Hacking Wii Game manager on Linux,is it possible?

MrFrem82

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Hi guys!

I appreciated very much this game manager,but unfortunately it runs only with .NET 3.5 installed,and Wine does not support it. Is it possible to use Wii Game Manager with Mono or something else on a Linux distribution?
 

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When You find an answer for that let me know Running Ubuntu 9.10 (K.K)
I tried Ubuntu (Tried To Install Alone Side Windows. Epic Fail) and here I am
Running Wine With Some Programs. I am going to try WBFS Manager Next.
this may help it lacks about 85% of wii game Manager. But it may get the job done.
 

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Epic Fail IT Also wants .NET 3.5 installed
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QUOTE said:
There's Wiithon
Awesome manager, nice&easy gui,

Yes,i found it after writing this post. I think it's pretty useful and well done. Do you know if the project is still alive? The last release was developed long time ago..
 

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from what ive seen, wiithon is really nice. but it requires a WBFS partition. it doesnt support just creating wbfs files from games. or at least if it does, i couldnt figure it out.

the "wii game manager for windows" or whatever its called runs fine in wine. aside from seeing every partition as FAT last time i checked. But still at least 90% functional.

wbfs_file obviously works fine. its good ole cli, but its fucking fast.
 

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I'm currently running this program through a VM and using a virtual network share to get at the data from both sides (ubuntu and Winxp running in VM).

Works just fine.
 
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