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October 8, 2006

DSOrganize, libfb, libpicture Mirror

DSOrganize is back! Please visit the official page. I am NOT the author, and CANNOT provide support. Since this is a free app, most likely he cannot support you either, if you cannot figure out how to make it work.

I’m mirroring it here because dragonminded apparently flipped out or something and deleted it off his own website.

Unfortunately, to compile DSOrganize source also requires a ‘libdt’ which appears to a simple date and time library. I cannot find a copy of this anywhere, so you may have to rewrite the library, or change his code to use standard libnds date/time functions. It shouldn’t be too hard.
Also, I didn’t find the source to libfb, which may pose a problem in the future. But it may be linked out there somewhere, I didn’t look too hard.

UPDATE: Missing files provided by Deathwind

Don’t know which version to download? Have other questions? Check the DSOrganize FAQ which contains answers, along with a compatibility chart.

Some related links:

Filed under: Nintendo DS — davr @ 1:46 pm


  1. libPicture source is here:

    Comment by Sektor — October 8, 2006 @ 9:31 pm

  2. libdt with libdt_src added (I nabbed this about a week ago myself…)

    Comment by cory1492 — October 8, 2006 @ 9:53 pm

  3. Also, after reading a little more carefully:
    a matching libfb set with source (08/08/2006)

    Not to go against DM’s wishes, but:
    “When coding on linux, mac, or windows, you have miles of code samples online, but on the Nintendo DS, you have what little is out there, and the knowledge of members on the scene.”

    Nuff said.

    Comment by cory1492 — October 8, 2006 @ 10:07 pm


    Good job man, Ryan FB has followed suit with libdt 🙂

    Comment by MrShlee — October 8, 2006 @ 10:30 pm

  5. A copy of libdt can be found at the following link, as well as an additional mirror of everything NDS related that Dragonminded used to have on his site. (Note: Not mine, I’m just relinking it.)

    Comment by Emtu — October 9, 2006 @ 6:33 am

  6. Blah. Where the heck did those other comments come from? I didn’t see them there when I posted.

    Comment by Emtu — October 9, 2006 @ 9:17 am

  7. Thanks for the help guys. I hope if I ever throw a fit and delete everything, someone out there has it mirrored 😛

    Emtu: Heh, they were held for moderation, and I have to manually approve them before they show up. I get a lot of blog-spam attempts, so my system is pretty strict. Only the most innocent comments should get through without moderation.

    Comment by davr — October 9, 2006 @ 10:50 am

  8. I just went through the hassle of getting this to work on an M3 Lite – combining the green nds file with Pepsiman’s Power Loader:,0,0,0,3,81

    Just to save other M3 users from going through all that, here’s the resulting file:

    Hope it’s useful to someone.

    Comment by m3lang3 — October 23, 2006 @ 9:45 pm

  9. […] Yes, it is capable of PDA / organizer functions. […]

    Pingback by Lite Reviews - Low Fat and Tasty » Gadget Review: Nintendo DS Lite - Part I — October 30, 2006 @ 1:20 pm

  10. Hey , jus want to know which version of ds organiser should i download as the one suit for R4 system

    Comment by Chris — April 10, 2007 @ 7:47 pm

  11. Chris – the M3 and the R4 are identical. You can use that.

    Comment by Moby Disk — May 23, 2007 @ 8:17 pm

  12. Hi, I’ve tried out the DS Organize a while back, it was the first thing I downloaded for my R4 card. I liked it, haha.

    I discovered Moonshell shortly after, and pretty much got rid of DS Organize. This is partly due to me not being able to run it through Moonshell, for some odd reason.

    Upon reading all the new improvements for DS Organize, I realize it’s supar awesome now and really want to use it on my DS. I’ve done a decent amount of googling, tried all three colours available here, to no avail. I have the DLDI-thing, but that has worked now and then, haha. I’m not quite tech literate, as you can see.

    So yes, I’m using an R4 card, with a Micro SD card. I would appreciate any help in regards to helping me use DS Organize. 🙂

    Comment by Jeff — June 26, 2007 @ 11:47 pm

  13. umm when i use dsorganizer for supercard ds one i try to delete the folder the organizer makes of thebut i cant it cant read the data on the disk

    Comment by alex — September 25, 2007 @ 7:38 pm

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