Install Dolphin Emulator 4.0.2 in Ubuntu 14.04

Dolphin is an open-source Nintendo GameCube, Wii, and Triforce emulator for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X (Intel-based). It is the first emulator to successfully run commercial GameCube and Wii games. It is still the only emulator capable of running commercial Wii games. Its name gives reference to the Nintendo Dolphin, which was the codename for the GameCube. Dolphin is a community driven project with developers from all over the world who work together to bring you this high-quality software with remarkable features.

  • In particular, one of the fixed issues was related to incorrect usage of wxWidgets and caused various problems with general Dolphin usage on Windows systems with Unicode characters in their user name
  • Some rather technical issues caused multiple games to stop booting or to freeze randomly. We’ve had multiple issue reports on this bug, so it’s great to see that we were able to fix this properly


  • Supports DOL/ELF, Gamecube + Wii disc images / physical backup discs, Wii system menu / channels, WBFS images, and WADs.
  • Debuggers for PowerPC, DSP, and graphics processors
  • Interpreters and recompilers for each processor
  • OpenGL 3 and Direct3D 11 renderers with graphical enhancements, and a software renderer for debugging
  • Action Replay simulator and Gecko Code interpreter
  • Gamecube Memory Card Manager
  • Real and emulated Wiimote support
  • Gamepad support (including Xbox 360 pad)
  • Experimental NetPlay
  • Save states

Simple Video on how to setup Dolphin in Full HD



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Install Dolphin Emulator 4.0.2

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install dolphin-emu

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