Any alternatives to DSLazy for unpacking NDS files?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by El Blacksheep, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. El Blacksheep
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    I'm a linux user, and while normally I'd be able to run a windows program by emulating it, DSLazy uses the .NET 2.0 framework which isn't very compatible right now. It gets really annoying having to reboot to windows everytime I need to arm7 patch a .nds file (which is very often) so are there any alternative methods (linux or windows w/o .NET) for unpacking and repacking these files?
     
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    dsbuff is similar to dslazy but I don't know if it uses .net or not :/
    dsbuff?

    EDIT: uses .net [​IMG]
     
  3. jaywilson

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    DSbuff or something
    and nds top system

    EDIT
    damm beat me to it
     
  4. El Blacksheep
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    so um.
    anybody else? all of those use .net crap.
     
  5. Lomeli12

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    If you have WINE installed you can use DS File Unpacker. I haven't got it to work though.
     
  6. FAST6191

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    DS lazy and DSbuff both use a program called NDStool to work. Being an open source tool (indeed part of devkitarm) it has a linux port
    http://codinglab.blogspot.com/2007/07/nint...nux-ubuntu.html

    http://ezflash.sosuke.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=457 has some stuff from back when on it all although the syntax has probably

    The following are windows based but might have a better time with WINE
    NDSTS
    http://www.no-intro.org/tools.htm
    Crystaltile2
    http://gbatemp.net/t232718-crystaltile2-2010-06-12
    Nitro explorer
    http://treeki.shacknet.nu/

    There are a few others, Lowlines' console tool is java based which might be worth a look
    http://treeki.shacknet.nu/
     
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