NINTENDO_Revolution_SDK_2.1_Wii-SYNDiCATE

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  1. vDrag0n
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    Wii homebrew? [​IMG]
     
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    a, nevermind, no one would do that anyway [​IMG].
     
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    There's still no manner to run Wii homebrew even if it's made, right? :/
     
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    I can't wait to get that... I hope with this we could do Wii homebrew
     
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    When Wii homebrew becomes possible, I hope that people *don't* use this SDK. Otherwise the scene will become like the Xbox scene where binaries can't be easily linked to on public websites as they contain copyrighted statically-linked libraries.
     
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    You work with what you've got.

    You know well the XDK didn't stop anyone from getting the emulators they wanted [​IMG]
     
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    Nonetheless, this thing saves TONS of reverse-engeneering. When a method of booting homebrew becomes possible, the scene will grow rapidly. [​IMG]
     
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    imagine all the perverted games we'll have.... oO.... what about bricking? like the hentai viewer...
     
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    Having to go to an IRC channel and use FTP is a small price to pay for better homebrew.
     
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    I took a look at it... Some files are missing, for exemple license.dat (I think the guy who leaked the SDK didn't want Nintendo to know where it came from [​IMG]) and apparently some dlls.

    Also, without an NDEV unit, it apprears that you can't boot anything you did, at least from what I saw. Now if someone find a way to do Wii DVDs out of the generated elf, that would be awesome...
     
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    there's an .elf to .dol and .elf to dolphin image converter. I think it will produce GameCube images though, only usable on early Wii dev kits based on GameCube, and won't work with our Wiis... I'll try dols in the few next days...
     
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    I don't think this is going to be much help to anyone, honestly. It's such an old build of the SDK that it doesn't even have any info about the Wiimote or the actual Wii interface. It's more of a "GameCube Plus" devkit. [​IMG]
     
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    Didn't see this thread and i had made another (thanx costello) Sounds too good to be true, too bad it violates GBAtemp rules to direct link it. This sounds interesting... Will wait for a method to run homebrew now. Makes sense that it's outdated, seeing how its still reffered to as the Nintendo Revolution as compared to the Wii.
     
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    the sdk actually still refers to it as revolution much like the gc one calls it dophin.. the date is in the filename, its not particularly old and i guess you wasnt looking hard enough if you didnt see remote references or other wii specific features
     
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    wrong, there`s much about the wiimote, even with speakersupport (wpad.h and even demos)

    and it`s not that old, just about 6 months or so..but it seems for me, that some parts are just missing..i think there were branded by big n and so syndicate just dropped them

    but well, i also think that it doesn`t help to get homebrew running, but it will help, if we finally have homebrew-possibilities
     
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    The leaks are always outdated. The DS's NitroSDK (Nitro being the code name) was maybe 8 months behind actual leak date.
     
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    The previous one that was floating around (never scene released IIRC) was v2.0, so I guess this wouldn't be massively different from that one.
     
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    Someone needs to link this version...
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    SDK & Patches
    
    Filename      Size   ÂDate   Description
    
    WiiMenu2InstallTool_us_061117.zip    Â87 MB  12-11-06      ÂWii System Menu 2 US
    
    WiiMenu2InstallTool_eu_061205.zip    Â71.0 MB      Â12-11-06      ÂWii System Menu 2 Europe
    
    WiiMenu2InstallTool_jp_061201.zip     71.0 MB      Â12-11-06      ÂWii System Menu 2 Japan
    
    homebuttonLib_2_4_0_061121.zip      20.0 MB      Â12-07-06      ÂHome Menu Library v2.4.0
    
    RVL_SDK-2_2-061017-fwrepair924_patch.zip    8.52 MB      Â11-16-06      ÂRVL SDK2.2 firmware repair patch for v9.2.4
    
    NOTE: This is a patch for repairing NDEV firmware. Please read the readme file first.
    
    IconBannerTools_061030.zip    10.1 MB      Â11-03-06      ÂIcon and Banner Tools 061030
    
    RVL_SDK-2_2-patch10-061018.zip     Â17.8 MB      Â10-20-06      ÂRVL SDK2.2 patch10 061018
    
    NOTE: This is a required patch.
    
    RVL_SDK-2_2-060911.zip     Â111 MB       9-19-06       Revolution SDK 2.2
    
    To download, click on these 4 download links below, save them all to the same directory (c:\temp\ for instance) and then double-click on "RVL_SDK-2_2-060911.bat" to re-join them into the RVL_SDK-2_2-060911.zip file.
    
    RVL_SDK-2_2-060911.zip.Chopped_1 (47.6 MB)
    
    RVL_SDK-2_2-060911.zip.Chopped_2 (47.6 MB)
    
    RVL_SDK-2_2-060911.zip.Chopped_3 (16.1 MB)
    
    RVL_SDK-2_2-060911.bat (1.40 KB)
    
    NOTE: This is for NDEV2.0 and 2.1.
    
    Before using SDK2.2, please update NDEV firmware with RVL-NDEVFirmware- 9_0_0-060822.zip.
    
    RVL_RSO_SDK_alpha-060720_en.zip   266 KB       8-09-06       RVL RSO SDK alpha 060720
    
    
    NOTE: RSO Library is a relocatable module system. This is for SDK2.0.
    
    
    
    Manuals
    
    Filename      Size   ÂDate   Description
    CMPR_texture_060929.zip     565 KB       10-07-06      ÂCompressed Texture Format 060929
    
    RVL-QuickStartGuide_v222.zip  230 KB       12-20-06      ÂRVL QuickstartGuide v2.2.2 for Revolution SDK 2.2
    
    RVL-ControllerHardwareOverview_v033.zip      Â603 KB       9-12-06       Controller Hardware Overview v0.33
    
    BroadwayUserManual_v100_071006.zip  3.72 MB      Â8-21-06       IBM Broadway RISC Microprocessor User's Manual
    
    RVL-ControllerSetup_v0.23.zip  Â893 KB       7-07-06       Controller Hardware Setup Guide v0.23 for Wii Remote Ver 4
     
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