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    Quote Originally Posted by larsenv View Post
    OK...
    I got the IOS80 file, and I get blank kernel files.
    I tried anyway to boot it up and it says waiting for arm to reset ppc. it froze.
    Would it brick the wii u to unplug it?
    And it tells me that arm-eabi-gcc is a directory, and start.o had error 127.
    Just making sure those errors are usual, and I want to be careful.
    And the svn command doesn't work so I had to use tortoise svn and check it out with that.
    You need to redo the entire Preparation part, except for Python. I messed up because I made the assumption that default options for installers are the same now as they were when I used them. Sorry about that.
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    Would it brick the system to unplug when it says waiting for arm to reset ppc?
    Sorry to ask again, just I've already bricked a Wii U and would be desperate if I bricked another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larsenv View Post
    Would it brick the system to unplug when it says waiting for arm to reset ppc?
    Sorry to ask again, just I've already bricked a Wii U and would be desperate if I bricked another one.
    No, it's safe to unplug your Wii U, at least during that part. It wouldn't be if you unplugged it during something like an update, but this is safe. There is nothing being written to the NAND.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    No, it's safe to unplug your Wii U, at least during that part. It wouldn't be if you unplugged it during something like an update, but this is safe. There is nothing being written to the NAND.
    OK.
    Devkitpro leads to some bit utils thing, not the installer.
    I'm a bit disappointed how long it's taken to set this up...
    Can I use a different SVN client to download the stuff, the command line doesn't work.
    If that download gets fixed and I can do this, I would be happy, I have had no success as I know nothing about coding and compiling stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larsenv View Post
    OK.
    Devkitpro leads to some bit utils thing, not the installer.
    I'm a bit disappointed how long it's taken to set this up...
    If you are using Windows (which is what this guide is for), that link directs to the download for devkitProUpdater-1.5.3.exe.
    Quote Originally Posted by larsenv View Post
    Can I use a different SVN client to download the stuff, the command line doesn't work.
    You aren't following the guide then. I specifically say to enable the Command Line option during installation. You can use something else if you want though.

    You can't expect things to work properly if you don't follow the guide properly.
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    I got it working.
    The guide says to move devkitARM so it is c:\devkitARM, but moving that folder to devkitPPC worked.
    Last edited by larsenv; 03-05-2014 at 06:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larsenv View Post
    I got it working.
    The guide says to move devkitARM so it is c:\devkitARM, but moving that folder to devkitPPC worked.
    You shouldn't have done that. Your environment variables aren't set if that worked. You didn't install devkitARM from devkitPro Updater first, restart, then copy the files over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    You shouldn't have done that. Your environment variables aren't set if that worked. You didn't install devkitARM from devkitPro Updater first, restart, then copy the files over.
    Now when starting it up I get waiting for arm to reset Ppc like I did before, stuck there.
    Do you mind sharing a kernel.bin hash so I can check if it works?
    And it might be freezing because my NAND dump is old, I have updated the wii u since I have dumped the NAND, so will deal with it tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larsenv View Post
    Now when starting it up I get waiting for arm to reset Ppc like I did before, stuck there.
    Do you mind sharing a kernel.bin hash so I can check if it works?
    And it might be freezing because my NAND dump is old, I have updated the wii u since I have dumped the NAND, so will deal with it tonight.
    Take your pick:
    MD5 Checksum: 4EDB71CC89C29750D905E9808A5CFED5
    SHA-1 Checksum: B2F6BD399B3A51DF6BD0C1B860ACF98029260E14
    SHA-256 Checksum: 8B4DFBEC1337AFC078A0F927BBBD7077652F9590ED4A135496 07949D51B86F64
    SHA-512 Checksum: 91A0EF2F06B9CC72E6DE5C97EBF51AE358BD7092C13659BE1C 90BB145444C3FC08D5E3863BDA766975B36F7399FD6D0D4F5C 1995BF821A55A4E3280D37607567
    Generated by MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility @ http://raylin.wordpress.com/download...ecksum-utility

    That's of kernel_sd.bin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Take your pick:
    MD5 Checksum: 4EDB71CC89C29750D905E9808A5CFED5
    SHA-1 Checksum: B2F6BD399B3A51DF6BD0C1B860ACF98029260E14
    SHA-256 Checksum: 8B4DFBEC1337AFC078A0F927BBBD7077652F9590ED4A135496 07949D51B86F64
    SHA-512 Checksum: 91A0EF2F06B9CC72E6DE5C97EBF51AE358BD7092C13659BE1C 90BB145444C3FC08D5E3863BDA766975B36F7399FD6D0D4F5C 1995BF821A55A4E3280D37607567
    Generated by MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility @ http://raylin.wordpress.com/download...ecksum-utility

    That's of kernel_sd.bin.
    Thank you for that.

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