Convert boot.dol to a .wad file?

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Aug 27, 2010
  1. ACCFPopTart
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    Ok so I'm basically asking if someone could link me to a tutorial on how to convert a boot.dol from a homebrew app to a .wad wii channel file?

    Thanks for the help! [​IMG]
     
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    Ok thanks, but does it matter which startup IOS I use? I'm on 4.2U
     
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    Just leave the startup IOS as is.
     
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    Ok thanks!
     
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    Is there a CustomizeMii for Macs (OS X) or some other program to do the same thing?

    Thanks,
    RisnDevil
     
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    If you have mono installed, then CustomizeMii will work.

    http://www.mono-project.com/Main_Page
     
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    I am on OSX too and I used to stick with mono for some time but as its all cmd line based I thought I try VMWare Fusion and Win XP pro, this is working like a charm, try that.
     

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