What's a good GUI based WBFS Manager for Linux?

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  1. Shinigami Kiba
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    The graphics card on my Windows machine died so since im no good with electronics at all i took the whole computer to a store to get the card replaced or fixed, now im on my Linux machine and wanted to maybe add a game or two to the Wii HDD, but I dunno what to use for this.

    The thing is, I'm worried that if I get the wrong Linux program for this it might corrupt or mess something up for me on my WBFS formatted drive and i got no backups of most of the games on there.

    Should I just use WBFS Manager 3.0.1 with Wine? Would that work?

    I have Ubuntu 9.0.4 on this computer
     
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    Pppsh. CLI FTW.
     
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    Can you get Wiithon in english?
     
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    Every GUI for linux that i have tried has killed a backup or two one way or another. (including the fuse module)

    CLI really is easy, and has yet to screw up anything for me.

    but if i were to pick one, id go with the fuse module (as piratesmack posted) for its ease of use. Altho, from what i could tell, it does not scrub properly.
     
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    I just found wiithon on the NET and it is perfect to me.

    Works like a charm, makes everything, including opening RARs with the ISO inside...
    A great and well done software. I think it auto translate the interface based on system locale. the english file translation is there. I'm making the pt_BR one...

    WBFS_FUSE is another great software, mainly for it's simplicity, since it integrates with any interface...

    Thankyou all that made it possible.....
     

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