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#rockbox log for 2008-02-11

00:01:43 Quit n1s ()
00:02:16 Join crzyboyster [0] (n=4b596e13@gateway/web/cgi-irc/labb.contactor.se/x-a85719e65ad76cda)
00:03:12crzyboysterWhat does everyone think of this version of cabbiev2 for the gigabeat > http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=10030.msg114838#msg114838 ?
00:04:22Nico_PI love it!! :p
00:04:43*Llorean is a fan
00:05:04pixelmasee logs, not that long ago (though it's now yesterday's log)
00:05:52Nico_PI'd like to mention that the background was slightly hacked so a bit more work might be needed on that respect
00:07:15 Join rasher_ [0] (n=rasher@62.79.64.148.adsl.hs.tiscali.dk)
00:07:35Nico_Phaah one less bug! :)
00:08:17jhMikeSWho's good at approaching companies around here? I'm afraid I'd just get in a fight with them and they don't want that. :)
00:08:51 Quit MethoS- (Remote closed the connection)
00:11:49crzyboysterWhich day's log? I couldn't find it being discussed in yesterday's log...
00:12:25kugelsaratoga: Are you sure it's not charging at all? I'm refering to your last post in "cpchan branch"
00:12:44linuxstbgevaerts: I'm not happy with the structure (i.e. the #ifdefs, and this should probably be moved to the target-specific parts of the source), but this patch (apply on top of your patch) gives the correct iManufacturer/iProduct/iSerial for ipods (plus VendorId and ProductId in inquiry) - http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/ums_serial.diff
00:12:47kugelIt does charge, very very slowly though. I was on a train trip recently, started with an empty battery. I put the sansa into a power source and watched a movie with rockbox. I was able to watch 1 hour + listen a few minutes to music after disconnecting the sansa from the power source
00:13:32pixelmacrzyboyster: yesterday's log as in 10th of February, not the current.txt (ok, I prefer reading)
00:15:06linuxstbjhMikeS: Bagder seems to have more success than most...
00:15:15saratogakugel: on my sansa the battery charger status register indicates that the charge circuit is powered down
00:15:24saratogaand we certainly do not enable it
00:15:56kugelsaratoga: Ok, but why was my sansa not empty after I disconnected it from the power source?
00:16:00saratogaso unless your bootloader is enabling it, i don't see how it could charge
00:16:38kugelNico_P: Oh I just noticed your last commit. I had this issue too, but I couldn't reproduce it and I had it very rarely. I didn't think of the next track + VBR combo at all
00:16:39saratogakugel: perhaps the battery heated up which raised voltage high enough to run rockbox futher
00:16:40*jhMikeS summons Bagder to sweet talk FS into getting the MC13783 RM :)
00:17:00pixelmasaratoga: battery charger status register - is this something in a debug screen?
00:17:04rasher_saratoga: are you saying the sansas don't charge in Rockbox?
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00:17:42kugelsaratoga: Hmm, well. So tell me, why is charging disabled?
00:17:59kugelIt was enabled if iirc
00:18:26kugel-if
00:18:28pixelmajust asking because I don't trust what Rockbox is telling me when USB ("charger") is connected - the reported battery voltage of 4,6V and up can't be right
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00:20:26kugelHmm
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00:20:44XavierGrSlasheri: for the logs, your bootloader.iriver file that you've sent me works (of course I tested the iriver_flash.rock with current svn and the crc checksum works too)
00:21:43gevaertslinuxstb: I think the ipod stuff should probably come before the flash stuff in identify2inquiry(). Right now flash-based ipods won't get a correct id.
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00:22:18saratogakugel: see http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8363
00:22:26Nico_Pkugel: I found a reliable way to repro so it wasn't *too* hard to track down (still not straightforward though)
00:25:20saratogabit 0 of 0x22 (the first byte added to debug_menu.c in that patch) is the charger enable bit
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00:25:55kugelyea, I see
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00:26:18kugelsaratoga: Ahh, thanks. I remember that task, somehow I've forgotten about it. Does that patch a bad job, or is it reliable (for e200 at least)? If the latter what is the reason for not committing?
00:26:19gevaertslinuxstb: as far as the #ifdefs are concerned, there's a lot of stuff in the usb stack that needs cleanup, so a bit more right now won't hurt
00:26:20pixelmasaratoga: do you get more reasonable battery voltage readouts during charging with that patch?
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00:26:34NoFullNameHi there, I got some issue with panic error anyone could help?
00:27:11saratogapixelma: I haven't tried it yet
00:27:25saratogai didn't see much point until USB support was in and it seemed like it was a ways off
00:27:41saratogai think it would work ok for the e200 (not the c200 though)
00:27:43jhMikeSisn't a version of gcc available that compiles for ARM11?
00:28:10stripwaxNoFullName - is it reproducible? which device?
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00:29:49NoFullNamestripwax: It's third time that happen on my Sansa E200 series: It read" *PANIC* Udating size on empty dir entry 39" I tried to google for solution, it's very similar to this http://osdir.com/ml/systems.archos.rockbox.sourceforge/2003-12/msg00311.html
00:30:21stripwaxNoFullName - did you by any chance try and delete database.* files when you got that?
00:30:41saratogapixelma: I was thinking of doing a charge cycle hooked up to an ADC with that patch so I could verify that it really did observe correct safety precautions (over heating detection, etc)
00:30:59saratogathat specs are a bit vague about what the hardware will do IMO
00:31:02stripwaxNoFullName - in fact, were you doing anything in particular when you got that PANIC or did it just happen 'by itself' when listening to music?
00:31:05NoFullNamestripwax: Nope. what's the extension for database file? *?
00:31:27BigBambi*.tcd in /.rockbox
00:31:50NoFullNamestripwax: I just turn it on and got that message.
00:31:58stripwaxNoFullName - actually I meant 'did doing that cause the problem' rather than 'try doing that' :)
00:32:01stripwaxNoFullName - hm.
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00:32:23pixelmasaratoga: I was just talking about the number I can read in the "view battery" debug screen
00:32:24stripwaxNoFullName - can you try resetting settings while turning it on? I'm afraid I don't know the Sansa keypress to do that
00:32:52saratogaI guess that should have been directed at kugel
00:32:58saratogai mixed up your questions
00:33:01NoFullNamestripwax: Sansa won't let me turn off the device. I have to either let the battery drain out or take up the battery.
00:33:11BigBambiNoFullName: Hold power
00:33:12stripwaxNico_P - hm, I can't reproduce that playlist not-buffering-the-correct-track problem I mentioned using sim ..
00:33:14pixelmasaratoga: heh :)
00:33:34BigBambiNoFullName: For 15 seconds or more - it is a hardware reset
00:33:46stripwaxand my ipod is running a battery_bench right now so I can't reproduce on that either :)
00:33:50NoFullNamestripwax: lol. amazing. it turn off!
00:33:52Nico_PjhMikeS: what do you mean?
00:34:25*stripwax tries enabling dircache in sim and trying again
00:34:31Genesisbye
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00:35:17amiconnstripwax: You need multiple targets ;)
00:35:21rasherNoFullName: Not amazing - it's built to do that. Hold record while booting to reset settings
00:35:35kugelsaratoga: I don't own such electricity stuff (ADC, not even a device to messure the power consumtions of i.e. my pc), so I unfortunately can't help :(
00:35:48stripwaxamiconn - heh. i wonder if I can reproduce the bug on my h120 ..
00:36:03NoFullNamerasher: well, I tried that before for 10 seconds and it didn't work, but I guess you need to hold longer than that. :)
00:36:08linuxstbgevaerts: Hmm, flash-based ipods (i.e. the Nano) use the ATA driver, so they should use the ATA identify info.
00:36:17Nico_Pamiconn: do you have an idea how much time the ipod will take to arrive in France?
00:36:18kugelNice to have this cleared now, I really thought it's charging at least a bit
00:36:25BigBambiNoFullName: Yes, 15 seconds or more as I said
00:37:12NoFullNameBigBambi: So my solution is try to delete *tcd file in /.rockrock directory?
00:37:17BigBambieh?
00:37:35BigBambiI was just telling you which files were database files
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00:38:08NoFullNameBigBambi: oh ok. I will delete it anyway :) If you don't heard from me it's mostly likely it works.
00:38:09BigBambiNoFullName: I didn't really read about your problem
00:38:13countrymonkeyIs rbspeexenc built into rbutil? I'm having problems building .talk clips.
00:38:21BigBambiNoFullName: heh, good luck :)
00:38:32NoFullNamethanks everyone!
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00:38:43stripwaxNoFullName - try resetting your settings first before deleting the .tcd files ..
00:38:44stripwaxoh
00:39:02jhMikeSNico_P: Right now it's just set to arm9tdmi.
00:39:06gevaertslinuxstb: ok.
00:39:16Nico_PjhMikeS: n1s changed that today
00:40:13preglowcountrymonkey: yeah, it's built in
00:40:21jhMikeSI tried to change it but without success
00:40:21preglowat least in any recent version
00:40:49countrymonkeyI cannot figure out why I'm having problems building .talk clips! :p
00:41:05Nico_PjhMikeS: maybe I don't really understand what you mean... isn't http://svn.rockbox.org/viewvc.cgi/trunk/tools/configure?r1=16272;r2=16273 the correct change?
00:41:30Nico_PI had to update my cross-compiler to be able to compile with that change
00:41:46jhMikeSI wanted to use the mcrr instruction
00:42:24Nico_Pwhich is?
00:42:42linuxstbgevaerts: But HAVE_FLASH_STORAGE is defined for the Nano, so I'm not sure if the other code in the USB driver works correctly...
00:42:44countrymonkeydoes rbutil do only the dirrectory you set it to do or does it do all directories under that one also. And can it do a whole drive like voicebox can?
00:43:10saratogait transfers registers between processors i think
00:43:11jhMikeSguess I failed to discover the correct type
00:43:34jhMikeS4.0.3 seems to work
00:43:39gevaertsThere are a lot of #ifdefs in usb_core.c that could be removed/centralized by using function pointers. That would also open the way to supporting more than one usb function at the same time (provided the hardware supports enough endpoints). Are there objections to doing that ?
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00:44:00stripwaxNico_P - hm, maybe I can reproduce the bug in sim after all. From 'stopped', I play a track on an album, and check the Buffering debug info - I see track count: 23 (which is correct). Music starts playing, I then go back to fiiles, hold Select on a different album, and Insert Next. Then go back to the Buffering debug info - I see track count is now 19 (which is not the number of tracks on the different album)
00:44:07stripwaxIs that correct behaviour?
00:44:35Nico_Pcould be
00:44:37stripwaxI can't reproduce the playing-the-wrong-music behaviour on sim, but I can see that as soon as the current track finishes, then the entire rest of the playlist gets buffered in a one-er
00:44:37linuxstbgevaerts: I don't think there are enough endpoints to do that...
00:45:03stripwaxI imagine on-device that that won't work well
00:45:08Nico_Pah, it's not buffered when the playlist changes?
00:45:12stripwaxnope
00:45:17Nico_Pthat's not good
00:45:19stripwaxright
00:46:04gevaertslinuxstb: the rest of the code doesn't use HAVE_FLASH_STORAGE to differentiate between types. It either uses the cardinfo stuff or ata. cardinfo gets used if HAVE_HOTSWAP is defined.
00:46:06stripwaxIt looks like the real and usefl indicators drop back down to almost zero when i Insert Next. prior to that they were almost full
00:46:33stripwaxas if only the currently-playing track remains buffered, everything else gets zapped, and then it needs to buffer everything on the track change
00:46:56gevaertslinuxstb: if there are only enough endpoints for a single function we could still make it runtime-configurable.
00:47:20linuxstbgevaerts: Yes, I just noticed that. That doesn't seem logically correct (using HAVE_HOTSWAP), but will work for current targets.
00:47:30gevaertslinuxstb: anyway the first function is not fone yet, so it's still a bit hypothetical
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00:47:49Nico_Pstripwax: it makes sense for the existing buffered data to be flushed, but I don't really understand why no new data is then buffered
00:47:58jhMikeSNico_P: mcrr lets you do cache range operations in one instruction
00:47:58stripwaxbleh, it does it for Insert Last also. real and usefl drop to a very small number (compared to how much was buffered before)
00:48:08linuxstbgevaerts: Yes, I think the usb_serial driver works (to some extent), so we want to make it run-time configurable.
00:48:11Nico_PjhMikeS: and it's new to ARM11?
00:48:15stripwaxInsert Last should very much *not* flush the existing buffer
00:48:22stripwaxunless I'm missing something?
00:48:31Nico_Pstripwax: agreed, but the playback code doesn't know the diff
00:48:39Nico_Pto it, both are just "new playlist"
00:48:47stripwaxoh, ouch.
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00:49:06stripwaxit rebuffers the entire buffer whenever you add anything to the end of the playlist?
00:49:19Nico_Pwhenever you change the playlist
00:49:34gevaertslinuxstb: the cardinfo stuff is declared in hotswap.h, so following that logic HAVE_HOTSWAP is correct. However once a HD player with SD slot turns up we are in trouble
00:49:42linuxstbCan ipod users (with Linux) check their logs and let tell me what the line "scsi 24:0:0:0: Direct-Access Apple iPod 1.62 PQ: 0 ANSI: 0" looks like? Specifically, do you get "1.62" displayed, or another number?
00:49:54linuxstbgevaerts: Yes, or a flash-based target with no removable cards...
00:49:57stripwaxNico_P that's not ideal
00:50:36stripwaxWhat's the Track Count refer to (it certainly doesn't seem to be either the number of tracks buffered nor the number of tracks in the playlist)
00:51:12linuxstb(that request was for UMS with the OF, not the Rockbox UMS patch)
00:51:15Nico_Pindeed not. if that conforts you, it's not new to MoB. FS #8029 describes the same kind of issue.
00:51:24stripwaxNico_P - ta
00:51:37Nico_Pstripwax: it's the number of buffered tracks (according to playback.c)
00:51:42gevaertslinuxstb: I think the entire storage infrastructure should be reworked to support these combinations. It's done to some extent (i.e. by having the sansa code have an ata-lookalike interface), but it will have to be more dynamic at some point.
00:51:50stripwaxNico_P - hm, it can't be right
00:52:02Nico_Pi.e. the number of tracks for which metadata is loaded
00:52:11stripwaxoh, just the metadata? ok then
00:52:27Nico_Paudio is handles by buffering.c
00:52:37stripwaxwas comparing the Track Count to the amount of usefl data
00:52:51*gevaerts is afraid that his last remark might sound like volunteering...
00:53:21Nico_Pstripwax: usefl is also relative to where the read position is in the buffer
00:53:29 Quit ender` (" To get as fewest unhappy people as possible, always bully the same ones.")
00:53:32linuxstbgevaerts: That's what happens when you start something in Rockbox - it never ends...
00:53:46Nico_Pit's basically (readpos - writepos) % wrap
00:54:35gevaertslinuxstb: looks like it
00:54:35stripwaxany way to see what metadata has been buffered at any point in time?
00:55:19Nico_PI don't think so, but I'm also not sure I quite understand the question
00:55:44stripwaxNico_P - just wondering if I can get any sense why adding 11 tracks to a 23-track playlist changes the Track Count from 23 to 19 ..
00:56:45Nico_Pwell I guess your 23 tracks would fit in the buffer, and when you added the 11 tracks everything got rebuffered and only a total of 19 tracks could fit
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00:58:11stripwaxNico_P - that makes sense I suppose. Are you able to reproduce the nonbuffering problem?
00:58:18stripwaxof audio, that is
00:58:29Nico_Pstripwax: alloc and real can help you too on that. alloc is the spaced allocated, real is the space actually used
00:58:48Nico_PI've just seen the problem occur
00:58:50stripwaxalloc stays full, real drops very low
00:59:25Nico_Pyeah, the buffering thread just doesn't notice it needs to get working
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00:59:53stripwaxdoes stopping playback flush the buffer too? stopping playback doesn't seem to change Track Count, even though alloc drops to zero.
01:00
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01:00:55Nico_Pthat's probably because the variables that are used to calculate track_count aren't reset when you stop playback
01:01:01*Nico_P checks
01:02:10Nico_Pthe debug screen isn't really self-explanatory... it's most useful when you know the underlying code at least a bit
01:02:20stripwaxtrue
01:02:47Nico_Pthe buffering started just before the track change occured
01:02:53Nico_Pwhich is logical
01:04:44stripwaxnot sure I follow - so the buffering is ok?
01:05:23jhMikeSNico_P: jhmikes.cleansoap.org/DDI0211J_arm1136_r1p5_trm.pdf">http://jhmikes.cleansoap.org/DDI0211J_arm1136_r1p5_trm.pdf
01:05:23Nico_Pwell at least it's not completely broken. it's just that it doesn't take advantage of a spinning disk when it should
01:06:58Nico_Pa nice read :)
01:07:06stripwax- and disk will be spinning at that point, since user changed the playlist
01:07:18Nico_Pindeed
01:07:35Nico_Pthe playback thread should even have told the buffering thread to buffer some data
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01:10:26stripwaxDoes it wake the thread up?
01:10:53countrymonkeytesting
01:10:54stripwaxactually I don't know the buffering thread at all, so feel free to ignore that question :)
01:12:20Nico_Phmm in fact in that case there won't be a buffering request (for quite good reason)
01:13:04stripwaxwhy?
01:13:06Nico_Pand the disk activity detection code in the buffering thread is disabled
01:14:07Nico_Pthe func that loads a track from playback.c is audio_load_track. it has a boolean param (start_play) indicating whether that track will be played immediately or not. we only request buffering if start_play == true
01:14:23Nico_Pbecause we don't want to request buffering for every track we add
01:15:04stripwaxhowever playing a single track causes the entire album to be buffered
01:15:38gevaertslinuxstb: I uploaded a new patch with your changes integrated, and a few minor things. Tomorrow I'll start refactoring the usb stuff a bit to make it more flexible.
01:15:44linuxstbamiconn: Do you know if the PP has a serial number embedded, and if so, where it is?
01:16:05stripwaxI thought we would request buffering for all the next 'n' tracks until the buffer is full (but I assume that is not the case)
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01:16:28linuxstbgevaerts: Do you have any idea where the serial number is coming from that the Sansa OF is generating?
01:17:44jhMikeSlinuxstb: I think it's in the ROM somewhere
01:18:00Nico_Pgevaerts, linuxstb: maybe it would be good to commit the current patch before starting to refactor
01:18:21linuxstbjhMikeS: I didn't think there was a ROM on the Sansas?
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01:18:30jhMikeSlinuxstb: yes, it's an i2c rom
01:19:03Nico_Pstripwax: requesting buffering of a track aborts the current buffering and starts buffering the requested track, so if we request it for every track we add the first one won't have a chance to get buffered, and it's the most important one
01:19:09linuxstbCould someone dump it and compare with the USB serial ID?
01:19:59Nico_Pstripwax: but once the buffering thread starts buffering data, it'll go on util the buffer is full. it just needs a starter basically
01:20:15Nico_Pcurrent starters are an explicit request or a low buffer
01:20:42stripwaxNico_P - wouldn't the starter always be the currently-playing track? or is that the problem, there's no way to 'add' tracks to the buffer if something is already in there (because rebuffering would blow it away)?
01:21:43stripwaxi.e. Insert Next, Insert Last, etc would just rebuffer everything starting from the currently playing track
01:21:52Nico_Pstripwax: the problem here is the code at playback.c:1855 (in audio_load_track)
01:22:27Nico_Pplaylist events will trigger a rebuffer (i.e. readding all the tracks), but will never ask the buffering thread to buffer data
01:22:55Nico_PI think I have an idea though
01:23:16stripwaxNico_P - I have to head off now but will be reading logs with interest when I return :)
01:23:23stripwaxgnight
01:23:26Nico_Pgnight
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01:23:48*jhMikeS wonders why he calculated 534MHz when the S processor is supposed to be 532MHz.
01:25:09gevaertsNico_P: I don't mind comitting the current patch, but I'm not sure it's really needed. The refactoring I want to do is not terribly heavy, mostly moving stuff to different files and trying to get rid of some #ifdefs.
01:26:12pixelmaNico_P: logf.txt looks identical with a skipping and a normal folder (just playback.c enabled logf)
01:26:18gevaertsNico_P: but I wouldn't enable the usb storage stuff by default yet. I think it needs more testing my people who know what they are getting into
01:27:14Nico_Pgevaerts: it's your call, but it would be better not to commit a huge patch
01:27:41linuxstbThe speed is also an issue IMO - on ipods at least (where the OF disk mode is very convenient), I would still prefer to use it to the Rockbox UMS code. But we could always commit, but not enable.
01:28:53gevaertslinuxstb: I think enabling it now in official builds is madness, so as far as I'm concerned you don't need to worry about that.
01:30:00linuxstbgevaerts: BTW, when you copy a new rockbox.mi4 file, does Rockbox detect it, and prompt you to load it?
01:30:04Nico_Ppixelma: strange
01:30:06gevaertslinuxstb: yes
01:30:12linuxstbAnd it works?
01:30:12pixelmaNico_P: should I try enabling buffering.c too? Or playlist?
01:30:50Nico_Ppixelma: maybe in the playlist code, yes. but I don't even know whether there are logf messages in there
01:31:33gevaertsNico_P: I'll try to get a patch tomorror night that keeps it disabled with an easy-to-use #define to enable it. Hopefully by then I'll also have the sd card working in windows.
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01:31:47gevaertsNico_P: we can decide then whether to commit or not.
01:31:48Triple_7Hello
01:32:17gevaertslinuxstb: looks like it anyway.
01:33:12linuxstbgevaerts: OK. I haven't managed to get it to work on my ipod - with some #ifdef changes, it now does the detection, but it refuses to load it.
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01:34:12*gevaerts is going to sleep a bit earlier than on previous days today... tomorrow is a working day
01:36:02*amiconn wonders whether this code is faster than ipod G5/nano diskmode, or H10 UMS mode
01:37:12pixelmaNico_P: doesn't look like there is
01:37:23*gevaerts gets 300 to 450 kbps
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01:38:23amiconngevaerts: It's not the kbps - both G5/nano diskmode and H10 mus mode insert rather long pauses between files
01:38:54gevaertsamiconn: between files ? How do they do that ?
01:39:29amiconnIf you're copying a few large files, it's fast-ish (even a bit faster than fullspeed), but with many small files like when unzipping a rockbox build, it takes ages
01:39:48*gevaerts is considering if we can call our usb-resets a feature
01:39:55amiconnI don't know why that happens, but it's a fact, and annyoing
01:41:14gevaertsamiconn: is this on windows or linux ? It might be related to the 'removable' bit in the scsi inquiry data
01:41:22amiconnwindows
01:42:35amiconnBut it doesn't happen with other ipod's diskmode (e.g. my mini G2), or when booting into the OF and using its usb mode
01:43:28amiconnipod diskmode resides in flash rom, and is also called 'emergency diskmode'. On all ipods except G5 and Nano, it's as fast as the OF's usb mode
01:46:31linuxstbgevaerts: I've just compared the scsi inquiry data on my ipod, and there are two differences - 1) "version" is 0x00 [no conformance claimed] in Rockbox, 0x03 [SFC] in the OF; 2) Resp_data_format is 0 in Rockbox, 3 in the OF. Plus the OF includes a "Unit serial number", which I'm guessing is the disk's ID?
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01:47:15gevaertsamiconn: I would say it's a problem with the device_removable bit. Maybe there's a setting in the device manager to fix that
01:48:03linuxstbgevaerts: Plus one more - "RMB" is 1 in RB, 0 in the OF (I guess that's the device_removable bit you're talking about)...
01:48:38linuxstbSorry, reverse that - 1 in OF, 0 in RB...
01:49:08amiconnWhy does rockbox not set the removable bit?
01:49:12linuxstbIn fact, reverse it back...
01:49:24*linuxstb should go to sleep
01:50:05pixelmaNico_P: or do I have to let playback run till it stops at the end of playlist? I thought let it playing until it skips and stop would be enough
01:50:36Nico_Platter should be fine, yes
01:51:23pixelmathen there is no difference...
01:52:20gevaertsamiconn: what does it mean to be removable ? In SCSI terms I guess it means something like a cd or a floppy, so we should certainly set it for the sd card slot. But should we set the removable bit just because you can unplug the cable (I can also unplug my scsi disks, but they are not marked as removable...) ? I think it's not entirely clear
01:52:55rashergevaerts: Could it perhaps be intended originally for stuff like hot-swappable disks?
01:53:10gevaertslinuxstb: version should be 3. If not, it looks like you have something overwriting the inquiry data before it gets used.
01:53:17rasherIn which case the dap should certainly set it as well
01:53:30Nico_Ppixelma: maybe it's the codec that for some reason asks for the next track
01:53:52soapPS - Slashdot story on"Best Open Source License for Hardware" is eerie in its timing.
01:54:08linuxstbgevaerts: It is 3 - I got very confused over which output was which... Here it is - http://www.pastebin.ca/899294
01:54:14rashersoap: surprisingly light on details though
01:54:32scorche|shsoap: the slashdot slime is gaining sentience
01:55:21gevaertsrasher: The thing is that windows uses that bit to decide whether writes should be synchronous, so setting it means being a lot slower (but users don't have to choose "safe remove")
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01:56:49rashergevaerts: Ah, so I take it the OF (of Sansa at least) don't set it?
01:57:12gevaertslinuxstb: I had that problem earlier today. inquiry got overwritten by the create_thread in usb_core.c (it was ok ust before the call and had zeroes just after and at the first line of the thread itself)
01:57:57pixelmaNico_P: repeated the test with enabled logf in buffering.c too, in a skipping folder I get: "bunch of bufclose", then "releasing all tracks", then another bunch of "bufclose", then "clearing tracks:3/8,0" "Codec finished". The line below shows the path to the folder, I can paste the complete output if you want but wanted to make a test run with a working folder too before.
01:58:12gevaertsrasher: I think the sansa sets it, but on a flash device the effect is a lot different than on a disk, since you don't have huge seek times
01:58:30jhMikeSgevaerts: say more.
01:58:34Nico_Ppixelma: ok, thanks :)
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01:59:35saratogathe AS chip on th epp5024 actually has 128 bits of memory for storing serial numbers or encryption keys
01:59:48saratogaso the sansas could get it from there, though i really doubt it
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02:00:06jhMikeSsaratoga: the fuse array might be the place for it
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02:00:18pixelmaNico_P: does that already give you an idea?
02:00:19*jhMikeS forgot about that
02:00:43Nico_Ppixelma: not really, no
02:00:59pixelmaok
02:01:08Nico_Pwell actually "codec finished" is very weird
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02:02:15crzyboysterNico_P: What font does the new gigabeat cabbiev2 use? helvR10 or helvr12? And can I have the actual wps?
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02:02:46Nico_PhelvR12. sure you can have it
02:03:36crzyboysterDid you make it by modifying the wps in SVN right now?
02:03:43gevaertsjhMikeS: about the seek times or about the thread issue (I guess the thread) ? I noticed that one of the static structs (_inquiry) in usb_storage got half-zeroed, and it seems to happen in this create_thread call. It doesn't happen any more in the latest version of the patch because I re-initialize _inquiry everytime I need it (for unrelated reasons). It happens in v5 of the patch, but in that one I moved the declarations around to make t
02:03:46Nico_Pcrzyboyster: just a sec though, I need to finish something
02:03:58Nico_Pcrzyboyster: I made it some time ago by changing the one in SVN
02:04:48*gevaerts thought he mean it when he said he was going to sleep earlier...
02:04:59gevaerts*meant
02:05:19Nico_Pinteresting. audio_flush_and_reload_tracks() gets called twice when I use playlist > insert
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02:05:48jhMikeSgevaerts: it wasn't the thread doing it when it started to run?
02:06:34gevaertsjhMikeS: no. I checked the values at the first line of the thread.
02:07:11pixelmaNico_P: should I add it the two files to the tracker entry once I hae them both (shouldn't be too long) or do you prefer something else?
02:07:46crzyboysterNico_P: Post it up onto the forum thread and I will rename and upload to patch tracker. And what files were modified?
02:07:58jhMikeShmmm...perhaps a stack init problem though I'd expect 0xdeadbeef to be seen then
02:08:31gevaertsjhMikeS: yes, that's what I thought as well. It was zeroes though
02:09:00Nico_Pstripwax: I have a patch that improves things (has a couple drawbacks though): http://pastebin.ca/899310
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02:09:34jhMikeSgevearts: anything using UNCACHED_ADDR must also be cache aligned and padded
02:09:36Nico_Ppixelma: yes, add them to the tracker. I probably won't have time to look this evening. it's already very late and I need to go to bed
02:09:48pixelmame too
02:10:30Nico_Pcrzyboyster: no need to add it to the tracker. if it's agreed on I'll commit
02:10:58jhMikeSgevearts: that's an out of the blue guess since it's sounds like that sort of thing to me
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02:11:17gevaertsjhMikeS: cache aligned means 32 bytes ?
02:11:21*DerPapst is still reading though the logs
02:11:32DerPapstlinuxstb: 1.62 iirc
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02:12:57crzyboysterAre all the files named properly? And I have no problem against Nico_P's version (though I don't own a gigabeat)...
02:13:58linuxstbDerPapst: That's a 5.5g?
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02:14:16DerPapstyes
02:14:27DerPapstdon't know about my 3G though
02:14:30linuxstbDerPapst: Thanks. So it's the same values for a Nano, ipod Color, 5g and 5.5g
02:14:43gevaertsjhMikeS: I think I'll drop those UNCACHED_ADDR pointers from anything that's not performance critical, and just memcpy the data to the transfer_buffer first. That should be safe I guess.
02:14:49jhMikeSgevearts: theres some macros defined for that
02:14:56*DerPapst continues reading the logs
02:15:06linuxstbDerPapst: That doesn't matter, the USB stack doesn't work on the 3G (this is to mimic the values the OF gives)
02:15:21jhMikeSgevearts: UNCACHED_ADDR is only really needed for the peripheral I/O to avoid constant flush/invalidate calls
02:15:50Nico_Pcrzyboyster: here is the patch: http://pastebin.ca/899319. You'll also need http://nicolas.pennequin.free.fr/rockbox/wpsbackdrop-240x320x16.bmp
02:16:28gevaertsjhMikeS: the addresses I'm using it for are sent directly to the USB controller.
02:17:23jhMikeSit reads the memory regions to send as packets?
02:17:30gevaertsjhMikeS: yes
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02:19:17crzyboysterSo all the other bitmaps weren't edited? And the menu backdrop stays the same?
02:19:22Nico_Pyes
02:19:26jhMikeSsee firmware/export/system.h starting at line 232
02:21:45crzyboysterNico_P: Is it possible that you could make a new menu backdrop that is 32 bit (just generate from photoshop file)?
02:22:32Nico_Pcrzyboyster: I don't have the photoshop files, and why would a new menu backdrop be needed?
02:23:27gevaertsjhMikeS: thanks. I'll look at it in more detail tomorrow. I really need some sleep now
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02:25:25crzyboysterBecause the wps backdrop is 32 bit. I will generate one myself, I have the psd. And why is the wps formatting so confusing on the patch/pastebin you posted? What am I supposed to do with it? I usually just post the modified files to the tracker in a zip
02:25:52DerPapstlinuxstb: the unit serial number is the serial of the entire iPod. it's engraved into the back of your iPod.
02:26:19DerPapstit changes if you replace the mainboard of the iPod.
02:26:20Nico_Pcrzyboyster: it's a patch. see http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/WorkingWithPatches
02:26:35pixelmaNico_P: humm, I somehow managed to get no buffering messages in the logf.txt with a "normal" folder (should be the same build)... I should probably get some sleep first... :\
02:26:51pixelmacrzyboyster: why is the wpsbackdrop 32-bit?
02:26:55Nico_Ppixelma: me too :)
02:27:01Nico_Pthere's no rush
02:27:13linuxstbDerPapst: So it is...
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02:28:34linuxstbDerPapst: It's appears to be in the flash ROM - offset 0x201c (0x401c on the 5g)...
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02:28:58crazy_busdo I have bad mp3's and ogg vorbis files or does rockbox usually have trouble resuming some longer files from bookmarks (it goes to the start of the file and does other things)
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02:30:18DerPapstlinuxstb: :-)
02:30:55crzyboysterI have no clue why the wpsbackdrop is 32 bit... and do I just submit the patch file along with the new wps backdrop (make it 24 bit first?) to the patch tracker?
02:31:07crzyboysterIn the cabbie 2.0 entry?
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02:34:21rasherlinuxstb: what's involved in looking for the sansa serial? Dumping the rom and looking through it, and how difficult is the dumping?
02:34:37linuxstbe200tool will dump the i2c rom - but I don't know if it's there.
02:35:11linuxstb(I think e200tool will...)
02:35:29*rasher looks into e200tool
02:36:49linuxstbe200tool i2cdump dumpfile.bin
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02:42:26rasherI seem to be doing something wrong
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02:45:46linuxstbBTW, I seem to recall that dumping the i2c rom is very slow.
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02:46:50rasherI simply get "Searching for device 6666:e200 ... 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 not found!"
02:47:54linuxstbAre you root?
02:48:07*rasher slaps forehead
02:48:31DerPapsthehehe
02:48:48countrymonkeyI would like to do a japanese lang update. In order for this to happen, 8576 must be committed. Could that happen?
02:50:37rashercountrymonkey: Do you speak Japanese natively?
02:50:46rasherAnd please stop using notepad...
02:51:02countrymonkeynear natively.
02:51:24rasherWhat does that mean?
02:51:39countrymonkeyand how about using notepad to edit and then running the documents through notepad2 (file->open and file->save as)
02:51:59countrymonkeythat means I can carry on long conversations no trouble at all
02:52:10DerPapsthe speaks as good japanese as i speak english? :-P
02:52:14rashercountrymonkey: I don't really care how you achieve it, but all your patches have BOMs in them
02:52:57rashercountrymonkey: I can carry conversations in English, but I still wouldn't dream of claiming I can translate Danish to English to any useful degree
02:53:01countrymonkeyYou're right, derPapst.
02:53:25rasherMeanwhile, e200tool is still failing for me. Is "manufacturer mode" supposed to be a black screen?
02:53:38alienbiker99what time zone is the website set to?
02:53:40soapwhy use notepad to edit? Notepad2 is soo nice.
02:53:50soapGMT +1 isn't it, alienbiker99?
02:53:51rasheralienbiker99: some parts are UTC, some parts are Sweden-time
02:53:56DerPapstcountrymonkey: don't underestimate how bad my english is :-D
02:54:02countrymonkeyI have been using notepad as long as I have had windows!
02:54:16alienbiker99do you know what the svn is in?
02:54:21rashercountrymonkey: That's not really an excuse. It makes a mess of the files, and it's annoying.
02:54:47krazykitrasher, yeah, it's supposed to be a black screen
02:55:01DerPapstand it doesn't have syntax highlightning and stuff
02:55:16linuxstbrasher: I'm not sure... You can tell if you're in manufacturer mode by the lsusb output - it should be 0x7821:0x0720 (changing to 0x6666:0xe200 when e200tool uploads the ARM application to the device, and that takes over the USB connection).
02:55:19countrymonkeyalienbiker99: What do you mean?
02:55:37alienbiker99what time zone the svn is in
02:55:50countrymonkeygmt
02:55:53DerPapstthe server hosting svn should be gmt+1 too
02:55:58countrymonkeyI think
02:56:00DerPapstoh..
02:56:02DerPapstnvm then
02:56:02rasherlinuxstb: I don't even seem to get a usb device
02:56:40countrymonkeyno wonder!
02:57:09countrymonkeyWhat does nvm mean?
02:57:33alienbiker99nevermind
02:58:00krazykitDerPapst, which is why we don't use internet abbreviations like that ;)
02:58:22soapcountrymonkey, it is obvious you haven't even tried the notepad replacements pointed out to you last night. Notepad2 will cause you no grief.
02:58:30DerPapsti thought there is this cool irc lingo wiki page.
02:58:41soapyou might even dig its contextual colouring.
02:58:41DerPapstand i also though nvm is quiet common
02:58:54countrymonkeyI tried it, (notepad2 at least) I don't like it very much.
02:59:33soapwhat about it don't you like? I can't think of what notepad features it doesn't replicate perfectly. What it adds is pretty non-obtrusive.
02:59:36*DerPapst normally doesn't use much abbreviations
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03:00:12countrymonkeyThe line is "DerPapst normally doesn't use many abbreviations
03:00:37countrymonkeyThe line numbering annoys me
03:00:44soapyou can turn that off.
03:01:02rashercountrymonkey: Use whatever you like, just don't use plain notepad.
03:01:04DerPapstsee? that's what i meant :-P
03:01:07krazykitcountrymonkey, maybe you should try metapad. it's essentially identical to notepad with regards to notepad.
03:01:10countrymonkeyI havn't found that feature.
03:01:22*DerPapst can't live without line numbering anymore...
03:01:35linuxstbemacs!
03:01:57countrymonkeyoh, well, notepad2 it is
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03:03:43rasherSo why am I not getting a usb device in lsusb when entering manufacturer mode? I turn hold on, hold down select, plug usb and the wheel lights up - a few messages in dmesg, but no device in lsusb. Any ideas?
03:04:51countrymonkeyAnd on this channel, do y'all consider :), :P, :->, and other such symbols as abreviations?
03:05:37krazykitno, those are smileys.
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03:08:38DerPapstGood night all.
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03:10:47countrymonkeyI wonder what that quit message means...
03:10:58linuxstbGoogle it...
03:10:58cool_walking_Are you serious?
03:11:02rasherIt means DerPapst is a dolphin.
03:11:06*karashata chuckles
03:11:27countrymonkeygood one, rasher, but dolphins don't irc.
03:11:45linuxstbcountrymonkey: How do you know?
03:12:11cool_walking_Yeah... there are a lot of undersea internet cables
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03:12:53countrymonkeyunder water computers? I wish! (I mean client comps)
03:13:20krazykitfun as h2g2 is, it isn't on topic.
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03:54:13GrooveStixhey people, any HDD or Gigabeat experts here?
03:57:06GrooveStixor anyone in between?
03:57:33aliaskWhich gigabeat?
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03:58:57aliaskAnd you're much more likely to get a response if you just ask your question straight off...
03:59:34krazykitnot to mention that that's part of the guidelines
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04:00:45GrooveStixhaha
04:00:49GrooveStixsorry
04:01:54GrooveStixmy hdd seems to be damaged, and I was wondering if I can use 20GB hdd (MK2004GAL) on my Gigabeat F10 model
04:03:03aliaskShouldn't be a problem.
04:03:26rockoI was riding my bike all day in the snow + 45 mile an hour wind
04:03:40rockomy ipod turned off, and when I got home it turned back on
04:03:50rockowhat's the operating temps for the ipod
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04:03:59aliaskGrooveStix: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/HardDriveReplacement
04:04:09GrooveStixoh I was about to paste that
04:05:23GrooveStixbut maybe I am missing something, since I wasn't able to find anything explicitly stated about my predicament
04:06:15GrooveStixall I am getting is that they are similar HDD
04:06:18GrooveStixs
04:06:34aliaskGrooveStix: Well, it's the same physical size, and uses the same connection. So yes - they are compatible.
04:07:23GrooveStixI see, thanks a lot. in meantime, has anyone experienced a screeching HDD ?
04:08:00GrooveStixI think just a small section of my HDD is damaged and I can tell that it's damaged towards the end
04:08:37GrooveStixbecause I can put around 7.5GB (on my 10GB) player and works just fine
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04:09:27GrooveStixwhen I start filling the remainder I get this noise and the coping process freezes, and I can hear this terrible screeching sound from inside
04:10:29GrooveStix(not that that terrible, I am being dramatic.)
04:10:34GrooveStix:)
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04:11:21webguest96whats up everyone
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04:22:24ApollonovichAre there any technical reasons why attaching an external usb/firewire drive to an ipod would not work/has anyone tried such a thing?
04:23:47ApollonovichI admit I haven't yet looked at the rockbox code; nonetheless, if there is anyone here who is interested in such a thing and feels capable of working on it, I am willing and able to write firewire support code to try to make it happen.
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04:25:32saratogatheres no USB support at all right now
04:25:50saratogaand if you add todays USB patch, you'd still be missing USB host functionality
04:25:55saratoga(for ipods)
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04:27:35Apollonovichthat's fair. I'm assuming that a)firewire does not separate into host/non-host controllers and b)ipods may not even have host functionality in hardware?
04:27:48Apollonovichbased on these assumptions, I was aiming to do it in firewire.
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04:28:03Apollonovichif the ipod has usb host hardware capability, perhaps that'd be more sensible.
04:28:41Apollonovichsaratoga: are you aware of what hardware limiations do/don't exist in this vein?
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04:35:25saratogaApollonovich: I don't know about firewire, but the USB is pure software, so i think it can be programmed to do whatever
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04:37:35Apollonovichcool. I'm setting up my build environment now. I'll poke around with it a bit, perhaps be back in a few days with new questions. if I do anything interesting, I'll be sure to post patches.
04:39:17Apollonovichthe firewire does intrigue me, though. I've never worked directly with it, but I assume it's more complex, since it took awhile for linux to have good support and windows still has a few bugs afaik. that being said, for the 1st 3 gen's of ipods, it appears to be the "natural" state.
04:40:02ApollonovichI assume there's no legal reason I couldn't look at the linux kernel for hints as to how to implement firewire code?
04:40:21saratogalinux is fine, its GPL, but it probably won't help you
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04:46:45saratogaApollonovich: looking at the wiki, theres a datasheet for the ipod's firewire controller
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04:47:03saratogathat and the USB patch would probably be the best places to look
04:48:37Apollonovichwill do. much appreciated.
04:49:03Apollonovichthat there's a datasheet for the controller is nice. that at least means it's doable.
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04:56:17t0pGuNis there a way to remove files directly from my f10 like in the original os?
04:57:19krazykitthat'd be covered in the manual
04:57:26t0pGuNwheres the manual
04:57:36krazykitlinked from every page on rockbox.org
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04:59:20t0pGuNgreat thanks :D
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05:02:29JdGordonSlasheri: did anything end up happening with the runtime data patch?
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05:09:13t0pGuNummm this might sound like a stupid question, but whats the "long select"
05:09:15t0pGuNbutton
05:10:19scorchea long press on the select button
05:11:04t0pGuNwooooo ballin new menu ive never seen before :)
05:11:36JdGordonanyone around with a hard disk target that uses the database and has "enable runtime data" enabled?
05:12:35t0pGuNthanks :)
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05:15:04*JdGordon wonders if lostlogic would get pissed if i tested a build on his ipod :p
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05:21:34scorchebackup the .rockbox folder and he will never know...
05:21:41scorchewait a second...you test?
05:22:39JdGordonno one else is around to bloody test this
05:22:44JdGordonand its a farking bug fix!
05:23:04JdGordon8565 if you got a min
05:23:41*scorche is eating and ignores JdGordon
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05:50:31JdGordonFUCK disk mode is slow on the video!
05:58:45LloreanI do believe it's slower on the Nano.
05:59:39JdGordonand builindg the db with a full hard disk isnt fun either :(
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06:06:13LloreanWe definitely need a fast, host-side DB tool working again
06:06:37JdGordon:( damn patch doesnt work
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06:08:49dannymillyay
06:09:38midgeyJdGordon: is this an attempt at fixing 8442?
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06:11:19dannymillif i have an ipod video with movies already on it, where do i got to watch them on rockbox?
06:12:13midgeyvideos that play in the apple firmware don't work in rockbox
06:12:44dannymillic
06:13:01dannymilljust have to use ipod's firmware then
06:13:21midgeyLlorean: i was just checking out the forum and it seems i'm in the member group but i have a dev badge
06:13:52midgeyi.e. i'm not on this page http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?action=staff
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06:15:16JdGordonfuck, Slasheri... what arnt you telling me about the database syncing???
06:15:52replixwhen i choose "h4rdc0r3 linux" theme on my sansa e250, the playing screen does not look how it should
06:16:14replixthere's so byaaa-tux and the picture stuff
06:16:16Lloreanmidgey: Someone other than me must've given you the dev badge.
06:16:22LloreanThey set it as a secondary member group, instead of your primary
06:16:53midgeyi see, i just noticed it so it's been like that for a while
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06:18:19midgeyreplix: do you have the font package installed?
06:18:36replixyes, how to tell?
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06:20:01midgeygo to Settings > Theme Settings > Browse Fonts
06:20:14replixinstalled
06:20:26replixdoesn't work, it was already installed
06:20:30midgeywhat looks wrong about the theme?
06:21:08midgeyLlorean: out of curiosity, how difficult would it be to change my forum name to match my irc name?
06:21:16replixthere are only the titles and the album displayed
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06:24:44JdGordondoes anyone have a bunhc of 30s tracks I can get my grubby hands on?
06:24:51dannymill000nah
06:25:40dannymill000why is it that when i downloaded rockbox, it came with pacman but i cant run it
06:25:46dannymill000?
06:25:55JdGordonbecause you didnt read the manual
06:26:09dannymill000>.<
06:26:24dannymill000well i found where to get the wads and what not for doom
06:26:26Lloreanmidgey: Cake
06:26:38dannymill000i just dont know where pacman is
06:26:44Lloreanmidgey: Uppercase or lowercase M?
06:26:51midgeylowercase is good
06:26:51LloreanYour login name will remain the same, though.
06:27:06LloreanIt merely changes what is displayed.
06:27:09midgeythats fine, i'll remember it
06:27:13LloreanOkay, done
06:27:20midgeythanks
06:27:21*dannymill000 runs through the manual...
06:28:20midgeydannymill000: pacman roms are found in the pacman arcade machine. legally you have to dump it yourself and we won't help you break copyright law
06:28:46dannymill000ok
06:28:49dannymill000thanks midgey
06:30:26JdGordon... there is definatly some other disk writing going on between tracks
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06:38:19*JdGordon gives up
06:40:10midgeydoes gather runtime even work at all right now? FS #8529 seems to suggest its completely broken
06:42:26JdGordonI dunno, I dont use the db usually
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06:43:26*JdGordon doesnt see how the updating is supposed to happen....
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06:44:51JdGordonhmm.... I may have found the problem
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06:45:58JdGordontagcache_get_numeric() I'm guessing reads from the disk on the buffer event which is why the disk is spining at the unbuffer event (or vice verca.. doesnt matter either way.. the disk is spining very shortly after unbuffer)
06:46:11*JdGordon enables ramcache to find out
06:49:53JdGordonramcache doesnt help!
06:53:39*JdGordon wants nico_P to magically appear :p
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07:02:47JdGordonI'm wrong :'(
07:05:00TiMiD[FD]I hate recompiling my own bootloader ...
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07:10:41JdGordondoes close() cause a spin up if the file was only opened rdonly?
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07:13:50JdGordondoesnt look like it
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07:39:16lostlogicJdGordon: what were you testin' on my IPV?
07:39:35JdGordontrying to fix 8529
07:39:46JdGordonruntime data causes spinup for every track
07:40:48lostlogicah, runtime data bugs −− the kind I don't fixor :-P
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08:06:11SlasheriJdGordon: the db shouldn't get updated directly on unbuffer event
08:07:05SlasheriJdGordon: so there isn't immediate access to disk unless there is a bug somewhere
08:07:26Slasherithe access should happen when the queue gets ran
08:07:29TiMiD[FD]Slasheri: I saw in the irc logs that you know quite well about the h100's bootloader and flashing procedure
08:07:57TiMiD[FD]is it safe to comment the detect_valid_bootloader ?
08:08:09TiMiD[FD]I use a custom bootloader ... (based on the last svn)
08:09:17SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: for h100/h115 ?
08:09:53Slasherii already realeased the tested svn version of the h120 version but not the h100 version yet
08:10:12TiMiD[FD]h140 yes
08:10:23Slasherihmm, you did some modifications to the code?
08:10:32TiMiD[FD]I want to try rockbox in flash (rombox)
08:10:44TiMiD[FD]I disabled an ata check on the bootloader
08:10:51Slasheriwhy?
08:11:17TiMiD[FD]works fine (had to do that since the first versions of the rb bootloader to make it work with my player)
08:11:33Slasherihmm, interesting
08:11:36TiMiD[FD]if I don't do that, the booloader fails
08:11:42TiMiD[FD]ata error -32
08:12:00LinusNTiMiD[FD]: it was a water accident, wasn't it?
08:12:02Slasheriso you removed that ata_init() line?
08:12:10TiMiD[FD]on the other hand the same code just works fine in daly builds
08:12:14TiMiD[FD]ah no
08:13:04TiMiD[FD]I commented the call to "check_registers" in the "init_and_check" function in ata.c
08:13:16TiMiD[FD]LinusN: no
08:13:17SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: you could try flashing the released 7pre4 version and immediately after that rombox and rockbox.iriver
08:13:24TiMiD[FD]that was the other guy's case
08:13:26TiMiD[FD]not mine
08:13:33LinusNah
08:13:34TiMiD[FD]mine never got wet :)
08:13:35Slasheriif bootloader fails to load from disk, you could load the version from flash
08:13:52Slasherihehe
08:14:05Slasheriah that is the "water accident" :)
08:14:30TiMiD[FD]Slasheri: already tried the 7pre4 vanilla bootloader, failed the same way on my player so I made the modification and flashed the new bootloader
08:14:32JdGordonSlasheri: yeah, i tried figuring out what it was, but ailed
08:15:01TiMiD[FD]I wonder what's wrong with my player though
08:15:16SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: interesting. well, you can disable the bootloader check and then just flash it
08:15:20TiMiD[FD]I mean the hdd seems perfectly fine, on it's 3rd year
08:15:22Slasherijust make sure you have the right file
08:15:27TiMiD[FD]ok
08:15:51TiMiD[FD]just to make sure it won't fail from some obscure reasons
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08:16:11XavierGrSlasheri: I tested your bootloader.iriver file, it works okay, so I guess you can continue on releasing bootloader version 7
08:16:25XavierGrSlasheri: checksums worked nice too
08:16:45TiMiD[FD]btw how do you generate the crc32 checksums ?
08:17:17TiMiD[FD]I tried to include my checksum in the plugin's table but it failed
08:17:22SlasheriXavierGr: great, i will then upload that to the wiki too
08:17:31SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: i can send you the program to do that
08:17:39pondlifejhMikeS: Any further info on "11.50.19 # <jhMikeS> one piece of nastiness in ata.c is sleeping while holding a mutex :\" ?
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08:17:52TiMiD[FD]Slasheri: i could try with your program
08:18:15TiMiD[FD]I tried with cksvf under linux
08:18:32TiMiD[FD]is it the bootloader.bin file that you have to check ?
08:18:37SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: now you have it :)
08:18:43Slasherino, rockbox.iriver
08:18:51Slasheriyou need to rename that to bootloader.iriver
08:19:04Slasheriso then we have a dual checksum
08:19:10Slasherione simple and one complex
08:19:27Slasherithat simple one including the model number too
08:19:40TiMiD[FD]ok
08:20:22TiMiD[FD]well I patched my ihp_120.hex file with bootloader.bin so I thought it was that file
08:21:14pondlifeDoes mutex_lock() always block until it obtains the mutex?
08:21:36TiMiD[FD]thanks for your program
08:21:39TiMiD[FD]I'm testing
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08:21:55JdGordonSlasheri: I'm thinking about commiting the patch anyway incase it does make it easy to find the actual bug...
08:22:53TiMiD[FD]nice works
08:23:25TiMiD[FD]so I guess that once it's flashed I'll have to cross my fingers and reboot ...
08:23:49TiMiD[FD]is it ok just to flash the ram image or should I also flash the rom one ?
08:24:55TiMiD[FD]well booted without any problem
08:25:04*JdGordon vents his frsutration at the less than brilliant event callback system in playback.c
08:25:54SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: that is a correct way also
08:26:11SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: .iriver file just has additional header information
08:26:36TiMiD[FD]hmm
08:26:50TiMiD[FD]I get a "Aborting: Read failure" when trying to flash rombox.iriver
08:27:46TiMiD[FD]weird
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08:28:39TiMiD[FD]that would mean that the length reported by rb->filesize() differs from the one actually read
08:28:59Slasherireally interesting
08:29:03Slasherithat should never happen
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08:29:18LinusNpondlife: yes
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08:30:14TiMiD[FD]Slasheri: yes but I'm a guy with a very high failure rate when it comes to hardware ...
08:30:16pondlifeThanks
08:31:40TiMiD[FD]Slasheri: by the way, the bootmenu is always showing up (at every reboot), is there anything to tweak in the source like EEPROM setting ?
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08:32:41TiMiD[FD]ah found it ... a press on record to switch the default boot
08:34:48Slasheriyep :)
08:34:53TiMiD[FD]the ram image works like a charm :)
08:34:57Slasherigreat
08:35:04jhMikeSpondlife: no further info
08:35:35TiMiD[FD]but I don't get what's wrong with the rombox flash ..
08:35:37pondlifeI mean, where is is sleeping with a mutex held? I may be missing the obvious... ;)
08:35:47pondlifes/is is/is it
08:36:00jhMikeSata_power_on
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08:36:51pondlifeAargh, I see...
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08:37:22jhMikeSnot a biggie. I've got a little change after I hit the enter key here (increase that thread's priority)
08:37:51pondlifeI'd think that the mutex handling should occur only inside the ata_...() routines anyway, no?
08:37:54jhMikeSalso important for idle callbacks
08:38:05pondlifeAh, ata_power_on is static anyway, so maybe just not named well
08:38:36jhMikeSI think things were written to avoid reentering locks but it's not an issue now
08:38:42amiconnjhMikeS: What's the problem with holding the mutex in case of spinup? I would think that's even necessary
08:39:13amiconnAnd spinup takes a while, hence sleeping is a good idea as well
08:39:52*amiconn wants to understand why that could be a problem
08:40:13jhMikeSI don't think it is a problem. It's not even in a critical place since it only happens on USB plug.
08:41:28amiconnHmm? If I am not missing something, the ata functions always sleep during spinup, and also hold the mutex in that case
08:41:59amiconnAh, now I understand, you mean the ata *thread*
08:42:22jhMikeSyeah
08:42:50amiconnIn fact that may be the problem which cause the occasional freeze-on-usb-plug instead of reboot to diskmode on PP targets
08:43:36amiconnThis is something I want to change anyway - the serialisation of things during shutdown, transition to/from usb etc
08:43:42jhMikeSI'm thinking through having the priority implementation more thorough which would make it all irrelevant
08:44:16TiMiD[FD]Slasheri: wwoops I've got an explanation for that error I think ... it seems that my fat is broken
08:44:45amiconnRight now, these things are messy, preventing the implementation of suspend on 1st+2nd Gen
08:45:59jhMikeSpriority inheritance (thread holding lock gets boosted to highest priority waiting) or another scheme must exist or inversions will happen
08:46:29amiconnThe mentioned transitions need to be serialised properly
08:47:02amiconnRight now all threads receive e.g. the usb insertion event, and try to do their housekeeping, racing against the others
08:47:44amiconnShutdown is even more messy - it all happens in a single thread, "seizing" operation from the dedicated threads
08:49:44TiMiD[FD]Slasheri: ok it was that, a fsck fixed it:)
08:50:22jhMikeSamiconn: not sure what you mean by racing. the acking should prevent that.
08:51:10SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: hehe, great :)
08:51:38amiconnIt prevents that the system enters usb before all threads are done - but it does not prevent that the ata thread finishes its housekeeping before other threads
08:51:47amiconnAnd that's bad...
08:57:53jhMikeSthen ata should be given the message once all acks have happened
08:58:18amiconnyes
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09:00:01amiconnBut since this rework will cause the threads to process several transition events instead of just one (usb) right now, keeping the simple broadcast-and-expect-acknowledge-from-all
09:00:03jhMikeSin other words it should ignore SYS_USB_CONNECTED and have its own message and probably not even be public
09:00:14amiconn-threads mechanism is not optimal
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09:01:37amiconnOnly the threads "interested" in transitions (because they need to do something) should have to ack. That will save quite some case:s in the other threads
09:03:16jhMikeSkeep ata out of the broadcast and send SYS_USB_CONNECTED from elsewhere after all acks
09:04:35amiconnThen it's no longer a broadcast
09:04:53amiconnMy idea is some kind of registration mechanism for critical events
09:05:53jhMikeSsure it's a broadcast to all registered queues
09:06:01LinusNamiconn: how do we define "save the resume point" as a critical event?
09:06:28LinusNthe playback thread would have a permanent registration
09:06:39amiconnYes, of course
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09:07:07amiconnA few threads need to register for events, and that registration will be permanent in most (all?) cases
09:07:20amiconnBut not all threads are interested in the same events
09:07:41amiconnE.g. playback needs both USB_CONNECTED and SHUTDOWN resp. SUSPEND
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09:07:53amiconnBacklight *only* needs to register for SUSPEND
09:08:05jhMikeSThey just ignore posts they don't care about though so it's no big deal
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09:08:47amiconnThey cannot just ignore them, they have to acknowledge them, unless such a registration scheme is implemented
09:09:05LinusNthat is true for usb
09:09:09jhMikeSones that should be acked
09:09:15amiconnLinusN: Yes, right now
09:09:27amiconnLatzer there will be 2, 3, or even more such critical events
09:09:27LinusNhmmm, i guess suspend must be acked as well
09:09:39GodEaterNico_P: I've just tried out FS8260 as you requested, and it's still not a fix really
09:10:07amiconnAnd I don't want *each* thread to have to acknowledge all of them, if it doesn't need to do something
09:10:46amiconnLinusN: Yes, of course. For suspend it's even more important, e.g. it's something that needs to be acked by the backlight thread
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09:11:09amiconnBacklight *must* be switched off before suspend, but not before shutdown or usb
09:11:42LinusNi still don't see why it is such a problem to have to ack messages you don't care about
09:12:02LinusNwe could even implement a default handler that does that
09:12:19LinusNi am not that fond of registration mechanisms
09:12:24jhMikeSI guess some acks would block others wouldn't or shouldn't for some .... hmmm
09:12:43LinusNwas that english?
09:13:05jhMikeSI'm pretty sure :)
09:13:08LinusN:-)
09:13:18jhMikeSbtw, you're probably not fond of mpegplayer then :)
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09:23:12amiconnLinusN: The problem is that each and every thread would have to handle these events -> extra code
09:23:53peturregistration code would also mean extra code + memory to store
09:23:56amiconnPlus you can't easily control the order in which things happen
09:24:07peturhow many threads have we, anyway?
09:24:25jhMikeSa priority code
09:24:26amiconnDepends on the target
09:24:47peturamiconn: the order of things could be an issue, yes
09:25:50amiconnThe "registration" can be fairly static
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09:39:05LinusNamiconn: that extra code would be a call to the default handler in the default: case
09:39:33LinusNi think that wouldn't be more code than the registration handling would be
09:41:16amiconnMaybe, but it's more error prone imho
09:41:50amiconnForget that call in a single place (in a thread that doesn't need to care about those events), and the system misbehaves.
09:42:37peturthat is the same for USB... maybe less detectable
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09:45:19Nico_PGodEater: it's not?
09:45:52GodEaterNico_P: no - if I put all my settings back to the way they were when I first noticed the issue, I still get pretty bad performance audio wise
09:46:05GodEaterand it takes about 2 minutes for playback to start when I power on
09:46:10GodEaterWPS still doesn't update
09:46:12Nico_Phmm. then could you try the patch above it?
09:46:15GodEateretc. etc.
09:46:18GodEaterok
09:46:22Nico_Pyou'll need to up to an older svn rev
09:46:30GodEaterhow old ?
09:46:43Nico_Pthe power management commit broke the patch
09:47:12Nico_Pso up to r16258
09:47:36GodEaterinclusive ?
09:47:39Nico_Pyes
09:47:49Nico_Pthe power management was r16259
09:48:09LinusNamiconn: that's true, but how do you handle the registration? callbacks? what if the work-to-be-done has to be done in the thread that registered it?
09:48:20GodEaterNico_P: ok - grabbing it now
09:48:24GodEaterbrb
09:49:02LinusNyou still have to include handling of the events you registered to
09:50:33LinusNbut i agree that it is probably easier to remember to handle events you want than those you don't want
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09:56:44GodEaterNico_P: just to be clear, you want me to try the patch named : "revert_r15444.patch", not "revert_r15444_sync.patch", and it's to be applied against r16258 ?
09:56:48Nico_PI find it ironic that someone submitted work I made on the tracker when I'm a committer
09:57:08Nico_PGodEater: exactly. someone said that one fixed the problem
09:57:24Nico_Pif it does for you too, then the issue comes from the tiny diff between the patches
09:58:04GodEaterok - building now
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10:01:40*GodEater takes his life in his hands and uses RB UMS mode to upload the new build :)
10:04:10GodEaterstill getting drop outs Nico
10:04:47Nico_Pok
10:05:04GodEaterand disk is still spinning madly
10:05:39Nico_Pmaybe the one you want is the r16105 revert
10:05:56Nico_Ps/want/should try
10:06:09GodEateras in r16105 + this patch ?
10:06:20Nico_PFS #8568
10:06:29GodEaterI think I already tried that
10:06:31Nico_Pnot sure both are needed
10:06:55GodEatercurious
10:07:01GodEaterI just started a new playlist
10:07:05GodEaterAA appeared for a second
10:07:10GodEaterand then disappeared again
10:07:17GodEaterand then came back
10:07:46Nico_Pcurious indeed
10:07:50GodEaterreal and usefl are still taking an age to fill
10:08:06GodEateroh - dircache is still updating
10:08:08GodEaterthat's why
10:08:11Nico_Pah
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10:10:00GodEaterok
10:10:04GodEaterlet's try the other one then
10:10:13GodEaterdo I need a given rev to try that patch against ?
10:10:26Nico_PI don't think so
10:10:27Nico_PI have to go to class. I'll read the logs when I get back
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10:14:37linuxstbZagor: Hi. Is your USB work, was there a reason you made Rockbox call itself "Rockbox media player", rather than attempting to mimic the OF's strings?
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10:15:25Zagormimicing the OF strings requires more work+code and no gain
10:15:30*GodEater seems to remember a lengthy IRC discussion around the subject
10:15:46GodEaterI would argue with the "no gain" bit
10:15:58GodEaterlinuxstb and I will have to re-write our fstab files ;)
10:16:22Zagorhehe
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10:19:55linuxstbZagor: Why does it require more code? Isn't it just compile-time, apart from serial numbers, which we should implement in some way anyway to be compliant.
10:22:00Zagorthere's the issue with players like c240 and c250 that use storage capacity as part of their name
10:22:05GodEaterNico_P: yep - spinlock rollback is the one which fixes it for me
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10:23:18linuxstbZagor: True, but that's trivial. I just think that if a user has set up rules in his OS to do something with a device, the same rule should work regardless of which software is providing the USB mode.
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10:24:52Zagorlinuxstb: well those rules should use usb id, not strings
10:25:27Zagorstrings can even be multi-lingual
10:27:58GodEatermy fstab rules use the "by-uuid" part of /dev/disk - I'm not sure what generates that though
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10:55:02amiconnLinusN: Registration would be for events of course, not callbacks
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11:31:51ZagorGodEater: afaiu uuid should not be affected by usb strings. it's a property of the file system.
11:32:22GodEaterwell without the work linuxstb did - I got a completely different uuid using RB's UMS stuff
11:32:30GodEaternow I'm getting the same one though
11:33:56linuxstbZagor: I made the code (for ipods only, as that's all I own) output the same strings for iManufacturer, iProduct and iSerial....
11:34:34Zagorcan you try just doing iSerial?
11:37:09linuxstbSure
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11:40:39linuxstbYes, iSerial seems to be enough.
11:41:32Zagorok, that makes sense
11:41:36linuxstbIt's an unusually short UUID though (with both the OF and Rockbox) - just 47AE-E1D8
11:41:53Zagoryes fat filesystems have such short ones
11:42:59r4v5there are only 2^48 possible fat filesystems, you konw
11:43:26linuxstbThat's enough for me..
11:44:08linuxstbZagor: Would you expect reformatting to change that ID?
11:44:21ZagorI think so, yes
11:44:53*linuxstb tries
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11:46:52linuxstbYes, formatting with mkfs.vfat changed the ID...
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11:49:37Zagorimho uuid isn't very suitable in fstab for removable devices
11:50:13linuxstbSo how would you set up fstab? I'm currently using /dev/disk/by-id...
11:50:28linuxstb(which is why I wanted Rockbox to mirror the OF)
11:50:48linuxstbAnd I've no idea what Windows does (when you assign fixed drive letters to devices)
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11:53:29r4v5i'm not even sure windows developers know what Windows does for that
11:53:39linuxstbIn fact, I don't think the by-id is using iProduct and iManufacturer - it's using the VendorID and ProductID from the SCSI Inquiry
11:53:52linuxstb(which for ipods are "Apple" and "iPod" respectively)
11:56:50Zagorlinuxstb: I'd solve it with udev rather than directly in fstab. SYSFS{idVendor}=="xxxx", SYSFS{idProduct}=="yyyy", SYMLINK+="ipod-%k"
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12:02:36*GodEater really must brush up on his udev skills
12:04:21Zagori my case my gnome desktop does some magic and automounts usb drives in /media for me, so I currently don't have to use local udev rules. I did in the past though.
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12:30:49preglowso, does the usb stuff still mangle stuff badly on write?
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12:31:44linuxstbNot for me...
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12:39:22GodEaternor me
12:39:30GodEaterI just did a Rockbox upgrade using it
12:39:59*preglow does an upgrade, then
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12:44:06preglowi see we have commited lower voltage use on the wm chip in ipod video, now
12:44:08GodEateralthough as linuxstb found, I didn't get a "New version of rockbox.ipod found, do you wish to run it?" message
12:44:08preglowis this wise?
12:44:30GodEaterpreglow: well the patch got a lot of testing...
12:45:02preglowand some day some guy will complain he gets distorted sound, and we will have no idea why
12:45:09linuxstbGodEater: There's a specific #ifndef USB_IPODSTYLE around that code - I've tried removing it, and it detected the change (bringing up a confirmation prompt), but it refuses to run rolo. I haven't investigated why yet.
12:45:15preglowi really think we should stick to the voltages apple use
12:45:24preglowunless datasheets tell us we can use something lower
12:47:09linuxstbThe problem is that we don't have the precise datasheets for most (all?) of the codecs.
12:47:50preglowthat gives us all the more reason not to tamper around with voltages unless doing some re first
12:48:18preglowthe nano stuff tells us that some ipod specs differ somewhat
12:48:26linuxstbDo we know that the old values (before saratoga's commit) were the same as the OF?
12:48:33GodEaterwell I believe the "commit or not?" question was posed last night - and no-one said "not" at the time ?
12:48:48GodEateror possibly longer ago than that
12:48:52linuxstbDidn't amiconn raise concerns over the voltages as well?
12:48:59preglowi wasn't around then :)
12:48:59preglowthey're valid concerns
12:49:07GodEaterI only saw cpu speed concerns
12:49:13GodEater(from amiconn)
12:49:21preglowhe's concerned about voltages too
12:49:27GodEaterbut I have to confess I didn't pay much attention
12:49:37GodEaterI didn't try the patch at all
12:49:45GodEaterso didn't feel qualified to comment on it
12:50:25preglowlinuxstb: not as of, no, but bootloader sets them as that
12:50:38preglowlinuxstb: but i believe we should leave them at that until we discover of does otherwise
12:50:43*GodEater just got to play with a Zune
12:51:02GodEaterI now feel thoroughly soiled, and need to go bleach my hands
12:51:02linuxstbGodEater: Is it as nice as the S's original firmware?
12:51:17GodEaterit's identical to the S's firmware from what I could see
12:51:21linuxstbOuch...
12:51:27GodEaterbut the controls on the Zune are *horrible*
12:51:38linuxstbSo it's even worse than the S?
12:51:44GodEateryup
12:51:53GodEaterimo of course
12:51:55linuxstbQuite an impressive feat.
12:52:05GodEaterthe screen is nice
12:52:11GodEaterthat's about all I could say for it
12:55:42*preglow just cleared his settings by attempting to boot retailos...
12:55:53GodEateroops
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12:56:32DerPapstApollonovich: there are some kind of firewire drivers for 1st to 3rd gen iPods in the ipodlinux code base
12:57:04DerPapstApollonovich: http://ipodlinux.org/Ipod_to_ipod
12:57:17preglowusb seems to work neat
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12:57:34pregloweject is handled rather badly
12:58:10preglowjust hangs, does anyone else get that?
12:58:14GodEateryes
12:58:20GodEaterI just pull the cord out after the umount
12:58:23preglowkind of nasty...
12:58:30GodEaterif you've *tried* an eject, it will return at that point
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13:01:00linuxstbI never eject, just umount.
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13:03:00gevaertsHi all
13:03:14linuxstbgevaerts: Hi. Have you read the logs from the last 2 minutes?
13:03:29linuxstbBasically, how eject isn't being handled?
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13:03:59gevaertslinuxstb: yes. I'll have to test that. I never use eject, so I don't have any trouble.
13:04:53linuxstbgevaerts: Also, Zagor doesn't think we should be bothering to mimic the strings sent by the OF (see the discussion this morning)
13:05:30ZagorI think we should do iSerial, but not the others
13:06:00preglowwhat "strings"?
13:06:30preglowwe should mimic whatever is needed to make the os just mount without complaining, nothing more, imo
13:06:54gevaertsI don't really care about those strings.
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13:08:34gevaertsActually, I think we should show something different from the OF (including vendor/device id, but I don't have a realistic way to get those) to avoid being mistaken for the OF by updating tools.
13:09:54preglowbut yeah, working "eject" would be sweet :)
13:12:26gevaertspreglow: I'm looking at it righ now
13:12:36Zagorpreglow: why are you ejecting flash/hd devices?
13:13:15Zagoreject is for devices with removable media. not for removable devices.
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13:14:08linuxstbgevaerts: But I think in some cases we would want to be mistaken for the original firmware.
13:14:37gevaertsZagor: actually we set the 'removable media' bit, so we should at least handle it gracefully.
13:15:03preglowZagor: it's the only way of making most retail firmware say it's ok to unplug, so it is expected also for flash/hd devices
13:15:13Zagorgevaerts: I agree we should handle it.
13:15:42Zagorpreglow: ?? the retail firmware has no say in this, it's the host that decides when it's ok to unmount
13:16:23preglowZagor: well, i've seen plenty of usb handling firmwares that clearly wait for the eject signal, i don't know why or how
13:16:41Zagorthe 'removable media' bit might be wrong. I don't remember the exact definition of it.
13:17:10Zagorpreglow: what do they do once they get it? the host controls all transfers.
13:17:21preglowZagor: tell you it's ok to unplug
13:17:32preglowif i just unmount, they say "don't unplug" right until i pull the plug
13:17:35Zagorpreglow: oh you mean on the screen?
13:17:40preglowsure, where else?
13:18:25preglowi agree unmounting works just fine, but i try to do what the firmware expects me to
13:18:25Zagorok, well that's just user fluff then. probably caused by treating the behaviour of Windows as the spec
13:20:02preglowfluff it might be, but most users don't know shit about how usb works, this at least allows a way for the unit to tell when it's ok to unplug it
13:20:16gevaertsAnyway I've got it handled now
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13:20:21preglowgevaerts: great :)
13:20:45preglowhow should we handle it, btw? exit the usb screen?
13:21:01preglowi guess that would be best, so charging can continue while the usb plug remains inserted
13:21:35Zagorsounds good
13:22:16ZagorI still resent the idea of the device telling the user it's ok to disconnect though. :-) it is very much the job of the host to do that. the device simply doesn't know.
13:22:34preglowit does when it has received an eject signal
13:23:11gevaertsActually that's not that straightforward : the START_STOP_UNIT command (that's what gets sent on eject), like most of the SCSI commands, goes to a LUN and not the entire device.
13:23:22Zagorit doesn't know. it only believes the host has unmounted before it sends eject.
13:23:35preglowwell, sure, but anything else would be retarded
13:24:02ZagorI'd say the device claiming to know what the host is doing is retarded..
13:24:21Zagoranyway, it is what it is.
13:25:53Zagorgevaerts: yes, the device could for example have multiple cd trays
13:26:51gevaertsAs far as I understand it the actual meaning of this stuff (START_STOP_UNIT and REMOVABLE bit) relates to things like card slots, not to the internal storage. I think we should mark internal storage as non-removable. The fact that usb happens to be hotpluggable is a different matter and means that the OS has to handle to kinds of unplug, but that's not our concern
13:27:01gevaertsZagor: the sansas have two luns right now
13:27:12Zagorgevaerts: right, with the sd slot
13:27:23Zagorejecting does in fact make sense for the slot
13:27:37Zagoronly it cannot actually eject, so...
13:28:17gevaertsZagor: so it's similar to old floppy drives. It still is a removable device in SCSI terms.
13:28:29peturZagor: neither can the cardreader in my pc, but it does power doen the card
13:28:40Zagorgevaerts: yes, same with ZIP drives, tapes etc.
13:28:52Zagorpetur: good point
13:29:48Zagorgevaerts: there is a difference btwn removable device (all usb devices) and removable media. eject is for removable media.
13:30:06preglowZagor: really, if the host hasn't unmounted by the time it sends and eject command...
13:30:38Zagorpreglow: we might umount and eject the sd slot while keeping the internal flash mounted.
13:31:51preglowsure, it's a different case for sansas, i guess
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13:34:06linuxstbDoes the Sansa OF handle hotswapping of SD cards whilst connected via USB?
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13:34:26ZagorI don't know
13:34:41gevaertsI uploaded a new patch. Eject is handled gracefully (but we don't actually do anything with it), windows finds the sd card on sansa, and the ipod strings are removed (the serial number is still there)
13:34:48gevaertslinuxstb: no idea
13:35:50gevaertsI tried making the internal flash non-removable, but then windows started finding only one drive again, so I backed that out again (lunch break is nearly over...)
13:36:22linuxstbLinux was happy though?
13:38:23gevaertsZagor: I'd like to move some stuff around, mainly moving the class-specific descriptors to the class drivers and making the used class runtime-selectable, and moving transfer_buffer to usb_core (so that there is only one even if multiple class drivers exist). Do you have any thoughts/objections/recommendations on that ?
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13:39:17gevaertsZagor: Nico_P suggested first committing the current patch before doing that kind of work.
13:39:20*preglow upgrades rockbox with native usb :)
13:39:55preglowwhat, rolo works on ipods now?
13:40:06Zagorgevaerts: I think I agree with Nico_P. let's commit the working storage-only driver and then rework the code for more flexibility
13:40:15gevaertslinuxstb: I didn't test that. I assume it is, it never had any problem with the sd card slot (except at the time when sd-card writes went to the internal flash)
13:40:23linuxstbpreglow: It's worked for a long time (rolo'ing Rockbox), it's just been pointless up to now...
13:40:29preglowgevaerts: eject works great :)
13:40:38preglowlinuxstb: really, now, didn't notice
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13:41:01gevaertsZagor: I'd suggest leaving it off by default for now though. I think it's still too immature for unsuspecting normal users
13:41:37Zagorok
13:42:27gevaertsZagor: Shall I prepare a patch with the "enable by default" stuff removed ?
13:43:11gevaertsZagor: and should that still reboot on plugin ?
13:43:43Zagoryes, we should either enter ums mode or reboot.
13:43:48peturLinusN: any news on that IDE-ZIF adapter? Did you get that sample yet?
13:43:58LinusNnope
13:44:40Zagorgevaerts: would you like commit access?
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13:45:39SSnakehi everyone
13:46:10SSnakei'm looking for some info relating to button API to be used in plugins
13:46:43gevaertsZagor: I think I'd better first follow development a bit so that I learn the rules a bit better.
13:46:47SSnakei really need them cause i can't find any wiki/docs explaining them well
13:47:12Zagorgevaerts: sure. I'll commit your "disabled" patch then.
13:47:13*amiconn would also be interested in that ata50-zif adapter
13:47:57gevaertsZagor: should I use one central preprocessor symbol to enable/disable the entire thing ?
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13:48:28Zagorgevaerts: we still want to be able to usb-charge like before
13:50:13linuxstbamiconn: The code for checking the rockbox.ext for changes before/after USB connect is currently disabled for ipods (with a !defined(USB_IPODSTYLE) check). Any objections to me removing that check completely? It means the code will be run on the 1st-3rd gen, which is currently pointless but (afaics) harmless.
13:51:31linuxstbSSnake: How do you want to handle buttons? You can either call a function that gives you the current status (pressed/not pressed) of each button bit-packed into an integer, or you can recieve press/release events for buttons.
13:52:33SSnakewell i need the second one
13:52:55SSnakei need to know when the same button is press/released
13:53:13SSnakeon wiki no info about macro buttons define
13:54:32SSnakei looked a some source code it seems to be a BUTTON_REL macro
13:55:34amiconnlinuxstb: Why?
13:55:45linuxstbamiconn: For the Rockbox UMS mode...
13:56:07amiconnYes, so that code should be used on PP502x devices...
13:56:17amiconnAnd that means USB_IPODSTYLE has to go
13:58:01linuxstbIt just seems cleaner to me to enable it for all targets - the only reason it shouldn't be enabled is because hardware drivers aren't implemented.
13:58:07amiconn...because USB_IPODSTYLE means to reboot into OF
13:58:33amiconnYes, and 1st..3rd Gen are still USB_IPODSTYLE
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13:58:51linuxstbOK, so just remove USB_IPODSTYLE from the other config files/
13:58:52gevaertsZagor: I uploaded a patch that should leave behaviuor unchanged by default. It can be switched to the new behaviuor by defining USE_ROCKBOX_USB
13:58:52linuxstb?
13:59:18Zagorgood, I'll check it over and commit
13:59:33linuxstbamiconn: BTW, there also seems to be checks for a "USB_NONE" define - which afaics isn't defined for any target.
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14:00:40amiconnYes, no more
14:00:53amiconnThe neo was USB_NONE afaik
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14:02:31*gevaerts didn't like testing the usb-disabled build... He had to reboot to OF to get usb back afterwards
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14:11:20pondlifeIs it ok to put test builds on Flyspray?
14:11:36Zagorsure
14:11:40pondlifeGreat
14:12:08pondlifeNobody seems to have an Iriver LCD remote and time to test for me...
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14:15:08pondlifeHmm, it doesn't want to attach a zip.
14:15:39pondlifeToo big I guess
14:15:39peturpondlife: I've seen attached zips before...
14:16:02pondlifeYep, but this is a rockbox.zip of 2210296 bytes
14:16:05peturput it somewhere and link to it?
14:16:13pondlifeYep, guess so.
14:16:43peturwhat's the problem with the LCD remote, btw?
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14:18:31pondlifeNothing, but my non-LCD remote lacks buttons
14:19:01pondlifeI've started some keymap changes, but I'm not sure I understand the tables completely and I might have borked the LCD remotes
14:19:23peturI'll see if I can test tonight...
14:19:46pondlifeSee http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8569 - you might be able to look at the patch and see I've done something silly.
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14:23:43Zagorgevaerts: I assume first_td and last_td in usb-drv should be static, right?
14:24:36joshn_Hey, could someone grant me write access to the wiki?
14:24:48amiconnZagor: Btw, since the usb buffer must be 2KB aligned, it might make more sense to allocate it statically via the .lds file
14:25:02amiconnCould be located near the end of ram, before the plugin buffer
14:25:22linuxstbjoshin: Done.
14:25:29joshn_great, tx!
14:26:58linuxstbamiconn: Do you know if the PP chips have a unique serial number accessible from Rockbox?
14:29:53gevaertsZagor: yes, I forgot that.
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14:32:39amiconnNot that I know of
14:35:56gevaertsamiconn: do you mean the queue_head stuff or the transfer_buffer in usb_storage.c ? The transfer buffer probably doesn't need to be aligned, but I should double-check that first.
14:36:28pondlifepixelma: (when you read the logs) Thanks for fixing that manual for me. I've still not got Cygwin building manuals properly, so wasn't able to test.
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14:52:50gevaertsZagor: I probably added a bug in the td_array handling : there is usually a read open for control transfers, but in moving from one td per pipe to a pool of tds I forgot about that, so now control tds get overwritten by bulk tds. We probably need to add a bit to the td structure to keep track of which tds are in use (The reserved field now contains the transfer size for that td, which might take 17 bits, so there is room for another bit)
14:54:17gevaertsZagor: I need to think about that a bit more, since it also involves marking the tds free after use. I don't have time for that now (at work), but I'll get to it tonight
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14:54:39Zagoraha
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14:55:37gevaertsZagor: maybe wait with committing until that's fixed
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14:56:24gevaertsZagor: I don't know if it can lead to data corruption, but I think it could cause the frequent reset problem
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14:57:00Zagorgevaerts: since us is still disabled by default we can still treat it as dev-only code. I've done a few cosmetic alterations that I'd like to remain so I'll commit this first.
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14:57:50gevaertsZagor: ok
14:58:51Cougarten41hi, anyone working on the Iaudio7 here? I'm no programmer but if i can help (without bricking my player) I'd do. and I'd like to know how far you are :)
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15:06:19LambdaCalculus37Morning, everyone!
15:06:25linuxstbKuhgarten: The port is just in the extremely early stages - there's nothing a non-programmer can really do (apart from either learning to program, or find more iaudio7 owners who can).
15:06:27crazy_busI don't know if its because I upgraded rockbox versions today, but I now hear a slight crackling noise in the right ear of my headphones. Is there anyway to stop it or are my headphones breaking?
15:06:31crazy_bushi LambdaCalculus37
15:06:53Kuhgartenthk chap
15:08:11Kuhgartenlinuxstb: is there any place where I can watch the progress? a forum thread or someching?
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15:08:55LambdaCalculus37Kuhgarten: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=15360.0
15:09:00Kuhgartenty
15:09:13LambdaCalculus37*ahem* Full words, please.
15:09:21*LambdaCalculus37 points to the IRC guidelines
15:09:31Kuhgartenokey, thank you very much :)
15:14:51Kuhgartencon you tell me why there is no comercial mp3-player using Rockbox as the standard firmware? should be possible under GNU
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15:16:35Nico_PKuhgarten: no DAP maker has made it happen. Neuros was once interested but dropped it IIRC
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15:20:01peturNico_P: I thought AMS was also once interested, but maybe only for their reference design
15:20:29Nico_Pah, true. don't know if there was any follow-up on that
15:21:24leftrightSlasheri; Hi, H140, I tried flashing your 7pre4 bootloader, I get "Incompatible/untested" error
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15:22:55leftrightI downloaded the file in the attachment box on the iriver flash page
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15:26:37linuxstbKuhgarten: Given that all DAP makers seem to want to support DRM, that's not possible with the GPL.
15:26:47SSnakeexcuse does anoyne know exactly how do button_get and button_status work?
15:27:11KuhgartenI see
15:27:11ZagorSSnake: what exactly do you want to know?
15:27:47SSnake(thanks Zagor) about button_get: can it return mutliple button pressed?
15:28:04Zagoryes it can
15:29:08SSnakeso imagine i press 2 buttons simultaneously, this means a long int return from the call, containing 2 values packed in the same int right?
15:29:50Zagoryes
15:30:51SSnakemmmm so i have to check my code again.... some if/else to change....
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15:39:20Slasherilinuxstb: you have the latest build of rockbox also?
15:39:43Slasheriups, i meant leftright..
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15:39:48Slasheribut he already left :)
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15:42:40IxanHey, rockbox just locked up on my H300. Is there any way I can turn it off without waiting for battery to run out?
15:43:43TiMiD[FD]Slasheri: does rockbox needs special compilation options to use dircache hibernation ?
15:44:15TiMiD[FD]it still scans the disk at every startup
15:44:57LambdaCalculus37Ixan: Get a paperclip and push in the little reset button on the side.
15:45:07LambdaCalculus37Then you can turn it back on.
15:45:23Ixanroger
15:46:55Ixanany decent way of debugging why it happend? just enabled utf8 and tried playing an ogg with some nasties in it
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15:47:51XavierGrSlasheri: I suspect that leftright already had his H100 flashed and forgot to start the new build from disk
15:48:58peturIxan: if you can reproduce it, create a bugreport on flyspray
15:49:59Ixanhmm, just tested. couldnt reproduce. filed under moonphase bug
15:50:11SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: nope, it should get automatically enabled when there is a rockbox image in flash
15:51:01SlasheriXavierGr: but plugin is already loaded from disk. I think he didn't update plugins at least
15:51:25Ixananyone had a stab at flv/flash playback? aka youtube files
15:51:54SSnake@zagor: a thing i forgot to ask: what happens if i keep 2 button pressed, then i depress only 1? ( i mean what value returned with button_get?)
15:52:24linuxstbIxan: Not as far as I know. Is there an open source decoder?
15:52:27ZagorSSnake: I don't remember. test! :-)
15:52:29XavierGrSlasheri: I think I had the first time some trouble because I didn't start my build from disk
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15:52:51Ixanlinuxstb: yeah, there's a gpl flash plugin which works with youtube and google vids
15:52:57SSnakeusualli i mask the return value with BUTTON_REL to know if the button have been depressed, but when i have 1 pressed and 1 depressed?
15:53:42SlasheriXavierGr: that could cause problems too (it wont work if running the rom image) but the error should be different
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15:54:10LambdaCalculus37Ixan: Theora would sooner be a better choice.
15:54:29TiMiD[FD]Ixan: flv is a container, not a codec
15:55:24TiMiD[FD]Slasheri: I get the scan at every startup ... (stories of my cursed h140)
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15:56:09LambdaCalculus37Ixan: Besides, you can use winff or VLC to transcode it to the supported MPEG2 format.
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15:57:01leftrightSlasheri, thanks I read the logs, I was booting from disk, but I am not using the latest current, I'm using r16201
15:57:14SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: weird.. and you have set rockbox to load from ram/rom automatically and tried booting it repeatedly?
15:57:22TiMiD[FD]yes
15:57:38Slasherileftright: yeah, you need to have the latest build :)
15:57:42TiMiD[FD]it loads from rom now that I fixed my fat problem
15:57:45leftrightthanks
15:57:47Slasheribecause old builds don't have the new checksums
15:57:49TiMiD[FD]I'll try formatting it
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16:00:19SlasheriTiMiD[FD]: i have no idea what would cause that.. try enable logf from dircache
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16:21:46major_worksIf I wanted to give the new USB commit a try, would it be a matter of uncommenting all the defines in the various files that the commit touched? Or is it more complicated than that?
16:23:09gevaertsmajor_works: just add -DUSE_ROCKBOX_USB to the EXTRA_DEFINES in the makefile
16:23:33peturor the config-xxx.h file
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16:24:31major_worksI think I'd be in over my head. I'll probably wait until it's cooked. :-)
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16:25:43DerPapstlo all :-)
16:25:45pondlifeGood to see some swedes are coming to DevCon2008 ;)
16:25:53pondlifeSorry, I meant Swedes
16:26:06GodEaterthere may be turnips too
16:29:44LambdaCalculus37Yum. :)
16:30:11pondlifeAs long as there's chips
16:30:12*petur gets reminded of blackadder :)
16:30:48*gevaerts wonders about amusingly-shaped Swedes
16:30:55pondlifeWhat, like Linus?
16:30:57pondlife;p
16:31:26pondlife(Sorry, Linus. Please don't ask for your UDA back.)
16:31:53*pondlife digs deeper and goes back to work
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16:40:48GodEaterdid anything come of the hardware licensing discussion last night btw ?
16:42:08DerPapstiirc no.
16:42:29Horschtyou mean font licensing, no?
16:43:36DerPapstno, pcb layouts and stuff
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16:43:45BigBambiyo
16:43:48GodEatercorrect
16:44:06*GodEater observes that BigBambi is in his pimp outfit
16:44:44BigBambiHeh - I'm having to read the logs to find out what to respond to cgi IRC is lagging so badly
16:45:07BigBambiGodEater: Not much came from that discussion other than frustration
16:45:25GodEaterCasainho didn't seem to get it from what I could tell in the logs
16:45:37BigBambiIndeed not
16:45:53BigBambiIt was a pretty fast and difficult conversation in another language though
16:46:02BigBambiBut he still doesn't seem to have got it
16:46:03GodEateraye
16:46:24GodEatermy portuguese isn't up to explaining it to him
16:46:39BigBambiAt a couple of points I tried to write a clear concise summary sentance for him, but that didn't seem to help either
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16:46:46GodEaterobrigardo is about all I can manage :)
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16:47:19DerPapstheh
16:47:39BigBambiI tried my best when I was in the Azores, but just got my few words of Spaish confused and annoyed them even more :)
16:47:47BigBambi*Spanish
16:47:48*DerPapst wonders where those "experiments" end up....
16:47:55I-MODI'm having an issue where my ipod video doesn't recognize click wheel button presses about half the time. I suspect it's something to do with rockbox trying to use the touch sensor to verify that it's actually a finger pressing the button and not some random object. Does rockbox actually do this verification?
16:48:10BigBambiNot as far as I know, no
16:49:14I-MODthere's good chance my ipod is broken in that case
16:49:18I-MODoh well
16:49:23BigBambiDoes it have trouble in the OF?
16:49:41I-MODno, but i haven't had the OF on it in a long time
16:49:48GodEaterI-MOD: the touchwheel is not sensitive to non-fingers touching it
16:49:52BigBambiYou removed it completely?
16:50:00GodEaterit requires the slight electrical charge from the human body to work
16:50:01BigBambiCos standard rockbox can dual boot
16:50:03I-MODjust unused and not updated
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16:50:07GodEaterwhich is why using a biro or something on it doesn't work
16:50:14GodEateror using your finger with gloves on
16:50:32BigBambiI-MOD: Well it doesn' t matter just to test the hardware
16:50:39BigBambiBoot the OF and check
16:50:47I-MODcan do
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16:52:54BigBambiGodEater: That'll be why old people have difficulty using electronics - the charge (the 'force' if you will) is diminishing :)
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17:02:10I-MODhave to put some songs on it, not much on the OF UI really requires the use of the left and right clicks
17:07:07I-MODand no, the OF doesn't seem to have the problem
17:08:15I-MODresponded to every wheelclick
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17:12:13leftrightSlasheri; for info, I successfully flashed the new bootloader with latest build, thanks
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17:31:05RedbrevaAnyone know the Path for the TTS engine on windows Vista? I'm trying to use rbutil to generate talk files, but can't find an engine to point it at, but TTS works withing windows itself...
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17:33:13I-MODi think this is specific to my hardware as I already have a cracked screen and I probably damaged another part of it on that drop. thanks anyway
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17:37:28linuxstbHas anyone ( barrywardell ?) tried the UMS patch on a Mac? I've just tried, and it didn't connect to the device at all? (ipod color)
17:40:27gevaertslinuxstb: it's probably yet another SCSI command that we need to implement. Can you enable logf for usb_storage and check for "scsi unknown cmd" ?
17:40:48linuxstbSure, but not now. I'll try and do it this evening.
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17:50:02DerPapstlinuxstb: do you still mimic the OF? maybe it's that special scsi command (http://ipodlinux.org/Device_Information)
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17:54:14PaulJamHorscht: did you post the german lang update to the tracker?
17:54:21RedbrevaOK, sorted TTS engine issue (Selected SAPI5 from dropdown) and Speex encoder, but get error "Encoding of K:/Music/_dirname.talk.wav failed" any ideas??
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17:54:25Horschtyes
17:55:22HorschtPaulJam, why do you ask?
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17:58:59PaulJamHorscht: i have some questions. 1. Why are there so many changes in deprecated lang entrys?
17:59:29PaulJam2. why did you remove the voice string from LANG_PLAYLIST_CONTROL_INVALID?
17:59:44HorschtI.... have no clue. I used rasher site script to translate 4 missing strings.
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18:00:23rasherho-hum
18:00:41rasherI'll have a look
18:01:18PaulJamHorscht: ok
18:02:15PaulJamrasher: another issue i noticed was that ' *: none' was replaced by ' *: " none"' e.g. in LANG_24_HOUR_CLOCK.
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18:03:14rasherPaulJam: that's just a cosmetic fix though. But a fix anyway
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18:10:31rasherPaulJam: Ah, I understand the LANG_PLAYLIST_CONTROL_INVALID thing - there's a syntax error in the current version
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18:11:23rasherI guess my parser could be more forgiving, but I'd rather fix the errors
18:11:48rasherAbout the deprecated strings, I'll have a closer look
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18:33:14linuxstbDerPapst: No, I don't think that's the problem - it's not even being detected as a standard UMS device. But no, we're not mimicing the OF's strings any more.
18:34:23DerPapstok.
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18:46:40LambdaCalculus37I'm trying to add new functionality to disktidy, but I need someone to help look over the code.
18:48:35LambdaCalculus37I know I did something wrong here: http://pastebin.com/m2b7926c9
18:48:51linuxstbgevaerts: (for the logs) I've enabled logf whilst connecting to my Mac, and it's performing an SCSI command 0x5a (unknown to Rockbox).
18:48:56*LambdaCalculus37 did admit his coding skills are about as good as Rincewind's magic abilities
18:49:07Nico_PLambdaCalculus37: don't you have a patch?
18:49:52LambdaCalculus37Nico_P: I tried compiling a build to test, but disktidy keeps spitting out errors.
18:50:29Nico_Pwell, what kind of errors? and where?
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18:50:40DomonokyLambdaCalculus37: could you make a patch out of it, then we would know what you changed..
18:50:52Domonokyand the error message would also be good :-)
18:51:23LambdaCalculus37Domonoky: Sure, let me do that now. I'll post to FS.
18:51:33Nico_PLambdaCalculus37: just pastebin it
18:51:55DomonokyLambdaCalculus37: pastebin the patch, please
18:52:20*linuxstb guesses the lines with TABs are the ones changed...
18:52:37LambdaCalculus37Nico_P & Domonoky: Okay, will do. Give me a couple of minutes to get the patch.
18:54:18*Domonoky guesses the entry with ".dolphinview" is new, as it misses a "{" :-)
18:55:33linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: Remove the 3 from line 367 - i.e. use [] instead of [3]
18:55:36Horschtyeah. It's the habbit of a new, annoying filemanager on kde
18:55:52linuxstbDomonoky: No, it's just a long way to the right...
18:56:19linuxstbBut the code in that function is of the form if () { ... } else { ... } else { ... }
18:57:02linuxstb(so some brackets look wrong...)
18:58:25LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: Do you mean line 369? Line 367 is ["Files to Clean","Quit");]
18:59:14linuxstbI expect so - I may have deleted a couple of lines...
18:59:19Domonokyline 369 is wrong, -> an array with 3 entrys, which is initialisies with 4 entrys...
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19:04:10linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: You are missing two } braces before line 321
19:04:55*LambdaCalculus37 handles that
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19:05:20linuxstbIt's easy to see when you create a patch - those braces were removed, but never put back...
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19:08:56linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: You should also tell your editor to not use tabs...
19:09:05LambdaCalculus37http://pastebin.com/m1eb2afa6
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19:09:36LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: I'm using Kate.
19:09:59*LambdaCalculus37 doesn't feel like using XEmacs or Gvim right now
19:10:02desowinyou can set kate to use spaces instead of tabs
19:10:12linuxstbThat's your mistake... Kate has lots of nasty habits
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19:10:21bertrikis there a standard location to define USE_ROCKBOX_USB?
19:10:49SSnakeplease someone answer me this fundamental question: CAN a h300 iriver detect 2 different diagonals button pressed simultaneously?
19:10:53linuxstbbertrik: Either your target's config file (e.g. firmware/export/config-ipodvideo.h) or in the EXTRA_DEFINES line in the Makefile in your build directory.
19:10:56*LambdaCalculus37 fires up Gvim
19:11:01BigBambiSSnake: No, don't hink so
19:11:26bertriklinuxstb: ok thanks
19:11:31BigBambiSSnake: I think it is the same as the H100 in that the only combination is play + something, but I'm not sure
19:11:32rasherNice, 10 complete translation right now
19:11:36SSnakeARRRRRGH! no please... are you sure?
19:11:38DomonokyLambdaCalculus37: the error only tells me, its something wrong before the else on line 324, but i dont have your code, perhaps pastebin the new code ?
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19:12:10LambdaCalculus37Domonoky: Will do.
19:12:42rasherlinuxstb: I failed to find the Sansa iSerial in the i2c ROM
19:12:58linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: This works - http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/disktidy.c
19:13:45bertrikrasher, the sansa e200 serial is in the as3514 part of the PP5024
19:14:03bertrik(if i understand your remark correctly)
19:14:05gevaertslinuxstb: looks like another MODE_SENSE version. I'll see what I can find out.
19:14:08linuxstbbertrik: Do you know how to read it?
19:14:13bertrikyes
19:14:37linuxstbCan you confirm it relates to the "iSerial" value your Sansa exposes via USB?
19:14:57bertrikyes, I already tried that some time ago
19:15:06bertriklet me find my logs
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19:15:39bertrikthe serial is in bytes 0x30 - 0x3F of the as3514 address space
19:16:21LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: Let me compare your disktidy.c with the one I have.
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19:17:43linuxstbbertrik: So it's read via i2c?
19:17:48bertrikthis is my USB descriptor: http://pastebin.ca/900132
19:18:13bertrikand here's a scan of the as3514 i2c data from my e200: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/AustriaMicrosystemsAS3514
19:18:57bertriklinuxstb: yes, it's read through i2c
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19:21:30LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: Both files that we have are exactly the same.
19:21:38LambdaCalculus37At least according to XEmacs.
19:22:34linuxstbWell, mine compiles...
19:23:12LambdaCalculus37Let me compile again.
19:23:33SSnakedamn 2 days wasted due to the crap buttons on the iriver! So it's impossible to port diagonals-movement games
19:24:09SSnakeany other target suffering of this absolutely stupi limitation? what about ipods?
19:24:40BigBambiYes, a lot of the targets have limitations on button combinations afaik
19:25:04rasherSSnake: dap's aren't generally built with games in mind
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19:25:17rasherAnd I've no idea what that apostrophe is doing there.
19:25:37*gevaerts wants a bootloader that allows a choice between different rockbox binaries
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19:26:16scorche|wgevaerts: well, we do have RoLo, although it is not fully working on some targets
19:26:23rashergevaerts: doesn't rolo work on sansa?
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19:29:35gevaertsrasher: seems so, but can I actually use it to have my test binaries not be the default (so that I always have working usb abter reboot) ?
19:29:37pixelmarasher: do you know if Sascha Wolf is around here/his nick?
19:29:38pixelmaHorscht?
19:30:02Horschti am
19:30:35JdGordon|wgevaerts: I played with a fancy bootloader but they didnt let me commit it :p
19:31:39LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: disktidy compiled properly.
19:31:39gevaertsJdGordon|w: sounds like an evil conspiracy to me
19:31:55*DerPapst whistles "Loader 2" (though it's only for ipods) and runs... fast
19:31:56JdGordon|wmost definatly!
19:32:04*gevaerts just broke usb while trying to make it work better
19:32:11JdGordon|wcongrats
19:32:17BigBambiDerPapst: Not much help with a Sansa then :)
19:33:01*LambdaCalculus37 is going to put the new and improved disktidy to the test
19:34:04pixelmaHorscht: why didn't you translate "sound settings" completely?
19:34:33rasherpixelma: I might be responsible - I re-did the translation and might have messed up
19:34:41DerPapstBigBambi: ture....
19:34:45DerPapst*true.
19:35:04HorschtI used rasher's site to translate the strings. It only had 4 strings marked, which I translated. Sorry if that was not helpfull
19:35:27pixelmarasher: hmm, ok.
19:35:57pixelmaHorscht: I didn't say it wasn't helpful
19:36:07LambdaCalculus37\o/ Success!!
19:36:35*LambdaCalculus37 bows before the mighty knowledge of Nico_P, Domonoky, and linuxstb
19:36:54rasherpixelma: Ah no, I'm pretty sure I copied all the new strings from http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8583?getfile=15934
19:37:04pixelmabut I don't like denglish especially where it is not necessary at all (and we have "Klangeinstellungen" for years) ;)
19:37:24HorschtI understand. btw, you are german, too pixelma, correct? do you think "Tastentöne Wiederholung" is allright?
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19:38:00DerPapstsounds weird imo.. ;-)
19:38:12Horschtoh... right. Heh, guess I've been using the word "Sound" too often then :)
19:38:41pixelmawell, it's not perfect but I know there are other places like that
19:38:55DerPapstthough i have no idea how to translate it better ;-)
19:39:11*DerPapst has never used deutsch.lang
19:39:17pixelmaDerPapst: if you have a better idea, just tell ;)
19:39:27*pixelma a bit too slow
19:39:40linuxstbgevaerts: Do you know about "rolo" ? If you copied a rockbox.mi4 to your device (e.g. as test.mi4) and then selected it in the file browser, it will boot.
19:39:52DerPapstwoohoo... finally. i was faster :-D
19:40:36scorche|wlinuxstb: can you recall which devices it isnt working on atm?
19:41:02linuxstbI think it's just the Gigabeat F/X.
19:41:19linuxstbafaik it works on portalplayer (at least PP502x - it works on my ipod)
19:41:26DerPapstis rolo enabled on ipods?
19:41:30linuxstbNot sure about PP5002...
19:41:32JdGordon|wits no worky on mr500 also iirc
19:41:48linuxstbDerPapst: It has been for a long time
19:41:51gevaertslinuxstb: I'll try that. Sounds like just what I need
19:41:53DerPapstmkay
19:42:07linuxstbDerPapst: 'rolo'ing the OF doesn't work though....
19:42:10DerPapstnever tried
19:43:08DerPapstbut it has to be in that some additional bits in the header *.ipod format?
19:43:39linuxstbYes - ipodpatcher can be used to extract the apple_os.ipod file
19:43:42JdGordon|wrolo still isnt as convienient as a "loader2" though
19:43:51DerPapsthehe
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19:45:12linuxstbJdGordon|w: Going to port loader2 to the Sansa?
19:46:39DerPapsti guess his attemp would be better suited than porting loader 2 ;-)
19:46:56rasherHow about extending the current bootloader so it has (compile-time optional) loader2 functionality, but uses the same code as the regular bootloader for the rest?
19:47:06JdGordon|wI did get some code down for a graphical loader a while ago
19:47:11scorche|wJdGordon|w: i would disagree...faster boot...then after the boot you can choose your binary (assuming rolo has full functionality)
19:47:39JdGordon|wwell, it would do a default load unless some button was pressed which would give you a menu
19:47:44rasherThere's still the problem that you can only have one .rockbox (in the case the different rockboxes are incompatible)
19:48:09JdGordon|wthats a fixeable "problem"
19:48:11scorche|wJdGordon|w: and how is that better than just booting and choosing your binary?
19:48:20JdGordon|wcoz i says so :p
19:48:29scorche|wyou have a menu there....it is simply in the file browser
19:48:54LambdaCalculus37http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8595
19:48:58Buschelcan anyone please close fs #8582? it is doubled by #8588 −− which uses a better solution.
19:49:18linuxstbNo, because I can't spell supercede
19:50:33LambdaCalculus37Disktidy can now find and delete .dolphinview files!
19:50:55*gevaerts has made some progress. It now gets as far as showing the USB screen before hanging
19:51:49rashergevaerts: what are you working on?
19:52:03pixelmaLambdaCalculus37: about your c200 WPS gallery comment in the forums - that's because scorche said themes.rockbox.org will be up in a short time... ;)
19:52:38LambdaCalculus37pixelma: Roger that!
19:53:13Domonokywasnt this "short time" a long time a go ? :-)
19:53:51LambdaCalculus37Someone want to tell scorche that? :)
19:53:54pixelmadidn't want to say that :P
19:53:59barrywardelllinuxstb: Rockbox UMS mode works with my Sansa and Mac (Macbook with leopard)
19:54:15linuxstbbarrywardell: Hmm. I'm using tiger...
19:54:19scorche|wDomonoky: yeah...
19:54:43linuxstbbarrywardell: It seems my Mac was sending a SCSI command (0x5a) not implemented by Rockbox yet.
19:54:58gevaertsrasher: I created a bug some time ago that could make control and bulk requests overwrite each-other's transfer descriptors, with unknown consequences. I'm trying to fix that by marking transfer descriptors as in use when needed, and marking them as free later. In doing that, it seems that I broke something (maybe an infinite loop somewhere...)
19:55:01scorche|wright now, it is waiting for viewports, as that would force people tp update their themes for viewports if they want to get it on the page
19:55:02JdGordon|wthemes.rockbox.org is still waiting for viewports in wps isnt it?
19:55:09*scorche|w wins
19:55:15barrywardelllinuxstb: does that come up in a logf?
19:55:15JdGordon|wlame
19:55:19linuxstbbarrywardell: Yes
19:55:31barrywardellOK, I'll try and see if I get the same
19:56:01*Domonoky thinks viewports is also such a "short time" thing *hehe*
19:56:04*pixelma wonders what it could be waiting for after viewports get integrated :P
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19:56:08barrywardellalso, in USB prober, I get two more configuration descriptors that just say "Device did not respond to request for first x bytes of descriptor"
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19:56:14barrywardellwhere x is 4 and 9
19:56:28JdGordon|wpixelma: oh im sure we can think of something :D
19:56:46linuxstbIsn't there a USB validation app a Windows user can use to validate the Rockbox UMS driver?
19:56:59bertrikyes there is
19:57:20*linuxstb wonders if the Sansa stack would pass - the serial number format seems invalid (hyphens)
19:58:01barrywardelllinuxstb: I spoke too soon. The drives appeared on my desktop and worked for a while, but things aren't working now. it's stopped responding and I can't eject
19:58:16bertrikthe tool is here http://www.usb.org/developers/tools , you need a windows machine and a high-speed hub for testing
19:59:00barrywardelland my Sansa isn't responding to button presses
19:59:19bertrikthe verifier can check some general USB handling ("chapter 9") and also has tests specific to mass-storage devices
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20:00:16gevaertsbertrik, linuxstb: I am planning on using usbcv (the tool...) once I et a bit further.
20:00:24*gevaerts is actually quite familiar with it
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20:03:09gevaertsalthougn not with the ums part of it
20:04:20barrywardellgevaerts: I sometimes get errors like "end_request: I/O error, dev sdc, sector 31320" in dmesg. Is that a known problem?
20:04:21rasherpixelma: sure looks like it
20:05:06pixelmabut I think it was my fault... trying to fix it again
20:05:14bertrikI think we should make it pass the ch9 tests first
20:05:16rasherpixelma: I've removed it - want me to commit?
20:05:33linuxstbbarrywardell: I think I've had those occasionally as well...
20:05:36rasher(I know it can be a bit of a pickle to remove sometimes)
20:06:02pixelmaI've removed it too, just checking if it is correct now
20:06:10barrywardellgevaerts, linuxstb: they normally come after a reset
20:06:54linuxstbI was about to say that as well... They always seem to be immediately after a reset (i.e. same timestamp)
20:07:24linuxstbI've also got some lines like "sd 13:0:0:0: SCSI error: return code = 0x00050000" or "sd 13:0:0:0: SCSI error: return code = 0x00010000"
20:08:15gevaertsbarrywardell: Are you currently writing ? I think they happen when a reset occurs on a write transfer
20:08:25gevaertslinuxstb: I haven't seen that one yet
20:08:34barrywardellI don't get them, but I do get "sd 17:0:0:0: [sdc] Result: hostbyte=DID_ABORT driverbyte=DRIVER_OK,SUGGEST_OK" Immediately before it
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20:08:45barrywardellgevaerts: yes, copying files over
20:08:47bertrikis the latest USB stack supposed to work with windows?
20:09:12gevaertsbertrik: I (briefly) tested it on Windows XP, and it seems to work
20:10:07bertrikok, I just see a "Rockbox internal mass storage" (or something like that) but I can't access it
20:10:53pixelmarasher: (hopefully) fixed. If it didn't work then I'll ask you :)
20:10:57gevaertsbertrik: can you get drive properties ?
20:11:06bertrikI'll try
20:11:51gevaertsbertrik: what kind of player are you using ?
20:11:59bertrika sansa e260
20:12:00rasherpixelma: looks better
20:12:27bertrikwindows xp just gets really unresponsive after plugging it in
20:12:28pixelmayeah, one shouldn't just arbitrarily check for settings... ;\
20:12:46rasherbertrik: mine did that, but after a while it turned up correctly
20:12:56gevaertsbertrik: I noticed that as well, try to wait a bit
20:15:05*gevaerts doesn't find his bug by just reading the code. Time to add lots of logf()s
20:15:27bertrikwould be nice to have a UART to debug to
20:16:02bertrikwhat bug are you running into?
20:16:53gevaertsI'm still trying to reorganise usb code a bit to fix some potential bugs. Now it just hangs on plugging it in...
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20:19:40barrywardelllinuxstb: my mac wasn't sending an unimplemented SCSI command as far as I can see from the logf. Things kinda work. I can sometimes get a dir listing but things usually lock up shortly after
20:20:22gevaertsbarrywardell: maybe macs don't like to retry as much as linux ?
20:21:59bertrikAFAIK, the minimum command set for windows is test_unit_ready, request_sense, format_unit, inquiry, read_capacity(10), read(10), write(10), verify(10)
20:23:09barrywardellgevaerts: possibly. some OF versions don't even have working UMS on mac!
20:23:28gevaertsbertrik: we don't do verify yet, and I saw it also needing read_format_capacity (the sd card only started working on windows when I added that one)
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20:27:37bertrikyeah, I found it very confusing to figure out what the minimum command set is, the specs seem to contradict each other. Windows needs at least some non-mandatory commands :(
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20:37:28kugelLambdaCalculus37: Did you upload the disktidy patch?
20:38:20LambdaCalculus37kugel: http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8595
20:38:35LambdaCalculus37Now it can find and delete .dolphinview files.
20:39:23kugelLambdaCalculus37: I allready read it. I just wonder what diff format you used
20:40:15LambdaCalculus37kugel: I used diff -u disktidy.c disktidy2.c > disktidy.diff
20:40:26desowinsvn diff is handy
20:40:34DerPapstisn't svn diff easier?
20:40:45kugelLambdaCalculus37: It doesn't really look like a unified diff, something went wrong
20:41:05LambdaCalculus37DerPapst: Doesn't svn diff require an internet connection?
20:41:21desowinno
20:41:24DerPapsthow did you download the source?
20:41:30kugelLambdaCalculus37: It just requires a source code checked out with svn
20:41:31LambdaCalculus37SVN.
20:41:32desowinyou only need to have checkout
20:41:37DerPapstthen no
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20:42:04LambdaCalculus37I'll do it again, then.
20:42:16kugelAnyway, diff -u does a good job too, but the patch on the tracker looks very weird to me
20:42:17DerPapstsvn diff /path/to/disktidy.c > disktidy_v1.diff in the rockbox dir you've checked out
20:42:38DerPapst./path/to... rather
20:43:14LambdaCalculus37kugel: Okay, I'll do svn diff and then post the new patch.
20:43:25bertriklinuxstb, gevaerts: do you have enough information to get the serial number from the as3514?
20:43:42kugelLambdaCalculus37: Sure you can use svn diff, but diff -u should actually create the same diff as svn diff
20:43:49*gevaerts wants a logf viewer that doesn't stop updating just because some software hangs in an interrupt handler
20:43:56kugelI really wonder what went wrong there
20:43:56linuxstbbertrik: It seems clear to me, but I don't own a Sansa...
20:44:55*gevaerts wants to trick someone else into getting this serial number
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20:45:40bluebrotherDomonoky: what's strange about a unified diff? ;-)
20:45:40*bertrik whistles
20:47:04gevaertsbertrik: I probably have enough information, but it's a low priority for me (serial numbers might be mandatory, but it works just fine for me without them)
20:47:33bertrikgevaerts: agreed. Maybe I'll work on it this week (but not tonight)
20:49:09linuxstbDoes the c200 also use the as3514?
20:49:14gevaertsWhat happens on PP platforms when the hardware wants to set an interrupt and the handler for that same interrupt is still running ?
20:49:32LambdaCalculus37kugel: Updated. Try again: http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8595
20:49:41Domonokybluebrother: my diff tool didnt liked it, also there were many entrys like: "only in ..." but i got it .. :-)
20:50:15gevaertslinuxstb: I think so. The build makes as3514.o anyway
20:51:07kugelLambdaCalculus37: Ah, yea now this one looks like a unified diff (this format should be preferred at all
20:51:09kugel)
20:51:12linuxstbAh, checking the config-c200.c, it seems it has an external as3514 (the e200 has it built into the SoC)
20:51:13bertrikin the e200, the as3514 is built into the PP5024 as far as i know, in the c200 it is a separate chip
20:51:41linuxstb;)
20:51:44bluebrotherDomonoky: well, it's standard unified diff. But as I wasn't able to svn diff the origin paths are slightly different ;-)
20:51:57Domonoky:-)
20:52:04*gevaerts thinks that linuxstb might have been tricked into doing this
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20:52:17Domonokywe shoulnt wait to long, to commit it to svn, then its easier to handle..
20:52:24bluebrotherindeed.
20:52:25*linuxstb doesn't own any sansa to test on, although that didn't stop him writing sansapatcher...
20:53:06bluebrotherI'm kinda interested in separating the GUI later. Thought about making a configuration editor first.
20:53:07bertrikso you wrote basically the most dangerous part of the software without actually having the hardware? :P
20:53:15LambdaCalculus37kugel: Think it's ready for prime time?
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20:53:41bluebrothermy idea was to have some kind of generic editor and configure it using an xml file (which holds the configuration options and valid values for the targets)
20:53:46linuxstbbertrik: ;) I guess it was a good thing I didn't have any real hardware - I just created test images and used those.
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20:53:47kugelLambdaCalculus37: ??
20:53:51gevaertsbertrik: sounds like a good way to do it. Have the fun of writing the software, and let other people risk bricking their hardware
20:54:03Domonokybluebrother: sounds good..
20:54:17*LambdaCalculus37 should try to minimize American slang next time :)
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20:54:37bluebrotherI only see the drawback that we then also need QtXml which in turn will enlarge the static binary ...
20:55:02bluebrotherbut maybe I should give it a go and see how big that is. QtGui is one of the largest parts.
20:55:25Domonokyyes, try it.. binary size isnt this important..
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20:55:38preglowpft, just upx the binary...
20:55:52JdGordon|whey Nico_P
20:56:00kugelLambdaCalculus37: prime time is the tv program after 8pm in my country
20:56:14Domonokypreglow: we upx it already : windows rbuttil gui : ~7mb -> 2,5MB
20:56:21bluebrotherpreglow: I already upx the windows binary. Still a 3MiB download.
20:56:31preglowwell, make people install qt :)
20:56:34kugelgenerally decent movies, or big shows or stuff, something you can't see before 8pm
20:56:39bluebrotherhehe, good idea ;-)
20:56:49preglowis there a small qt runtime download somewhere on trolltech's site?
20:56:55preglowwell, "small"
20:57:05Domonokybut 3MB isnt really much, rbutil itself downloades more to make a full install :-)
20:57:12bluebrotherI don't think so. Especially not "small" ;-)
20:57:33preglowbut no, like you say, 3 megs isn't too much today
20:57:35bluebrotherthat's a good point, but I still want rbutil to be as small as possible.
20:57:35Nico_PJdGordon|w: hi
20:57:43preglowi'd like it to be smaller, of course, but the convenience outweighs it
20:57:45bluebrother(well, at least not larger than necessary)
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20:58:11JdGordon|wNico_P: can you think of anywhere other than runtime data gathering that can cause a spin up after each track?
20:58:28linuxstblastfm.log ?
20:58:31Nico_PJdGordon|w: not really, no
20:58:36JdGordon|wdiabbled by default
20:58:52gevaertsIs led(0) supposed to turn off some of the blue light on my c250 ? I'm trying to find out where my code gets
20:58:55JdGordon|wI thought I fixed that problem but its still happening :(
20:59:22SlasheriJdGordon|w: weird, i need to check you patch..
20:59:39Slasheridid you make sure the tagcache thread does not activate a disk write?
20:59:51preglowruntime data gathering spins up after each track???
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21:00:36JdGordon|wSlasheri: honestly, I cant actually follow the db code enough, so I'm only going by where you said to look..
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21:01:49SlasheriJdGordon|w: ah, i will try to check that patch soon
21:02:09SlasheriJdGordon|w: but beware that tagcache thread is the place that calls the check queue thing at regular intervals
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21:04:15JdGordon|wI saw that, but thought I handled that properly
21:04:46JdGordon|wits ok if the callback is added frequently.. the problem I was seeing is that its getting called amost staright away and it wasnt because the cache was full or it was being forced
21:04:55JdGordon|wwhich led me to think somehting else is causing the spinup
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21:09:00Slasherihmm, interesting
21:09:35Slasheriwell, it should be easy to see if tagtree_unbuffer event causes a spinup
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21:49:15ssnhi
21:49:19asdrubalhow do I find the version of my sansa c200 firmware?
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21:49:34ssni installed the current rockbox version on a ipod mini 1.gen
21:50:36ssnnow the database isnt building
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21:51:16ssni cant play anything since it just displays "Building database" but it doesnt....
21:51:34stripwaxssn - how long have you left it? building the database from scratch can take a long time
21:52:04stripwaxif the hard drive is spinning & seeking then it probably is building database, right now - you might just need to be patient
21:52:10asdrubalCan someone help me find out if I have a V1 or V2 sansa?
21:52:10ssnwell, there are just a few files on the player and its a fast 4gb cf card in there
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21:52:34karashataasdrubal: check the firmware version number
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21:52:49asdrubalkarashata, there is a VERSION.TXT in the usb disk
21:52:52ssni waited 20 minutes
21:52:55asdrubalkarashata, but I can't tell from that
21:53:06asdrubalVersion Info: Product Rev.: PP5022BF-06.10-S301-06.10-S301.01.05PRT
21:53:08stripwaxssn - cf - nice. is this the very first time you've enabled the database? 20 minutes sounds plausible
21:53:17pixelmaasdrubal: it's in their system menu, and there is also a vers...
21:53:18Bagderasdrubal: that's a v1
21:53:44stripwaxssn - anything else on the screen? oh - and was rockbox functioning fine before you enabled the database?
21:53:44asdrubalSweet
21:53:47asdrubalI just bought this from newegg
21:53:56asdrubalbadger: are you sure it's a v1?
21:54:10asdrubalIt has "250 songs MP3" on the front. and it says audible on the back
21:54:15pixelmayes, but 1.01.05 is one where they removed the MSC settings
21:54:27ssnstripwax: yes
21:54:32Bagderasdrubal: yes, the PP5022 gives it away too
21:54:39asdrubalSuhweet!!
21:54:44ssnif you mean browsing through the menus
21:54:49asdrubalso I guess fyi, newegg C240s are V1
21:54:59ssnbut since there aint any files on there, i cant test playback of files
21:55:00linuxstbssn: Could you browse the files and play them via the file browser?
21:55:10asdrubalpixelma, what do you mean by that?
21:55:11ssni tried the doom game, that didnt work
21:55:14*gevaerts is getting nowhere
21:55:17linuxstbSo you're building a database with no files on your disk?
21:55:19ssnlinuxstb: yes i could
21:55:28ssnno there are 18 songs on there
21:55:38stripwaxoh - 20 minutes is way too long for 18 songs ..
21:55:43linuxstbSo do they work if you play them via the file browser?
21:55:44ssni did put them on there after the initial database creation didnt work
21:56:02stripwaxthis is the second time you've tried to create the database?
21:56:25ssnyes
21:56:33*linuxstb seems to recall the database having a bug if you try to initialise it without any files, but could be wrong
21:56:37ssni rebooted the thing
21:56:43stripwaxdid the same (nothing much) seem to happen when you tried the first time?
21:56:46ssnthat could be the case
21:57:00ssni just tried to play anything, but it doesnt worke
21:57:03ssnwork
21:57:09ssnthe files seem to be gone
21:57:16stripwaxhmm, using the File browser, they should be there
21:57:27ssn"Nothing to resume"
21:57:37stripwax?
21:57:38ssnthey were there
21:57:43ssnbut now they arent
21:57:47stripwaxMenu - Files -> anything there?
21:57:55ssnit hangs
21:57:57pixelmaasdrubal: for the bootloader install you need the c200 in MSC mode, in the 1.01.05/06 they removed the settings from their menu - you can either downgrade your firmware (a little bit risky if not done correctly) or I believe there is also a "MSC trick" (holding a combination of buttons etc.) which you would have to perform then, I believe I read it somewhere in the forums
21:58:05stripwaxssn - press LEFT
21:58:10ssnand now it displays "nothing to resume"
21:58:18stripwaxwhen you press Left ??
21:58:21ssnback to the main menu
21:58:27asdrubalpixelma, great thanks.
21:58:42ssnit hangs when i go on "files"
21:58:50ssnand then theres the browser
21:58:51ssnempty
21:58:52ssn...
21:58:56asdrubalpixelma, now I know for sure it's v1... there is nvidia copyright stuff in here
21:58:59ssnshould i reboot it?
21:59:00stripwaxssn - define "hangs". is it just showing you the empty screen but left still works?
21:59:14stripwaxthe file browser shouldn't "hang" but unfortunately I don't know what you mean ..
21:59:16ssnafter a few seconds
21:59:26ssnit shows the filebrowser
21:59:51stripwaxgo to settings -> file browser -> show files -> "All"
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22:00:44ssni did
22:00:50ssnstill nothing there
22:01:07stripwaxum - at least the ".rockbox" directory should be there ... did you press Left ?
22:01:07ssnshould i connect it to my ubuntu box and put some files in the database?
22:01:13ssni did
22:01:26stripwaxso either you are not in the root, or that is not the File browser (it could be the Database browser)
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22:01:46ssnit is the menu point "Files"
22:02:09ssnand there is nothing
22:02:23stripwaxlinuxstb - is there a case where Files takes you to the Database view rather than the file browser?
22:02:32JdGordon|wno
22:02:52stripwaxssn - try connecting to Ubuntu, and deleting the files .rockbox/database*
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22:03:01JdGordon|wssn: you most likely have the file view as "supported" which could very easily hide everything
22:03:17stripwaxssn - you need to set the file view to 'All' as I mentioned
22:03:31ssnstripwax: i did
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22:03:34ssnas i mentioned
22:03:40stripwaxssn - then this is indeed very odd
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22:03:57stripwaxssn - for example, you should be able to navigate to the .rockbox directory, since rockbox is installed ..
22:04:18stripwaxDoes "All" enable showing folders with the Hidden attribute?
22:04:24Bagderyes
22:04:40stripwaxthen I am very confused about ssn's case.
22:04:48Bagderme too
22:04:56ssnthe files were gone
22:05:05ssni try putting some back on it
22:05:14stripwaxssn - the thing is, they can't *all* be gone - .rockbox at least HAS to be there, since you are running it
22:05:14kugelcan someone explain why this allways happens to my source code? http://pastebin.ca/900347
22:05:33stripwaxssn - try my suggesting to connect to your PC and remove the database*.* files from the .rockbox directory
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22:05:49pixelmaLear: re. your latest post: the forum has problems with showing words in <> because they look like html tags (which it then doesn't know). I work around this by using "< myword>" and enclose the additional space in a "size=0pt" so the reader doesn't see it, works well
22:05:58Buschelssn: can you view any files when directly going into the files menu after rockbox started?
22:06:12stripwax(he said no earlier)
22:06:16ssnyes
22:06:20ssnnow i can
22:06:23stripwaxhuh?
22:06:29ssnthey were gone
22:06:42*Bagder thinks ssn is confused...
22:06:45ssnperhaps because i reseted it (with menu and play)
22:06:46*stripwax certainly is
22:06:55Buschelssn: can describe precisely?
22:06:59ssnok
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22:07:08Bagderkugel: looks like some svn client problem or something like that
22:07:17ssni connected the ipod to my pc and put 18 files on there
22:07:35ssnnow i see the folders in the file browser of rockbox
22:07:38Bagderand then you didn't unmount cleanly?
22:07:54kugelBagder: It's plain source code. I never editted a file in this directory, it seems ghosts are causing that
22:07:57stripwaxssn - using rockbox, can you play those files now (i.e. does rockbox work properly on your ipod)?
22:08:09ssnwait a mom
22:08:39ssnnow they play
22:08:50ssni try database creation one more time
22:08:55stripwaxssn - great - welcome to rockbox :-) yep, try that
22:09:14ssnnow it worked
22:09:17ssnvery fast
22:09:32ssnperhaps i didnt unmount it cleanly the first time
22:09:43stripwaxsounds like it
22:09:43ssnhow do i reboot rockbox?
22:09:51stripwaxyou mean turn off? hold play
22:10:11ssnok thx
22:10:21ssnhow long a normal ipod mini 1.gen lasts?
22:10:25ssni mean the battery
22:10:44ssnbecause rockbox is displaying 3h
22:10:52asdrubalpixelma, is msc mode usb disk mode?
22:11:00asdrubalpixelma, because I can access the filesystem on this thing
22:11:26BigBambissn: don't beleive the estimation
22:11:29ssnthat seems not very much :D
22:11:30scorche|wssn: the battery estimate is not accurate
22:11:32Domonoky_ssn: dont trust rockboxs estimated run time... :-)
22:11:36BigBambi*believe
22:11:39ssnok
22:12:01ssnbecause i didnt put a cf card and a bigger battery back in there to last just 3 hours :D
22:12:04stripwaxssn - there have been a number of changes related to power management recently - probably you will get a lot more than that
22:12:06kugelBagder: Can you see what's weird here?: http://pastebin.ca/900356
22:12:19pixelmaasdrubal: MSC is mass storage mode, what operating system or you on (windows?
22:12:23Domonoky_asdrubal: yes msc=ums = what you call disk mode.. :-)
22:12:33ssnok thx for your help
22:12:35stripwaxmini 2nd generation lasts upwards of 10 hours - I don't know if we have much information on 1st generation (maybe, you can tell us!)
22:12:52linuxstbAnyone want to try out a patch to set the UMS serial number for the Sansas (both C and E) ? http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/sansa_serial_v1.diff
22:13:01ssnstripwax: since mine is heavily modified, that info wouldnt be of much help :D
22:13:11stripwaxssn - ehm, true :)
22:13:44asdrubalpixelma, linux
22:14:30stripwaxBuschel - I got nearly 17hrs on the 60GB 5g using svn .. awesome!
22:14:40stripwaxI'll upload battery bench in a moment..
22:14:46Buschel:o)
22:14:52BigBambilinuxstb: Sure, do I need to define have_rockbox_usb or is that in there?
22:15:02linuxstbBigBambi: You'll need to add it.
22:15:05BigBambiOK
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22:15:27pixelmaok, I heard that in linux it just works because linux doesn't know the MTP protocol.
22:15:41pixelma^ asdrubal
22:15:59asdrubalpixelma, it's weird... rhythmbox pops up now
22:15:59BigBambilinuxstb: And what are you looking for?
22:16:07linuxstbAre you on Linux?
22:16:11asdrubalis MTP = music transfer protocol?
22:16:12BigBambiyes
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22:16:45Buschelstripwax: my runtime degraded through the changes I was asked to make before submitting to svn. I could get up to 14:03h on my 30GB iPod. Now it's less, but I am working on it.
22:16:47Learpixelma: Thanks, thought about that when I first wrote it, then forgot to check it in the preview...
22:16:59linuxstbConnect with the original firmware, and do "lsusb -v" and note down the value of "iSerial" for your Sansa. Do the same with Rockbox (and my patch) and compare. Hopefully they're the same...
22:17:10BigBambiWill do
22:17:11pixelmaasdrubal: yes, MS's. I can't help you with installation under linux...
22:17:19ssnah
22:17:21asdrubalpixelma, ok.
22:17:32pixelmaLear: the "fun" thing is that the preview shows it correctly
22:17:39ssni have to set the battery capacity
22:17:55stripwaxBuschel - was backing out the 24MHz default clock the main factor?
22:18:15scorche|wssn: not quite that easy, sadly
22:18:22BigBambihmmm, my sansa won't turn on
22:18:35*linuxstb looks away innocently
22:18:42BigBambi:)
22:19:15BigBambiI unzipped the build, pulled the cable (after safely removing, all in OF), and now it appears dead
22:19:26BigBambiah, no I have it back
22:19:54ssnnow it is stuck with this "maze" game
22:20:13ssnwhy does maze crash my ipod? :D
22:20:14Buschelstripwax: yes, that's one thing. but the dock connector pin17 seems to need some power also −− just doing the next runtime test. If this _is_ the reason I'll try to create some easy proof-of-concept patch that en-/disables the voltage supply in depence of dock present/absent.
22:20:36stripwaxoh, cool.
22:20:48pixelmaasdrubal: except, I know that you need root priviledges for the bootloader install (with both rbutil or sansapatcher). But things like your rhythmbox problems, I know nothing about
22:20:56stripwaxssn - are you sure you mean 'crash'? what happened?
22:21:18stripwaxmaybe you just don't know the key combination to quit? (it should all be in the Manual .. )
22:21:20linuxstbssn: To exit many plugins, hold select, and then press menu
22:21:24asdrubalpixelma, so I should run sudo rbutil?
22:21:47linuxstbasdrubal: Yes - for the bootloader part of the install only.
22:22:05ssnlinuxstb: thx
22:22:43asdruballinuxstb, ok so the Installation guide online doesn't say what to do first... I've set it up for C240
22:22:49asdrubalnow I'm not sure which one to select
22:23:01BigBambilinuxstb: When I plug in USB with rockbox now it just freezes
22:23:15asdrubalis it OK to select Complete Installation here?
22:23:24asdrubalor should I install bootloader first on another tab
22:23:26BigBambiI had already added the define and tried without your patch and it was OK
22:23:28Buschelstripwax: did you bench your iPod with or without WPS showing? and which audio format?
22:23:33BigBambiI'll double check though
22:24:00stripwaxwithout. vbr mp3
22:24:22pixelmaasdrubal: which rbutil version did you download? I believe there was a bug with "complete installation" in an earlier version and the linux binary is not the newest or so
22:24:50asdrubalpixelma, the most recent one
22:24:54linuxstbBigBambi: Hmm... Can you try and comment out the call to i2c_readbytes() I've added in firmware/usbstack/usb_core.c ? (but leave the rest of the patch).
22:24:58asdrubalpixelma, let me find a date
22:25:02BigBambilinuxstb: OK
22:25:05asdrubal rbutilqt-v1.0.2.tar.bz2 18-Oct-2007 22:38 4.0M
22:25:50Domonoky_asdrubal: thats 1.0.2, complete install is NOT SAFE !!
22:26:04asdrubalDomonoky_, ok thanks for the warning :)
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22:26:20asdrubalDomonoky_, So is 1.0.1 OK to use?
22:26:22Domonoky_someone really should make a new linux binary ..
22:26:51pixelmacan't one just install the bootloader and the build seperately?
22:26:54Domonoky_no, use the buttons on the second tab... this should work, or use manual install..
22:27:05Domonoky_pixelma is correct..
22:27:07asdrubalDomonoky_, I did "cp -a /media/SansaC240 /home/me/sansabackup/" ... Will this provide me with a backup that I can use to restore the sansa?
22:27:54asdrubalDomonoky_, so it is safe to do "isntall bootloader".. then "install Rockbox".. then "Install Extras" from 1.0.2 ?
22:28:02Buschelstripwax: btw, you tested with svn? could jhMike solve the HDD-thrashing?
22:28:20Domonoky_yes, should be safe.. for sansas at least .. :-)
22:28:30asdrubalOkie doke.. I'll give it shot... wish me luck.
22:28:37asdrubalDomonoky_, you got an opinion on the backup I just made?
22:29:05Domonoky_asdrubal: you only backuped the data, not the firmare of the sansa..
22:29:21asdrubalHmm ok... '
22:29:41asdrubalbut if this program can supposedly access the firmware, why can't I access it from the filesystem as well ?
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22:30:17Domonoky_the firmware is on the first partition which is hidden and has no filesystem i think..
22:30:23stripwaxBuschel - I don't think I experienced the thrashing, but my build is after the supposed fix.
22:30:33Buschelok
22:30:43BigBambilinuxstb: OK, it works without that line
22:30:43linuxstbDomonoky_: It's the second partition on Sansas (1st on ipods)
22:30:50Domonoky_rbutil patches this with the help of sansapatcher.. :-)
22:30:54asdrubal/dev/sdb1 vfat 959M 35M 925M 4% /media/Sansa c240 <−−−− sdb1 sounds like first partition...
22:30:54BigBambiJust checking iSerial
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22:31:16*Domonoky_ doesnt care, i just use linuxstbs sansapatcher code :-)
22:31:16linuxstbBigBambi: It should be "00000000-00000000-00000000-00000000-00000000"
22:31:23asdrubalDomonoky_, heh
22:31:28stripwaxBuschel - would the 'thrashing' bug have been obvious if I'd experienced it?
22:31:29BigBambilinuxstb: With rockbox?
22:31:33linuxstbBigBambi: Yes.
22:31:36BigBambi iSerial 3 00400063040000000-00000000-00000000-00000000
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22:31:49Buschelstripwax: you would never reach ~17h runtime ;)
22:31:52stripwaxheh
22:31:59Domonoky_asdrubal: second partition... :-) ie sdb2 ..
22:32:06asdrubalDomonoky_, Uhm, I just got a message: "It seem your bootloader is already up to date. Do you really want to install it?"
22:32:09linuxstbBigBambi: Ah OK, a bit of rubbish has crept in...
22:32:37Buschelstripwax: did you watch your player switch off? it seems the player might have run some minutes beyond the last benchfile's entry
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22:33:13stripwaxthat's with 45% boost on average - vorbis would have been higher
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22:33:50Domonoky_asdrubal: did you run rbutil on this device before ?
22:34:05asdrubalDomonoky_, I ran the program and quit out of it... but I enver installed anything
22:34:10Domonoky_asdrubal: but you can safely say yes..
22:34:11stripwaxBuschel - I'm afraid I did not. Based on all previous runs, the *most* I could have had would have been about 15 more minutes
22:34:15asdrubalDomonoky_, ok...
22:34:33stripwax^ vorbis would have been higher *runtime* that is, (not higher boost)
22:35:00asdrubalDomonoky_, I just hope I don't brick it :(
22:35:20Domonoky_asdrubal: they are not this easily brickable..
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22:35:30linuxstbBigBambi: Can you try this version?
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22:35:33linuxstbhttp://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/sansa_serial_v2.diff
22:35:37BigBambisure
22:35:44stripwaxDomonoky - did you see my msg about talkfile_btn.png?
22:35:46BigBambirevert the other first I assume?
22:35:49stripwax(yesterday's log)
22:36:00asdrubalLOL, I don't think games are going to be very playable on my C240
22:36:09Domonoky_stripwax: no, missed it...
22:36:23stripwaxno biggie - just this http://www.beermex.com/talkfile_btn.png
22:36:24linuxstbBigBambi: Yes.
22:36:31*Domonoky_ doesnt have enough time to read irc logs..
22:36:47Domonoky_stripwax: nice..
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22:37:02stripwaxDo you think it matches the visual flavour of the other icons a bit better now?
22:37:05Buschelstripwax: what I meant to say was: the battery bench stops @3.7V, but the ipod will shutdown @3.3V −− so there are for sure some minutes missing. Did you know the exact time?
22:37:30Domonoky_stripwax: yes, is it selfcreated ?
22:37:44stripwaxBuschel - hm, my ipod has shut down in the past at around 3.5v .
22:37:53stripwaxDomonoky - yes
22:38:27Domonoky_stripwax: respect... commit it ! :-)
22:38:31stripwaxBuschel - which was 3% according to battery_bench.
22:38:40stripwaxDomonoky - I still do not have commit rights .. :-(
22:38:57*gevaerts seems to have isolated his bug.
22:38:59Domonoky_then i will commit for you... :-)
22:39:02stripwaxthanks!
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22:39:41stripwaxBuschel - I'll try to do the next runtime test and keep an eye on it periodically. It's difficult of course..
22:40:10asdrubalDomonoky_, uhm I think it is bricked
22:40:14BigBambilinuxstb: *PANIC* Stkov usb_core (0)
22:40:20BigBambiOn inserting cable
22:40:30asdrubalDomonoky_, I turned it off then on again, and all I get is a sansa logo... it's stuck there
22:40:35Buschelstripwax: I know :o) That's why I nowadays use the 90-10% runtime a lot more.
22:41:00Domonoky_asdrubal: and you have installed rockbox and the bootloader ?
22:41:03stripwaxBuschel - is the 90-10% range 4300 to 3300 ?
22:41:08asdrubalDomonoky_, yeah
22:41:08JdGordon|wDomonoky_: if I build the needed xml file, can you stick a .cfg editor into rbutil? or is that something which is a nice feature but far down the todo list?
22:41:14asdrubalI can't even turn it off now
22:41:15stripwaxI meant is the 100%-0% raneg 4300 to 3300 ..
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22:41:22asdrubalHow do I turn it off when it is stuck like this?
22:41:26BigBambiasdrubal: Hold power
22:41:30asdrubalI already did
22:41:31BigBambifor 15 seconds or more
22:41:33asdrubalit's stuck on Boot logo
22:41:38asdrubal15? ok
22:41:41BigBambiThis is a hardware reset
22:41:47Domonoky_JdGordon|zzz: bluebrother is planning exactly this... give the xml to him, and we will have the editor shortly :-)
22:41:50asdrubalThere it goes
22:41:52Buschelno, 90% - 10% of battery level, depends on the battery type
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22:41:55BigBambiUnless you have buggered hardware it will work
22:42:08asdrubalUgh... this is so bricked :(
22:42:15BigBambiNo, it isn't
22:42:21stripwaxBuschel - hm, which battery level should I assume for 90%-10% in my case (90%-10% of that particular run?)
22:42:25BigBambiYou really have to work to brick a Sansa
22:42:25asdrubalwhy do I get sansa logo? It should give me rockbox logo, right?
22:42:39BigBambiIt may be a little pain to recover, but it is eminently doable
22:42:42Domonoky_bricked, means unrecoverable dead... this sansa is recoverable for sure.. :-)
22:42:57asdrubalI'll have to do a manual isntall It hink
22:43:08stripwaxasdrubal- bricked means 'won't turn on, expensive paperweight' - yours is not :)
22:43:13Buschelstripwax: on the ipod runtime page you calculated 15:25 from your bench
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22:43:38stripwaxBuschel - I know - and I'm questioning my own methodology :-) What should I use?
22:43:41JdGordon|wDomonoky_: ok, does rbutil have any way of using features.txt? it will need some way to know which settings/values are ok for which target
22:43:53asdrubalWoah check this out
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22:44:15asdrubalI plugged in the power, while the unit was off... and it powered up... I got rockbox bootup text... then it goes into regular sansa menus?!
22:44:20asdrubalWTH?!
22:44:35Domonoky_JdGordon|zzz: yes the features are now in the rockbox-info.txt shiped in the zip
22:44:52JdGordon|wok cool, I'll have a look at that then
22:45:09JdGordon|wwait, which zip?
22:45:12JdGordon|wthe instal zip?
22:45:17Domonoky_rockbox zip..
22:45:25Buschelstripwax: ahem, should have opened your bench before speaking :/ it ends @17%... -> e.g. you could take 80-20 and linear extrapolate to 90-10
22:45:30Domonoky_so rbutil now the features of the installed build on the device..
22:45:39Domonoky_s/now/know/
22:45:52BigBambiasdrubal: Power how?
22:45:55BigBambiUSB cable?
22:46:01BigBambiIf so, it is supposed to do that
22:46:09asdrubalBigBambi, yeah
22:46:20BigBambiThen that is working properly
22:46:29JdGordon|wcool.. when was that added?
22:46:37asdrubalBigBambi, with the power off: I plug in USB cable... It gives me sansa logo, then I get rockbox text, then I get regular sansa menus
22:46:43BigBambiYes
22:46:43Domonoky_JdGordon|w for voice creation.. :-9
22:46:45BigBambiI know
22:46:49stripwaxBuschel - from about 40% to 0% the function is decidedly non linear (compared to the rest of the battery function from 100% to 40%). 40% to 0% takes about twenty minutes, so not sure linear extrapolation is correct either. hm.
22:46:50asdrubalBigBambi, why didn't the install work?
22:46:52BigBambiasdrubal: That is meant to happen
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22:47:18BigBambiI don't know, I wasn't paying attention at the start to what you have done
22:47:21gevaertsasdrubal: did you properly unmount the filesystem before unplugging ?
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22:47:39BigBambiBut if the going into OF on USB from off is working, the bootloader is fine
22:47:40asdrubalgevaerts, yes
22:47:50Buschelstripwax: woah! then maybe we should adapt the battery discharge curve.
22:47:51stripwaxBuschel - do you have OpenOffice?
22:47:58stripwaxI can send you the plots..
22:48:04BigBambiasdrubal: So can you reconnect it and make sure you have a proper .rockbox folder etc.
22:48:12BigBambireconnect to PC that is
22:48:14stripwaxBuschel - we should..
22:50:47Buschelbut not today −− I'll leave for getting some sleep now :o)
22:50:52Buschelgood night!
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22:51:15asdrubalBigBambi, OK
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22:52:13asdrubalBig Uhm...
22:52:14asdrubal?−−−−−−−−- ? ? ? ? ? .rockbox
22:52:25BigBambiThere is something uo with your filesystem
22:52:27asdrubaldrwx−−−−−− 5 nicholas root 16384 2007-02-08 13:28 SYSTEM/
22:52:28stripwaxBuschel - for the logs :-) http://www.beermex.com/battery_bench.ods
22:52:35BigBambiasdrubal: What OS are you on?
22:52:38asdrubalLeenucks
22:52:45BigBambiLinux I assume from that>
22:52:49stripwax^ and anyone else who wants to visualise the ipod 5G 64MB battery decay curve
22:53:06BigBambiCan you run fsck.vfat on it?
22:53:13Domonoky_asdrubal: check you filesystem... did you really unmount properly ?
22:53:35BigBambiNot safely unmounting seems the likely culprit for the filesystem mess
22:53:56asdrubalDomonoky_, Maybe not... I'll try redoing the install
22:54:07BigBambiasdrubal: I'd sort out the filesystem first
22:54:16BigBambiTry fsck.vfat on it
22:54:28asdrubaldosfsck 2.11, 12 Mar 2005, FAT32, LFN
22:54:29asdrubalInvalid disk format in boot sector.
22:54:52BigBambidid you use any flags?
22:55:06asdrubalnope
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22:55:26BigBambi-a or -r would be useful (for automatic or interactive repair)
22:56:28asdrubalBigBambi, uh oh... rbutil won't let me pick sansa c200... says it's invalid
22:56:38BigBambiHave you repaired the filesystem yet?
22:56:51asdrubalI get the same message
22:56:54asdrubalinvalid bootsector
22:57:01asdrubalnicholas@linuxbox:~/rbutilqt$ sudo fsck.vfat -a /dev/sdb1
22:57:01asdrubaldosfsck 2.11, 12 Mar 2005, FAT32, LFN
22:57:01asdrubalInvalid disk format in boot sector.
22:57:05BigBambiWell until you fix that it ain't gonna work
22:57:15Domonoky_run fsck.vfat -r
22:57:17asdrubalcan I mkvfat on it?
22:57:29asdrubalDomonoky_, same thing
22:57:44asdrubalIf it's ok to format the partition, I'll do tha
22:58:40Bagderyeah, the fsck tool for vfat isn't as good as one would like it to be
22:59:03BagderI've been forced to re-mkfs in the past to get around problems
22:59:04gevaertsasdrubal: you can. Make sure you format the first partition though
22:59:06asdrubalso can I format the disk?
22:59:22asdrubalgevaerts, I already backed up the partition with cp -a before I tried to isntall any bootload
22:59:30asdrubalgevaerts, so I can just copy the data back right?
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23:00:11gevaertsasdrubal: if there's anything you want, yes. What I meant was to make sure not to accidentaly format the second (=sansa firmware) partition.
23:00:44asdrubalgevaerts, ok... Are you familiar with mkdosfs ? Do I need special flags to make that vfat?
23:01:06asdrubalI see mkdosfs -F 32
23:01:28gevaertsasdrubal: I think that should work. If not, you can always try again
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23:05:30linuxstbBigBambi: Hmm, I'm not sure why that would happen. Here's my final attempt though - http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/sansa_serial_v3.diff
23:05:39BigBambiOK, one mo
23:07:44asdrubalgevaerts, well I reformatted, copied over my backup filesystem, and am reinstalling with rbutil.. this time I'll be 100% sure I umount.. ;)
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23:09:27asdrubalYAY I GOT ROCKBOX! :) LOL
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23:09:51BigBambilinuxstb: Just freezes with rockbox still visible like v1
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23:11:50asdrubalThanks for the help guys! you "rock"
23:13:28BigBambilinuxstb: I also just retried v2 - no stkov this time, but just a freeze like the others
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23:14:45linuxstbBigBambi: OK, thanks. I guess I need someone who knows the Sansa hardware (jhMikes?) to comment...
23:14:54BigBambino probs :)
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23:15:14linuxstbOr I may just be doing something stupid - if anyone else wants to look - http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/sansa_serial_v3.diff
23:16:44asdrubalHmm I hit the record button, but I can't get it to stop recording
23:16:57BigBambiasdrubal: Check the manual
23:17:34asdrubalHeh
23:18:25*amiconn returns
23:18:32amiconnNico_P: ping
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23:19:56linuxstbBigBambi: BTW, which device do you have?
23:20:01BigBambie260
23:20:03pixelmaBigBambi: won't help him... (in the recording screen - for the c200 it is (a) wrong and (b) not a very nice keymapping yet which is probably the reason for
23:20:19BigBambipixelma: Ha, OK. Good advice in general though :)
23:20:31pygohey, I'm kinda curious... any ideas when rockbox will be out for the 6th gen ipods? ie. ipod classic?
23:20:36pygocan I beta test a port?
23:20:45BigBambiWhen the sun goes round the moon
23:20:51linuxstbpygo: No-one is working on it.
23:20:53pygoI'm just desperate to get rid of itunes and be able to use flac
23:20:55pygomk
23:20:57BigBambipygo: If you create a port, you are welcome to test it all you like
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23:21:06pygohmmmm
23:21:12gevaertslinuxstb: I can't see anything obvious
23:22:07linuxstbgevaerts: No, nor me... It works without the i2c_readbyte() calls, so something seems wrong there.
23:22:27pixelmaasdrubal: currently it's a long press of "power" to stop recording, don't hold it too long though
23:22:41pygoI don't suppose it'd be as simple as changing a few make flags, would it? lol
23:22:48stripwaxpygo - none of the ipod classic owners have so far been willing/able to develop a rockbox port , and none of the core rockbox developers have information on how the ipod classic is encrypted in any case , so no port is likely any time soon
23:22:59pygomk
23:23:10stripwaxpygo- hah. you're welcome to experiment with changing make file flags :-)
23:23:14gevaertslinuxstb: I'll try on my c250 in a minute
23:23:39BigBambipygo: If changing some flags will overcome encrypted firmware and unknown hardware with no docs, go ahead
23:25:27*gevaerts wants a rockbox port to the gameboy, so we can run rockbox on rockbox
23:25:39amiconnHahaha
23:25:46stripwaxhehe
23:25:52BigBambihoho
23:25:57amiconnRunning rockbox on an 8 bit cpu....
23:26:07JdGordon|wyou can do it!
23:26:12gevaertsmaybe four of them ?
23:26:17BigBambilol
23:26:35amiconnWell, you need to find a suitable free C compiler
23:27:14gevaertslinuxstb: Stkov (0)
23:27:24BigBambigevaerts: v3?
23:27:33amiconnActually, supporting Z80 isn't that far fetched. Afaik one of the 'rockchip' SoCs is basically a Z80 on speed with a tacked-on dsp
23:27:47gevaertsBigBambi: yes
23:28:02pygoyou can run the z80 cpu at a good 40mhz or so
23:28:17asdrubalRock box is Tre Elite
23:28:20BigBambiI just got a freeze with that, but then with v2 I got a freeze once and a stkov (0) once
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23:28:33tessaraktavr is 8bit as well, isn't it?
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23:29:16tessaraktuh?
23:29:33tessaraktNo standard toolchain for z80?
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23:30:04Nico_Pamiconn: pong
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23:34:57stripwaxWhere are target- (or battery-)specific battery decay functions defined in rockbox?
23:35:40JdGordon|wbattery.c or something
23:35:54Nico_Pstripwax: hi! have you seen my patch from yesterday?
23:36:01stripwax−− not yet!
23:36:05stripwaxwhere is it?
23:36:12stripwaxJdGordon|w - thanks, will hunt
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23:37:04Nico_Pstripwax: http://pastebin.ca/899310
23:37:16JdGordon|wstripwax: :p I remember there is a slightly messy table, but other than it being in firmware/ i cant help
23:37:16Nico_Pshould fix the behaviour we discussed
23:37:39stripwaxNico_P - ah, awesome. was just taking a look at trying to understand the buffering code :-[
23:37:41stripwax:-p even!
23:38:15Nico_Pstripwax: well I don't want to prevent you from doing that! Another set of eyes is welcome
23:38:20stripwaxNico_P - :)
23:38:22asdrubalI'm having trouble access the USB from my computer after installing rockbox
23:38:27Nico_Pquestions are welcome
23:38:34BigBambiasdrubal: use the OF
23:38:38asdrubalOF?
23:38:41asdrubalwhat does that mean
23:38:42stripwaxSo it will now always attempt to rebuffer when you add a new entry to the playlist, correct?
23:38:46BigBambioriginal firmware
23:38:49asdrubalOriginal.. yeah
23:39:12stripwaxNico_P - no optimisation yet on whether it ends up rebuffering stuff it doesn't need to
23:39:17BigBambiThe rockbox USB stack for portalplayer targets is not quite complete
23:39:54Nico_Pstripwax: no. that needs to be handled by playback.c anyway. buffering.c isn't supposed to know what it buffers
23:40:05stripwaxsure
23:40:32stripwaxwill try it out
23:40:32Nico_Pbasically the change is that everytime bufopen is called, the buffering thread is notified and goes in filling mode
23:40:55Nico_Pthe drawback is that the notification will interrupt an in-progress buffering for a short while
23:40:57stripwaxyep. but bufopen only gets called when something gets added to the playlist? or can it get called more often than that?
23:41:22Nico_Pit gets called by audio_load_track, so that's about it yes
23:42:03asdrubalBigBambi, I see
23:42:12asdrubalBigBambi, so can this sansa access SDHC cards?
23:42:12stripwaxHm - if I insert a single track to the end of the playlist, will it try and rebuffer the entire playlist? and if I then insert another single track onto the end of the playlist while it's doing that, it will just start over again?
23:42:28BigBambiasdrubal: Rockbox can, the OF can't
23:42:31stripwax(just so I understand what interrupt meant, above)
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23:42:45BigBambiasdrubal: So for now to put music on a SDHC you must use a card reader
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23:43:18asdrubalBig Heh... I wonder if my "sandisk card reader" can read sdhc... I'll have to find out
23:43:27asdrubalconsidering it uses linux drivers maybe...
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23:44:53asdrubalsweet, it can
23:44:55Nico_Pstripwax: those things aren't changed. by interrupt I mean that the buffering thread will stop buffering data to treat the event so a few cycles are lost
23:45:14stripwaxoh, I'm sure that's fine
23:45:20Nico_P(buffer_handle() checks the message queue and returns if there are new messages)
23:45:57gevaertsIs there an easy way to see if I'm near the stack space limit ?
23:47:28stripwaxJdGordon|w - found in target/arm/ipod/powermgmt-ipod-pcf.c (etc)
23:47:34peturgevaerts: system -> debug maybe?
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23:47:45JdGordon|wstripwax: that was goin to be my next guess :p
23:48:44peturgevaerts: there you find 'view OS stacks'
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23:50:48stripwaxJdGordon|w :-) am I to interpret percent_to_volt_discharge to mean "given a percentage of run *time* remaining, what voltage reading would we expect to be reading"? (which rockbox presumably bsearches to determine run time remaining)
23:51:02gevaertspetur: Are those numbers current usage or maximum ?
23:51:12amiconnmaximum
23:51:29*Nico_P never thinks to use this screen
23:51:34JdGordon|wstripwax: dunno
23:51:46stripwaxok! :-) well, I'll submit a patch anyway..
23:51:55Nico_PJdGordon|w: is lostlogic around?
23:52:35*JdGordon|w punches lostlogic through the intertube things
23:52:45Nico_Pamiconn: any reasons the values are all 50% in the sim? no real stacks there?
23:53:04 Quit ol_schoola ()
23:53:05Nico_PJdGordon|w: ah I thought you might be in the same physical place as him
23:53:11amiconnI didn't even know the sims have that screen
23:53:17JdGordon|wna, we are both at work
23:53:23amiconnIt is meaningless there (at least the stack percentage is)
23:53:32Nico_Pok
23:53:56 Quit karashata (" HydraIRC -> http://www.hydrairc.com <- *I* use it, so it must be good!")
23:53:56Nico_PI have *no* idea how much stack the buffering thread really uses
23:54:25JdGordon|w20% on my sansa
23:54:26amiconnThe sim uses host os threads.
23:54:49amiconnI don't know of any standard way to get stack usage information on that, or a way to set stack size
23:54:50Nico_PJdGordon|w: then maybe the buffering thread stack could be made smaller
23:55:05JdGordon|wprobably
23:55:29Nico_PI'll investigate that when I get a real target
23:55:31JdGordon|wscroll is using 6% and backlight is 12%
23:55:37JdGordon|wthose could be shrunken lots
23:55:45JdGordon|wtagcache is 12% also
23:55:51amiconnWell, we use a set minimum stack size
23:56:00gevaertsHow do I disable the USB screen ? It starts and disappears at the same time as my thread, so I can't see anything
23:56:07amiconn...which is 1KB. No thread has less stack than that
23:56:30preglowwell, defines for each stack size wouldn't really be bad idea
23:56:42preglowbut not target dependent
23:57:09preglowand always with a good amount of space left, preferably
23:57:12Nico_Pamiconn: the buffering thread uses more than the default
23:57:26amiconnJdGordon|w: Many threads only show little stack usage unless they have actually done something
23:57:33*JdGordon|w knows
23:57:35*gevaerts undoes his bugfix from a few days ago
23:57:47amiconnFor tagcache, try doing a full db rebuild or something like that, and then re-check
23:58:14amiconnpreglow: Defining the stack too tight would in fact be a bad
23:58:18 Quit OlivierBorowski (Remote closed the connection)
23:58:18amiconn..idea
23:58:18preglowamiconn: agreed
23:58:25preglowand i don't want that
23:58:41JdGordon|wexcess ram usage is definatly better than stkovs
23:58:50Nico_Pvery true
23:58:50amiconnI remember the nasty crashes of the new voice code on PP, because PP needs a bit more stack than coldfire, and the stack was too tight

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