Segher's Wii Tools

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Aug 27, 2008

Segher's Wii Tools by Livin in a box at 10:10 PM (2,127 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. Livin in a box
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    I've just downloaded Segher's Wii Tools from WiiBrew...and WTF?

    I want it because I have just dumped my NAND to my SD card and I want to decrypt it, and I read on this forum that to do this I would need Segher's Wii Tools. But I have no idea what I am do with all these files everywhere? I'm really confused. Please help...
     
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    You need to compile them. That's source code.

    But it's very, VERY hard to compile them, as they tend not to like the compiler and there's not a released compiled version anywhere.
     
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    Compile? WTF?
     
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    Well the zip file also contains the compiled executables, you just need a linux os (or something like cygwin (then you need to compile the sources) ) to make them work...

    quoting from wiibrew

    This archive contain's the source for segher's tools for the wii, as well as pre-compiled applications. These can only be run in Linux as far as I know. To use one of them, open the terminal and type in the following: ./(program) (binary) ex: ./zestig wiiNAND.img You must also have the keys present in .wii ex: /home/root/.wii/sd-key The NAND-AES Key to be used with zestig must be in a default folder ex: /home/root/.wii/default/NAND-key
     
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    So, I need Linux? Damn. Is there no way of extracting everything from this dumped NAND?
     
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    Using linux is not so hard man, just get a single cd linux distro like pardus (http://www.pardus.org.tr/eng/index.html)
    And install it into a virtual machine. You can use Microsoft's Virtual Pc or Vmware. Even there are ready to run virtual machines out there.
    Mono installed in OpenSuse as a ready virtual machine image for Vmware : http://www.go-mono.com/mono-downloads/download.html

    I know easier said then done yet till now not needed... I remember installing slackware into my 850MB hdd backing things up into a single cd at the friends when the cd burners were overpriced. Then partitioning, formatting, fiddling with boot managers... well now there is virtualization.

    Another option is someone can provide you a shell account to run those programs but I doubt anyone will.
     
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    Come on. Nothing is wrong with Linux.

    Just get a live CD from http://ubuntu.com/ and maybe even install it. >_>
    Jeez.
     
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    You can probably compile them for windows easily. Use MinGW and OpenSSL (Or whatever encryption library it uses) ...
     
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    I've tried MinGW, but I can't even find an executable file...And the ones that are just bring up a Comnand Prompt and then disappear.
     

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