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Launching iso from command line
#1
Hello all!
I can't launching my .iso image from command line. In documentation it is nothing about this but in pcsx executable I found this text:

pcsx2 [options] [file]
-cfg [file] {configuration file}
-efile [efile] {0 - reset, 1 - runcd (default), 2 - loadelf}
-help {display this help file}
-nogui {Don't use gui when launching}
-loadgs [file] {Loads a gsstate}

Load Plugins:
-cdvd [dllpath] {specify the dll load path of the CDVD plugin}
-gs [dllpath] {specify the dll load path of the GS plugin}
-spu [dllpath] {specify the dll load path of the SPU2 plugin}

Is PCSX2 supported console commands like {pcsx2.exe -nogui game.exe}?
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#2
Use this or this or as a command line
"where pcsx2 is\pcsx2.exe" "where the iso is"
PS.The second program requires .NET Framework 2 and for the command line Linuzappz ISO must be selected
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#3
(04-11-2009, 10:47 PM)vsub Wrote: Use this or this or as a command line
"where pcsx2 is\pcsx2.exe" "where the iso is"
PS.The second program requires .NET Framework 2 and for the command line Linuzappz ISO must be selected

configsaver_nogui its working cool!!!
end finally question - PS2Launcher its only GUI tool or I can use command line too? I cant find any solution for this problem.
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