RELEASE Noexs Remote Debugger

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  1. phonz

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    have you tried using the alternative sysmodule instead?
    https://github.com/KranKRival/Noexes/releases
     
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    Thank you phonz, it works!
     
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  3. xiaye

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    I use it and it said:
    Not enough free space for Dump

    could someone tell me how to do?
    (My English isn't very well sorry)
     
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  5. Smoker1

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    Slight Issue -
    My Computer has 202GB (C) and 215GB(D) available on it. I also have 32GB Memory. Yet when I was trying to find a Time Code, it kept saying there was no Space available. How is that??
     
  6. ReclaimerShawn

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    In regards to the previous error I was having there could be a possible way to fix it, but someone would have to program it into the tool. I don't know how to do that.

    Here's the error I'm talking about:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    The Part I'm Likely Correct On:
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    The Theoretical Fix (I Could Be Wrong):
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  7. linuxares

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    Problem is that it's an older Java that is probably crashing with the latest java versions (no javafx). This is why I like Python so much more. You can easily run python 2 and python 3 on the same system. Javafx seem to cause so much problem of late. Especially on Linux.
     
  8. ReclaimerShawn

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    I'm using the version compiled with JDK11 that was forked from the original noexs branch. I also don't have any other versions of Java on my system as that caused me problems before, so I uninstalled them. Issue persists and occurs only whenever RAM dumps are of different size. Otherwise, it works fine.
     
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  9. linuxares

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    Hmm then I'm out of ideas. I think @phonz did a compilation of Quark that worked on Linux systems. So... maybe he is the man? I know so little about Java it's silly. I tried to learn to program it. I hated to program for it. Because the compilers where shit... C++ and C# where were it was at.
     
  10. phonz

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    No, sorry that wasn't me.
    I also have no issues regarding RAM dumps.
    I am currently using Jnoexs JDK10, Switch firmware 8.1.0, and noexs sysmodule (not kip).
     
  11. ReclaimerShawn

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    I'm using the JDK11 version of the tool, Switch Firmware 9.0.1, and I'm using the noexs sysmodule too. I've tried JDK10 before and whenever it was working, it always gave me the same issue. Matt said it something in his tool that needed to be fixed whenever he got around to it. Also, I was trying to hack Smash Brothers. @Stoned told me Noexs did the same thing to him, so Noexs doesn't seem to like that game.
     
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  12. Stoned

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    Correct. Since i have Fw 9.x Noexes fucked me hard whit Errors.

    So i use Alternative Edizon Editor. It can make Pointers too and it's faster. But cant do Unknown Searches.
     
  13. Smoker1

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    I am guessing JNoexs will not work on Windows 7? Just get this Windows coming up for a split second, then it goes away and nothing. I also Installed Java 13. Still nothing
    JNoexs Problem W7 with Java12.
     
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  15. Smoker1

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    Yeah I am finally able to get Results now. However, I would like to add a couple suggestions.....

    Able to use 2 or more Memory Dumps for increased Accuracy. Will require 2 or more Addresses and MAIN Starting Addresses in order to map out the Results.
    Able to Sort the Pointer Results by smallest first, or more likely first
    Might need to allow more Memory to the Program. I tried going for a 4 or 5 Depth Search, and it got stuck.
    Also, I have 200+GB of Storage Space, and 32GB Memory, but a few times, I got a Error Message saying there was not enough Storage.
     
  16. ReclaimerShawn

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    I've heard that Noexs has a two-depth pointer limit, so that could explain why. Find your value once then do a pointer search for it. Export the list of pointers. Afterwards, restart your Switch, find your value again, and then do a pointer search. Export that list too. If you want to see commonalities between dumps, simply dump the results for pointer depth 1 and 2 for both dumps and then use a program to compare between the lists (I prefer this online tool: http://www.molbiotools.com/listcompare.html). A pointer on both lists is a pointer likely to work. No common pointer means to increase the possible offset size. If you bring your offset up so high that noexs begins to be unable to carry out the search/takes forever on a search, doing a HEAP pointer search could be wise as you might have a non-MAIN pointer.
     
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  17. Smoker1

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    It can do a 3 Depth actually, but it depends on the Game/Dump. That is how @patjenova and I were able to to start looking for MK11 Health/Super/Interaction for the latest Update. Now that I am getting used to it, I should be able to look for it next time faster.
    There are some Issues though......

    When I know the Value, I run a Search, there are times when I get a Out of Bounds Error (??). Or for some reason, I have FULL SIGNAL, and the Connection gets Interrupted or cuts out for no reason. It might be the Switch though, because there have been times when it refuses to Connect, even though there is perfect Signal, and NO, the Password has NOT been changed.
     
  18. ReclaimerShawn

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    Are you getting ConnectionExceptions by any chance? If so, that means the RAM Size has suddenly changed. Noexs doesn't seem to know what to do with that. That just means Noexs doesn't work well with that game. Smash Brothers does the same thing to me.
     
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  19. Ktmdude64

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    I have finally got Noexes to work on the PC with Java 10.0.1. But I can’t seem to connect it to my switch from Network or usb.

    Please Any help would be awesome.

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    How did you get to connect with your switch?
     
  20. Smoker1

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    Question - Under the Pointer Search, what is the Threads amount for? Amount of CPU Processing Threads to make the Searches faster?
     
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