Rominator v3.2.1 Released

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Rominator v3.2.1 Released by Opium at 3:17 AM (8,527 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. Opium
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    Rominator v3.2.1 Released

    DS ROM Organiser








    [​IMG]



    Hankchill is on a roll with his latest version of the popular DS ROM organiser, Rominator. This new version brings about a lot of additions including an extensive save system that lets you organise your save files.




    Rominator is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Please select your operating system below.



    [​IMG] Windows

    [​IMG] Mac OS X

    [​IMG] Linux



     
  2. Empyre

    Newcomer Empyre Advanced Member

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    This one is even slower on linux that the last one :-(

    There have been no db updates since revenant wings either.

    Still no moon on a stick
     
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    Your application is awesome!
    Thank you for the great job [​IMG]

    I have a question, the db updates are manteined by you or is taken elsewhere?
    And there's the possibility to add demos and other xxxx?
    A wiki-like project where the community could help to create the rom's db should be great [​IMG].
    I could help with my knowledge in web application creation (php, mysql and so on)
    Bye!
     
  4. hankchill

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    Sorry I haven't been able to do the database update, I've been incredibly busy with personal family matters, but don't worry, I'll get around to it tonight a deliver the update for midnight EST.

    Regards.
     
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    I still get an error message when I try to install it in Linux:
    Code:
    bb@bb-desktop:~$ sh rominator_linux.gz
    rominator_linux.gz: 1: Syntax error: "(" unexpected
    Can anyone help? cause I can't live without this app...
     
  6. hankchill

    Member hankchill I Pwn n00bs.

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    I'll reupload it without the ( in the name, since it's named "Rominator for NDS (Linux)", I'll take out the (Linux) portion [​IMG]

    Regards.
     
  7. Empyre

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    You could try un gzipping it an running the executable inside.. just a thought,

    You might also need to chmod it so that its executable.

    And its not a shell script so no 'sh' required.


     
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    I keep getting the same error when I run it from a terminal.
    Executing the file inside the gzip doesn't work either because I get an error that there's not a program suitable for it's installation.
    I don't see how chmod ding it would work since the file inside the gzip is already an executable [​IMG]
    Maybe someone could provide a step by step tutorial for installing it?
     
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    Newcomer Empyre Advanced Member

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    all i did was

    gzip -r rominator_linux.gz
    chmod 777 rominator_linux
    rominator_linux
     
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    I keep getting an error. Here's what I do (I replaced the gzip command for gunzip, since it wasn't working that way, the file is already compressed and I guessed this is what you meant):

    Code:
    gunzip -r rominator_linux.gz
    chmod 777 rominator_linux
    rominator_linux
    Then I get this error:
    bash: rominator_linux: command not found
     
  11. Xtreme Bug

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    You're not setting it as an executable, you're just changing the user permissions (which you shouldn't need to do). To set it as an executable, you have to run "chmod +x rominator_linux" and then you should be able to run it without any problems at all. You can also just right click on the file and go to the properties menu. There should be an option at the bottom that allows you to set it as an executable. From then, you should just be able to double click the icon and run it like an exe on windows.
     
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    Done it. This is how I did it and will leave it here as a reference to other Linux noobs:

    Code:
    gunzip -r rominator_linux.gz
    chmod 777 rominator_linux
    ./rominator_linux
    Note: It's not sure that the chmod part is necessary or not.
     
  13. Empyre

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    oops! I meant "gzip -d" to decompress -r is recursive and isn't required, thats why the next command failed I screwed up and it didn't get decompressed.

    chmod 777 sets the file to rwxrwxrwx
    chmod 755 would also work, that gives rwxr-xr-x
    chmod 744 would also work but only you could execute it, rwxr--r--

    depending on the existing protections and your access level you might need to sudo that.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_system_p...#Octal_notation

    you shouldn't need the ./ if it's executable.
     
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    wow awesome such a good trimmer [​IMG]
     
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    Do you bump topics for a living?
     
  16. hankchill

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    This isn't a trimmer. And you're going to cause confusion by bumping YEAR OLD topics. I've put in a request to get this one locked, because it's obviously a much older version.

    Do the board a favour and STOP POSTING USELESS CRAP IN OLD TOPICS. If that is too much for you to handle, then don't post at all.
     
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