[EmuMMC setup Win/Linux]&[Quadboot]

Discussion in 'Switch - Tutorials' started by TariqSoftDev, Jun 18, 2019.

  1. lordelan

    lordelan GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Alright so basically
    First step: Create emuEMMC with SX OS bootmenu?
    So I free up some space (32 gb) before that emuEMMC partition so Ubuntu can format it as EXT4 later?
    But the problem is (as far as I know), that if I flash the Ubuntu.img to the card with Etcher it will completely wipe it (including my emuEMMC partition which I just created before).
    Or do you know a way around this?
     
  2. TariqSoftDev
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    TariqSoftDev ~Zexceil

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    You want to take out img 1 from the sd image then write that to the partition.
     
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  3. laz305

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    Need some help. Just got a 400gb card and split it and made a 110gb partition. But now I wanna change it to 30gb instead. How do I do that? Cuz when I select format the card it says it’ll all be unallocated and i don’t want that.
     
  4. lordelan

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    I see. I pull the files out of the img with some tool and manually put them on that EXT4 partition.
    Will try, thanks!

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    Use DiskGenius or partition magic.
     
  5. lordelan

    lordelan GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Hey, short question :)
    If I...
    1. write the L4T img to another SD card with Etcher
    2. insert that SD into my Linux computer
    3. copy everything from the EXT4 partition of the SD to a temporary folder
    4. insert my 400 gb SD into my Linux computer
    5. create an EXT4 partition before my emuEMMC partition with GParted
    6. copy everything from my temporary folder to the newly created EXT4 partition
    7. resize my FAT32 partition to the max with DiskGenius
    ... would that work?
    Or would I have to make the EXT4 image bootable somehow with GParted or DiskGenius?

    Sorry to bother you like this. :P
     
  6. laz305

    laz305 GBAtemp Regular

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    Ok got it working so now my question I think I figured out but need confirmation is I copied everything over from old card to new and when in system emuNAND it doesn’t see the games so I have to reinstall them?

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    Also I make a backup of my cartridge can I go online with that without being banned? Can they tell the difference?
     
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  7. lordelan

    lordelan GBAtemp Psycho!

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    You got what working?
    emuNAND and Ubuntu on the same sd? If yes, please share your steps. :P
    I'm creating my emuNAND right now from SX OS boot menu.

    I think you don't need to install anything again. I hope you backed up all files from your SD card before?
    If yes, just take what's inside the backed up Nintendo folder and put that into the Emutendo folder on SD (I guess that's what it was called). Should do the job.

    There are many reports of people not getting banned with it, but:
    It's risky and if you plan on installing the dump as an NSP I would highly recommend not to as NSP installations will get you banned in most cases.
    Mounting the XCI in SX OS and playing online with that might be fine, but at least you're using a CFW which can also lead to a ban anytime so I wouldn't bother with that tbh but it's up to you. :)
     
  8. laz305

    laz305 GBAtemp Regular

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    Ok wow now toggle emuMMC just messed me up I can’t get back into Atmos. How do I disable the toggle?
     
  9. laz305

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    Ok somehow I was able to disable it in hekate. I’m done trying to use this. To complicated for me lol
     
  10. lordelan

    lordelan GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Oh sad to hear that you gave up on this.

    @TariqSoftDev
    I created an emuNAND from SX OS (which I can boot into) and my card now looks like this (screenshot from Easus Partition Master):

    emuNAND.

    Where should I create the EXT4 partition for Ubuntu? On spot 1, 2 or 3?
    And with which tool should I do that?
     
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  12. doom95

    doom95 Newbie

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    Wondering if it's possible to use a custom NAND partition as emuMMC. Repo @ m4xw/emuMMC seems to suggest so. Any guides?
     
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