question about wii linux?

Murtral Oct 26, 2017.

  1. Murtral
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    Murtral Newbie

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    so am i able to use any internet browser for wii linux whiite? i was wanting to use chrome but it requires 128mb of ram and wii only has 88mb so... what can i use?
     
  2. GreyWolf

    GreyWolf GBAtemp Guru

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    Chrome *might* work anyway since I'm guessing they didn't disable virtual memory on the Linux port but I'm not sure if there's a pre-compiled PPC binary for it.

    Keep in mind it's Debian 4 or 5, though, so application support is probably going to pretty slim by now.
     
  3. firsty

    firsty Newbie

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    hi i want to ask something
    when i try to do
    apt-get update on whiite linux (debian 5.0 i think) loaded from boot mii
    i do recieve packages from pinging google
    but when i try to update it says "failed to fetch..."
    and " some files failed to download "
    help pls
     
  4. laharl22

    laharl22 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Same error I don't know how to fix the sources or update debian
     
  5. uyjulian

    uyjulian Homebrewer

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    Check the source and mirror if needed?
     
  6. laharl22

    laharl22 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    I'm no Connected to wifi properly how to fix please I have a wpa2 psk router
     
    Last edited by laharl22, Aug 24, 2019
  7. uyjulian

    uyjulian Homebrewer

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    Try using different wireless network
     
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  8. laharl22

    laharl22 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    I have fixed the problem now I update lenny to wheezy. Jessie have a ppc build? Sorry I'm noob on debian
     
  9. LSolrac

    LSolrac Advanced Member

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    What you could do is find your apt sources, if I'm not mistaken they're around /(etc, or var)/apt/sources.d and update your repos to the newer ones. Mind you this could a bit tricky and may not work (you'd probably also need to change the lsb release) , but a apt update might get you the new packages.
     
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