Best way to set up a USB loader in Ubuntu?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Christen, Jan 6, 2010.

Jan 6, 2010
  1. Christen
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    Member Christen GBAtemp Regular

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    Hey all, I'm running Ubuntu Linux, and I was wondering what was the best WBFS manager to use, preferably with a GUI. I'm using a 1.5 TB IProDrive which I saw in the Wiki was compatible. I'm looking to completely format the drive within the program and use it to transfer ISOs. The drive is currently formatted as FAT32. I'm using the latest version of everything. Thanks a lot.
     
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    - If you want an easy WBFS-Manager GUI, Wiithon is the one you're looking for.
    - If you want a great WBFS-Library, which you can also use for converting to .wbfs-Files (for FAT32-Loading) and many more things, I would suggest you Wiimms WBFS Tool (WWT). It's command-Line, but realy easy to handle, in my opinion. Example for adding games with it: wwt -vv -a . Easy, huh?
     

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