Cool Homebrew: Mini Mac DS R3

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  1. ninjaapple
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    Newcomer ninjaapple Advanced Member

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    There has now been an actual operating system for the DS.Not like those crappy ones like the R4 firmware, DS Organize or DS Linux(which by the way was cool but the fact that it was command-line really made it sucks). TheLazyOne has released a REAL graphical user interface operating system. Graphical user interface meaning no commands, just graphics like in windows. The only thing you people might hate about this homebrew is that it was replicated from the Mac operating system, not windows. A minor drawback, all the same.

    Download it here: http://filetrip.net/f1493-Mini-vMac-DS-R3.html

    I think this operating system can have .exe files installed to it, after all, it is an operating system.

     
  2. Knyaz Vladimir

    Member Knyaz Vladimir 3DS Hacker

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    I've used this before, but it only worked on a PC. Here are the drawbacks.

    1. Needs Slot-2 card
    2. Size? 190MB, but it may have changed.
    3. Requires you to press C button during error. No button exists.
    4. Seems a bit flimsy at times.

    But, if you ignore the 4 statements I said, it's a great DSOS.
     
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    Member Thoob LOLmonade.

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    It's Mac OS. .exe files are for Windows. You fail, sir.

    EDIT: Didn't notice this at the time, but this homebrew is almost 2 years old. Certainly not something that should be in the "News" section.
     
  4. fgghjjkll

    Member fgghjjkll GBATemp MegaMan

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    How is this news? It's been out for ages. It's nothing new.
     
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