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Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Seismonaut, Jun 6, 2017.
As long as you can install and run java, you should be ok with running JGecko on a MAC.
I don't think you can run the Zelda trainers on a MAC though, because you need the DOT NET framework installed. And that is a Microsoft framework.
But like I said, you can run JGeckoU, since its developed using Java, and most of the codes that are used in those trainers, are posted on cosmocortney's website.
Here is cosmocortney's website - http://cosmocortney.ddns.net/cheats_wiiu_en.php
You can use those codes with JGeckoU.
JGeckoU - https://github.com/BullyWiiPlaza/JGeckoU
How to install Java on MAC - https://java.com/en/download/help/mac_install.xml
Why not create a Virtual Machine in MAC, and install Windows in the VM? Maybe that way you can run the Zelda Trainers? I have never tried it though, but it may work. Try it.
I've heard of parallels working for trainers
.NET Framework apps usually work fine on macOS or GNU/Linux using Mono or Wine.
Oh really? I didn't know that, i don't have a MAC. I didn't think you could install Dot Net framework with Wine.
I learn something new every day. Thank you for clearing that up for me.
I think it doesn't support the latest version of the framework which is the problem.
Yes, it does: