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- Copy the files mfe-wii.elf and the whole directory "mfe" (including mfe-fs.bz2) to the root of yout SDCard.
- get your face and stick it between your legs'
- Copy the ".avi" files that you want to play onto your sdcard (in any directory)
- Put the SDCard in the wii's front sdcard reader
- Connect the gamecube pad
- Launch the file "mfe-wii.elf", using your favourite method of loading homebrew.

Revision as of 21:36, 17 April 2008

MFE-Wii for Wii, using wii-linux 8/4/2008


This project is based on the MFE opensource media player for gc-linux. You can find the original sources on its sourceforge page:


This version uses the same sources than the original, there are only some changes on the kernel and the filesystem to adapt it to wii. It uses wii-linux to run on a wii, and the SDL libraries for this system. It will boot using the ARAM filesystem method.

What you need

- A console ready to run homebrew (Twilight hack + SDElfLoader 3.0) - SDCard - Gamecube Pad


- get your face and stick it between your legs'


Here is the button relation between the gc-pad and the keyboard:

[digital pad]: Navigate through your filesystem, forward and backward [A]: Launch a file (play) [B]: Stop


- DVD - Wiimote

Thanks to

- The gc-linux team for their effort in porting linux to the wii - Isobel, for his great MFE player minidistro.