Uneek + Di usb disk file system for homebrew programmers. Release 1.0 on 26 april 2011 http://www.mediafire.com/?bp0i2tysovvs7po I. The why I wrote this? Uneek + DI and homebrew have never been good friends with each other. One of the reasons for this is that the USB disk containing the emulated nand contents is no longer available from within homebrew programs. This means that all homebrew programs need to be stored on an sd card. Also, homebrew programs use IOS58 for usb 2.0 drive speeds. Uneek+di changes the ios to 56 instead of 58 which only has support for usb 1.1 I however believe that it has potential, even for homebrew programmers. Since it emulates the wii internal nand flash disk, it minimises the possibility to brick your wii. In my opinion, due to this, it deserves to be taken more seriously. II. What is it? Uneek + DI still has a way to access stuff on the usb drive. As it contains the emulated nand, you can use the ISFS commands to manipulate files on it. While this could be interesting for programs written specially for uneek+di, it would require giant modifications in existing homebrew to add code for every file manipulation. Basically, every file manipulation ends up in a read or write of one or more sectors on the harddisk. My uneek_fs code reroutes this sector reading and writing to the uneek+di ISFS driver. More information is in the archive readme.txt file. As always, comments are welcome. This tool is for homebrew developers and people who know how to compile stuff only.