CITEC-PostMaster <mulysatest <at> gmail.com> writes:
> 1. I noticed there are many distribution of Linux on Wii. I wondering that
gamecube-linux is the same as whiite-linux or not?
whiite-linux is a simple Debian 4.0 (etch) based Linux distribution for the
The GameCube Linux project is an effort to port the Linux kernel and related
userspace tools to the Nintendo GameCube and Wii videoconsoles.
> 2. What is the difference between whiite-linux and wii-linux
Wii Linux (or wii-linux or whatever) is a generic term to designate all Linux
distributions running on the Nintendo Wii. All Wii Linux in the end use the
kernel that The GameCube Linux (gc-linux) project provides.
> 3. Why nativate wireless device doesn't support? Is there any chance it will
be supported in the future?
It _may_ be supported in the future.
> 4. Any win32 software able to achieve the same result as linux console to
patitioning the SD card? If no any, does SD card will be detected if I install
Linux on VMWare ?
I don't know anything about win32 tools nor if a SD card can be used from one of
the VMware products.
But you can use a live Linux distro CD/DVD (like Ubuntu) to boot you computer
into Linux without installing anything on your harddrive, and then proceed to
install whiite-linux as per the available instructions.