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    Linux WBFS Manager

    I came across this earlier while browsing around on Google Code. I've personally been using WBFS Manager through Wine. Tested and working using 64 bit Linux Mint 9 by myself.

    Linux WBFS Manager

    I've also taken it upon myself to pre-compile a program executable on the same set up as above for the people who don't want to worry about the dev-kit requirements, are afraid to compile themselves, or whatever the reason may be.

    I've uploaded the program executable here

    All you have to do is double click it to start the program. You don't have to install it to use it but you can by copying it to a directory in your path.
    Last edited by Darkcide666; 10-01-2010 at 11:16 AM.
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    Please help - Noob here

    Forgive me for being stupid, but I downloaded the executable you made and it is on my desktop right now. I double-clicked on it and it started to load or something and then it stopped. Please reply to this. I use Linux and I need a good WFBS manager that you don't need to install to use. I do not know anything about the terminal and command prompt. Please help.

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    I haven't used this in a while. I found Wii Backup Fusion a better Linux solution.
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    Thank you so much for replying so fast. Really. I have just downloaded it so what do I do now?

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    New Linux user? (Not said in a degrading fashion) Double click the executable. It's the file named WiiBaFu.
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    When I try to open the file named ''WiiBaFu'', nothing at all happens. That is what I was asking in my previous post. The file gets highlighted and nothing pops up.

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    Are your permissions set to allow an executing file as a program and you have read/write access?
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    What are ''permissions'' and how can you tell?

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    What distro are you using? Most modern distros will allow you to right click on the file and choose properties. It should be in there.
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    I don't know what a distro is but when i go into properties, I can read and write plus allow execute file as a program and it is trying to open with Autorun Prompt.

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