I'm using Ubuntu and an EmulationStation on my Raspberry. As some of the Hacks require a patching before I'm somewhat stuck as there is not too much information on how to do it on Linux (preferably command line).
Floating IPS and Lunar IPS are for Windows and both with a GUI - what would you recommend in Linux to patch SNES (zip/smc)-Games?
Also, in order to make sure the files are not corrupted, are there alternatives for ROMclean for Linux?
From my own research I can see there's UniPatcher (which is according to its Git-Page for Android), ips.py, Lazy IPS and YADP - for all of these the documentation is not that great. Most were released more than five years ago.
Is there anyone who has tried one of them recently? I'm especially curious for games like Yoshi's Ultimate Island (https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/1407/
) - which doesn't state which original ROM it requires or NEW SMW2 - Yoshi's Island (https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/1958/
), which does state it but not how.