> I'm having a problem running GC-Linux. I couldn't find the right place
> to post this. There isn't a forum for it, so I'm posting it here. I
This is the right place more or less, so no need for apologies.
> Whenever I run GC-Linux, the screen turns green, mixed with pink and
> yellow, and black. It just freezes and stays like that. I'm using a
> U.S. Gamecube and a U.S. Broadband Adapter, and I am on Mac OS X
> 10.3.2, using PSOLoad.
Sounds like you GC is switching into PAL or PAL-60 and your tv can't
take the PAL color sync. Someone else can probably elaborate on this
> I'm excited about this project, and I can't wait to see KDE work.
> Would it be possible at all for the developers to release some sort of
> tool kit so we could port existing programs to GC-Linux? And I was
> thinking... how would we be able to have a virtual hard drive for it?
> Would it be possible to somehow insert our own files into the .dol
> file, or compile it ourselves so we can insert our own files into it?
> That would be neat. :)
Whoa there! KDE? on 24MB ram? dont think so. Unless of course you mean
use the GC as a X Terminal for a machine running KDE.
Even then, X over 10MB with 16/24bpp is kinda painful, you'd have to use
TightVNC, LBX, or something else to get decent speeds.