Get GeeXboX for Wii

Geexbox for Wii IOS Version
Geexbox for Wii IOS Version
geexbox-wii-ios-0.1beta3.tar.bz2
Version: 0.1beta3
9.4 MiB
759 Downloads
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Geexbox for Wii MINI Version
Geexbox for Wii MINI Version
geexbox-wii-mini-0.1beta3.tar.bz2
Version: 0.1beta3
12.9 MiB
480 Downloads
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GeeXboX for Wii

Lastest version: 0.1beta3

GeeXboX for Wii

Download IOS versions: Use the buttons above, or Yunfile (中国)

Download MINI versions: Use the buttons above, or Yunfile (中国)

GeeXboX for Wii

Some older releases are also available from Sourceforge, but it is not recommended to use old versions.

GeeXboX for Wii

For developers and hackers:

Sources for GeeXboX for Wii are also available from the above link in the form of patchsets to mainline GeeXboX sources.

To get a working source tree directly:

hg clone http://geexboxforwii.hg.sourceforge.net:8000/hgroot/geexboxforwii/geexboxforwii

GeeXboX for Wii

4 Responses to Get GeeXboX for Wii

  1. DeltaLink says:

    Some of the URL links in the sources now (as of August 2012), are broken as websites have since changed/moved. For example, one of the errors when trying to build the sources is with the url for the Linux Kernel. In the “url” file located in “~/geexboxforwii/packages/linux”, it should be updated to something like “http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.6/linux-2.6.32.9.tar.bz2”. There are other errors with URL links such as the one for the configtool sources.

    Is there a more recent version of the sources other than the one mentioned here?

    • farter says:

      That is probably a result of the fairly recent compromise of kernel.org.

      No, I have not used the sources since last release. But since you are only concerned with building a kernel, you do not need to build the whole geexbox tree, just the kernel related packages are enough, which should be less than 20, mostly toolchain stuff.

      • DeltaLink says:

        I thought that I should add that most of the missing sources caused by the move of Geexbox sources can be found at “http://sources.openbricks.org/devel/” and the kernel related tools (such as binutils) can be found under various branches of “http://old-www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.kernel.org/” for anyone intrested in building everything. Most of the other missing sources should be relatively easy to find.

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