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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Screemer, Aug 22, 2009.
have fun: http://www.gc-linux.org/wiki/MINI:KernelPreviewThree
hell yeah!. gonna try to install slackintosh on my wii now
so thats mean if my wii is conect to the net by wifi i can now use net with linux , right ?
and for flash application? firefox can be instal ?
what about wallpaper for desktop ?
sorry to many question ^^ maybe there is a FAQ ?
I don't think Firefox works with that amount of RAM (64 mb I think)
Can someone give a run down of what this will actually allow the general user to do? What linux applications that are worth having will be capable of running on the Wii using this?
I apologize ahead of time as I am less than a Linux novice, and thanks for any details you can post!
This is a REAL breakthrough. Well done & thank you to all involved!
would be cool if it ran quickly, maybe one day it will.
Can't find root device mmcblk0p2.... What did I do wrong? I'm booting from mini....
Scratch that. I'm being a dork. I had it on the wrong SD card (not partitioned for Linux)
could we mod probe dvd drives connected to the usb ports?
this is by far the most interesting thing to happen to the wii in weeks
time to go play
Been waiting for this since I first found out about Wii Linux
Oh god I've been waiting so long for this. Can't wait to play around with this!
I'm glad to see that people are actually taking advantage of bootmii's lower level code.
Perhaps there will be a version of Gentoo created for the Wii, much like there is for the Xbox 1. (Well, Xbox360 too, but it's extremely annoying to get running.)
I believe the bliight linux image is gentoo based
I can't get it to work. It hangs at some sonics ssid thing (can't remember exactly what it was)
Can someone post a video of it running please???? Or a tutorial on how to get it running.
i now have full flash running using a light weight gecko browser...
am still playing and adding repo's etv.. but am really getting into this am gonna try and see if i can remaster something useful for linux newbies
If you need help with setting up an running environment here is the easiest method for those not wanting to search and learn more:
Make sure you're trying to get wifi under mini not IOS
Extra features of MIKE p3 when running under mini (vs IOS)
* EHCI (USB 2.0) is supported
* Increased I/O bandwidth for SDHC, USB 1.x and USB 2.0
* Additional 11 MB of RAM are available
* Internal WLAN is supported