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    wii scrubber for mac?

    first off i hope this is in the right forum? right i know theres a wii scrubber ng but for the life of me i cant find a 'good to go" version, ive only found the sources and havent the fogyest idea what to to do with them? in the readme it says "If you are a MacOS X user, probably you will have downloaded the binaries, which come with an installer, so the installation should be straightforward." which i havent downloaded and cant find for the life of me. so im asking if anyone has it/ knows where i can get it? thanks

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    As far as i know, there is no scrubber for MAC, but what you could do is bootcamp [if you have the right OSX version] into XP and run the WiiScrubber for windows. Or you can get a program called Parallels Desktop 5 [virtual machine software] and install Win XP inside of the virtual machine.

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    thanks for the quick reply, its been ported to unix but like i said i cant find the complete file

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    I came across this: jjgod's wiiscrubber-ng at master - GitHub

    and this: File Details-WiiScrubber-NG-Wii-Homebrew -

    Keep in mind this is a command line program [so if your no familier with terminal applications your gonna have some problems figuring it out], so your definately not going to get a User Interface like in windows, and they are complete files

    I was aware that it was ported, but most users do not understand command/terminal applications.

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    thats what i downloaded but there was a bit in the readme that suggested their was a simple install version.... looks like im gunna have to get my head around terminal applications. i will not get defeated lol. any pointers on where to start?

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    Good place to start is here:

    Tiny Mac Tutorials: Use Unix Terminal commands in minutes

    and this:

    UNIX Tutorial - Introduction

    and this:

    http://oreillynet.com/pub/a/mac/2001...minal_one.html

    I could go on and on and.....eh you get the point, lol

    Mind you, you can spend years upon years getting your head around bash commands and such.

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    thanks for the help. ill give it a go

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    Good luck, if you end up getting somewhere, drop me a line and tell me how it went. I'd like to hear the progress of your little adventure.

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    no luck. I installed Xcode (compiler from Apple), cmake and followed the instructions but i'm getting errors after the make command.

    wiiscrubber-ng-131.0.0/src/misc.h:134: error: expected identifier before ‘false’
    wiiscrubber-ng-131.0.0/src/misc.h:134: error: expected `}' before ‘false’
    wiiscrubber-ng-131.0.0/src/misc.h:134: error: expected unqualified-id before ‘false’
    wiiscrubber-ng-131.0.0/src/misc.h:136: error: declaration does not declare anything
    wiiscrubber-ng-131.0.0/src/misc.h:145: error: expected declaration before ‘}’ token
    make[2]: *** [CMakeFiles/wiiscrubber.dir/main.o] Error 1
    make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/wiiscrubber.dir/all] Error 2
    make: *** [all] Error 2

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