Linux WBFS with support for ciso

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Apr 23, 2009

Linux WBFS with support for ciso by minwii at 6:22 PM (2,042 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. minwii
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    Newcomer minwii Newbie

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    Hello,

    I've checked out the latest code from GitHub for the WBFS command line tool. I've compiled this in Linux and it works great.

    http://github.com/caristat/wbfs/tree/master

    (link above to where I got the source code).

    This client doesn't support *.ciso format ISO files as far as I can tell. I have read that some windows based WBFS managers support this format, can anyone point me in the right direction for where to find the source code that does this? Would I have to add it to WBFS to make it work?

    edit: as far as I can see from the descriptions of the Windows apps, the ciso code was originally by HERMES. Where do I find this? or as anyone else compiled this for Linux?
     
  2. space79

    Newcomer space79 Newbie

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    hi there!

    i'm also interested in a version who supports the cios's in my jaunty - but i'm not good in compiling stuff.

    does anyone could help?! miwii?!
     
  3. space79

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    Member nl255 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Not that I can see, but the source code to hermes' wbfs_win is available in the uLoader package (hzzp://wiinewz.com/forums/attachments/nintendo-news/3161-uloader-version-2-7-uloader_v2.7.rar). I don't think anyone has ported it back to the linux version though.
     
  5. space79

    Newcomer space79 Newbie

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    so, if the source is out now, it should / could be possible [​IMG]

    that's a nice info!

    so, i hope that the ppl who be able to read, modify and compile code, so their best for a small bash based binary [​IMG]


    GO GO GO! [​IMG]
     

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