WBFS Manger for Mac OSX Lion

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Nov 11, 2011

WBFS Manger for Mac OSX Lion by LuckySteves at 7:13 PM (52,996 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. LuckySteves
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    After updating my macbook to lion I discovered that wbfs managers simply do not work. WBFS for Mac OSX can not even read the hard drive, WiiJManager can read it, but when trying to add a game, it immediately says "Task Finished" and doesn't really do anything and jWBFS crashes immediately.

    I was thinking of downgrading to Snow Leopard again, but that would require completely formatting my HD which I would really rather avoid.

    In layman's terms, does a functional wbfs manger for mac osx lion exist yet or am I going to have to format my hd?
     
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    Member G0dLiKe who needs a title ;)

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    none that i have heard of.
     
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    Unfortunately not working for me, I keep getting this error
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    It seems to have to do with space but I guarantee I've got loads left.

    EDIT: Hmm, seems to be the hard drive because my wii thinks it's full too. Great, time to take all my games off, format and put them back on. Hooray.
     
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    my tools (command line).
    WiiBaFu is a GUI for my tools.
     
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    For the curious, it was in fact my HD. For some reason all of my programs including the wii itself thought it was filled while it had about 2/3 of it's space left. After a formatted it, everything is working correctly again and WiiJManager, the utility I chose to use, was able to add my games again.
     
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    You must run as root in mountain lion:

    In Terminal simply type: sudo "/Applications/WBFS for MacOS X.app/Contents/MacOS/WBFS for MacOS X"
    Using Terminal simply type: sudo "/Applications/WBFS for MacOS X.app/Contents/MacOS/WBFS for MacOS X"
     

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