My linux gui for WBFS

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  1. jeremy2491
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    jeremy2491 Member

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    [​IMG]

    you need:
    ruby
    ruby-libglade2

    What does not work:
    progressbar
    update of statusbar


    Download
     
  2. jeremy2491
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    jeremy2491 Member

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    The update of statusbar work.
     
  3. cojiro

    cojiro GBAtemp Regular

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    nice work, looks good!
    mine is better though [​IMG]
     
  4. Screemer

    Screemer GBAtemp Maniac

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    here was stupid bull crap [​IMG]
     
  5. encaputxat

    encaputxat Newbie

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    Great work! this night i try to install

    can't format the hardrive?
     
  6. elsneakums

    elsneakums Newbie

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    Ive been using linux for a week now and need some help with this. When i run it i get the message "cannot find any:Partition (verify permissions))" I know my drive is wbfs because my wii formatted it.
     
  7. evilsim

    evilsim Newbie

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    works a treat thankyou!!

    for those of you who may not know how to use this in linux ; this is how i did it in linux ubuntu jaunty amd64

    downloaded the .7zip file (wbfsgui)
    --need 7zip..
    apt-get install p7zip
    p7zip -d WBFS_Gui.zip
    --u need ruby..
    apt-get install libglade2-ruby
    --install all that
    now to run the app!
    --plug in your WBFS formatted hard drive now, ensure you see your USB drive in output from 'lsusb' and 'fdisk -l'
    ruby gui [enter]
    DO STUFF
    enjoy!

    ok now for the 'wbfs' app which it also comes with..
    knowing my ext hdd is /dev/sdf, i issue the command
    ./wbfs -p /dev/sdf1 ls
    this prints the list of games on /dev/sdf1 (wbfs formatted partition), although in linux it appears to be a HPFS/NTFS disk...
     
  8. boondoklife

    boondoklife GBAtemp Regular

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    Try running the command with gksudo, you most likely need elevated right to do it.
     
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