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    cBoot2

    I didn't see that __IOS_LoadStartupIOS() was linked as a weak symbol, so your solution is much easier, because you don't need to recompile the libogc. I am currently working at something else, but I will later come back to cBoot2. FSToolbox uses the SU ticket. As far as I know this is working...
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    Comment by 'WiiGator' in 'cBoot2'

    I didn't see that __IOS_LoadStartupIOS() was linked as a weak symbol, so your solution is much easier, because you don't need to recompile the libogc. I am currently working at something else, but I will later come back to cBoot2. FSToolbox uses the SU ticket. As far as I know this is working...
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    cBoot2

    For the file name change you can use a hex editor, as long as the string length and the file size stay the same. I assume it doesn't compile, because I used arm-eabi-gcc by mistake to detect a header file path. powerpc-gekko-gcc need to be used or just remove "-nostdinc" and "GCC_INSTALL_DIR".
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    Comment by 'WiiGator' in 'cBoot2'

    For the file name change you can use a hex editor, as long as the string length and the file size stay the same. I assume it doesn't compile, because I used arm-eabi-gcc by mistake to detect a header file path. powerpc-gekko-gcc need to be used or just remove "-nostdinc" and "GCC_INSTALL_DIR".
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    cBoot2

    Some time ago I've written a cIOS patch, that replaced the wanted IOS number by the cIOS number on reload. After this change it was nearly impossible to escape cIOS. I needed to turn off the Wii to be able to get back to a normal IOS (Maybe reset button at the console was also working, but I...
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    Comment by 'WiiGator' in 'cBoot2'

    Some time ago I've written a cIOS patch, that replaced the wanted IOS number by the cIOS number on reload. After this change it was nearly impossible to escape cIOS. I needed to turn off the Wii to be able to get back to a normal IOS (Maybe reset button at the console was also working, but I...
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    cBoot2

    cBoot2 needs only a method to start. After installing Bootmii on Boot2 or as IOS, you don't need any Bootmii file on the SD card. For installation you need only the files from Nintendo and the sdroot directory in the cBoot2 archive. So you need one of the following WAD files and the 2 downloaded...
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    Comment by 'WiiGator' in 'cBoot2'

    cBoot2 needs only a method to start. After installing Bootmii on Boot2 or as IOS, you don't need any Bootmii file on the SD card. For installation you need only the files from Nintendo and the sdroot directory in the cBoot2 archive. So you need one of the following WAD files and the 2 downloaded...
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    cBoot2

    The file /00000001/00000001/v2/tmd.2 is not correct. The tool which extracted the file is either not working or you renamed the wrong file to tmd.2. Please check the SHA1 checksum. First check if the WAD file has the correct checksum, then check if the extracted files have the correct checksum...
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    Comment by 'WiiGator' in 'cBoot2'

    The file /00000001/00000001/v2/tmd.2 is not correct. The tool which extracted the file is either not working or you renamed the wrong file to tmd.2. Please check the SHA1 checksum. First check if the WAD file has the correct checksum, then check if the extracted files have the correct checksum...
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    cBoot2

    You need to recompile the source code. You don't have the source code of libogc. http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.p...lease_id=663541 The file libogc-src-1.7.1a.tar.bz2 includes the source code. To apply the patch, you need to change to the directory libogc and run in Linux, CygWin or...
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    Comment by 'WiiGator' in 'cBoot2'

    You need to recompile the source code. You don't have the source code of libogc. http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.p...lease_id=663541 The file libogc-src-1.7.1a.tar.bz2 includes the source code. To apply the patch, you need to change to the directory libogc and run in Linux, CygWin or...
  13. WiiGator

    cBoot2

    @FenrirWolf Yes. @Xerxes I think so. Somebody needs to test it. @lacrima08 This is not my video. I suggest to uninstall and then install ios36-64-v1042.wad. Maybe you need to downgrade more (e.g. IOS16), but most homebrew should use IOS36. Then it should be possible to install cIOS using the...
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    Comment by 'WiiGator' in 'cBoot2'

    @FenrirWolf Yes. @Xerxes I think so. Somebody needs to test it. @lacrima08 This is not my video. I suggest to uninstall and then install ios36-64-v1042.wad. Maybe you need to downgrade more (e.g. IOS16), but most homebrew should use IOS36. Then it should be possible to install cIOS using the...
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    cBoot2

    @cwstjdenobs Yes, you can run a cIOS without installing it, if an IOS is used which is packed to 1 file (e.g. IOS9). IOS36 is more difficult. @n01a I think you just use the wrong tools. You should compare if the WAD file itself has the right SHA1 sum. Zelda must have the SHA1 sum mentioned...
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