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#rockbox log for 2012-07-11

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00:28:34bertrikvocals being suppressed could be a "karaoke" effect
00:29:05CIA-5Commit 80ec94c in rockbox by 03Marcin Bukat: rk27xx: implement system_exception_wait()
00:29:05CIA-5Commit ad46064 in rockbox by 03Marcin Bukat: rk27xx codec: simplify startup
00:29:17bertrikyou'll also get attenuated vocals when you hear the L-R signal
00:30:43wodzbertrik: The letter would be easy to test by playing symmetric sinusoid signal file
00:30:47bertrikThis can also happen with the ams codecs, it has a kind of virtual ground, shared by the L and the R signal. If the virtual ground is not active, you'll hear L-R in both channels
00:31:02wodzhmm
00:31:35CIA-5ad46064 build result: All green
00:33:00bertrikand usually also attenuated bass
00:33:23wodzwhat happens if I select channel configuration mono in rb then?
00:34:47bertrikprobably very little
00:35:41wodz?
00:36:01wodzIf I understand correctly then L-R should give silence
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00:56:19saratogawodz: looking at the datasheet for the rk27xx, maybe the : Output Stage common mode buffer power-down bit is flipped?
00:56:32saratogawithout common mode buffer i suspect that the center channel will sound quite odd
00:58:51JdGordonkugel: thanks! still need to finish it and merge it thouhg
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01:15:58saratogahuh no code looks like its on
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02:28:15TheLemonManwhats better between a clip+ and a clip zip ?
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02:41:05saratogaTheLemonMan: they're basically identical hardware aside from the screen, although USB seems a little glitchier on the Zip for some people at the moment
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02:43:17TheLemonMansaratoga: does rockbox handle mic/radio recording too on the zip?
02:43:35saratogashould, hardware is the same
02:47:39TheLemonManthen i'll place my order as soon as they're restocked!
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09:33:33wodzJdGordon: You probably know this but checkwps is next to useless when you want to debug wps. It prints that parse failed but does not produce ANY debug output. The same with −−debugwps in sim
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09:44:47kugelpJdGordon: im in it. One problem is that it doesn't show the / directory
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09:50:39JdGordonwodz: -vvv on checkwps is slightly more useful
09:51:23JdGordonkugelp: ?
09:52:58wodzJdGordon: when parse is ok it is when parse fails it is not
09:53:11JdGordonit should say exactly whats wrong when it fails
09:53:16JdGordon(depending on the failure)
09:53:39wodzJdGordon: I had viewport declaration out of bounds and it didn't show this
09:53:51JdGordonthat isnt an error
09:53:55wodzwell it said that wps failed to parse
09:54:49JdGordonah right, apps/gui/skin_parser.c:2041
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13:39:55TheLemonManpamaury: ping
13:46:40pamauryTheLemonMan: pong
13:47:46TheLemonManpamaury: is there some code written with switches for 37xx variants ?
13:48:33pamauryTheLemonMan: not yet, I've generated two registers maps, one for each target and I'm writing a tool capable of generating headers for targets with #define for each target
13:49:39TheLemonManoh, i had made everything by hand heh
13:49:45pamauryappart from that I only have a small tool with can work on both targets, it's called hwemul and is on github (pamaury/rockbox-1/tree/creativezenxfi/utils/imxtools/hwemul">https://github.com/pamaury/rockbox-1/tree/creativezenxfi/utils/imxtools/hwemul)
13:50:04TheLemonManthe biggest differences were in the icoll
13:50:06pamauryTheLemonMan: yeah but at some point I think switching to automatically generated headers would be nice
13:50:32pamaurywe could also generated nicer macros to write registers field and so on
13:51:50TheLemonMantoo much boilerplate imho
13:53:13pamaurythere are two problems with the current headers: nothing prevents you from writing non-existing SCT variant of a register (which is bad) and we could easily miss some differences between the two target if it's done by hand
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13:53:44pamauryand having a #ifdef hell is not nice easier
13:53:59pamauryso honestly I don't yet know how to handle it but I agree this need some serious thinking
13:54:33pamaurywhat do you think is the best solution ?
13:55:24TheLemonMani currently have a repo where i tried the ifdef way
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13:56:39TheLemonManmaybe just a bit hard to mantain
13:56:43pamauryin any case, I think the automated generated headers is more of a long term thing so I'm not against a #ifdef way for now
13:57:10pamauryand with the xml maps I have generated, we can generate a list of differences and check each one by hand
13:58:13pamauryTheLemonMan: another thing which I'd like to discuss is how to distinguish between stmp3700 and stmp3780
13:58:40pamauryI think we should keep the imx233 target and perhaps use an additional flags, like CONFIG_SUBTARGET
13:59:08TheLemonMando they have differences ?
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14:00:22pamaurythere are the register differences of course and the linker scripts need to be adjusted because of the different iram sizes
14:00:52pamauryand the pins are different too
14:01:08TheLemonManmeh, then i'd raise the white flag
14:01:23TheLemonManthis will become an unmantainable mess
14:01:38pamauryso you think we should have two different targets for these ?
14:02:11TheLemonManhow much different are those two boards ?
14:02:21pamauryby the way, I started a wiki page to document the pin maps, see http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/STMP37xxPins
14:02:36pamaurythe pins are completely different, but lots of drivers are otherwise identical
14:02:58pamaurythe biggest different are probably power and icoll
14:03:01pamaury*differences
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14:07:28firewiredHi, coul somebody help me? My sansa zip is flashing with an error "Prefetch abort a... FSR 0x7F (domain 7, fault...)" and is unresponsive to keypresses. Is the player dead or can I recover it somehow? It worked great before. Error happened after charging with a usb charger, turning off and then connecting to booting win7 x64.
14:08:12pamauryTheLemonMan: the point is that both chips share a number of things but the differences will make it hard to maintain as a single target
14:09:03gevaertsfirewired: try holding the power button for at least 30 seconds
14:10:04pamauryTheLemonMan: anyway, I'm working on the ZEN X-Fi which is a stmp3760 so I will introduce the stmp3700 target in the tree soon so we should figure out the best way to do it
14:12:02firewiredgevaerts: it finally shut off, thank you. I don't know if it was from holding the power button only though since I was pressing the back button at the same time that time. Works fine now. Should I report the bug somewhere even if it was an isolated incident?
14:13:31gevaertsHm, not sure. I think instability with USB connections is known, but more details can't hurt
14:15:19firewiredok, thanks again for your help I was afraid the player won't work again, at least until draining the battery. Really enjoying rockbox! Bye.
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14:31:18TheLemonManpamaury: one target per board is overkill tho
14:31:26pamauryyeah
14:33:34TheLemonManalso, mantaining a shitload of board defines/switches is time consuming and painful
14:35:29pamaurythere are two of them: stmp3700 and stmp3780. The stmp37xx where xx<80 are the same as the stmp3700 but with/without some hardware blocks
14:35:38pamauryand the amount of internal memory
14:36:33pamauryfor example, some have an EMI, some not, they have more or less uarts/ssp/... but these things are not important since each dap will only use the available hardware anyway
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14:38:17pamauryTheLemonMan: what is the device you are working on ? is it a BGA169 or a LQFP128 package ?
14:38:54TheLemonManarr, didn't read that, anyway its a 3750
14:40:25pamaurydo you know the chip package type ? how far are you in the reverse engineering ?
14:41:18TheLemonManeverything but the audio/mic is working
14:41:33pamaurygreat
14:41:43pamaurydid you setup a wiki page for the device ?
14:42:01TheLemonMantho the drivers are suboptimal, the lcd pushes the framebuffer byte by byte and the touchpad uses i2c bitbanging
14:42:26TheLemonMannope, but i'd like to get at least something more working
14:42:38TheLemonManeg the nand, as this device has no external storage
14:43:05pamauryI think it's important to document it, the same way as the CreativeZENXFi/2/3 for example, mainly the PCB scans, the list of chips and the pin configuration
14:43:49pamauryin particular, I'm trying to build the pin map from the linux source code and the reverse engineering i've done but I'm still missing lots of things
14:45:54TheLemonMananyway something in here is fucked up, don't even know if i'll be able to work on it
14:46:09pamaurywhy N
14:46:10pamaury?
14:46:12TheLemonManseems that the adc got damaged somehow
14:46:22pamaurynot good...
14:46:48pamauryit is protected against over voltage/current but it's not perfect
14:47:04TheLemonMandissected it to the bones a couple of times but cant find anything wrong
14:47:32pamaurythe adc doesn't read anything ?
14:47:41pamaurywhat is it used for ? battery and buttons ?
14:48:59TheLemonManit does get past bootloader initialization but sometimes it reads bogus values that make the fw go nuts
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14:49:42pamauryindeed that's problematic
14:50:07TheLemonManturns on at random, creepy as hell at nighttime
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19:57:58bertrikwodz, I'm quite convinced that the attenuation of vocals you spoke of last night, is caused by some misconfiguration of the codec w.r.t. the common mode buffer
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20:12:34wodzbertrik: I played with common mode buffer bit without success
20:14:12bertrikdo you have a datasheet that I can have a look at?
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20:15:24wodzpass porshe9 datasheet to the google
20:15:57wodz*porsche9
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20:22:32bertrikI think it's SB_MC in register PMR2
20:25:33bertrikare there any fat coupling capacitors between the chip and the headphones?
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21:16:38zokkohello
21:17:00zokkowhat's *really* better solved in rockbox, comparing to the original firmware?
21:17:27zokkoany impact on the battery utilisation, some sound correction?
21:17:31zokkoor only user interface?
21:17:41n1sdepends on which original firmware
21:17:57zokkosansa clip+ for example
21:19:18pamauryTheLemonMan: ping
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21:21:09n1szokko: i'm not familiar with that player personally but there's some general info here http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/WhyRockbox IMO it comes down to more customizability, options and codec support, as well as better battery time on some players or player/codec combinations
21:21:56zokkooh, i've found.
21:22:00zokkoSansaRuntime and FS #11765. Battery life is quite shorter than when using the original firmware (OF). Some (unknown) hardware is likely misconfigured leading to higher power consumption.
21:22:00n1sand if you're a programmer it's easy to hack on :)
21:22:01fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/11765 3Improve Battery Life on AMSv1 Sansa players (patches, new)
21:22:27gevaertsClip+ is *not* AMSv1
21:22:33zokkoi'm only a sysadmin, but i know some basics
21:24:24TheLemonManpamaury: pong
21:24:30zokkoah ok, amsv2
21:24:42zokkoSome clip+ hardware variants have noise in both rockbox and the original firmware :<
21:26:12pamauryTheLemonMan: the Q2 has a stmp3750 right ? Do you know by chance what is the value reported in HW_DIGCTL_CHIPID and HW_DIGCTL_STATUS (the package tyle
21:26:15pamaury*tpe)
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21:26:18pamaury*type
21:26:53pamaurySince the bootloader doesn't even seem to work, I guess you have to way to found out by running some code now ?
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21:30:22TheLemonMani'm in a deadlock atm, my rockbox version got fucked up in a git pull and my recovery bootloader doesn't build with rb toolchain
21:30:41TheLemonManlet me sort some stuff in the house first and then ill give a look at this
21:31:02pamauryTheLemonMan: I can provide you the working code
21:33:28TheLemonManoh, np, i have to do this sooner or later
21:36:04pamauryTheLemonMan: if you want to try (that tool is useful by itself anyway): pamaury/rockbox-1/tree/creativezenxfi/utils/imxtools/hwemul">https://github.com/pamaury/rockbox-1/tree/creativezenxfi/utils/imxtools/hwemul (you only need that directory basically)
21:36:04pamaurybuild (in order): dev/ lib/ tool/
21:36:46pamaurythe dev/ part contains a small executable code to run on the device and the lib/ and tool/ part contain the tool to interface it. You can read/write memory and registers
21:37:35zokkowill i lose my mp3's during rockbox install?
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21:38:22funmanno
21:38:43pamauryyou can even read registers using the built it description this way: first select a soc "soc stmp3700" and then read/write registers: "read HW_DIGCTL_CHIPID", it's aware of SCT variants and can even read/write fields: "read HW_DIGCTL_CHIPID.PRODUCT_CODE"
21:38:58pamauryreally handy to debug things
21:39:32gevaertszokko: always make a backup
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21:43:21lorenzo92hey guys! I'm back working on R0 :) ... and ... I finally discovered that radio recording (which is NOT present in the original firmware at all) is possbile and working through initialization with rockbox of the ascodec + arecord (of course this won't be the final solution :p)
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21:44:54lorenzo92kugel: I think it's time to implement the recording part in the alsa interface, no idea at the moment how but I will document myself :)
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22:15:30pamaurymgottschlag: ping
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22:19:16amayerdoes anyone know that under ipod classic(first item in list, not actual item alphabetically) all it says is n/a on http://build.rockbox.org/dev.cgi ?
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22:27:37funmanperhaps rockbox-info.txt is not generated correctly ?
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22:31:51funmanActual size: 638128
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22:31:52funmanRAM usage: 1738372
22:31:55funmanlooks correct
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22:36:49TheLemonManpamaury: hah i hate you, it works fine
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23:17:15RAThomasOT: anyone here also interested in the raspberry pi?
23:18:00RAThomasI'm futzing around with trying to figure out the "undocumented" instruction set for the BCM2835's VideoCore IV GPU.
23:18:49RAThomasusing info from some Broadcom patents which incompletely describe the architecture and instructions
23:19:32AlexPRAThomas: I'm sure some people are, but I'm not sure how it relates to Rockbox - #rockbox-community might be better
23:19:51RAThomasYou're right. Apologies
23:20:02AlexPno worries
23:20:44AlexPRAThomas: I'd like mpeg2 playback btw :)
23:20:59funmanwhich broadcom chip is used in the ipods ?
23:23:11RAThomasInteresting thought, funman. I suspect the DRM/licensing on the 2835 would be fed to/through the initial bootloader... maybe they use something similar on the iPod?
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23:30:20RAThomasOK, that one has the VideoCore IP (probably a rev 2 or 3?)
23:30:40RAThomasdo we know how the DRM/licenses get enabled on that one?
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23:31:10funmani dont think licenses are relevant for working on these chips
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23:31:43funmanif it is a DSP you give it some (licensed) code to execute but here you'll have to write your own code anyway?
23:32:34RAThomasyeah. Prolly.
23:34:27linuxstbOn the ipod 5g, the bcm chip gets loaded with firmware by the Apple (ROM-based) bootloader. I don't think anyone ever seriously tried to reverse-engineer that firmware (just the API to update the LCD)
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23:56:30pamauryTheLemonMan: the tool ?
23:57:08TheLemonManyep
23:57:18pamaurycan you read the chipid please ?
23:57:22pamauryand the package type ?
23:57:33TheLemonManwhat regs ?
23:57:53pamauryHW_DIGCTL_CHIPID.PRODUCT_CODE and HW_DIGCTL_STATUS.PACKAGE_TYPE
23:58:21pamauryI hope this toll will help you figure out your problem
23:58:25pamaury*tool

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