dstt with dslinux can it be?

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Feb 2, 2008
  1. meomun_1329
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    Newcomer meomun_1329 Newbie

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    Hi every body i'm a new member. I had just bought a new [​IMG] and I started to find some home brew software. I find ones name dslinux which they can use to connect to the internet with out a special modem. But i cannot use it as a .nds normal file. So [​IMG] [​IMG] can you guys tell me why and help me solve this problem?
    thanks
     
  2. neogba

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    You'll need extra RAM in a slot-2 (GBA) cartridge for DSlinux (to run from your slot-1 / NDS cart and flash drive). DLDI should patch any program to work with your cart to (FAT) drive combo.

    Get a GBA Expansion Pak and you'll have the extra RAM for home brew and GBA ability too. There are many good old GBA (one screen) games. Instead of getting a full slot-2 cart with it's own drive, you can get the EWIN (or clone) GBA Expansion Pak. It uses an NDS program to load GBAs (fast) into the slot-2 from your slot-1 drive; one by one. It's drag and drop (games) too. I like it.
     
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    BTW. There's a version of DSOrganize that does WiFi, a WiFi site survey (yes on the portable DS!), web browsing (kinda), IRC and free demo downloads. It does not use the weird "Nintendo" protocol, it uses TCP/IP thus regular Internet. You'll need access to a local "AP" (Internet wireless WiFi Router/Gateway/NAT).

    Of course, for a better (but not perfect) web browser, you'll want opera for the DS (and maybe the patch for the EWIN because you'll need slot-2 RAM for this too).
     
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    thanks for answer but i don't want to buy a expansion card so can i use the other way to suffing the internet?
     
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    without expansion pack DSLinux doesnt seems to work...


    There are 3 very good browsers:

    1. DSOrganize Webbrowser: The speed is acceptable, you can enable smal-image renderer~ Download: http://www.dragonminded.com/?loc=ndsdev/DSOrganize

    2. DSHoBro: It renders on the PC and sends an screen to the DS ~ Its an bit older but an nice way to surf~ Download: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=969

    3. Bunjallo: An browser wich supports pages very well. seems to have cookie support, renders some images (iv heard, but not tested o0 Before Iv started to use the DSO-Browser Iv always used that browser, because its very fast since it doesnt used DLDI for pagerendering)~ Download: http://code.google.com/p/quirkysoft/downloads/list
     
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    why it doesnt login? whenever I use .nds version, it keeps asking my login and password.
     
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    with those 3 web browser do i need an expansion pack? I had try with out it but none of those web browser work. so sad. can you show me the way using it with out expansion pack? thank you
     
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    user: root
    pass: uClinux
     
  9. meomun_1329
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    i think you have the wrong idea about my question. ds linux doen not work with dstt cad it freeze i cannot enter any word. otherwise. thank you coz answer me
     
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    I can not understand why DSHobro always notice me that it can not connect to the network. And button try again seems not work. although i reboot my DS i still have the same result. help me plz
     
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    he answered my question.
     
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    i tried the web browser from DSOrganize. I was able to open some website but i was not bale to log-in on my emails both gmail and yahoo. I also don't have an expansion pak.

    i heard about Bunjalloo but I don't know what to do after downloading the file. Help please.. my card is DSTT. (just got it today)
     
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    NOT TRUE

    I installed it on my DSTT (the kind that's listed as on sale on ndstt.com), and it worked fine. [​IMG]

    I don't have a slot-2, however, so I deleted it since I couldn't use any apps. [​IMG]
     
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    Since this is a similar topic, how do I start browsing the internet on ds linux? I have a m3 slot 2 and supercard 1 sdhc.
     
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    Type "wnc" and press Enter to launch the wifi configuration thing. Once you're connected (wifi light blinking quickly), type "retawq" or "links" to launch the browser you want to use.
     

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