

    And I'm wondering if the work for fat32/NTFS had begin for wiiflow?
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    wdpaynter New Member

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    Thanks MrKill

    Anyone know what version (release#) the current link on the original Wiiflow website is "r#"?

    Also, what changes have been made between that release and r25? Will I be able to get Guitar Hero 5 & Band Hero to work by just changing the game to use 222 with r25 in WiiFlow?

    I am hesitant to update to r25 b/c everything is most everything is working. Just wanted to know if it will be worth it.

    Thanks
    BP
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    Thanks yet again MrKill !!!

    Still wondering which version I have currently. NSMB works, so I guess I am r20 or better. No big deal.

    Is there an easy way to get GH5 & Band Hero working? Do others have these working within WiiFlow?
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    Yes, use IOS 223 to start the game. [IMG]
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    I guess my confusion was in that, I never installed Hermes 222 or 223 originally through Homebrew Channel. I believe I only had 249 installed, so when selecting 222 or 223 within WiiFlow, it had nothing to point to.??

    Am I correct in this assumption?

    Also, what merge of IOS should I use to install to either 222 or 223? I've read that IOS 37 is needed for GH5 & Band Hero. (All other Guitar Hero & Rock Band games seem to work properly with 249)

    I am traveling, so unable to test until I get home. My plan is to install using this tutorial: http://gwht.wikidot.com/hermes-ios222-223

    Is this correct way to do it? Then select 222 from game options within WiiFlow?

    Thanks for everyone's help!
    BP
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    You got the right tutorial wdpaynter, don't worry.

    Just a quick word to say r-win has started working on FAT32/NTFS support [IMG]
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    Great, Thanks zorglub07!!

    (and to all the others)
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    Hi,

    Install IOS 222 as 38
    Install IOS 223 as 38 merged 37

    Select IOS 223 in the WiiFlow gamesettings for GH5 and BH.
    Start the game and rock!

    WiiNero
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    Only install 222 as 38 merged 37, and forget about 223. Most games will work that way, including GH.
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    In my short experience with 223...only MH:G required that.
    Didnt load on 222
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    depends on what you selected when you installed 222
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    Thank you for continuing work on this.

    I'm a major fan of wiiFlow, but was looking at other loaders for fat/ntsc support. Very reluctantly considering downgrading to another loader to enable more portability in my drive selection.

    It is great that this is now in progress, as I was worried that it was getting abandoned.

    Thanks and best wishes to Narolez, and of course Hibernatus. BUT especially to whomever is now carrying the torch towards the finish line. (Zorglub and r-win?)

    btw the line does move regularly, so good luck. [IMG]

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