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#rockbox log for 2012-07-20

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12:57:26PSPOShi all
12:59:55PSPOSI want port rockbox to one device. It has mips-architecture and 64 mb of rom
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13:01:51PSPOSцрщ цфте рудз ьу
13:01:58PSPOSwho want help me 8
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13:03:03PSPOSwho want help me ? *
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13:06:00PSPOShelp me pls
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13:11:40PSPOSwho is there now?
13:12:04Torneplease read the channel guidelines
13:12:19Tornehttp://www.rockbox.org/wiki/NewPort <- also read this.
13:19:11PSPOSOk
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16:09:06GodEaterweird.
16:09:25GodEatermy RB source tree has an executable playlist.c
16:10:11gevaertshm, same here
16:11:32GodEaterno doubt if I was clever with git blame I cold work out whose fault it is
16:12:01gevaertsgit log −−summary apps/playlist.c
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16:12:50gevaertsSo it was saratoga apparently
16:12:51GodEateroddly, none of the comments metion "set execute bit on playlist.c" :)
16:13:08GodEaterwell, he commited it last - does that mean it was him what did it?
16:13:11gevaerts"mode change"
16:13:18GodEateroh so it does
16:13:24*GodEater goes to the back of the class
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16:17:00Tornedoes he use windows?
16:17:28Torneif you're on windows you probabyl want git config −−global core.fileMode false
16:17:37Tornewhich just makes git ignore the file's mode on disk and never change it in the index
16:18:03gevaertsI suspect he uses a VM
16:18:08Tornegit sets that automatically on filesystems that don't support an executable bit like FAT, but on NTFS it will use the equivalent NTFS execute permissions
16:18:16Torneso there's various ways for that to get screwed
16:19:45gevaertsspeaking of git...
16:20:01gevaertsTorne: have you had time yet for revision numbers?
16:20:15Tornewell reminded
16:20:16Tornei haven't, no
16:20:22Tornebut i should have now
16:20:41Tornei will attempt to ahve a go over the weekend.
16:21:00Tornemy network in the new house is all working so i have my dev machine back
16:21:45*Torne puts it in the persistently-nagging app on his phone
16:22:46gevaertsSounds great :)
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16:45:37saratogai actually did that commit from the same ubuntu machine i do most of my work on, no idea how that bit got set
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17:07:46kugelphas anyone tried my db patches yet?
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18:04:43bertrikDoes anyone have any plans to port the opus/celt codec to rockbox?
18:05:12saratogai don't think so
18:05:17saratogait would be fun but i have no time
18:05:40bertrikI have a bit of time this weekend, but I have never ported a codec
18:05:55saratogaoptimization aside, its usually not too difficult
18:06:25saratogaand it sounds like the decoder is meant to be portable to embedded systems
18:06:42bertrikyes I read that, so sounds doable
18:06:59bertrikand the malloc thing wasn't that big of a thing either as I understood
18:07:06saratogayeah it sounds like its a nonissue
18:07:20saratogai'm curious how the codec works internally, it seems quite different then all others i've seen
18:07:33bertrikhow exactly?
18:07:57bertrikI read it has emphasis on low latency, but we don't really care abou tthat
18:07:57saratogano well defined sample rate, scalable latency, and I think it can change how it transforms data depending on the latency and bitrate specified
18:08:31saratogai think you can basically tell it the latency you want, and it figures out how to do that, from near 0 to 100s of milliseconds like AAC
18:08:50bertrikwith a trade-off between latency and quality?
18:09:01saratogacompression scales with latency basically
18:09:03saratogayeah
18:09:21saratogasince for good compression you want long fourier transform lengths, but those imply long latency
18:10:24bertrikbut is there any impact on decoding-only?
18:11:18saratogaOpus doesn't really have a "sampling rate" (unless you want to count the 16Hz,25,50,100,200,400Hz frame rates ) there are several rates which can be most efficiently encoded or decoded from which are all integer relative to 48000
18:11:41saratogaThe rates of the encoder and decoder are independent and don't change the bitstream (except presumably a 8kHz encoder wouldn't be encoding sound at 20kHz)— this eliminates rate incompatibilities, rate negotiation, makes smaller decoder (lower memory footprint) implementations possible, etc.
18:11:48saratogai have no idea
18:11:51bertriknice actually
18:12:01saratogai don't know of anything else that works like this
18:12:11saratogai assume its quite different then anything else we have
18:13:08bertrikour 44.1 kHz default sample rate is incompatible with the 48 kHz hierarchy
18:14:07saratogaIIUC you can run the decoder at 44.1k
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18:15:52saratogahmm maybe not
18:16:01saratogait loos like the MDCT is always run at 48k
18:16:09saratogaso we may need to resample
18:16:59bertriknoooooooo
18:17:35saratogai'll hopefully get our resampling fixed up soon
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18:18:25saratogawe could also think about handling the resampling internally to the codec, perhaps using better quality
18:19:54bertrikI'd be happy to at least get it working first with a 8.8 % pitch error :)
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18:26:56wodzbertrik: rk27xx coded strange output is not the problem of common buffer. The device has output caps. I also dissasembled related part of OF and compared it both to sdk and datasheet. OF doesn't drive this chip in capless mode. Maybe I need to toggle some gpio.
18:27:08wodz*codec
18:28:21bertrikwodz, ok, nice to have that confirmed, too bad it's not the solution yet
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19:41:50[Saint]Is there some special trickery you have to do to get Chrome to save a .patch file from flyspray instead of opening it?
19:42:14[Saint]whoops...wrong channel, but, kinda relevant.
19:48:14amayer[Saint]: it does that for alot of file types for me.
19:48:17amayerjust go to file > save as
19:48:19amayeror right click the link and save page as
19:50:22[Saint]Not everybody uses Windows, and, the latter isn't entirely useful. But thanks.
19:51:13[Saint]gedit; ctrl+a; ctrl+v seems to be the best solution.
19:52:28amayer[Saint]: im not using windows either
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19:53:10agumonkeyhi peeps, looking for help with a non-rockbox sansa clip+, any info or channel I could go ?
19:53:26[Saint]argh. Sorry, I parsed it incorrectly. My brain merged the two lines into "right click > save target as"
19:54:28agumonkeyJust found the clip v2 unbricking tutorial, reading.
19:55:06[Saint]agumonkey: what makes you believe your player is bricked?
19:55:17amayerits all good. it does get kind of annoying sometimes.
19:55:19amayermp3 files and some other file types just open a new window. they dont download like intended.
19:55:21amayerthats the only reason i knew how to save the file
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19:57:48agumonkey[Saint]: maybe my terminology is fuzzy. Clip+ does not power, even on usb, blank screen. Linux report usb device of 32Mb. Smells bad right ?
19:58:42[Saint]agumonkey: yes, indeed. These are familiar symptoms.
19:59:02[Saint]I really wish we had some idea what this 32MB partition actually is.
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20:00:29agumonkeyIt has never been modded (soft or hard), no official firmware update.
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20:01:29[Saint]agumonkey: interesting, probably the first time I've heard of one of these getting into that state without a little bit of outside help.
20:01:48agumonkeyyep, genuine crash
20:03:54[Saint]Well, in a weird way, congratulations...I guess :)
20:04:56[Saint]At this point in stage you're at a point where the unbricking guide can't really make anything worse unless you physically damage the hardware whilst opening the device.
20:05:20[Saint]But what we know of the unbrick process is a *very* inexact science.
20:05:57agumonkeyRequires a lot of very precise knowledge of used chips..
20:06:44agumonkeyIs it necessary to unsolder battery to overwrite a fresh firmware in the 32MB space ?
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20:07:30[Saint]agumonkey: its necessary to guarantee the device is off.
20:08:12[Saint]If you can guarantee that by other means, go nuts, I guess.
20:09:14agumonkeygood point
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20:41:52[Saint]Hum... FS #12570 is quite broken :-S
20:41:53fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12570 310 bands EQ (patches, unconfirmed)
20:42:38[Saint]agumonkey: its also not the 32MB partition you write the FW to
20:43:02[Saint]As I said, we don't know what that partition is, what it does, or what its for.
20:43:40[Saint]To be able to recover the device, you need to expose the recovery partition, which is ~460MB or so iirc
20:52:53pamauryomg, the linux source code from the nwz from sony is horrible
20:55:15bertrikwait, drop that soldering iron!
20:56:17bertrika sansa showing only 30 or 32 MB space should be recoverable with a simple dd, no soldering needed
20:56:59bertriksoldering should be the very last resort
20:57:17bertrikplease stop recommending that
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20:58:59[Saint]bertrik: update the Unbrick page then.
20:59:18[Saint]In my experience, that 32MB partition is useless if its actually bricked.
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21:01:03[Saint]I have recovered a few players now, but never by simply being able to dd a firmware to the 32MB parition
21:02:11[Saint]If you have, and you know the recipe, great. I'd love to know it and I'm sure others would too.
21:04:39bertrikI did actually recover a device showing the 30 MB partition
21:05:24[Saint]That's awesome. I'd love to know how it was done, I've never been able to do it that way.
21:06:14[Saint]The only luck I've had is through repition, and eventually getting the magic right to expose the recovery partition and dd'ing in a patched OF.
21:07:27bertrikand the recovery partition is the 1G (or so) one?
21:08:03[Saint]yeah, I misremembered earlier and said 400something MB, but its ~960MB iirc
21:08:15agumonkeybertrik: how did you manage that ?
21:08:30[Saint]agumonkey: I'm curious too :)
21:08:42bertrikI remember just dd-ing the original firmware .bin file to it
21:09:59agumonkeybertrik: did you see usb io errors with that device ? sometimes linux prints some errors
21:10:13bertrikI don't remember
21:10:22[Saint]Perhaps it is possible that there are various states of "bricked" for these devices, and it is possible to recover that way depending on what got trashed.
21:10:56[Saint]kugel: are you around?
21:11:14agumonkey[Saint]: do you think the ~1GB partition is embedded in the microcontroller/cpu ?
21:12:02agumonkey[Saint]: I half-theorized those 32MB were reported by the controller on exceptions , being the firmware ~EEPROM
21:12:46[Saint]agumonkey: no no, its an area of the main storage. I don't think there's any SoCs (for these types of devices at least) that have anywhere near that much storage.
21:13:12bertrikI think the ~1GB partition is the built-in flash (but without the special bank-switching magic), the 4 MB partition might be RAM
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21:13:21agumonkey[Saint]: you're right, that's highly probable, even high end device don't have that much lol
21:13:49bertrikand if they device has a ~30 MB partition, it's exactly twice the OF firmware size IIRC
21:14:05agumonkeyOF meaning ?
21:14:13[Saint]Original Firmware
21:14:17agumonkeyaight
21:15:06agumonkeyso: this 1GB is just the first ram module , something like that ? and when you put the firmware at the start then reboot, the controller reads this and flash itself ?
21:15:39agumonkeyI mean the NAND is fully for data storage, no code left here ?
21:18:21bertrikno, the first X MB of the NAND stores the firmware image, the rest is used for the FAT file system
21:18:50agumonkeyOk
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21:21:05agumonkeyi'm gonna try to dd then. I'm not even sure that the device will enable dd to write anything ^^
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21:28:27agumonkeydd success. clip+ still bricked
21:28:41funmanwhich size if the disk agumonkey ?
21:28:53agumonkey 62688 512-byte logical blocks: (32.0 MB/30.6 MiB)
21:29:12agumonkeylinux ehci reports : scsi 8:0:0:0: Direct-Access UNDEF storage 1.0 PQ: 0 ANSI: 0
21:30:22funmanreserved size for OF is 61440 sectors
21:31:26funmani.e. exactly twice the size of the OF file
21:31:38funmanwhat did you read from this memory before overwriting it ?
21:31:55agumonkeythe OF I dl is 01.02.16 , 16MB , half yes
21:32:24agumonkeyI didn't read anything.. since it's not a recognized partition by fdisk
21:32:44agumonkeyDid I worsened the situation ?
21:33:06funmanwho knows
21:33:24funmanyou could've read what you could from this device and saved it
21:33:43agumonkeyindeed. that would be a wise thing to do
21:33:58agumonkey* note for future self : stop being a newb *
21:33:58funmanah i just read 'non rockbox'
21:34:07funmanalso 'usb io errors'
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21:34:10agumonkeyah
21:34:14agumonkeynew diagnosis
21:34:16funmanput that player into the bin, it's broken
21:34:27agumonkeysadness ensue
21:34:32funman(remove the battery though)
21:34:47agumonkeyI can't even repurpose this as a usb key, how lame
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21:35:18funmani think the player goes into that mode when it can't even read the OF on the flash (because the flash's is broken or unreadable)
21:35:37bertrikmaybe you can still read the 2nd half of the 30 MB partition?
21:35:51bertrikor perhaps try to copy the OF .bin image there too?
21:36:40agumonkeyI don't think the chip is programmed to sniff the ram for a potential firmware
21:37:09agumonkeyfunman: does NAND fails like this often ? it wasnt even heavily used
21:37:30bertrikso, for opus, the usual way of framing coded data is apparently to use an ogg container
21:37:54agumonkeyI'll try the bridge/recovery mode , for curiosity sake
21:40:18funmanbertrik: hmm where di you see this?
21:40:39bertriksee what?
21:41:42funmanthat opus usually go into ogcc
21:41:43funmanogg*
21:42:08funmanThis framing is not self-delimiting. Instead, it assumes that a lower layer (such as UDP or RTP [RFC3550] or Ogg [RFC3533] or Matroska [Matroska-website]) will communicate the length, in bytes,
21:42:12funmanfrom http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-codec-opus-16
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21:43:37bertrikI looked in one of the opus test vector files at http://people.xiph.org/~greg/opus_testvectors/
21:43:57bertrikmaybe 'framing' was the wrong word
21:44:00funmanthe .opus files are in fact ogg?
21:44:45bertrik'file' says so and I see the 'OggS' header in the file when I do a hex dump
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22:00:24bertrikfunman, are you interested in opus too?
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22:05:10bertrikdo we support alloc in rockbox?
22:05:16bertrikI mean alloca
22:11:19funmanbertrik: yes, i looked a bit at it but it was still in development stage
22:11:33funmanno I don't think we use alloca, but we can use variable size arrays for the same effect
22:11:49funmane.g. void f(int n) { int foo[n]; }
22:12:08funmaninstead of int *foo = alloca(n * sizeof(*foo));
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22:12:48funmani think these are valid since C99 (or GNU extensions), and it's why alloca was used before
22:13:09agumonkeyjust dd the 32MB partition then hexdumped it to get 0000000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
22:13:12agumonkey*
22:13:14agumonkey1e9c000
22:13:20agumonkeyIt really looks fried
22:13:36agumonkeyBut now I got a portable /dev/null
22:13:51*funman suggests agumonkey takes this topic on #rockbox-community
22:14:11bertrikI've never ported a codec before, so this could be a nice learning experience
22:14:31bertrikthe opus decoder looks simple enough
22:14:44bertrikat least the API
22:15:14gevaertshmm
22:15:15bertrikI don't know how to get packets from the ogg container though
22:15:16funmanindeed
22:15:31funmanbertrik: perhaps see if mkv is simpler
22:16:01funmanif you use the codec in CBR you don't need a container I suppose
22:16:15funmanthe test/ part of opus tarball should have tests operating on raw data
22:16:55funmani.e. make check does ./encode + ./decode and measure differences between PCM input and output. Using ogg here would be quite complex I guess
22:21:35bertrikfunman, sorry for perhaps a silly question, but what does a container usually do?
22:21:38bertrikmetadata?
22:21:45bertrikallow efficient seeking?
22:22:25bertrikor is metadata usually just tacked on the start or end of the file?
22:23:31funmanmetadata is not the primary use
22:24:03funmanfor audio it should at least tell you # of channels, samplerate
22:24:12funmanand framing like you said
22:25:17funmanif opus frames have no length, you can have 1 or 2 bytes before each frame which give frame length
22:27:21funmani.e. what is required to initialize decoder (channels, rate); and how to split the data into frames to give it to the decoder
22:29:07funmane.g. see lib/rbcodec/codecs/libm4a/demux.c
22:29:26funmanread_chunk_stco() apparently builds a table of byte positions for fast seeking
22:32:04[Saint]kugel: git HEAD seems to have broken FS #12474 in apps/gui/bitmap/list.c
22:32:05fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12474 3[PATCH] Database: Support for multiple search roots. (patches, new)
22:35:32kugel[Saint]: I split the patch into 4 and pushed then to gerrit. the first is already in master
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22:54:22[Saint]kugel: I don't get it... :-S
22:54:28[Saint]is g299 still valid?
22:54:29fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #299 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/299 : Database: Support for multiple search roots. by Thomas Martitz (changes/99/299/1)
22:54:40[Saint]I'm getting an error trying to cherry pick into HEAD
22:59:24kugel[Saint]: it depends on earlier patches, cherry-pick doesn't work there
22:59:37kugeldo a checkout
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23:01:46kugelor pull
23:02:42kugelit depends on g297, you'd need to cherry pick that too
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