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    Nintendo DS Emulator

    Just wanted to check if NDS Emulator works on Ubuntu or I should have it running in Wine?And is there also like a noob guide on how to install games like the different fps that runs well in Ubuntu?Thanks!
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    Re: Nintendo DS Emulator

    Nocash gba is the best DS emulator imo and works with wine.

    it may be spelled as no$gba

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    Re: Nintendo DS Emulator

    Quote Originally Posted by giantoz View Post
    Nocash gba is the best DS emulator imo and works with wine.

    it may be spelled as no$gba
    no offense, but i find that laughable. desmume is a native linux NDS emulator and is even better imo.
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    no offense, but i find that laughable. desmume is a native linux NDS emulator and is even better imo.
    thats cool, I havent played for a while but when I did, desmume didnt work for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disturbedite View Post
    no offense, but i find that laughable. desmume is a native linux NDS emulator and is even better imo.
    Will desmume run the same files that no$gba can? I also have downloaded desmume but when I click on it it won't open? Anything I'm missing?
    Last edited by Sef; April 15th, 2009 at 07:40 AM. Reason: removed piracy sentences
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    Re: Nintendo DS Emulator

    Quote Originally Posted by Grievous View Post
    no offense, but i find that laughable. desmume is a native linux NDS emulator and is even better imo.
    Hate to have to point it out, but piracy i.e. downloading roms from torrents is likely piracy & not generally condoned here.
    Last edited by Sef; April 15th, 2009 at 07:41 AM. Reason: removed piracy sentences in quote

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    Re: Nintendo DS Emulator

    Downloading rom's could well be piracy and wouldn't be condoned and will lead to thread closure. At the moment the thread is still only discussing no$gba and desmume.

    Let's make sure it stays that way please.

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    Anyway, how do I get desmume running?When I click on it nothing happens.
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    Re: Nintendo DS Emulator

    Quote Originally Posted by disturbedite View Post
    no offense, but i find that laughable. desmume is a native linux NDS emulator and is even better imo.
    dude, what're you smoking? desmume guys are doing a great job, but it's still featureless, buggy like hell, and compatibility is low. it can't even compare to no$gba... yet. progress is noticeable, but they still have a long ways to go. iDeaS is the best ds emulator for linux, often better than no$gba. (http://www.ideasemu.org/) my only gripe with it is the sound plugin. it's tough to get it working nicely.

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    no$gba has run every game that I have thrown at it so far (not sure if I should mention titles?). A funny thing is, it seems to run smoother under Wine than in Windows, its native OS. lol

    I've tried almost all other DS emus including ideas, but they all seem to have sound problems, on every OS I've played them upon.

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