RELEASE dOPUS 0.6 - NSP/XCI file installer and manager for the Switch

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  1. Asia81

    Asia81 In my Ecchi World <3

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    I really like having the much more clean as possible sd card's root.
    It possible to say the application to also read the keys.txt file from something like this ?
     
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  2. HiD
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    Yes i’ll check several path and name variations in a next CL.
     
  3. Kubas_inko

    Kubas_inko "Something funny goes here."

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    I gues on earth.
    Oh my. Vita shell on Switch :D
    Love the design.
     
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  4. subcon959

    subcon959 teh retro

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    Would be cool if there was a skin or theme that made it look like the original Directory Opus on Amiga.
     
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    Clean, should add more features to replace NX-Shell. I'm your first tester.
     
  6. annson24

    annson24 The Patient One

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    One suggestion is to have a dOPUS directory inside the "switch" folder, that way the dOPUS.nro can also be in it together with the keys so less clutter inside the switch folder too.
     
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  7. bardock123

    bardock123 Newbie

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    Quick question: would there be any reason why a game that used to not require a software update (when being used as an .xci) is now asking for one? I've tried removing the software through the Switch's built-in software removal setting, but I'm still receiving this prompt. Launching this particular title as an .xci yields the same results. Any insight into this problem would be greatly appreciated.
     
  8. HiD
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    dOPUS supports installing split NSPs on FAT32 :)
    More information here!
    dOPUS will see split files as a single file.
    There is more work to do for XCIs > 4GB (because of the extraction process) but it looks possible as well.
    Cheers
     
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  9. Huntereb

    Huntereb GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Network installation is an expected future implementation, correct? I'm very excited for this piece of software, it looks very promising! Cheers for the effort you've put into this!
     
  10. WiiuGold

    WiiuGold GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Just use DZ !! Its faster then everything out there. Plus tinfoil is going to be close source now
     
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  11. Huntereb

    Huntereb GBAtemp Psycho!

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    :unsure:
     
  12. daxtsu

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    [Citation needed]
     
  13. Picartman

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    I posted this in the Hekate thread but haven't gotten any replies, perhaps I could get some advice here. Here's the original post from the other thread:

    I'm trying to dump my fuses and tsec_keys, but I wanted to double check something because I'm scared of bricking my Switch.

    Starting on 6.0.0, I loaded up ReiNX for my Switch's first dive into homebrew. I have installed my own game's backups and enabled AutoRCM through ReiNX. I read that I can only dump my fuses and tsec_keys with Hekate, not ReiNX, and I wanted to make sure that I would do this process correctly before continuing. Please let me know if this is correct, I would really appreciate it :)

    Power off Switch (AutoRCM still enabled), remove sd card, install Hekate v4.2, insert sd card and use Tegra to inject the Hekate .bin file.
    In Hekate, I click "AtmoHB" and then I assume that takes me to my Switch's home screen. From there, I go to System Settings.
    In there, for fuses, I go to Console Info, Print fuse info, then tap/release the power button once. After that, I go back to Console info, then go to Print Tsec keys, then tap/release the power button once.
    After that, I shut down the Switch, then use Tegra to inject ReiNX again.

    Are my steps safe? Can I leave AutoRCM enabled through ReiNX through this entire process?
     
  14. Billy Acuña

    Billy Acuña GBAtemp Addict

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    I would not trust anyone with a TX's logo as profile pick and who defended TX after the RA's Switch thing.
     
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  15. Draxzelex

    Draxzelex GBAtemp Legend

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    No, you had not just one but 2 replies.
     
  16. blawar

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    citation provided. @WiiuGold
     

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  17. Adubbz

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    I'm not taking Tinfoil closed source, I'm just keeping USB installs private until the GUI is complete. That quote is kinda out of context.
     
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  18. jakkal

    jakkal GBAtemp Addict

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    dz is still the best for me right now
     
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  19. Billy Acuña

    Billy Acuña GBAtemp Addict

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    Actually the 3 ones have its own porpuse, Tinfoil Is explícity just a title manager, dOPUS Is an on-console NSP/XCI management tool and DZ is a networking title installer (see it as a local-hosting FreeShop). I cannot say dOPUS nor DZ are just variations of tinfoil.
     
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  20. jakkal

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    exactly which is why i said its the best FOR ME
    i have it set up with remote and local FTP connections to my home NAS so i can install games from anywhere at 30+ MBps
     
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