ROM Hack Help with repacking roms (3ds)

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Hi I need help with repacking roms. I have decrypted it, edited it, and now I just need to repack. The only problem is I can't find how to. I saw I need makerom but I can't find the download link as it is down on 3dbrew. If some could tell me what to do in decent detail that would be great! Thank you in Advance
 

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lol, is there a makerom for "HArvest Moon: A new Beginning"?
Have problems with recompile the rom with rebuilded romfs.bin.
Tried to replace the extracted romfs.bin in tmp-folder of AUTO_CIA with my rebuilded romfs.bin but I get a error everytime that the cia could not built

You can if you have rebuilded your romFS and have all other file decompressed.
But you need just an perfect RSF
 

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You can if you have rebuilded your romFS and have all other file decompressed.
But you need just an perfect RSF

modf7sdt.jpg

this is my folder with the new romfs.bin

I tried it with this rsf:
BasicInfo:
Title: "BOKUJYOMX"
CompanyCode: "CU"
ProductCode: "CTR-X-ABQP"
ContentType: Application
Logo: Nintendo

TitleInfo:
UniqueId: 0x0eaf
Category: Application

CardInfo:
MediaSize: 512MB
MediaType: Card1
CardDevice: NorFlash

Option:
UseOnSD: true
EnableCompress: true
FreeProductCode: true
EnableCrypt: false
MediaFootPadding: false

AccessControlInfo:
# UseExtSaveData: true
ExtSaveDataId: 0x0eaf
SystemSaveDataId1: 0x00000eaf
SystemSaveDataId2: 0x00000000
OtherUserSaveDataId1: 0x00000
OtherUserSaveDataId2: 0x00000
OtherUserSaveDataId3: 0x00000
UseOtherVariationSaveData: false

SystemControlInfo:
SaveDataSize: 512K
RemasterVersion: 0
StackSize: 0x00004000
JumpId: 0x00040000000eaf00L

Could you find the error?







EDIT:

I'm not sure why, but I think I know the Problem now with the rsf.
The original UniqueId is: 0x0eae, but when i change it to UniqueId: 0x0eaf, it will not work anymore.
But now, I want to install two versions of the same game on my SD Card, the original one and the modded one.

Can I "fix" the problem and use a other UniqueID?
 

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