How does Moonshell 14 work on the G6 Lite?

Discussion in 'Other Flashing Hardware & Software' started by ohoni, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. ohoni
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    ohoni Advanced Member

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    I was running Moonshell 1.3 just fine, but I wanted to be able to read Japanese characters, which I found out 1.4 could do, so I installed it, but can't get it working. I tried the EXFS version, which runs itself, but cannot find any of the files on my disc (it only seems to be able to browse it's own default files). I then tried the non-EXFS version, but none of the executables (none of them were labled for the G6 anyways) would run properly (they would either give an error message or a white screen of death). What am I doing wrong here? Do I have to take one of the presented executables and "install" it as an nds file using U-Disk?
     
  2. Silent Viper

    Silent Viper Newbie

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    When you use EXFS you must place your files in Files_EXFS folder in the folder on PC where you run moonshell installer, then run bat MAKE_NDS and an nds.gba file will be created. Maximum file size is approximately 30Mbytes. For reading books - enough...
     
  3. ohoni
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    ohoni Advanced Member

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    That's complicated, but thanks. Is there any way to it to work on the G6 without making it exfs? I found a copy of 1.33, which had the same set-up thing as 1.4, and copuldn't get that to work either, but for whatever reason I could still use my "_BOOT_MP_V1.3c.gba" file from version 1.3 to execute it (none of the executables the set-up program generated seemed to work).
     
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