DS2x86 Released!

Discussion in 'Supercard SDK' started by phoenixclaws, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. phoenixclaws
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    In case anybody hasn't seen it yet the new branch of DSx86, aptly named DS2x86, for the SCDSTWO is out.

    This is his latest blog post:
    I haven't had a chance to test it yet but knowing the community there was definitely an eager wait for it.

    Pate's DS/2x86 homepage
    Pate's DS/2x86 Blog
    Pate's DS/2x86 Download Page

    (This is the same as my post on the SCDSTWO forums)
     
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  2. kiafazool

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    ohhh ****
    thankts pate
    i was waiting for this
     
  3. discuz2011

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    Where is the Tutorial for it.
     
  4. SteelLord

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    yeah he right, where is the tutorial for this?
     
  5. Another World

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    From Where???
    why the hell did you necrobump a post from 2 yrs ago?

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  6. SteelLord

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    well,because i want to learn how to setup dsx86 on dstwo... because i'm stuck with that...
     
  7. Another World

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    From Where???
    everything you need to know is on the homepage.

    http://dsx86.patrickaalto.com/DSdown.html

    anything else is contained in the included readme file.

    next time, instead of necrobumping a 2 yr old thread, please do a bit of research on your own. 1 quick google search would have pointed you to pate's page, where the info is. checking the included documentation would have answerd any other questions. not to mention that you could have searched the forum and probably found your answers there.

    -another world
     
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