Forbidden News / Material?
I'm trying to be a general maintenance guy around here, editing links into things and organizing and whatnot, and I realized that some of the articles that are getting pulled from the front page didn't send up red flags to me. I mean, the DS download service one was pretty obviously against everything moral, but the carts didn't throw up a red flag because I personally *use* an R4 for homebrew, and the idea of using it for piracy doesn't immediately come to mind. (I don't, never have.)
So what exactly do we not allow here? Clearly anything that's blatantly for piracy is out. Since the DSi is likely going to get some kind of SD card loader, do we want to avoid flash cart in general here? What should definitely not be here? --Thegamefreak0134 18:28, 22 August 2009 (UTC)
I'm mulling over the update history, someone needs to ban that kid. ^_^ --Thegamefreak0134 12:47, 26 August 2009 (UTC)
- Do not post claims or announcements about DSi exploits or homebrew flashcards that at the time cannot be verified.Neimod 10:30, 27 December 2010 (CET)
.:SOLUTION?:. I think i know a solution for downloading Homebrew onto the NDS when it's made. I've noticed that a group called Pokemon Fan Centre has made an edit to a wi-fi place in the pokemon games.they did it by doing this:
In your DS's wifi settings, http://gts.determinismsucks.net/gtsinstruct2.png assuming you've already got a connection to your local wireless network set up, click the settings for that connection. http://gts.determinismsucks.net/gtsinstruct3.png Scroll down a bit and, where it says something about the "DNS", change Autoconnect to "No", http://gts.determinismsucks.net/gtsinstruct4a.png and manually enter "X.X.X.X" as the primary DNS server. http://gts.determinismsucks.net/gtsinstruct5.png Save your settings.
So i think it would be a good idea to set up a DNS server and using it on the DSi Shop to dowload DSiBrew. 9:08, 8 April 2010.By FireGrey
DNS redirection can't be used with the shop to install a homebrew title. The shop uses only https, we can't send anything with https, as DS will reject our certificates. --Yellows8 20:57, 8 April 2010 (UTC)
Going along the idea of DNS redirection, could Wireshark be used to capture the SSL certificate? --Shawnbusker 03:49, 23 September 2012 (CEST)
- You'd obtain exactly the same cert that your browser would receive that way. You can't obtain the server privk either. The cert is signed by Nintendo, the root CA cert is stored in Version Data. --Yellows8 01:18, 24 September 2012 (CEST)