- Guide: How do i send programs to my calculator on linux??
- 26 Jul 2023 09:52:33 am
After some time, i have returned to the calculator hacking community! Those who were following on my "Cheating in games using HexaEdit CE" shall get an update soon, since I have returned to the project!
I have recently did the switch to Linux on a distribution called "Pop!_OS". It is based off the latest Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish (22.04 LTS) build. I wanted to return to the calculator hacking community, as i recently found my 84 CE PY in my attic. Now, my minumaju isn't working, my files are in a mess and I haven't updated anything in a long, long while.
So i wanted to send those files again. I realised that i can use Wine, an emulator for every win32 app.
I've successfully installed TI Connect. However, this is how it looks like:
It looked ugly and the calculator didn't show up.
So here's how to actually upload programs from Linux onto your calculator.
Probably outdated version, but it works:
If you have an Ubuntu based distro, you can just install it using apt
sudo apt install tilp2
You can also use it on Red Hat distros, but i don't know the command.
Or, you can compile it from http://lpg.ticalc.org/prj_tilp/linux.html
But i had trouble with the makefile, giving me errors.
Anyway, I hope this was helpful and that you enjoyed my little story. Bye!
Now how can i uninstall this broken build of TI Connect....
Edit: Somehow, Lightshot's image hosting service wont let me access the image only, so i had to change the tags from img to url.