DSOrganize Custom exec_stub File?

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Dec 14, 2007
  1. mixinluv2u
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    Member mixinluv2u GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    on dragonminded's website for DSOrganize, there are downloads for "Custome exec_stub" files and one of them is for R4. it said to replace the file in DSOrganize/resource folder. What does this do?

    he also has the exec_stub for GBAMP and SuperCard.
     
  2. GameDragon

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    I asked the same question before and never got an answer [​IMG]
     
  3. vincom2

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    If you don't replace the original one with the R4-specific loader, you can't use the file browser to launch homebrew. You can ignore if you never plan to do so.
     
  4. ackers

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    It's pretty useless, DM admitted it himself. He moaned that R4 sucks because they need to sort out their DLDI or summin. When you use that R4 exec_stub it does not boot homebrew properly. Well atleast for me and many other R4 users. Only thing I've seen it work properly on is booting demos. Off topic: Dl the Table Hockey demo from Dm's HBDB - it's pretty fun! Someone should make this a homebrew with online play.
     
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    awesome idea, but i suspect it wouldn't be easy turning a commercially made demo into a homebrew and after that, adding multiplayer [​IMG]
     
  6. bfoos

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    That would be an awesome idea. I doubt ninty would sick the law dogs on anyone for taking an '05 tech demo and making a homebrew game out of it. If someone were to do it though, they would seriously need to tweak the AI. It's far too easy.
     
  7. OSW

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    hear hear, still not bad for an occasional bit of air hockey fun [​IMG]
     

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