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    Weird you should be good. I don't think it has any dependencies unless you are compiling it yourself. Maybe remove Autorun Prompt? It's not really necessary. And if you are going to play with Linux you should learn distro = distribution. Essentially what version of Linux are you using. I.E. Mint, Ubuntu, openSUSE, Debian, etc...
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    I think I am using either Unbutu or Fedora. I tried removing autorun and then opening it and it still didn't work. I am trying to open it from the desktop, is that correct. Also, do you have to install this one first. Well, this program isn't working, maybe linux-wbfs-manager will work? How would you use that? Are there any other wfbs manager programs that you dont need to install. If nothing works, I guess i wont be ordering that wiikey fusion for my new black wii (4.3u) from costco.

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    Ehh...I'm not spoon feeding here. If you don't know if you're using Ubuntu (Not Unbutu) or Fedora (Huge major differences) you shouldn't be touching Linux and Windows is probably better suited for you.
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    Oh well. My dad set this computer up and I don't have windows. He won't help me because he says the wii will rot my brains. (I'm 13 btw) Thank you for your help over this past hour. I really appreciate it. I know its hard dealing with a noob. (I have a brother (annoying))

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    Sorry if I came across as a jerk. I tend get really frustrated when trying to troubleshoot PC problems. I'm used to Linux users being more tech savvy and at least knowing their distro because there are major differences and philosophies between them. If you're 13 keep at it! I wish there was Linux when I was 13.
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