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#rockbox log for 2004-12-09

00:11:31 Join Cassandra [0] (Cassandra@dawnmist.demon.co.uk)
00:11:38CassandraEvening
00:11:50Zagorhi
00:12:59CassandraCan anyone tell me what "start tapping the tempo" means in the context of the metronome?
00:13:17*Bagder has never used it
00:13:29Zagorit means you can decide the tempo by tapping a button instead of entering a bpm value
00:13:46CassandraOh, right. Thanks.
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00:17:03CassandraRight, that's all amicon's comments dealt with.
00:17:41CassandraI'm not sure whether to hug him or to kick him in the kidneys until he stops screaming.
00:17:58BagderI suggest you do both ;-)
00:18:10CassandraThat works for me.
00:19:03CassandraHe may have found lots of problems, but on the other hand he complained because some of the plugins do have the Ondio keys documented and I said I'd not documented them.
00:19:37CassandraI'm damn well not going to take out the Ondio keys if they're there already.
00:19:41BagderI noticed
00:20:00BagderI say leave them in, they don't hurt anyone
00:20:23Zagori think a note "some aspects of the ondio-specific documentation are not complete" or something to that effect is fully sufficient
00:20:39CassandraOh, I'd already come to that conclusion. Better for me, better for Amiconn's kidneys. Everyone wins.
00:21:00Zagor:)
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00:25:48Zagorboo, i just noticed the iriver has a rather loud background noise
00:26:05CassandraOh just a thought for the future, but there are too many different interfaces.
00:26:23CassandraI'm really not sure how to document 4 different key mappings.
00:27:02CassandraSplitting the manual is an option, but that would be hell to maintain.
00:27:10Zagorindeed
00:27:19amiconnCassandra: I only mentioned the Ondio keys being documented for one plugin. I certainly did not complain
00:27:31CassandraMaking architecture specific supplements might work, but that's way too confusing for the end user.
00:28:02CassandraI assume the iRiver has an entirely new and different user interface.
00:28:25Zagorthe basic gui will be the same, but the button layout is different of course
00:28:55CassandraI am yet to come up with a good solution to this problem.
00:30:00amiconnMaybe it is possible to preprocess the manual, like the source code handles the differences?
00:30:50Zagorit probably will be difficult to mix processing with wysiwyg editing
00:31:23Zagorunless openoffice has some provision for inserting xml markers in the gui
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00:31:52*Cassandra nods. XML has a basic inside it, so it's theoretically doable.
00:32:23CassandraI'm seriously hoping ooo 2.0 comes out before the next release. Gods that s/w is terrible.
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00:32:54CassandraOh, what's the little black thing atop the Ondio SP, and where is the mode button hidden on the FM?
00:33:16amiconnLittle black thing?
00:33:41CassandraOn the left hand side of the picture on the website at the top, near the mode button.
00:33:48ZagorFM has the same button layout as regular recorders
00:34:05*Cassandra has decided to deign to document the buttons for Ondio users.
00:34:09amiconnAh that thing! It's the earphone socket
00:34:16CassandraSince the flood gates are already open.
00:34:34CassandraHow're your kidneys btw, amiconn?
00:34:57amiconnThe Ondio FM has 2 such "things": The second one at the right top is line in
00:35:15 Quit midk ("just STOP it arspy")
00:36:21Cassandrabut where's the FMs mode button. I can see it on the top of the SP, but the FM doesn't seem to have one.
00:36:29amiconnIt's not visible in the picture in the device comparison chart, because of different perspectives. The Ondio FM pic is a photo, while the Ondio SP pic is a scan, like all the jukebox pictures
00:36:42amiconnThe Button at the top is the On/Off button
00:36:55CassandraAH, right.
00:37:48amiconnThe "Mode" (alias "Option") button is the one below & left of the Left/Right/Up/Down "cross"
00:38:04amiconnButton layout is identical for FM and SP
00:38:08CassandraI like the idea of conditionally coding the manual. It'd also make it shorter.
00:38:21CassandraThink I'll do that when I add the Ondio properly.
00:38:51amiconnYes, the end user version for a specific model would certainly become shorter
00:39:04CassandraOh, right. Don't mind my confusion. Must be the gruelling workload getting to me.
00:40:17CassandraArgh - although it makes page formatting a total sod thinking about it.
00:40:35CassandraOos widow and orphan control is ... none existent.
00:41:06CassandraMight have to live with some ragged edges.
00:41:10amiconnThat might be difficult indeed. I don't know for sure if it would be easier using TeX either...
00:41:54CassandraYou know, I think it would, but recoding that whole f***ing manual in TeX. You'd have to pay me.
00:42:00CassandraLots.
00:44:06Zagori'm off to bed
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00:44:54amiconnCassandra: I just checked, Oo does have widow and orphan control, even with adjustable line count
00:45:40CassandraWell it doesn't f***ing work then.
00:46:11CassandraEither that or I'm a total muppet and just didn't turn it on.
00:47:41amiconnWell, I dunno if they just added it recently (Oo 1.1.3 on Windows here). It's in the paragraph format settings, and afaics it is off by default
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00:51:25CassandraI think I remember the problem.
00:51:33CassandraIt gets ignored for tables.
00:52:24CassandraAnyway got to go. Take care.
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10:12:21quelsarukgood morning
10:12:44*Bagder appears as well
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10:35:53quelsaruk:)
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10:51:27oxygen77hello
10:51:43oxygen77who has installed the cgi web based client on rockbox site?
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10:54:15Bagderzagor has
10:54:26oxygen77k thx
10:54:50oxygen77do you know if something special has to be done to remove dead clients
10:54:52oxygen77?
10:55:09Zagorno, they are killed automatically
10:55:24oxygen77ok
10:55:37Zagori'm guessing apache has a timeout
10:55:49oxygen77k
10:56:33oxygen77cause we have some dead web clients staying in our Chan
10:56:42oxygen77maybe they are not dead :)
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11:00:57quelsarukhmmm
11:01:03*quelsaruk looks to himself
11:01:08quelsarukno, not me :)
11:02:46Zagori don't think it dies until the connection truly goes down (as in when the user closes the window). so they could be away from keyboard for a long time but still not dead
11:03:24oxygen77yup, that's what I think
11:04:06oxygen77I just wanted to be sure, I won't have a chan full of bad cgi:irc client
11:04:20oxygen77thx Zagor
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11:17:16quelsarukmorning [IDC]Dragon
11:30:36amiconnhi [IDC]Dragon
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11:32:08[IDC]DragonHi amiconn
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11:53:21quelsaruk:)
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13:05:00Zagor"The first act, 'allocating a new data structure of a certain size,' is expressed in UNIX RCU and Linux RCU by a single line of nearly identical code." −− SCO court filing
13:05:35[IDC]Dragonp = malloc(n) ?
13:05:45Zagoryeah. shocking, isn't it?
13:06:19Zagori'd like to see a multi-line alloc call...
13:06:28[IDC]Dragonor rather p = malloc(sizeof(*p))
13:07:11[IDC]Dragongood that you've voted against malloc in Rockbox ;-)
13:07:32Zagorhehe
13:11:19darkskiezwhat are you using instead?
13:11:33Zagornothing. we don't allocate.
13:11:53darkskiezI see.
13:12:11darkskiezso, what about for the song database and the like?
13:12:14Zagorwe use static buffers for everything. very predictable = very reliable
13:13:46Zagorthe song database will use the same static buffer as the directory browser
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13:27:04quelsaruk:)
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14:57:27Bagderhi LinusN
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15:25:48*LinusN is very busy fixing bugs at work
15:30:06midkhaha
15:30:26BagderLinusN thinks he can fool us that easily
15:30:38Bagderw know he sits there with his legs up sipping coffee
15:30:41Bagderwe know
15:30:46darkskiezthats what i'm doing at work
15:30:57*Bagder runs off
15:31:00darkskiezmy boss is in hostpital as his newborn baby isnt well.
15:31:07darkskiezand i've got nothing to do.
15:32:27LinusNlucky you
15:33:04darkskiezi'm really depressed
15:34:00darkskiezDell were selling Xeon 2.4Ghz Servers 256Mb Ram SCSI RAID 80Gb for £99/eu150/$180 this morning and when I just called up to order the had sold their last 1800th one scince 9:30 this morning.
15:34:53darkskiezWhat really sad is I've never been so depressed,
15:34:58darkskiezexcept when i bought a dab radio.
15:50:40quelsarukgood afternoon LinusN
15:51:13quelsarukdarkskiez: really?? :O
15:51:23quelsaruki want one of those
15:54:10darkskiezquelsaruk, i got a adapt perstel dr-200, rubbish rubbish rubbish.
15:54:52darkskiezdr-201
15:55:28darkskiezto listen to dab you had to put the antenna at full, struggle to get a multiplex, and stand very very still.
15:58:03darkskiezthe one good thing it did was prompt me to replace it with an iriver.
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16:00:49quelsarukgmmmss.. i'm lost, as usual :)
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16:43:06Zagorhow come your client is always disconnecting?
16:43:51Zagor;)
16:44:45darkskiezi tried /ignore and xchat doesnt bloody ignore channel joins/parts
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17:00:16AciDnobody.
17:06:45LinusNAciD: you keep connecting and disconnecting
17:08:16AciDyes, that's really annoying
17:08:36AciDit happens since my bro re-installed the server....under windows
17:09:21LinusNour irc logs are cluttered with your disconnects, it's really annoying
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20:34:52Cheetohallo!
20:35:14CheetoI have a quickie question. What is ATA Error -11?
20:36:09Bagderread the source
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20:36:30Cheetothe source code?
20:36:50BagderI don't think they're documented anywhere
20:37:19Cheetocrap
20:38:04Bagderyou get it immediately when starting?
20:38:22Cheetoyeah
20:38:31Cheetooccasionally it starts working again
20:39:08Bagderif I read it correctly, it means it means ATA problems
20:39:13Cheetofigured that
20:39:29CheetoI'm just wondering what the error is. Thankfully I managed to recover the data off it
20:39:59Cheetopossibly data corruption?
20:40:06BagderI think it means it timed out waiting for the ready bit
20:40:31Bagderfirmware/drivers/ata.c line 1099
20:41:06Cheetosee this is why I need to learn programming :P
20:41:16Cheetoalright, so reinstall the OS onto it?
20:41:35BagderI don't think reinstalling will make any difference
20:41:43Cheetodamnation
20:41:56Bagderare your batteries in good shape?
20:42:33amiconnIf ata -11 occurs immediately at startup, it is more likely caused by line 1132. I suspect flakey contacts
20:42:39Cheetoyeah
20:42:39Cheetoand fully charged
20:42:39Cheetoit's only a year old
20:42:54Cheetohmm
20:42:56Bagderah
20:43:00Cheeto*goes digging for tinfoil*
20:43:03Bagderamiconn: seems more likely, yes
20:43:08Cheetoso what does ATA -11 mean?
20:43:14Cheetoit's a timeout error caused by what?
20:43:50Bagderit is a problem with the ATA
20:44:01Bagderif you want the details, I recommend the source
20:44:16Bagderbut it is probably because of your hw
20:44:20Bagdernot a sw problem
20:44:52Cheetocrap
20:46:08Cheetoi'll try and read the source, hopefully I can glean something out of it
20:47:04amiconnCheeto: If your unit is still under warranty, I'd recommend that you send it for repair. If not, I recommend checking the battery contacts. See http://www.rockbox.org/docs/repairbattery.html for details
20:47:58Cheetoit's a Jukebox FM Recorder, isn't that guide for a different model?
20:48:08amiconnAh, yes.
20:48:53Cheetodamnit, it's out of the one year range by 2 months
20:49:17amiconnAnyway, the FM/V2 recorders sometimes also show battery problems, most often because only one of the 2 LiIon cells actually have contact
20:49:55Cheetoso seriously, would tinfoil work for makeshift? I;ve already had to tape the battery flap down to keep it shut and the machine running
20:50:14amiconnThere's an external link describing the procedure for the JBMM, which should be valid for FM/V2 as well, http://www.angelfire.com/trek/archos/
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20:51:11Cheetooops, Link opened in the wrong window :P
20:52:14Bagderhaha
20:52:50Cheetowould any of this debug info be helpful?
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20:55:38amiconnWell, it depends. What makes me believe that your box has power problems is that when I started adapting rockbox for player flashing, I also got "panic ata -11" when the HD was not powered at all.
20:55:55Cheetohmm
20:56:07Cheetowell, the contacts are clean and are both touching, should I try replacing the battery?
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20:58:26amiconnCheeto: I can't say that much about the FM/V2 because I don't have such a unit. I can imagine some more sources for the problem: (1) The hd connector
20:59:04Cheetok
20:59:11amiconn(2) The hd itself may be failing. To make sure, you would have to check it independently of the JB, either connecting it with a 2.5"->3.5" adapter to your PC or in an external USB enclosure
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21:00:01CheetoI have a laptop, I can swap them
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21:00:15CheetoI was planning on doing that, anyways, and using a live Slackware disk to run a scan on it
21:00:30amiconn(3) The circuit that supplies the HD power may be faulty. I would check the HD power with a multimeter while the box is running
21:00:37Cheetoalright
21:02:27amiconnDo you hear/ feel the HD spin when the error happens?
21:02:43Cheetoyeah
21:02:45Cheetoit spins up
21:02:59Cheetoremains spinning, then spins down when I reset the box
21:03:00amiconnHmm.
21:03:18Cheetoit also randomly starts up again, runs normally, then locks up
21:08:49amiconnStrange. What harddisk model do you have? (Info->Debug->View disk info)
21:09:52CheetoI have no idea, I can't access the menu system
21:10:23Cheetoit starts up, gives me the eror, says 'Press On to debug' and the debug is a screen full of changing numbers
21:11:07CheetoPADR, PBDR, AN0-AN7, Batt, ATA
21:11:13Cheetothose are the readings it gives me
21:12:50amiconnYeah. Of course you can only get to the menu if it starts up without panic. I thought that the panic ata -11 doesn't occur always
21:14:03Cheetomost of the time it does
21:14:12CheetoI can't seem to get it to go back to normal operation right now
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21:40:10Cheetothanks guys, I'll check all that
21:40:13Cheetobbl
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21:48:01amiconnLinusN: "cvs diff -u" tells me "unknown host rockbox.haxx.se" !?
21:48:26LinusNour dns provider has network problems
21:48:38amiconnHmm :(
21:48:48Bagdercheckout from rockbox.org and commit there ;-P
21:49:10Bagderhaxx.se has problems, rockbox.org does not
21:49:24amiconnHmm. I'd have to adapt my working copy :-/
21:49:33BagderI know, it wasn't a serious suggestion
21:49:49Bagderthis shouldn't be a long-term problem
21:50:02amiconnis rockbox.org and rockbox.haxx.se the same ip?
21:50:06Bagderyes
21:50:24amiconnSo I'll temporarily add that to my hosts file
21:50:33Bagderright, that should work
21:52:06amiconnIt does, even with Windows :)
21:52:12Bagdermagic!
21:52:46LinusNsome research gave me the information that they have dug off a cable in Gothenburg
21:53:02Bagderggg
21:53:09LinusNplenty of internet and mobile phone traffic problems
21:53:46LinusNand cave-in risks have delayed the repairs
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21:54:11LinusNthey say it might be repaired by midnight
21:54:17LinusN(swedish time)
21:54:22Bagderoh crappo
21:57:41Bagderoh well, it brings peace to my mailbox
21:59:22LinusNnice and quiet
21:59:33Bagderyeps
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22:00:17amiconnWaargh! I wanted to send Linus a new test soon :(
22:00:39BagderI'm sitting here expecting some urgent mails too
22:04:17LinusNme too
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22:47:58bobTHChi all
22:48:24[IDC]Dragonhi there!
22:48:26Zagorhey
22:48:39bobTHCwhat's up
22:48:44bobTHC?
22:48:50[IDC]Dragonis rockbox.org down?
22:48:54bobTHC???
22:49:40bobTHCno
22:50:03[IDC]Dragondoesn't work from here
22:50:11amiconn[IDC]Dragon: No it isn't. There are DNS problems in Sweden
22:50:12bobTHCwork from .fr
22:50:30bobTHC:)
22:50:31[IDC]Dragonthe forums do work.
22:50:31amiconnIf you use the IP, it works
22:50:43[IDC]Dragonwhich is?
22:50:48amiconn(or if you have the resoulution cached, like me
22:50:50amiconn)
22:51:18amiconnYou will experience the same if you try to resolve rockbox.haxx.se
22:51:25[IDC]Dragonyep
22:52:19amiconnIP is 193.15.23.131 . I temporarily added it to my hosts file.
22:52:35Zagorrockbox.org shouldn't have dns problems, only haxx.se
22:52:57[IDC]Dragonah, correct
22:53:07amiconnHmm. As said, rockbox.org does work here. I'm also at T-Online...
22:53:31[IDC]Dragon.org works for me, .se not
22:53:49Zagoryeah
22:54:29bobTHC64.233.161.99
22:54:35bobTHCthat the ip
22:54:53Zagorthat's a google ip
22:54:53[IDC]Dragona different one?
22:55:41bobTHCsorry
22:55:54bobTHC2sec
22:57:25amiconnI only get ~8 hrs of runtime from my 2300 mAh cells :( Most likely I have a bad cell.
22:58:25[IDC]Dragondid you compare them when discharged?
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23:00:37[IDC]DragonOT: today I found a car stereo with a card slot and a USB jack
23:01:15bobTHC193.15.23.131
23:01:23bobTHCthat's the ip
23:01:24bobTHCbut
23:01:28bobTHC:)
23:01:40amiconnbobTHC: I already pasted it
23:01:46bobTHCerror page on contactor server
23:01:49bobTHC:/
23:02:13ZagorbobTHC: you can't access web servers by ip only. one ip can host many web sites.
23:02:27amiconnYes... with HTTP1.1
23:02:32Zagorsimply use www.rockbox.org and you'll be fine
23:03:04Zagorwell you can, but you have to send a Host: header
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23:04:19Zagor[IDC]Dragon: i saw one like that the other day too, but only found swedish and french web pages about it :)
23:04:29bobTHC:)
23:09:57amiconnZagor: I sometimes test HTTP connections that way, connecting via telnet to port 80 and then playing browser.
23:10:37Zagoramiconn: yes, but it only works for the default website on that server
23:10:59amiconnOr you have to send a Host: header
23:11:04Zagorright
23:11:15amiconnGET / HTTP/1.1
23:11:22Zagorpersonally, I use curl for such tests though :)
23:11:23amiconnHost: www.rockbox.org
23:11:53amiconnI did not yet check out curl? Is it available for windows (without having cygwin installed that is)?
23:11:54Zagorour default website is "Ingen jefla server her inte." :-)
23:11:58Zagoryes
23:12:02Bagderamiconn: it is
23:12:35ZagorBagder: quick, name a mirror not on haxx.se :)
23:12:51amiconn?
23:13:09Bagderhttp://curl.signal42.com/
23:13:10Zagorthe homepage of curl is curl.haxx.se
23:13:21Zagorbut due to current difficulties, it can't be reached
23:13:36amiconnSame IP as rockbox.haxx.se?
23:13:45Bagderno, but same DNS problem
23:14:27Bagderhttp://curl.mirror.at.stealer.net/
23:14:31Bagderthat's a german one
23:14:40Zagornice name
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23:16:36amiconnZagor: Bah, I clicked on README -> curl.haxx.se could not be found :(
23:17:12Bagderyeah, some parts of the site are haxx.se only
23:18:17Zagorthe ip of curl.haxx.se is 193.15.23.28
23:20:00amiconn_Much_ better, thanks :)
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23:20:22[IDC]DragonI found a nice source for serial converters
23:20:37[IDC]Dragoneven coming from USB
23:20:52ZagorBagder: i shouldn't have thrown away my id3db notes from the french conference. you forget a lot in a month... :)
23:21:03Bagderhaha
23:22:02[IDC]Dragona local store has cheap USB->serial converters with 3 V levels, for mobile phones, about 6 Euro
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23:34:16amiconnZagor: I'll send my new player ata power test plugin to Linus now. Could you perhaps run this on your 4.13 player too? Might be interesting...
23:34:41[IDC]Dragonthose cables are really cheap: http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=6347668112
23:36:30Zagorsure
23:37:31Bagderbtw
23:37:44Bagderthe volume of the iRiver is not as loud as Rockbox
23:38:03Bagderfar from it actually
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23:39:09[IDC]Dragonand Zagor "complained" about background noise, is that so?
23:39:42BagderI haven't noticed. I guess I should try some more quiet and peaceful music
23:39:52amiconnZagor: DCC send? email?
23:40:14Zagorit's not as noticeable as the archos buzz. i only noticed it when I turned off the iriver while still wearing my headphones.
23:40:23Zagordcc, email hangs on the dns problem...
23:43:14amiconnZagor: The archos recorder buzz was very noticeable. That's only one of the issues that rockbox cured. I still have the old email I once sent to archos support. Never got a reply...
23:50:25Zagoramiconn: PB4 low (1 us)
23:51:10amiconnThanks for the test. That's interesting - I always get low (0 us). Maybe the pulldown doesn't pull that strong on older hw

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