Atmosphere-NX - Custom Firmware in development by SciresM

Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by Waze0613, Feb 17, 2018.

  1. Muxi

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    Is not an emummc.kip in the atmosphere folder required? So far, 4mxw has not released anything!
     
  2. Kubas_inko

    Kubas_inko "Something funny goes here."

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    I gues on earth.
    He "released" it multiple times on discord.
     
  3. Banner24

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    i boot always into the RCM after the atmosphere logo :O
     
  4. Chocola

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    Some users said that they didn't need it, on my case I have the patches and work fine (but with partition method).

    If you need the patches, I compile both from 4mxw repository, let me search my thread and I link it to you for the patches.

    Found: https://gbatemp.net/threads/how-to-setup-atmosphere-emummc.541060/page-2#post-8679301

    You can download the patches here if you don't like to compile yourself.
     
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  5. Muxi

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    Ahh, I've paid my attention to his github.....Thanks for this advice

    Thanks for that. I have already tested the last version from Discord, as well as the linked version of this file in vain. Are there any additional steps required for the emuMMC file version?

    In addition to the kip file in the atmosphere folder, I also created a folder "emummc" in root, in which there is an emummc.ini with the following content:

    [emummc]
    emummc_enabled = 1
    emummc_path = /emummc/nand
    emummc_nintendo_path = /emummc/content

    I have placed the split image nand files (created via SX OS) in the folder emummc / nand and set the archive bit for this nand folder.
    What have I done wrong, or overlooked?
     
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  6. Banner24

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    I did this:
    [emummc]
    emummc_enabled = 1
    emummc_path = /EmuMMC

    and created a folder in the EmuMMC named eMMC and there were the boot0, boot1 and 00.
    But i get a boot into RCM, now i try fat32 with the new kip files, i think my was broken.
     
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  7. Muxi

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    But what about the archive bit, which, according to Changelog, has to be set for the folder with the nand files? Did not you do that?

    or does the archive bit have to be applied to the entire folder structure?
     
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  8. Banner24

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    I thought I knew what meant, but meanwhile I do not know.
    I'm sorry.
     
  9. Chocola

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    The config are correct, and didn' extra step are required, but as I read, the SX OS emunand put a "signature" on the first file and atmos expect the boot0 on this place, so it's possible that you need trim the signature from the first file (the first 1024 bytes) to do this on linux you can do with dd, on Windows I don't know:

    Code:
    dd bs=1024 skip=1 if=<first sx emunand file> of=<new first emuMMC file>
    But I don't know if with this work or you should realign all data after this, but i'm sure that this are falling on your emuMMC setup.
     
  10. Muxi

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    This is the section from the changelog, the bold marked area describes this:

    Support is also included for redirecting NAND to a collection of loose files on the SD card.
    • This can be done by setting emummc!emummc_path to the folder (with archive bit set) containing the NAND boot partitions' files "boot0" and "boot1", and the raw NAND image files "00", "01", "02", etc. (single "00" file with the whole NAND image requires exFAT mode while multipart NAND can be used in both exFAT and FAT32 modes).
     
  11. Chocola

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    Yes, on file based method the archive bit are required, the files that SciresM talk are the backup files generated by Hekate, if you don't want waste time fixing the generated files by SX tools you can extract them with Hekate, for split image files you just need put a FAT32 SD card on your Switch, Hekate gona dump it splited because the FAT32 didn't allow files more larger than 4GB and these files are 100% valid for emuMMC without need any extra step.
     
  12. Muxi

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    Nice shit .... I knew that the thing has a catch ... of which I understand nothing. I have to try it now with a Hekate Nand backup. Too bad that I have only an account link in my SX OS file emunand .........

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    I know....I have not used exFAT on the SD card in the console for a long time because of the danger of data corruption. I am Mr. FAT32!
     
  13. cucholix

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    You need to delete previous system modules installed on titles folder, for example emuiibo, freebird, sys-clk, and that app ti light up the home button. Or else the system will get stuck on Switch logo :c
     
  14. Zidapi

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    After copying across the new files can I update via System Settings?

    I usually use Choi but the “Sith” hasn’t added the 8.1.0 files, and I don’t have access to a PC right now.
     
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  15. Muxi

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    Is there anyone here who has already emuMMC as a file variant, already running?
    I did not manage it with the Hekate Nand Backup either ........

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    I have no modules installed by hand, but use the start-setting of Atmo Release 0.9.1
     
  16. Dave_Chad

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    I have tried but still can't get file variant running.
     
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  17. Muxi

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    As it seems, currently only the partition variant runs satisfactorily, although in my opinion the file variant is more recommendable because of the user-friendliness.
     
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  18. stick267

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    Pretty cool that the emuMMC funtionality works with an already-created SXOS hidden partition. I've had that running for like a year so it's nice to just keep it rolling with that.

    What's everyone's plans for their emuMMC setup? My sysMMC (I guess we should call it that now) is on 5.1 so I'm gonna keep it there for the eventual PegaScape functionality. Then I'm thinking two separate emuMMCs:

    One clean, up-to-date emuMMC for legitimate/online play and one dirty emuMMC for offline homebrew/NSP usage.
     
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  19. qris1

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    I just updated to the latest version of Athmosphere, injected latest hekate and when I launch the cfw the Athmosphere logo pops up and then black screen, everytime I try. But I'm still in RCM. Any ideas?
     
  20. ShadowOne333

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    Hekate doesn't work with the latest Atmosphere I believe.
    Try using fusee instead of Hekate for booting up.
     
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