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#rockbox log for 2008-10-26

00:00:04denes_some clever samsung software
00:00:18LloreanXavierGr: Yes, and that's why I'm indifferent about the setting, because it doesn't force those of us who CAN read the screen fine to have to wait longer for our lines to repeat.
00:00:32rasherFrankly, I think making something a setting is a cop-out for someone who's afraid of getting unpopular by setting/changing a default
00:00:32LloreanIf you want to *just* offer larger sizes, I'll go ahead and say I'm against it completely now.
00:01:17denes_gevaerts: hi! so I can mostly read the nand flash in the meizu m3. it's not difficult, the hard part is the FLT.
00:01:30denes_gevaerts: I am trying to reverse engineer it, but it will take a long time
00:01:44rasherI'm not against increasing the size, but not to half the viewport width - that's just an absurd amount in many cases. It should be relative to the font size in some way.
00:02:10XavierGrrasher: well as you said yes, it IS a cop-out
00:02:12gevaertsdenes_: I still have to try to get USB working on it. That should help a lot with testing
00:02:21XavierGrbecause there are many many different views on this
00:02:29denes_gevaerts: well, indeed a full flash dump would be a lot of help
00:02:34rasherXavierGr: Also, I wouldn't exactly call Llorean's answer on the task an endorsement of a setting
00:02:56blkhawkis the sansa e200v2 stuff testable now?
00:03:05gevaertsOf course anyone can do this. All code is in svn
00:03:23*blkhawk thinks about getting the code in the git repository
00:03:27denes_gevaerts: the good thing is, that the OF is full of debug strings
00:03:43denes_gevaerts: in the FLT part, that's from samsung
00:03:47XavierGrrasher: true, it is just a minor boost, the end result will come with objections or being affirmative here
00:03:52gevaertsnice :)
00:03:56denes_gevaerts: s/FLT/FTL
00:03:58XavierGror just plain silence = meaning you don't care
00:04:49denes_gevaerts: there are even assert()s in the code
00:06:14LloreanXavierGr: Maybe you should bring up discussion of it on the -dev list.
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00:06:25*gevaerts thinks that someone released the wrong build
00:06:38denes_gevaerts: btw the same FTL - at least one with the same name, "whimory" - is used in other players with samsung chips, eg. iphone
00:06:53denes_gevaerts: and iriver t10
00:08:01XavierGrLlorean: seems that the task just hit a dead end, indeed the proper method to resolve it is to just post it on the dev list
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00:49:11syn4pseis it bad to call rb->button_get(true) and then call it again? i can't figure out why my plugin is crashing and i'm grasping at straws.
00:49:32*Strife89 is back (gone 00:27:50)
00:49:37linuxstbIt what way is it crashing?
00:49:57syn4psethe screen flashes and then the player powers off
00:49:59*linuxstb wonders why bertrik hasn't committed his i2c driver
00:50:12*Strife89 is away: Homework to do, food to eat.....
00:50:21syn4psei can't seem to trace the error in the simulator
00:50:41syn4psethat is, i cannot duplicate the crash in the simulator
00:51:08linuxstbAnd it was working fine before you changed to button_get() ?
00:51:43syn4pseno, i think it was fine until i got rid of a typedef struct and started using an array instead
00:52:33gevaertshm, maybe I need to compare our usb_drv_arc.c to linux fsl_usb2.c some day
00:52:45syn4psein all respects the code looks cleaner to me now, and i am glad it was suggested :) just can't get past this crash.
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01:24:47*linuxstb looks around for an e200v2 tester....
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01:35:13n17ikhwe getting close to having a port for the v2?
01:35:36n17ikhand by having a port, I mean having bootable code, I guess
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01:39:20domonokyit crashes just at the start of the plugin ? maybe its the stack ?
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01:40:23domonokyn17ikh: we have bootable code for v2, but the flash access is still missing. So only a early bootloader works..
01:40:33n17ikhah
01:41:58syn4psedomonky: it crashes in the middle. it may be a logic error, i'm trying to see if i am going out of bounds
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02:09:14Strife89I just set a build environment back up, using LinuxSimpleGuideToCompiling to be sure I didn't forget anything, but.....
02:09:20Strife89http://pastebin.com/d44edd59d
02:10:04linuxstbLooks like you didn't add the compiler directory to your path.
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02:18:44linuxstbStrife89: The wiki tells you to type exit and reopen the terminal.
02:19:16Strife89linuxstb: That does not log one off in Ubuntu.
02:19:25rasherYou don't need to log off.
02:19:30rasherJust reopen the terminal
02:19:49Strife89 . . . .
02:20:00*Strife89 feels rather idiotic.
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02:28:18Strife89Has something been committed recently that broke any plugins? I'm getting some unusual compiling errors.
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02:28:41Strife89Many of them are like " warning: pointer targets in assignment differ in signedness"
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02:28:57mc2739linuxstb: do you still need an e200v2 tester?
02:30:44linuxstbYes - I want to see if a) the backlight works the same way as the v1; and b) if the lcd driver in svn does anything. Are you happy compiling things?
02:31:17mc2739yes, I'll try it now
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02:31:33saratogawe have decided on a date for the 3.1 feature freeze?
02:32:43linuxstbmc2739: Can you try with the latest SVN (I committed some things an hour or so ago) along with a patch I'm about to make?
02:33:01saratogaif not, I wouldn't mind the first week of january, since I'm probably not the only person who will have more time to program over Christmas break
02:33:37rashersaratoga: sounds like a good plan
02:33:41mc2739linuxstb: updating svn now
02:34:14saratogai also think that since 3.1 will be such an incremental update over 3 that we can get away with a shorter feature freeze
02:34:40linuxstbI thought there was a desire for 3-monthly releases - meaning release around Christmas Day.?
02:35:22saratogado we have to have a rigid 3 month release schedule?
02:35:44linuxstbmc2739: Have you tried the svn code before?
02:36:00rasherI think 3 months +/- a few weeks is reasonable
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02:37:05mc2739linuxstb: yes - I have built and tested code from svn on the e200v2
02:37:40linuxstbmc2739: http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/test1.diff - this is bertrik's i2c driver patch from flyspray, with a change by me to use it to enable the backlight (on the assumption that it's the same as the e200v1)
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02:39:15mc2739linuxstb: would you like me to test separately?
02:39:28n1sStrife89: that is a warning that we turn off for certain gcc versions, configure is responsible for this and if you ran it before adding arm-elf-gcc to your path it couldn't know which version you are using so it didn't turn it off, consensus: reconfigure
02:39:39linuxstbmc2739: No, there's little point testing the svn code - if the backlight doesn't work, I don't think you'll be able to see anything.
02:39:53mc2739linuxstb: true
02:40:03Strife89n1s: Note taken. Thanks. :)
02:43:51mc2739linuxstb: got this error - http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/62668/
02:44:13linuxstbmc2739: Had you already applied that patch from flyspray?
02:44:30linuxstbOr did you just apply that patch and my patch?
02:44:36mc2739yes, but reverted
02:44:44mc2739just your patch
02:45:08linuxstbreverting isn't enough - the new files would have stayed there
02:45:21mc2739also ran make clean
02:45:44linuxstbYou need to delete the files the flyspray patch added.
02:45:51mc2739ok
02:46:29linuxstbSo delete firmware/target/arm/as3525/as3525-codec.*, then type "svn revert bootloader/sansa_as3525.c", and then try applying my patch again.
02:46:54linuxstbOr in fact, you also need to revert firmware/SOURCES
02:47:38linuxstbA tip for the future - type "svn st" after you do an svn revert, and then shows you any new files still there.
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02:48:44mc2739clean build this time - now running mkamsboot
02:49:15*linuxstb hopes this doesn't do anything nasty...
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02:53:18mc2739linuxstb: sorry - no backlight
02:54:19linuxstbOh well...
02:54:29mc2739I can still boot OF though
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02:57:01linuxstbmc2739: OK, thanks for testing.
02:57:28mc2739no problem
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02:47:12syn4pseis there a way to use assert.h? even just temporarily?
02:49:18JdGordonfor what? you can use panicf() if you want to kill it if something goes wrong
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03:06:51syn4psehow does panicf() exit?
03:07:30syn4psei need a little info, i'm having trouble tracing a bug that i can't reproduce in the simulator
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06:48:57JdGordonXavierGr: oh the joys of "democracy" :p
06:55:25XavierGr JdGordon: hehe, indeed :)
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08:06:22*amiconn ponders implementing automatic DST adjustment for the RTC targets
08:06:49JdGordon.. really?!
08:07:48XavierGrindeed time will change once again today
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08:11:03amiconnJdGordon: Why not? Manual adjustment gets increasingly annoying with more and more clocks to adjust
08:11:16*amiconn has 7 RTC targets
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08:11:51*JdGordon is shocked
08:12:05amiconn??
08:12:07JdGordonfor something that happens twice a year, you want to waste a fair bit of bin for?
08:12:42amiconnImo it'd be less wasted than many other features... Btw, I don't think it will need that much
08:13:41amiconnThe .cfg file would contain the 2 rules, for switching to and from DST, in some compact form
08:13:45JdGordonremember there is alot more than 1 set of timezones... unless you want to add a setting for "summertime +1", "summertime +2" or "wintertime"
08:14:54amiconnThe rules for the respective timezone would be loaded from a text file in the necessary option screen
08:15:43JdGordonhitting the disk for a setting? another general nono
08:15:51amiconnhuh?
08:16:24JdGordonI'm just pointing out all the general rules which you are usually avid supporter off when it comes to adding features
08:16:54amiconnMaybe I was unclear when describing how it would work
08:17:24JdGordonwell, to be fair, you havnt actually described it at all yet :p
08:17:32amiconnOf course it wouldn't hit the disk on every boot. It would be very similar to selecting a new font or wps
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08:19:20amiconnThe list (or perhaps even a single .tzone file for each supported time zone - then it could even reuse the file browser for the time zone selector) would just contain the rules for switching to and from DST, similar to how the good old novell netware did it
08:19:59amiconnThose rules are just a few numbers, e.g. for Germany:
08:20:14amiconntodst=3 0 -1 2 00
08:20:23amiconnfromdst=10 0 -1 3 00
08:21:05amiconn(meaning last Sunday in March, 2:00 and last Sunday in October, 3:00, respectively)
08:21:40amiconnThese rules would be written to the .cfg when selected
08:22:27amiconnOnly the .cfg would be evaluated at boot, plus a bit in the nvram settings that tells whether we're in dst or not
08:22:45*JdGordon *really* wants to fight this one.. but yes, changing the time on the DAP is a huge PITA
08:23:32XavierGramiconn: so if the dst setting is on, on booting it will check if time is after the selection and change time respectively?
08:23:37amiconnThen the current time and date would be matched against the rules and the status bit, and the time changed accordingly when they don't match
08:24:39XavierGrto make it harder: what happens if the dst change happens while the unit is on :P
08:24:44amiconnMany devies already do that today, so I don't see why rockbox shouldn't (if it can be implemented in a compact way)
08:25:27JdGordonit needs another number though... its not always 1 hour which gets added!
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08:25:49amiconnXavierGr: Either it would be adjusted at next boot, or it could check every minute or so (e.g. in the powermgmt thread, which already updates some things every minute)
08:25:56JdGordonwe had +2 hours one year for the olympics (which REALLY sucked) but some countries might actually do this always
08:26:13JdGordononce per hour is more than enough to check it
08:26:37amiconnJdGordon: Yeah, the offset should also be selectable (in minutes to keep it simple & flexible)
08:26:59amiconnJdGordon: That would be more difficult than checking every minute
08:27:26JdGordonI tihnk its easier to just add a setting in the options like i said above
08:27:32amiconnYou would then need to make sure to check in the zeroth minute of every hour
08:28:57amiconnOr when the DST change in some time zone doesn't happen at :00, in the respective minute.
08:34:05JdGordonof FFS... damn plugins cant use LAND_ ids :'( there goes that idea
08:34:14*JdGordon goned
08:37:13XavierGramiconn: though the adjustment at next boot would be simpler, what are the odds that the user will be in rockbox while dst change?
08:37:51XavierGrI don't really know how other devices counter this
08:40:02amiconnXavierGr: That completely depends on usage pattern
08:41:17amiconnThe (rockboxed) DAPs are a major part of my set of clocks to adjust at dst change. Many others are radio controlled, or adjust themselves by other means (e.g. NTP, built-in rules)
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08:43:02XavierGramiconn: I am not arguing about DST detection, I just noted that checking every minute IF dst changed while the user was using rockbox is more complex than just ignoring it and correcting it at the next boot
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08:44:25XavierGrbut if you think the overhead is little, why not, one way or the other I assume that this will be selectable (to detect for dst or not). so no harm
08:45:12amiconnWell, as with every setting we need a sane default. SInce we cannot predict where rockbox will be installed the default would be no dst adjustment
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08:55:44*amiconn agrees with JdGordon regarding r18832
08:56:19amiconnThe only thing I didn't like about it was the red delta, but I looked at the code and couldn't find a more efficient way to do it (yet)
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08:57:28amiconnThe id3 viewer is now more usable especially on the player... less presses of '+' / '-' until you get to see the desired information
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09:00:26amiconnThe drawback is that the amount of presses now varies depending on the track, but then you can't use the id3 viewer without looking at the screen anyway. It's not voiced, and cannot be voiced easily since we have no TTS engine.
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09:51:25lhcguys , when i try to install rockbox, it say "could not open ipod", OS=f9
09:51:48lhchelp
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10:37:52amiconnlinuxstb: Where did you put the arm nrv2e ucl decompressor in svn? I can't seem to find it
10:38:15linuxstbIt's part of mkamsboot - rbutil/mkamsboot/
10:38:37amiconnAh, somehow I didn't expect mkamsboot *below* rbutil...
10:39:10*amiconn is looking into an SH1 asm version, for faster and smaller ucl decompression both in the flash loader and the self-extractor
10:39:50linuxstbHow big is the C code on SH1?
10:40:03amiconn~540 bytes iirc
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10:40:56amiconnThe optimisation potential when using asm comes from using the carry bit instead of cumbersome bit masking (only possible method in C)
10:41:07amiconn(carry bit equals the T bit on SH1)
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10:41:32linuxstbThere are other asm versions in the upx source code if they will help - including x86, m68k, mips and powerpc
10:42:12amiconnYeah, I know. x86 won't be of any help for me - I tried to understand it once, but it's just an incredibly irregular asm dialect
10:42:39amiconnThe thumb version looks like it can be ported fairly easily
10:43:18pixelmaspeaking of the time settings... there is this bug that if a line in the menu you select it from has to scroll it'll appear in the settings screen (probably not the only screen with this bug...)
10:43:46amiconnpixelma: This was fixed quite a few revisions ago...
10:44:09amiconnr18802
10:45:14pixelmahmm... sorry, didn't remember that and didn't expect to be that outdated :\
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12:08:41ender`let's see, it was this one: All repair work will be done by an in-house maintenance staff. Any alleged "repairmen" who show up at the fortress will be escorted to the dungeon. −− Evil Overlord List #230
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12:32:22JdGordonfor those that care... the e200 sim has 160 settings....
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12:35:28JdGordonsorry, 168...
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12:59:32JdGordon:( stalled or slow build?
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13:01:16n1sJdGordon: what is that settings dumper for?
13:01:34JdGordonexactly what the decription is...
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13:01:57JdGordonits actually something from the origional setting code which was never put back in when we moved to the .cfg files
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13:07:17rasherJdGordon: Dear god. That's far too many already.
13:08:00JdGordonits lower than I thought...I've been saying 180 for a while now which apparently is an overstatement
13:08:10JdGordonand no, I dont see why its too many
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13:08:55rasherThen there's no point trying to explain it.
13:09:15JdGordonexplain what?
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13:09:34blkhawkJdGordon: don't ask - he won't explain :)
13:10:11rasherWhy it's too many - if you seriously don't think 160-something settings is too many, there's no point trying to discuss it.
13:10:42JdGordonlike i said in the tracker.... my config is only ~20 changes, I dont care or am happy with the defaults for the other 140
13:11:00JdGordonwhoever said we are trying to make a "one size fits all" os here?
13:11:26rasherBecause that's exactly what I'm saying, yes.
13:11:29rasherChrist.
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13:11:49pixelmaJdGordon: that argument could be used against you too ;)
13:11:54JdGordonimho the only valid problem with the settings is the menu layout, not the number
13:12:04JdGordonyes, I know
13:12:18JdGordonI also know that plenty of people have much bigger config.cfg's
13:12:51JdGordonwe should have a serious discussion about splitting off the more "Advanced" settings to unclutter the menu
13:13:22*JdGordon disagrees with the argument that adding settings makes the code harder to maintain
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13:22:29pixelman1s: about the keypad defitions in the calendar plugin - the ONDIO_PAD ones aren't needed, the Ondio doesn't have an RTC - and the X5M5_PAD defines two unusable button combos
13:23:33pixelmayou can't have combos on that pad (except with the power "button" but that's not really usable)
13:24:37n1spixelma: could you suggest new combos?
13:24:56funmanlinuxstb: I suppose that the backlight of e200v2 is directly on a gpio pin
13:25:46pixelman1s: I try to think of something. As I said no combos, one thing you could do is short and long button presses
13:26:40n1si have never used an x5 or m5 so i don't think i will be able to come up with anything nice
13:29:55linuxstbfunman: Yes, maybe. I know nothing about either the v1 or v2 e200s...
13:30:08linuxstbfunman: Are you planning on posting a patch with your SDRAM code?
13:30:14*linuxstb needs to run, back later...
13:30:23pixelman1s: will have to find out more about the controls of the plugin first. Guess I'll try out on my c200
13:30:32funmanlinuxstb: when it's tested on e200
13:35:14pixelman1s: the "Play" and the "Rec" button seem to not be used yet, unless I'm overlooking something. These are the side buttons, you can have a look at their layout in the manual svg, maybe that would be a possibility
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13:36:53pixelma"Rec" is above "Play", so maybe the former for previous month and the latter for next month
13:40:04pixelmaI could try myself...
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13:43:37n1spixelma: that's exactly what i did, you want to try it before i commit?
13:45:46pixelmawas about to but I can't imagine anything better at the moment...
13:46:00n1si'll go ahead then
13:47:40pixelmago, go, go :)
13:47:52n1s...and done!
13:50:17bertrikfunman, hi. I think I have a pretty good clue on how to turn on the e200v2 backlight
13:50:37bertrikon e200v1 it's on the DCD15 output of the codec, not on a GPIO pin
13:51:08funmanbertrik: I think someone just tried using the same method on e200v2 - and couldn't get the backlight
13:51:23funmanMy only argument is that it's a GPIO pin on the m200v2
13:51:45bertrikfunman, who? and do you think or know it?
13:52:25funmanhttp://www.rockbox.org/irc/log-20081026#02:30:44
13:52:45*JdGordon has nothing better to do if you have something you want fiddled with?
13:53:22funmanwell, figure the backlight ;)
13:53:45JdGordonI dont even know how to build a bootloader...
13:54:24pixelmaJdGordon: if that was dericted at everyone... FS #8998? ;)
13:54:40pixelmadirect too
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13:57:04bertrikfunman, ok, that was exactly what I was thinking about. Too bad it apparently didn't work. I would think it was on dcdc15 and not on a GPIO, because e200v1 does it like that and the backlight brightness can be set in different steps which would not be as easy with a single gpio
13:57:58JdGordonis setting every bit on each gpio untill something happens dangerous?
13:58:09bertrikfunman, I think I'll direct all of my clip/sansav2 attention now to the sd interface too
13:58:48funmanmaybe it's not dcdc15 but another address? I see no modification of gpio pins in the disassembly near the lcd code
13:59:02funmanJdGordon: in theory, yes
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14:00:44bertrikif the hardware designers did their job properly then it shouldn't be dangerous
14:02:05rasherAnd we all know DAP hardware designers are infallible.
14:03:04JdGordonpixelma: ok, ill make a deal with you... ill whip up a patch and do basic testing if you'll test it properly?
14:03:23*JdGordon is pretty sure his fix is safe for all the plugins whihc this is an issue, but doesnt want to test 30 plugins
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14:06:06bertrikJdGordon, a big stumbling block that's keeping e200v2 back right now is the lack of display IMO. linuxstd did some updates to that, can you experiment with it a bit to get it working?
14:06:31pixelmaJdGordon: I'll test - currently testing all of them with an unusual colour setting anyways because there are differences how you easily it is to notice depending on your set global colours. Some plugins seem to use the right colours (e.g. chessbox and dice)
14:06:47pixelmas/you//
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14:07:43JdGordonbertrik: yeah, I'm up for testing/fidling..
14:08:40*JdGordon thinks he should learn arm assembly after exams
14:09:09bertrikI can't give any specific pointers to be honest, basically just read the datasheets and fiddle with it, you may need to use a flashlight/torch to see if anything is happening
14:10:21bertrikIf you've ever read assembly for another processor, learned ARM assembly isn't that hard IMO
14:10:36bertriklearned -> learning
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14:12:59cqtchGuys i just bought an e280 v2 and studied it the whole night. Can some of you tell me if and when Rockbox will be avaiable for v2?
14:13:14JdGordonhopefully soon...
14:13:34cqtchso its gonna happen in near future?
14:14:01JdGordonmaybe
14:14:05JdGordonhopefully
14:14:09domonokycqtch: we can not say when its ready, but people are working on it...
14:15:29JdGordonpixelma: that patch will screw up any plugins which specify a viewport but are lazy/not updated and still use the old menu api... but i dont think thats going to happen
14:17:46JdGordonbertrik: even if it doesnt do anything... whats the steps to build and install code on the thing?
14:18:36pixelmaI don't understand that statement fully. But last I looked (a while ago) sudoku still included the old menu api
14:19:00JdGordonyeah, but it probably still uses the full screen viewport
14:19:25JdGordonarg.. im tired
14:19:34JdGordonthe problem is stupid plugins using their own colours
14:19:39bertrikconfigure rockbox to build an e200v2 bootloader, build it, build rbutil/mkamsboot and run mkamsboot to combine an original firmware with the rockbox bootloader and put the generated image on the e200v2
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14:24:15JdGordonbertrik: and once its on, does dual booting work?
14:25:24domonokyJdGordon: yes, dualboot should work..
14:26:36JdGordonfor some reaosn I have to rmmod ehci_hcd for it to work!
14:27:32domonokyeither "down" or usb should boot into the OF on e200v2...
14:27:34JdGordonhmm... no, its not mounting at all now
14:28:04JdGordonok thanks, ill try getting it going tomorow, its being stupid tonight
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14:35:46bertrikthe radio chip in the clip looks soo much easier to use than other radio chips I've seen so far
14:35:56cqtchdomonoky: thanks
14:36:33bertrikit has its own firmware and even seems to do the seeking for you.
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14:37:22cqtchfor the v2 i mean
14:38:05bertrikno
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15:03:38rasherHard disk?
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15:21:21n1srasher: iirc gevaerts added it so he could build with multivolume support on targets without hotswap
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15:54:28linuxstbbertrik: Did you check the patch I wrote to test the backlight on the e200v2?
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15:55:08J-23hmm, anything to test on e200v2's?
15:58:02blkhawkya
15:58:14blkhawkI have one and i would love to test something
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16:01:57linuxstbIs it an AS3514 in the 3525?
16:03:00bertriklooks very much like that, I haven't made a systematic comparison yet
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16:04:27linuxstbI wonder if there needs to be any other initialisation before we can use it.
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16:05:43bertrikI noticed that some of the volume controls (like line, headphone, speaker) need to be enabled first in the audiosetx registers before they can be accessed. I think this was not the case in as3514, I'll check right away.
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16:09:58bertrikthe OF doesn't show it, but maybe it is actually set for DRM purposes
16:14:52bertrikregister 0x17 (USB_UTIL) is present in the as3525 but not in as3514. The rest of the registers indices matches the as3514.
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16:21:37n1sbertrik: several OFs don't have clocks even though the hardware has a RTC, the beast for example, and the h300 OF didn't get clock until one of the last versions
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16:44:41iufunman congratulations for your work!
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16:47:32iuis there anyone?
16:47:45*domonoky waves..
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16:48:42iuwhat's NOW progress of the clip rockboxing?
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16:49:43funmaniu: hi, now you can help with the NAND flash access (with SD protocol)
16:49:56iufunman im IudeX
16:49:57iu:)
16:50:12iudo you remember me?
16:50:16funmanI was wondering ;) yes I remember yo
16:50:17funmanu
16:50:22iuim on onther computer
16:50:27iuand other nick ;(
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16:50:56funmandid you start disassembling the Original Firmware ?
16:51:11iuno i don't have time :/
16:51:20iumaybe tommorow.
16:51:27iui have a lots of work
16:52:25iuhow i can dissamble this.that?
16:53:54funmanusing any disassembler: I know objdump, utils/disassembler in rockbox svn, and non-free IDA
16:55:49iui'll try do it tommow
16:56:02domonokyfunman: how sure are we about this sd/nand setup in the sansa v2 ?
16:56:34funmanyou, I don't know, but I am certain ;)
16:56:39domonoky:-)
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16:57:07iu;P
16:57:10domonokyso its either wrong timing, or another missing init ?
16:57:23funmanI think missing init
16:57:40funmandid you look at the code I pushed in the git repo ?
16:57:45domonokyyes..
16:58:13funmanfor other people: http://gitorious.org/projects/rockbox_sansa_v2/repos/mainline/commits/967c70bb4f9da12220aef5103b6d33c7178e5762
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17:00:05domonokywhat i am wondering: you set GPIO A1 in the init. This can not be right for the m200v2 (because they have buttons there). But i get the same result from the ata_test then you...
17:01:14iuok bye all
17:01:23iuim back home :)
17:01:31iu*ing
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17:02:55bluebrotherany news about the SD interface on the v2s?
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17:03:40funmandomonoky: yes I commented it and it worked fine as well
17:03:51funmanit's only needed for the Clip's OLED
17:03:54funmanbluebrother: no
17:04:12bluebrothertoo bad.
17:04:38funmanthey say 'no news good news' but it's not being debugged any faster ;)
17:04:44bluebrotherI shall go and get a JTAG soon ...
17:05:06funmando you have a Clip ?
17:05:21bluebrotherno, m200-ams
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17:06:03funmanfdinel has a JTAG connection but he prefers continuing disassembly before using it
17:06:56bluebrotherno experience about disassembling on my side. And much too less free time for seriously starting it :/
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17:16:04duanebhello people
17:16:13duanebis aac supported by rockbox?
17:16:31rasherMost aac files on most targets, yes.
17:16:47duanebwell, what ISN'T supported?
17:16:54duanebthat's probably a better question
17:18:06*bluebrother points to the SoundCodecs wiki page
17:18:15bluebrotherthat should have the infos
17:19:30duaneboh
17:19:46duanebwhere is this wiki?
17:19:50rasherhttp://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SoundCodecs
17:20:05duanebthanks
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17:27:05pixelman1s: got around to testing new, Rec and Play work quite nicely in the calendar on my M5
17:27:18n1spixelma: thanks
17:28:32J-23hmm, anything new to test on e200v2's?
17:29:23funmanSDRAM
17:30:27*J-23 builds bootloader
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17:31:00funmansee http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=14064.msg137938#msg137938 there is 2 links to the code
17:31:33J-23can't i just compile it from my copy of git repository?
17:32:00funmanhm yes I forgot there was e200 target in git :P
17:32:09funmanbut you'll miss lcd obviously
17:32:43J-23hmm, I need to build rockboxdev :/
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17:35:17funmancompiler?
17:35:50J-23my distro doesn't provide any arm-elf tools
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17:36:13halphelo
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17:36:36halpi need help
17:36:56funmanme too
17:37:08halpwhere can i find the rocbox installer
17:37:14domonokyJ-23: you really should use rockboxdev.sh and not any distro provided arm-elf tools, rockboxdev.sh will get you the recommended versions...
17:37:23GodEater_halp: on the rockbox website
17:37:33halpit does not show up
17:37:34domonokyhalp: take a look at the manual..
17:37:49halpi clicked on installers, i just get a blank screen
17:37:55GodEater_halp: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxUtility
17:38:09J-23domonoky: should I edit that file when I want to use file downloader other than curl/wget?
17:38:16halpthank u very much!!!!!
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17:38:45domonokyJ-23: best just install the needed tools..
17:39:06J-23domonoky: but I want to use download accelerator
17:39:39domonokyJ-23: feel free to edit it, but dont complain if it doesnt work...
17:40:29rasherMaybe we should have a QuickStart page with a large link to rbutil, a graphic showing which button to click to install, and a link to the manual, or something like that
17:42:17domonokyrasher: there is a GraphicalInstall wikipage. But people should really start with the manual..or we will get even more dumb questions :)
17:43:17rasherdomonoky: That page is far too long. I'm thinking something that would fint on one screen, with just a few sentences of text (and links, of course)
17:43:43rasherBesides, where is GraphicalInstall linked from?
17:44:10domonokyfrom the RockboxUtillity wiki page
17:44:37domonokyand the link to RockboxUtillity is in the manual...
17:44:59rasherSo after about 20 clicks and reading a few hundred pages of text, there's a somewhat easily digisted instruction to get going
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17:45:25rasherThere's a reason electronics manufacturers include a "Quick start" sheet with their products
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17:45:51rasherRather than bury it in the middle of their manual
17:46:39*bluebrother wouldn't mind someone doing such a quick start
17:46:44domonoky:-) thats our way to keep too dumb users away :-)
17:47:16rasherdomonoky: But the result is that they either whine here, or in other forums
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17:47:55*domonoky is joking...
17:50:29domonokya Quickstart Page wouldnt be bad. But we need a way to make sure users read the manual.. :-)
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17:51:55bluebrotherthe problem with all those quickstart guides is that quite a lot of users think it's enough to just check that and forget about the rest
17:52:13bluebrotherespecially as Rockbox is quite different than usual OFs this is a problem ...
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18:08:21halphelo again
18:08:39halphow do i use pictureflow?
18:09:07bluebrotherput album art on the player (see AlbumArt wiki page). Initialize the database. Start the plugin.
18:09:22halpwell what do i put in the folder
18:09:36bluebrother?
18:09:42halpthe folder pictureflow
18:09:51bluebrotherthere is no folder pictureflow
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18:10:20halpyes in .rockbox /rocks/demos/pictureflow
18:11:09bluebrotherso what?
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18:11:22bluebrotheragain: put album art on the player (see AlbumArt wiki page)
18:11:58bluebrotheryou shouldn't mess with files below /.rockbox unless you know what you're doing. IOW: keep out of that folder
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18:13:07halpwhere is the album art wiki
18:13:10halpwhere is the album art wiki
18:13:33bluebrotherthere is only one Rockbox wiki. I suggest going to the Rockbox website and following the "wiki" link
18:13:50halpok, cuz i want use picture flow
18:13:56bertrikI would like a wiki search box on the front page
18:14:30bluebrotherevery wiki page has the "Search" link at the top right, along with the "Go" box
18:14:49halpok
18:14:59bluebrotherone just needs to _read_ and _use_ that page ...
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18:16:16saratogawho can change the front page? Bagder and?
18:16:45linuxstbAnyone can - it's in SVN.
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18:17:52saratogaI didn't realize that
18:18:07bluebrotherwhy do we need another box on the front page? One could also use the search box in the left side menu. When typing the wiki page name you get the correct link as first result ...
18:19:00linuxstbsaratoga: I'm not sure if it's updated automatically though... It may need a Bagder/LinusN/Zagor to run something.
18:19:50rasher> The Sansa port is the first to be started at the request of the hardware manufacturer who gave the Rockbox team samples of their devices.
18:20:05rasherThat's not quite true is it?
18:20:26bluebrotherit is. Bagder got one or two devices
18:21:12rasherBut wasn't porting efforts already underway?
18:22:04bluebrothernot that I remember.
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18:24:59bertrikhalp, got pictureflow working yet?
18:31:46*bertrik hasn't
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18:33:57gevaertsrasher: HD1 is the second data partition if you do a multi-volume build for an ATA target. It's probably not an ideal name, but I couldn't think of anything better, and it won't actually be visible in regular builds anyway
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18:38:43amiconnlinuxstb: ther?
18:38:45amiconn+e
18:39:36linuxstbYes
18:40:35amiconnWhat do you think about offering a choice of difficulty in sudoku, instead of just accepting what the generator produces?
18:41:55amiconnIt seems that generators cannot generate a requested difficulty level, but 5ud0ku (Java MIDP sudoku game) can do it
18:42:17linuxstbYes, that's the problem with the current generator, but if you can find a better one...
18:42:22amiconnIt just keeps generating games until one matches the requested level
18:42:33gevaertsThe one in sgt-puzzles does that as well
18:42:38pixelmaI believe there was a patch in the tracker for this (IIRC by bluebrother). The problem was that it just started generating again until a puzzle with "correct" difficulty was generated which could take a while...
18:42:48*gevaerts still wants to have a go at porting that
18:43:32rasherpixelma: I don't see that as a problem as such. We could offer "Easy / Medium / Hard / Random (faster)"
18:43:35amiconnI can think of a possible optimisation for this method. Since individual games are rather small, the generator could cache generated games for each level
18:44:34amiconnSo it would first check whether there's already a suitable game in the cache, and only if there isn't, it would start generating new ones, filling the cache as well
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18:44:47LearHm, plugin.h needs bumping now, doesn't it?
18:45:14gevaertsIf you want to get really fancy, you could make sure you have one in the cache for next game at the same level, and if needed generate that in background
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18:45:36pixelmarasher: probably. I just remember that generating one puzzly on the Ondio once took so long for me that idle power off kicked in (usually set to 5 mins here). But I haven't encountered that for a while so maybe this bug was fixed and I also can't remember it taking so long for this recently, maybe it got faster
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18:46:49pixelmaI also said this to ping bluebrother ;)
18:47:45linuxstbLear: Following JdGordon's commit?
18:47:49rasherActually that's my patch originally
18:48:02Learlinuxstb: Yes.
18:48:12rasherFS #5519
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18:48:30linuxstbLear: Then yes..
18:48:54rasherpixelma: But I believe bluebrother did something to it to make it actually work
18:48:56pixelmarasher: sorry then
18:49:54rasherNot to worry - I barely remembered it myself. I do think bluebrother has improved it somehow
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18:54:58rasherpixelma: Actually, my patch already includes a "Random Difficulty (faster)" choice
18:58:02pixelmaI see
18:58:17rasherBut yeah, you could of course cache them
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19:05:57pixelmabtw. (not very important but) our sudoku generator's opinion about difficulty doesn't always match mine. I remember finding "medium" ones harder than the "hard" or "fiendish" ones quite a few times. :)
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19:10:07bluebrotherpixelma: pong :)
19:10:48bluebrotherI remember doing some stuff on sudoku. Can't remember about the generator thing, but I intend to look after all those sudoku patches in the tracker
19:10:53amiconnjhMikeS: ping...
19:11:04saratogaanyone feel like entering in info on the TargetStatus wiki for the Olympus m:robe 500, Tatung Elio TPJ-1022, Meizu M6 or Philips GoGear HDD1630/HDD63X0 ?
19:11:12bluebrotherthe scratchpad thing was simply the first one :)
19:11:14saratogai don't know enough about those devices
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19:13:57bertrikfdinel, are you familiar with the sansa clip display driver?
19:14:13pixelmabluebrother: wasn't there also a patch for remembering the scratchpad entries? I was reminded when reading the changes to sudoku.tex
19:14:18gevaertssaratoga: I'll do the Meizus as soon as linuxstb is done with the page
19:14:23*linuxstb is done
19:15:31bluebrotherpixelma: yep, and that was a patch of mine. It's the next on my list ;-)
19:16:15fdinelbertrik: well yes, I helped coding it :)
19:18:14linuxstbfdinel: How did you identify it as an ssd1303? (assuming it was you)
19:18:55*gevaerts is done too
19:19:38J-23hmm, I compiled bootloader for e200v2, now what should I do with it?
19:19:56fdinellinuxstb: I identified the hardware first, from the serial number written on it (the LCD flat cable) and then I traced it back to the manufacturer (Adelco), I wrote to them and obtained the datasheet. It was in there I saw the controller chip number
19:20:26fdinelbut most of this company LCD drivers are of the SSD130X anyway
19:20:38fdinel(+series)
19:20:58linuxstbfdinel: OK, I was just wondering if it was a guess, or if you had identified the physical hardware.
19:22:14fdinellinuxstb: well at first it was a guess based on the part serial number, the manufacturer website and datasheet, but I could confirm many of the controller commands in the firmware
19:22:41saratoganow I just need to find BarryWardell so i can ask if the H10 can charge in rockbox
19:24:13gevaertssaratoga: I
19:24:58gevaertssaratoga: I'm not sure about the tcc77x USB status. Those are currently shown as "No", but they somewhat work if you don't look at it siedways
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19:27:13saratogaI'd say just put no unless its good enough for normal use
19:27:24saratogajust like how we say USB isn't working on the Ipods
19:27:40saratogafor the front page:
19:27:42saratoga<li> <a href="http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/TargetStatus">Current Status</a>
19:28:02saratogaanyone care if I change the text to be "Current and Future devices status"?
19:28:47J-23hmm, I tried to patch my e200v2 firmware file with rockbox.bin compiled from code from git repo, but I only see LED blinking.
19:29:17saratogaisn't that what its supposed to do?
19:29:24J-23should I use code from SVN?
19:29:33J-23saratoga: no, now there's testing LCD and SDRAM code
19:30:10saratogaI don't think the LCD works
19:30:18bertrikfdinel, I'm working on filling out the uses of the GPIO pins, but the driver code confuses me a bit. It seems the controller is configured for 16-bit interface
19:30:18J-23but SDRAM is ready to test
19:30:23domonokySDRam code is in git.. LCD-Test code in SVN, but i think thi one doesnt work...
19:30:30mc2739J-23: LCD is not working on e200v2 yet - git or svn
19:30:39saratogawithout sound or screen, what do you expect the SDRAM to do?
19:31:10domonokyJ-23: so to test SD-RAM on e200v2 you should use git, and modifiy it, so i blinks for good/bad. :-)
19:32:31J-23FS #9503 was commited, shouldn't it work?
19:33:18saratogashouldn't what work?
19:33:31domonokyit should not be too hard to modify sdram_test so it blinks for results..
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19:34:15fdinelbertrik: but are you working on the clip? all gpios on the clip are already known... for other devices you'll have to rely on blinking or something
19:34:17J-23saratoga: sound
19:34:28saratogaJ-23: no, FS #9503 does not involve audio
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19:35:01rasherHaha, you're getting sound working before display?
19:35:31gevaertsrasher: why not? That's how the iaudio m3 works ;)
19:35:34*gevaerts hides
19:35:47bertrikfdinel, known perhaps, but not documented, and how are you so sure we've discovered everything?
19:35:52linuxstbAnd like the iaudio7/D2, before a flash driver...
19:36:40J-23oh no, I bricked my player ;/
19:37:07domonokywe should really try to document all found GPIOs in the wiki
19:37:31amiconngevaerts: Not correct. The M3 had sound before proper buttons though
19:37:40pixelman1s: any reason to keep the ONDIO_PAD references in calendar.tex? (I already made a patch, just checking)
19:38:12n1spixelma: no, i just forgot to remove them
19:38:48pixelmaok, they will be gone soon then
19:38:54gevaertsamiconn: only if you count the remote!
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19:41:52dany_21a_J-23: e200v2's can be unbriked - but you have to open the player... its in the wiki how to enable the direct flash access
19:42:29J-23dany_21a_: I know, I unbricked my player several days ago
19:43:48fdinelbertrik: well because I did ;) It is documented in the git repository, if you are interested in updating the wiki I'd gladly send you the mappings.
19:44:01dany_21a_J-23: okay, good :)
19:44:54saratogaideally all this info should be going into the wiki, not everyone reads git
19:45:24funmanthe git repository is just a convenient pastebin for developers to exchange information
19:45:32dany_21a_I have tested the e200-SDRAM code from funman (ping, btw) - in my case the ceck fails...
19:45:53dany_21a_but i had not much time to investigate if it fails within the first byte or wherever (no lcd...)
19:46:08funmandany_21a_: I think to be able to debug that you need LCD first ..
19:46:11dany_21a_ah...hi funman - your actually in IRC :)
19:46:35funmanyes i am lurking ;)
19:46:55fdineldany_21a: well you can't tell then because the code still indefinitely loops whether it passes or fails
19:47:07dany_21a_yep - or i thought I adapt my blink out... but that would be some work... and if LCD is working all other things will be easier too ... so, as soon i have some time, ill try to play with the LCD a bit
19:47:30dany_21a_fdinel: i have adapted it of course, so that it blinks on fail and lights up on okay
19:47:35fdinelbertrik: have a look at this commit, all buttons are mapped in there: http://gitorious.org/projects/rockbox_sansa_v2/repos/mainline/commits/7600f31ed3890d96f0e9334705d43120a65ed246
19:47:45fdineldany_21a_: oh sorry then :)
19:47:50funmanmaybe I have misread the e200 init, the timings could be different
19:47:52dany_21a_fdinel: np :)
19:48:26dany_21a_whatever, i guess it want be a big thing, if it is already working on two other devices
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19:48:45fdinelbertrik: hint: clip is 2nd column
19:49:06linuxstbpixelma, n1s: What about enabling the calender for non-RTC targets?
19:49:17J-23hmm, it isn't bricked!
19:49:36rasherlinuxstb: Remembering where it was last?
19:49:45linuxstbrasher: Yes.
19:49:58linuxstbAnd I guess it could default to the build date.
19:50:14rasherSeems like that could be reasonably useful
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19:50:38funmandany_21a_: ah I found something: instead of 0x30004600 try reading from 0x30011800
19:51:29funmanit is : base+(0x2300 * number_of_megabytes)
19:52:01bertrikfdinel, we must be mis-communicating, I was not talking about buttons, but about the other GPIOs
19:53:20pixelmalinuxstb: not a real opinion here at the moment
19:53:49fdinelbertrik: oh sorry then :) I mapped some of the other GPIOs but nothing much except from those used in the hardware we know of (LCD, LED, any other?)
19:54:07gevaertslinuxstb: I tend to agree
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19:54:26funmanbertrik: did you notice how lcd / sd share pins with the GPIO ?
19:55:19linuxstbAnd what shall we do about the rockcalendar patch? http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/4760
19:55:20bertrikfdinel, I was wondering how for example the fm chip is accessed, or if there is maybe a GPIO that is required to set brightness on e200v2
19:55:51bertrikfunman, is it really shared, i.e. does it change the pin function on-the-fly?
19:56:02pixelmalinuxstb: guess it can't hurt but it also depends on how convenient it is to easy (or not)
19:56:10gevaertslinuxstb: I think that if its only real feature is the keyboard thing, it should be closed. Plugins really shouldn't define their own virtual keybiard
19:56:12pixelmaeh... use
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19:57:58fdinelbertrik: on the clip, the brightness is a command handled by the LCD controller itself, so I suppose it will also on the others (e200?), as for the fm chip, I don't know...
19:58:08linuxstbgevaerts: I don't know how it compares in terms of features, but I just remember it being "pretty" - meaning it didn't use any standard UI widgets...
19:59:13funmanbertrik: see pages 174 & 175 of the datasheet
19:59:29gevaertsIf that prettyness is wanted, I think it should be done in a separate patch
19:59:41*gevaerts is in the "close-them-all" camp
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20:00:03bluebrothershouldn't that prettiness then be in the current calendar? It doesn't make much sense having two calendar plugins IMO
20:00:09funmanyou can use ccu_io[3:2] for sd/gpiod and gpio*_afsel for dbop
20:01:49funmannote for SD we still don't know what 'MCLK' (mentioned in PL180 datasheet) is
20:02:19funmanmaybe it's the IDE clock and not the peripheral clock itself
20:03:43domonokyfunman: does it really use the sd interface ? and not the nand interface ? (gpiod has already used pins)
20:04:18funmandomonoky: yes it really uses the sd interface
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20:05:09*domonoky wonders how they handle these shared pins...
20:05:34funmanwith ccu_io ?
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20:08:03*linuxstb decides to post a comment to FS #4760 instead of just closing it
20:09:13rasherI can't imagine any other outcome though
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20:10:46funmandany_21a_: I've pushed a supposed fix for e200
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20:19:37PaulJam_hmm, why does the calendar store the entrys in the .rockbox dir? wouldn't the apps dir be more appropriate?
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20:25:42bertrikyuk, /me sees some code writing to the undocumented 'spare1' register of the CCU of the as3525
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20:34:50dany_21a_funman: okay - saw your posts... will test it tomorrow
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20:40:04funmanbertrik: it's some old news!
20:45:26funmanthe PL180 "conforms to Secure Digital Memory Card Physical Layer Specification v0.96"
20:45:51funmanmaybe the *Physical Layer* is upward compatible with the SD speciication v2.00
20:55:26shiftplusoneHello, is there a rockbox compatible device that's easily obtainable (still in production and sold in stores)? my ipod has a whole heap of HD issues and the controls only work if I stuff cardboard behind the mother board... so it's time for an update...
20:56:10rashershiftplusone: BuyersGuide
20:56:23rasherhttp://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/BuyersGuide
20:58:49shiftplusoneguess not =(
20:58:52shiftplusonerasher, thanks though.
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21:00:09rashershiftplusone: you can find refurbished Sansa e200s on froobi.com
21:00:23rasherAnd in rare cases, Ipod 5Gs
21:00:27shiftplusonerasher, do they ship overseas?
21:01:31rasherUnfortunately no
21:02:28funmanbertrik: I just found something about the clock frequencies associated to each device
21:03:46shiftplusonewhat about devices that work but are 'not supported' for whatever reasons?
21:03:57BigBambisupported = works
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21:04:10BigBambiThere are targets in development, but they are not yet done
21:04:12linuxstbOr rather "not supported" = "doesn't work"...
21:04:18BigBambi:)
21:05:50shiftplusoneah ok, I was under the impression that there were targets where most of the stuff worked but there were slight problems so they weren't listed in they buyers guide... don't know where I got that from.
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21:06:30bertrikfunman: cool
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21:07:14n1sshiftplusone: the ports that are in progress are in various states of completeness, some can be considered 'usable' but with significant issues
21:07:36bertrikidea: for sansa v2 I think we can distinguish separate modules in the OF from the error codes that those modules emit
21:07:38funmanit seems to indicate that the pl180 controller is used with a 20MHz clock speed (and the internal divider is then used on top of that)
21:07:50funmanwhat do you mean?
21:08:21shiftplusonenls, how significant?
21:09:05linuxstbshiftplusone: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/TargetStatus pretty much up to date
21:10:54funmanI wonder what "Yes (no rockbox driver yet)" means for USB : that there is USB hardware in the device ? is that worth mentioning ?
21:10:55n1sshiftplusone: the Gigabeat s is the only one of the incomplete ports i have direct experience from but i use mine as my daily player, however rockbox can still not charge the battery, battery time is pretty short and for some reason the file system seems to get corrupted quite often
21:11:38shiftplusonenls, ok >.> sounds significant enough
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21:15:00shiftplusonenls, short battery as in 2 hours or more like 8 hours?
21:15:52n1si get 5-6 hours the Original Firmware i supposed to get ~13 IIRC
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21:16:56BigBambiThe original firmware battery life is reported to be much less than Toshiba claim as well
21:17:08BigBambiSorry, misread what n1s said.
21:17:16BigBambiI get similar in Rockbox
21:17:39BigBambiAlthough I have never had file system corruption
21:18:17shiftplusonenls, think that's around the same as my ipod... since the gigabeat s looks the most promising I'll probably have a look at it. thanks.
21:18:39BigBambiAny of the ipods should get more than 5/6 hours
21:18:47BigBambi(with a not-dying battery0
21:19:53shiftplusoneargh, not in production.
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21:24:20funmanbertrik: you mixed lf & crlf terminators for as3525-codec.c ?
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21:26:05funmanwhere did you find/calculate the 400kHz clock frequency for I2C ?
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21:26:40caveman26any plans for rockbox on the zen stone plus?
21:27:10utjduoany plans for rockbox on ipod classic g6?
21:27:18kushal_12_26_200hello, the "refreshing database" screen in my sansa c250 does not go away at all. When I connect my sansa to the computer, it just stays that way for ever. What should I do?
21:27:39n1scaveman26:, utjduo: it doesn't work that way, we don't make plans
21:27:54caveman26ok
21:27:55n1sand AFAIK no one is working on those targets
21:27:58domonokycaveman26, utjduo: no plans. rockbox doesnt make plans for new ports...
21:28:27utjduo=/
21:29:07utjduoI hate my ipod -.- and that there are no other firmware anyware to it -.-
21:29:25caveman26I was just wondering, I want to get a zen stone plus with the built in speaker, but there is one small problem, most of my music is in .ogg, and the stone doesnt support it
21:30:04funmansome of the sansa support ogg and flac now
21:30:21caveman26so I just thought id ask about rockbox for it..
21:30:25utjduoI hate that Ipod can't read flac! Only mp3 and acc or what the other was
21:31:06caveman26I had a sansa c200.. than it got broke :/ dammit... had rockbox on it, I absolutely love rockbox, the peremtric eq is a life saver
21:31:59caveman26sansa c200 = horrible build quality
21:32:16caveman26drop it once, break the screen
21:32:28*domonoky mumbles something about topic...
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21:34:35kushal_12_26_200hello, the "refreshing database" screen in my sansa c250 does not go away at all. When I connect my sansa to the computer, it just stays that way for ever. What should I do? any takers?
21:35:13funmantry pressing the power button for 20 seconds
21:38:16kushal_12_26_200funman, it turns off
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21:42:09IudeXhi all :)
21:42:29kushal_12_26_200funman, you there?
21:42:36IudeXfunman u are 24/7 on computer? :P
21:43:39bertrikfunman, it seems error codes of value 0xFFFEXXX are output by many sub-system modules, you probably noticed them already
21:43:58bertrikfunman, it wasn't my intention to mix terminators
21:45:00funmanIudeX: no
21:45:11funmanbertrik: I tried to list them but there are too many
21:45:57bertrikhow about I just dos2unix them and re-commit? or do I also need to set some svn property?
21:45:57funmanand they could be common across several modules so I didn't continue tracking them
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21:46:08kushal_12_26_200hello, the "refreshing database" screen in my sansa c250 does not go away at all. When I connect my sansa to the computer, it just stays that way for ever. What should I do? any takers?please?
21:46:14funmanbertrik: not sure, maybe eol-style=something ?
21:47:29funmanthat would be eol-style=LF but I guess dosunix is better
21:48:49linuxstbbertrik: You also need to set the keywords property on those files.
21:48:55linuxstb(see the UsingSVN wiki page)
21:49:17bertrikhehe, I was wondering about the $Id $ strings too :P
21:49:51funmanwhat do you wait for using a distributed version control system :(
21:50:47rasherThe way Rockbox development works right now, there'd be little gain, as far as I can tell
21:51:44IudeXRockbox is very nice <3 :P
21:51:57funmanthere would be a very noticeable gain for me at least
21:52:18funmannothing prevents you to use a central repository
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21:52:42kushal_12_26_200can I charge my sansa c250 without having to wait for the OF to "refresh database"?
21:52:55Lloreanfunman: What would the gain be for you? You can already use Git locally anyway.
21:53:19funmanLlorean: I use the git mirror already
21:53:31Lloreanthat doesn't exactly answer my question, though.
21:53:35funmanthe benefit is offline full history and offline commits
21:53:49funmanLlorean: be patient ;)
21:54:05LloreanYou already have those.
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21:54:11funmanin svn ?
21:54:13LloreanNo
21:54:18LloreanBut you said it'd benefit YOU, not US.
21:54:24*bluebrother wonders what's the reason for this discussion
21:54:34kushal_12_26_200can I charge my sansa c250 without having to wait for the OF to "refresh database"?
21:54:35LloreanSo I was curious what US using Git would add for YOU who can already use it.
21:54:54funmanwell .. offline commit like I said
21:55:10bluebrothernot really ... you can already do those and then git svn dcommit
21:55:11funmanno need to identify a file version by a $Id$ keyword
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21:55:25funmanbluebrother: I don't know git-svn
21:55:27BigBambikushal_12_26_200: Please don't ask the same question every two minutes - I someone knows I'm sure they will answer
21:55:37Lloreanfunman: Ah, so the benefit is 'I don't need to learn something'?
21:55:38funmanI should look in this way
21:55:46bluebrotherwell, keywords are questionable anyway. As soon as the file is disconnected from the repo that line is doomed to be wrong anyway
21:55:49funmanLlorean: sorry?
21:56:23bluebrotherfunman: you basically clone an svn repo with git-svn. Then you can rebase it with the latest changes from svn but still have your git repo
21:56:26Lloreanfunman: Well it sounds like the feature you're listing lacking is one that doesn't actually require us to use Git.
21:56:30rasherfunman: You can already use git-svn if that tickles your fancy, and the $Id$ keywoard is informational only, anyway. The svn server is the authority
21:56:57funmanbluebrother: I didn't know it was 'bidirectional' like the man page tells
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21:57:16bluebrotherit is, and it works in fact really nice. Haven't used it much though
21:57:28LloreanAs it stands, switching to Git not only requires rewriting of several scripts, but also breaks our ability to use version numbers to readily identify sequential builds. Instead we'd need to come up with some other way of handling clear historical build version numbering, like an incremented file somewhere.
21:57:32funmanLlorean: nothing require you to use git, don't feel personally attacked
21:57:49Lloreanfunman: Where did I say I was personally attacked?
21:58:14bluebrotherIIRC Bagder tried to setup a git mirror of the svn repo. No idea about the current state of that ...
21:58:30bluebrotherbut the only advantage of that would be that you can git clone it instead of git svn clone
21:58:33funmanclone it from git://svn.rockbox.org/rockbox
21:58:50BigBambihttp://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/GitVersionControl
21:58:51funmanit's fastly updated
21:58:55kushal_12_26_200Sorry about that. I can recharge without connecting to the computer. I just need have the rockbox running and hold select when plugging it in. http://download.rockbox.org/manual/rockbox-sansac200/rockbox-buildch3.html
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21:59:22bluebrotheroh, wasn't aware the git mirror is official and up
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22:00:03funmani could clone it to base the sansav2 repo work
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22:00:30*Llorean wonders why sansav2 work is done in a separate respository
22:00:37*bluebrother wonders the same
22:00:39BigBambiLlorean: Many others have too
22:00:41rasherfunman: I still don't see why you can't work on SVN. Plenty of in-progress ports happen in SVN
22:00:44LloreanSo why don't we fix it?
22:00:56*funman invites Llorean and bluebrother and rasher to read the irc logs where this question has been answered many times
22:01:00rasherIn fact, the last port to work out of SVN caused trouble as well
22:01:08rasher(Gigabeat.. F, was it?)
22:01:11Lloreanrasher: Yes.
22:01:18Lloreanfunman: Or you could just answer the question.
22:01:19bluebrotherfunman: have a log link / timestamp?
22:01:48LloreanSince we have no way to know when it was discussed, or what keywords beyond "git" to search for.
22:02:23bluebrotherplus, as funman knows the answer but three or more would need to search ... ;-)
22:03:05funmanI can not find quickly a link: the repository is a pastebin between all the people working on sansav2 who are mostly not rockbox developers/committers
22:03:24Lloreanfunman: It sounds like you ARE Rockbox Developers
22:03:27funmanof course Someone can post patches on flyspray / commit himself
22:03:31LloreanYou just haven't requested commit access to work on the port...
22:03:35kushal_12_26_200JDGordon, is this http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/7207 what I am having problems with?
22:03:50funmanLlorean: well in fact I did yesterday : but I think my email is still in the moderation queue
22:04:00Lloreanfunman: We really don't have a high barrier for entry for people who are doing actual work on a new port as long as they agree to be careful not to break anything else along the way.
22:04:03kushal_12_26_200The "refreshing database" screen in my sansa c250 does not go away at all. When I connect my sansa to the computer, it just stays that way for ever.
22:04:15Lloreanfunman: There's not a moderation queue for the mailing list unless you got yourself put on moderation...
22:04:22BigBambiThis look very much like a photoshop to anyone else? http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=14871.msg138015#msg138015
22:04:32funmanLlorean: -committers mailing list
22:04:40Lloreanfunman: You're not on that list, so you can't mail to it.
22:04:52rasherBigBambi: Certainly not a photo
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22:04:56BigBambinope
22:05:07BigBambirasher: The gradient is all out on the logo for a start
22:05:09funmanI supposed moderation would happen
22:05:25Lloreanfunman: That list isn't for such things. Why not try sending to the -dev list saying "Hey, us guys working on the V2 port would like to have our work actually be a part of rockbox and were wondering if / how many of us could get commit access to work on this in your repository rather than on the side."
22:05:31rasherBigBambi: mostly, the text is too perfect
22:05:43Lloreanfunman: Did you ask anyone, like Bagder, first if the mail would get through or just fire it blindly and hope?
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22:05:49funmanLlorean: in fact I received an offer 2 weeks ago which I declined
22:05:53linuxstbLlorean: He's been offered access, and he's now accepting it - so he's replying to the mail bagder sent him (copied to the list)
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22:06:12Lloreanlinuxstb: But he doesn't have access to the list, so it can't really get through can it?
22:06:16funmanand I accepted yesterday: the list was in CC so I answered to it rather than only bagder
22:06:23linuxstbLlorean: No, and he knows that.
22:06:36funmanI know that for videolan, they used manual moderation for closed lists (with mailman software)
22:06:41rasherSo it's "unread by Bagder", more tha n"stuck in moderation"
22:06:47LloreanWell, he could've said that up front rather than simply telling me he sent an email to the list...
22:06:49*Llorean cannot read minds.
22:06:56funman><
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22:07:05BigBambiIt is in fact just dropped surely, unless Bagder has already added him to the list?
22:07:20LloreanNot to mention Bagder has a very aggressive spam filter.
22:07:41*bluebrother wouldn't be surprised if those list dropped all mails from non-subscribers
22:07:51BigBambiIf he just replied the the list which he isn't on and not to Bagder, then nobody will have seen it I would thinl
22:07:53rasherI don't see how videolan's setup is in any way relevant
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22:11:26bluebrotherBigBambi: definitely. Look at the bottom right around the logo ...
22:11:45BigBambibluebrother: Yes, that is what I was referring to above :)
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22:14:59rasherJust remove the post already
22:15:35rasherI'd do it, but I don't know forum protocol
22:15:51LloreanForum protocol is "click delete, and maybe send a PM to the guy telling why if we feel like it"
22:16:00LloreanSince "delete" now automatically sends it to the trash forum.
22:16:12rasherOh, I can't delete, it seems.
22:16:21rasherEven though the button's visible
22:17:22LloreanWell, I already removed it
22:17:23LloreanSo maybe that's why
22:17:32rasherCould be
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22:18:08Lloreanhe was sitting around waiting for it to be removed
22:18:19LloreanI've already been PMed and called an ass, and I didn't even get to tell him I'd removed it yet.
22:18:41rasherThat's some swift trolling work there
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22:22:17bluebrotherLlorean: you got PMed almost immediately after removing that post?
22:23:03LloreanYup
22:23:26*bluebrother is baffled
22:23:31LloreanWhy?
22:23:57rasherSeems pretty logical
22:24:00bluebrothersome people are ... impressive. Sounds like he reloaded that page the whole time just to figure how long it'll take until taken down
22:24:27LloreanActually, I'm kinda thinking the PM was sent because I was an admin, and he didn't know the post was removed yet.
22:24:37LloreanBecause I got a second one that seemed in response to the post removal.
22:25:04bluebrotherah.
22:25:05LloreanI think he's just being an ass today, and looking at his past posts and generally somewhat rational behaviour I almost wonder if someone else is on his account. Except the IP range seems to be right.
22:27:17rasherLlorean: did you notice he modified the post?
22:30:21LloreanAfter I deleted it I noticed.
22:30:38LloreanSo he must've modified it as I was looking, I guess.
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22:36:23kushal_12_26_200anyone in for the "refreshing database" problem in the OF of on the sansa c250?
22:37:19Guest769anyone have time to help me solv a problem with my sansa e280?
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22:38:15domonokyGuest769: only if you tell us the problem...
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22:40:41Guest769i tried using the rockbuilder to install the program to my sansa, the program cannot locate my driver. it doesnt show as a removabledisc
22:41:23LloreanGuest769: You might want to stop and double-check your names. There's no "rockbuilder" and if you're talking about "rockbox utility" do you mean "locate my drive" rather than "driver" (which has a distinct and separate meaning)
22:43:14domonokywhat does autodetect in rockbox utility say ?
22:45:02Guest769yes im talking about the "rockbox utility", which helps with the installment. when i plug the player into my computer it does not show as "removable disk" i see it under "other" in my explorer. aotodetect cant find it
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22:45:25LloreanGuest769: You haven't set it to MSC mode then
22:45:58bluebrotherRockbox Utility should detect an e200 in mtp mode and show a hint. You sure you used the autodetect button?
22:47:13Guest769ah okey, then i have to read a little bit more about it. MSC mode...i have to google that
22:47:50bluebrotherin the sansas firmware settings you can select the usb mode. You need msc, not mtp
22:47:57bluebrotherplus, the manual should explain this
22:49:37Guest769sorry, you know how it is. people dont read the whole text... like me. sorry for your time guys
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23:09:47funmanbertrik: did you notice that SanDisk's iNAND can use SPI protocol ?
23:10:49bertrikno I hadn't noticed that
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23:11:08funmanit's also compatible with "SDA Physical Layer Specification v2.00"
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23:14:55funmanfor spi the 'busy bit' of the OP_COND command's answer is bit 0 set, not bit 31 unset
23:15:08funman(as far as i understand linux driver)
23:15:39n1samiconn: should FS #9411 be fixed by your 3.0.1 flashing fixes?
23:15:53n1ss/be/have been/
23:15:55funmanand it seems the rest of the initialization is identical. bertrik is that right ?
23:18:21funmanbut the pl180 datasheet doesn't mention spi so maybe it's not possible to use it on the sansav2
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23:33:31pixelman1s: I think so http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=18836.0
23:34:45n1spixelma: yup, he already closed the task ;)
23:36:00funmanbertrik: a difference with the OF in the SD code is that we don't use interrupts
23:36:19funmanmaybe a look at interrupt handlers in the OF would enlight us ..
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23:41:21funmanwell it just reads the command response, clear the status, and then handle the response (with a callback)
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23:53:29Lloreanfunman: You may have missed it, but Bagder's got a really aggressive email filter so your message to him might not have made it through either if your luck is bad. So you may want to try getting in contact with him here, or posting to the -dev list with a general proposal toward getting the V2 work all migrated into the official repository.
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23:55:03funmanhe usually receives mail I send him
23:55:09linuxstbLlorean: There's not much to be merged afaik, so it's not a big issue.
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23:57:15funmancan you change mkamsboot/dualboot.S:80 to /* A3 is power button on m200 */ ?
23:57:44funmancurrent comment lets think that it's not bind to a button at all
23:58:21funmansee you tomorrow ;)
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