Version 4 of U-Disk Manager was released at the same time as the G6 Lite hardware, but also works with the older G6 hardware. Version 5 was released in February 2008, but is very similar to the previous versions. Each version increases game compatibility for the DS, but they all install and work the same in wine, so are treated as one version.
I've been able to write NDS roms on my G6...The trick is when the application seems to be frozen, just press "Enter" to simulate that you clicked the "Ok" button.
What does not
Actually the written NDS roms didn't seems to work when I booted my NDS. Since I just received my G6Flash and I am not familliar with it, I will do other tests later.
Also, my manager has very strange caracters. I can't read a word of it even if I change the language setting. I have not fixed this problem.
What was not tested
The GBA.* functions
All other issues of the previous test have been verified and confirmed.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||Ubuntu 6.06 "Dapper" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Aug 18 2006||0.9.19.||Yes||Yes||Bronze||an anonymous user|
|Show||Ubuntu 6.06 "Dapper" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Sep 07 2006||0.9.9.||Yes||Yes||Silver||an anonymous user|
|Current||Ubuntu 6.06 "Dapper" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Aug 25 2006||0.9.9.||Yes||Yes||Bronze||an anonymous user|
As a note for wine developers: You don't actually require the G6 hardware to test this app. The app communicates with the G6 hardware through a mapped drive letter, and no Windows device drivers are required (other than the usual USB flash drive mass-storage class drivers). When you start the app you are asked to select the drive that the G6 is mounted on. You can just select any drive letter upon which you have write access - it doesn't check that it is really a G6 or not. The app will make a GBA and an NDS folder on the root of that drive (if not already present). The app should not cause any damage to any other folders on the drive, but if you are worried you should make a drive with no other content on it.