Package Details: nkit 1.4-4

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Package Base: nkit
Description: A Nintendo ToolKit that can Recover and Preserve Wii and GameCube disc images
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Licenses: MIT
Submitter: gee
Maintainer: gee
Last Packager: gee
Votes: 7
Popularity: 0.007601
First Submitted: 2019-10-10 10:08 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2021-09-22 19:36 (UTC)

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gee commented on 2020-08-23 10:41 (UTC)

NOTE: For those using this with the Dolphin emulator, it may be better to use RVZ instead of Nkit:

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zlima12 commented on 2022-02-27 08:44 (UTC)

@Tom_Dude: neither, it's a bug in NKit. See here for details:

gee commented on 2021-10-31 05:00 (UTC)

@Tom_Dude : sorry I don't have a clue, you'd have to ask the dev I'm just packaging it for Arch and haven't used it in years.

Tom_Dude commented on 2021-10-31 03:54 (UTC)

I can't seem to get it to recognize my recovery partitions, is this a problem on my end or is Wii Sports just broken?

gee commented on 2021-09-22 19:37 (UTC)

@Krampus : Sorry for the delay, it should work now.

Krampus commented on 2021-08-23 16:03 (UTC)

I'm getting a 403 Forbidden when fetching the source from Going to the same URL in Firefox lets me download it no-problem, so I think gbatemp is doing something weird with checking the request headers or user-agent. I messed around with wget a little and couldn't seem to get through, though.

gee commented on 2020-08-23 10:41 (UTC)

NOTE: For those using this with the Dolphin emulator, it may be better to use RVZ instead of Nkit:

gee commented on 2020-07-10 00:12 (UTC)

@fernando Awesome!

I'm sorry I assumed it was not needed, now I know better. :)

fernando_morais commented on 2020-07-09 14:41 (UTC)

@gee, thanks once more!

Now the CLI tools, with this update, works right "out of the box".

I believe that's, for now, better wait for the nkit to be updated to use the .Net Core, since it is in planning.

Thank you for your help.

gee commented on 2020-07-09 14:10 (UTC) (edited on 2020-07-09 14:18 (UTC) by gee)

@fernando Oh I see, well as I wrote I've never used it, so I have no idea even how to use it. I do get the same issue once trying to use it, so it's definitely not on your end. The dev of nkit is pretty nice though, but not sure he uses Linux, maybe you can get help from him and then feel free to tell me whatever I need to do :). It may be an issue with it not using .Net Core yet though.

As for the CLI tools, if you add the #!/usr/bin/bash in first line of any of the scripts, does it work better? If so it's my mistake and I'll add those (I probably should anyway). [edit: it's done]

Thank you!

fernando_morais commented on 2020-07-09 13:40 (UTC)

@gee, thanks for your help!

Indeed, the NKitExtractionApp runs, however, when trying to use it, the error I mentioned occurs.

I use xonsh as my user shell and bash as my system one.

The CLI tools worked when they were called by bash, but not in xonsh. Maybe it's something related to some xonsh command, which it interprets differently from bash.

Anyway, now I can use CLI tools and there is only this little problem in the NKitExtractionApp.