Homebrew Where can I get a working build of Citra?

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Hello, I'd like to get a build of Citra for messing around with, but I don't know how to compile the sources.

Where can I get a working build of Citra?
I've tried a build from EmuVR and someone on GBATemp and both spit out a ton of errors in the console and then crash when I try loading OoT3D.

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A good reference for a few different builds is http://emmauss0.wix.com/home#!citra/c1io8
These builds are updated fairly often, so its good to check back every now and then.

And in regards to the file not running, in order for the file to run in Citra it needs to be a .cci file. If it's a .cia or .3ds file it'll just crash. You can download a converter to create .cci files though.

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A good reference for a few different builds is http://emmauss0.wix.com/home#!citra/c1io8
These builds are updated fairly often, so its good to check back every now and then.

And in regards to the file not running, in order for the file to run in Citra it needs to be a .cci file. If it's a .cia or .3ds file it'll just crash. You can download a converter to create .cci files though.

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Thats awesome info!
Do you know any tools that can convert 3ds files (or 3dsx) to cci? For linux if its possible?
 

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A good reference for a few different builds is http://emmauss0.wix.com/home#!citra/c1io8
These builds are updated fairly often, so its good to check back every now and then.

And in regards to the file not running, in order for the file to run in Citra it needs to be a .cci file. If it's a .cia or .3ds file it'll just crash. You can download a converter to create .cci files though.

*snip*

Thank you! I found a converter for that and am about to test it again. Thanks for your help!
 

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A good reference for a few different builds is http://emmauss0.wix.com/home#!citra/c1io8
These builds are updated fairly often, so its good to check back every now and then.

And in regards to the file not running, in order for the file to run in Citra it needs to be a .cci file. If it's a .cia or .3ds file it'll just crash. You can download a converter to create .cci files though.

*snip*

I don't supposed you'd know where to get shared_font.bin? When I load a .cci, I get an error in the console.

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[  3.389195] Kernel.SVC <Error> core\hle\service\apt\apt.cpp:Service::APT::GetSharedFont:69: called, but shared_font.bin has not been loaded!
 

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Thats awesome info!
Do you know any tools that can convert 3ds files (or 3dsx) to cci? For linux if its possible?

I'd suggest 3DS to CIA Converter v4.1 but it's for Windows, unless it can be run under Wine which I can not confirm if it can or not.

If you're interested in looking it up, you'll need something called a Xorpad for each .3ds file.
 

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