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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by BurningDesire, Sep 10, 2015.

  1. BurningDesire
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    Run the following:
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    export DEVKITPRO=/path/to/devkitPro
    export DEVKITARM=${DEVKITPRO}/devkitARM
    Before trying to use devkit.
     
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    Those two lines are in my make file. I typed them in terminal then did the echo and the same result outputed.
     
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    Could you post your Makefile + the commands you are trying to run?
     
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    Then what is the path to devKitPro?
    If you are following that tutorial you only do the echo to check what is the path and load it into the xcode configuration.
    But if you already know the path, then don't do the echo, just configure xcode.
     
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    Sure. Here it is. I can't even run it though until I get the echo output.

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    I'll try that.
     
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    Not used to MacOS, I'll pass on that ^-^

    And what is the output when you run make? Does it just say that you have to set the environment variables?
    Did you try to set them through a sudo or something like that (though I don't see why this would be needed...)
     
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    When I made it in Xcode I get a error saying

    make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
    Command /usr/bin/make faild with exit code 2
     
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    I don't know that those should be in your makefile.
     
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    However, I have tried placing them in multiple places to so I could see if I just misplaced it. That is not the case.
     
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    Have you tried putting them in your .bashrc?
     
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    Well, I set them in my makefile too, they are executed as if they were run through a shell script, but I have no error like that. I am on Debian for one thing.
     
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    .bashrc is in your home in Linux. You put automated commands in there.
     
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    no .bashrc in my home folder
     
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    try .profile, I think that is used on Mac Os.
     
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    Nope.
     
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    I just tried on an actual Mac.
    It is .profile, even if it does not exist.
    Run a terminal, then do:
    nano .profile

    then paste:
    export DEVKITPRO=/checkThisIsTheCorrectpath/to/devkitPro
    export DEVKITARM=${DEVKITPRO}/devkitARM

    Save

    Close the terminal
    open another terminal

    do
    echo $DEVKITPRO

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    Wait, what?
    Someone did an Osu! for 3DS?
    Do want!
     
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    Isn't it ~/.bash_profile?
     
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    Im doing Osu! for 3ds my friend
     
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