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#rockbox log for 2013-12-05

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00:23:16shadowsrb locks up when playing or changing tracks between opus files on 3.13 release
00:23:20shadowsfuze v1
00:23:34shadowsis filesystem corrupt? how to determine?
00:23:59[Saint]what bitrate?
00:24:10[Saint]You're likely exceding the devices capabilities.
00:24:19shadowsoh hm that's an interesting theory
00:24:25[Saint]Opus is in a state of infancy in general, and very much so in Rockbox.
00:24:52shadowsI don't know if it happens with other codec files, should i try others?
00:25:55[Saint]I can't think of a comparable codec to be honest, "the usual suspects" are all very much optimized.
00:26:24[Saint]mp3 and flac would hardly make a dent in the CPU.
00:26:38gevaertsape? :)
00:26:43[Saint]Hehehe
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00:30:47shadowsavg 128kbit/s seems to work, avg 140kbit/s did not
00:31:01shadowsneed to test more extensively; your guess is too high bitrate?
00:31:36[Saint]correct.
00:31:48[Saint](fwiw, 140 is pretty insane for Opus)
00:32:25[Saint]There's not a lot to be gained by using Opus presently.
00:32:57[Saint]slightly smaller files, sure, but rather drastically increased CPU usage compared to other codecs.
00:33:09shadowsvorbis falls over on some of my classical music
00:33:16[Saint](meaning less runtime)
00:33:41[Saint]Hmmm? Vorbis _should_ be fine.
00:33:53shadowsso... maybe I have to be more pragmatic ;)
00:34:11[Saint]Do the files have some insane comments (that we should deal with I think) or ridiculous embedded art?
00:34:20shadowsno I mean sonically
00:34:28[Saint]AH.
00:34:40shadowsvorbis does great at most stuff but there' some corner cases in my music that it just fails hard
00:35:18[Saint]Go with mp3V0 or something if you're wanting smaller files.
00:35:31shadowsif you want to try it yourself, a more common source material you can find is the greatest hits album for YMCA ... not that I'm really into that music ha
00:36:00shadowsyeah I get it I should be more pragmatic and just do it as high bitrate mp3
00:36:04shadowsor leave as flac
00:36:10CtcpIgnored 1 channel CTCP requests in 0 seconds at the last flood
00:36:10*[Saint] has lossless sources to work from, so I can encode to whatever I please.
00:36:35shadowswhat limits opus from working well in rockbox?
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00:37:15[Saint]Infancy and lack of arch specific optimization I believe.
00:37:29shadowsokay
00:37:45shadowsI do have avg bitrate 124kbit/s opus material that fails to play
00:37:55[Saint]People have been working on arm mpa optimizations here for years and years.
00:38:25shadowsI'm not 100% confident that using too much CPU is really the issue here
00:39:02shadowswould the system abort and/or lock up if it were?
00:39:02[Saint]It _shouldn't_ be a buffering issue.
00:39:42[Saint]Sure, its certainly possible that pegging the CPU will cause fun things to happen.
00:40:20shadowsI'd like to be more helpful than "it doesn't work."
00:40:24[Saint]If its codec-specific, I very highly doubt its FS corruption.
00:41:04shadowsoh I don't know, how to verify if there is FS corruption or not
00:41:17[Saint]which OS?
00:41:36shadowsplayer OS is rockbox 3.13 release , host OS is Ubuntu
00:43:36[Saint]"fsck.vfat -a -V -W /path/to/device"
00:43:52[Saint](drop -a to do a run without modifying the filesystem)
00:44:11[Saint]errr, sorry s/-W/-w/
00:45:33[Saint]Those flags are -a (automatic repair), -V (verbose output), and -w (write-out immediately)
00:46:00shadowsno errors reported
00:46:13shadows/dev/sdb: 2580 files, 248748/249794 clusters
00:47:55pamaurynothing like dumping the boot EEPROM in lua using undocumented PIO read mode of i2c block :D
00:48:18shadows[Saint]: is there some test I can do on my host OS to get feature parity with the rb opus decoder ... i.e. play the same file on my host OS to determine if the bug is platform specific to the limits or arch specific code of Sansa Fuze v1 with rockbox ?
00:49:00*gevaerts bets the issue is not CPU speed
00:49:24shadowsvlc plays file okay
00:49:32shadowsthe same file, even
00:55:42pamaurywow, stmp3600 cannot boot from ssp, that's why there is an eeprom !
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00:59:40saratogatheres been further improvements to opus since 3.13
00:59:50shadowssaratoga: I'll try a git build
00:59:53shadowsthanks!
01:00
01:00:14[Saint]There's usually very little reason to not run git head.
01:00:22saratogaa slow CPU or whatever generally won't cause the player to lock up, but it might cause the player to skip
01:00:48[Saint]Generally speaking the releases are for those that think their players will catch fire if they run git head.
01:01:13[Saint]People use the releases because they are "stable", but, the git head builds are likely to contain less bugs in general.
01:01:32shadows[Saint]: preaching to the choir here
01:03:59shadowsis there a simple way to disable rockbox USB data function?
01:04:27shadowsI want to completely and totally disable any possibility of USB storage when using rockbox
01:04:42shadowsit tends to cause corruption on Fuze
01:05:01saratogaprobably by recompiling with the USB stack disabled in the fuzev1 config file
01:05:06shadowsah okay
01:05:11shadowsfuzev1 config
01:05:23saratogaalthough no promises it still compiles like that
01:06:36shadowsso.... #undef the CONFIG_USBOTG and HAVE_USBSTACK
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01:06:58*shadows mumbles "etc..."
01:07:27[Saint]You could always just remember to hold a key when inserting USb.
01:07:32[Saint]Its not _that_ difficult.
01:07:42shadowsthat's error prone and if I miss it one time, then corruption
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01:08:00[Saint]Mounting alone should not cause corruption.
01:08:06[Saint]If it does, something is *very* wrong.
01:08:30shadowsI don't know what causes corruption, but I have narrowed it down to rockbox USB stack being enabled by default
01:08:56[Saint]I rather suspect you're failing to eject the volume correctly.
01:09:02[Saint]Which can and will cause corruption.
01:09:26shadows[Saint]: I'll mail you a device if you'd like to come up with a fix for this
01:09:39shadowsdata aborts and lockups, and corrupt filesystem
01:09:44shadowsloads of fun to debug!
01:09:56[Saint]I, and many others, have a fix for this - don't use Rockbox USB.
01:10:17[Saint]Mind you, it works absolutely fine for me on my system(s) anyway.
01:10:24shadowshm what about flipping the behavior
01:10:40shadowsinvert the logic so that I have to hold a button down to engage rockbox USB stack?
01:10:52[Saint]Yes, that is possible.
01:11:00shadowswhere in sources to look for that
01:14:04chrisjj_pamaruy: "#define MODEL_NAME "Creative Zen" but I'm not sure it's even used somewhere maybe in some bootloaders and plugins"
01:14:37pamaurychrisjj_: yes ?
01:14:48chrisjj_Yes, three bootloaders and one plug in.
01:15:23[Saint]grep is your friend.
01:15:53chrisjj_Nowhere in RB itself.
01:16:14shadows[Saint]: uh, what you're telling me is that you don't know and have no interest in helping, yet you keep talking ? good job, shut up. Thanks!
01:16:37[Saint]Uhhh...I'm sorry?
01:16:51[Saint]Please, do take that attitude elsewhere.
01:17:23pamaurychrisjj_: as expected
01:17:33[Saint](though, curiously, the response given does apply to your question as well, I was not addressing yourself)
01:20:29shadowsUSBPOWER_BTN_IGNORE
01:23:44chrisjj_pamaury: .c was not a good place to put this external name.
01:25:15[Saint]You're aware its a community effort, yeah? See something broken? ...fix it.
01:25:43[Saint]No need to concern pamaury with trivial things in a very young port.
01:25:45pamaurychrisjj_: don't understand what you mean
01:26:00[Saint]There are much more interesting things for him to be working on presently. Cleanup can come later.
01:29:20chrisjj_Well, it's no surprise that other build types (manual, webpages etc.) resort to manual retypes of the external name, because they can't easily get it from the point of definition - only C builds can easily get it from a .C.
01:30:39pamaurythat's purely internal, an historical artifact, the very fact that it is nearly unused shows it
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01:31:11pamaurybesides, we already explained you why this "official name" thing is really no big deal
01:31:37chrisjj_There are many uses of the external name, so I think one cannot say the fact no-one uses the definition is because no-one wanted to.
01:32:52[Saint]You kinda need to pick your battles. There are a few things that make little to no sense as they are, but those things generally have very little impact.
01:33:18pamauryok consider this: 1) Rockbox has existed for more than 10 years 2) after 10 years only 3 places uses this name: 2 random bootloader and one testing plugin
01:33:50chrisjj_Whether it is official is a different matter. This is about having a single definition of the name of the target so that all the various builds don't have to have their own literal.
01:34:13[Saint]If it bothers you that much, fix it.
01:34:16pamauryI give up on this issue, if you patches and want them to be reviewed, please do so
01:34:21pamaury*you hav
01:34:27chrisjj_Perhaps you mean only four places use the *definition*.
01:34:36chrisjj_Many more use the name.
01:35:08[Saint]Lets worry about things that matter for now, shall we?
01:35:16chrisjj_Those many places don't use the definition. The definition is not fit for general use. It is in .c. And in fact I think even the name of the file in undefines, no?
01:35:17[Saint]ie. not this.
01:35:31chrisjj_E.g. "creativezen.h"
01:35:57chrisjj_I mean, how would you write a web page script to list all the current build targets by name?
01:36:16[Saint]I'm not entirely sure why this is a problem, but if you feel so strongly about it, I invite you to do something about it. As I assure you no one else will.
01:36:18chrisjj_I can see no way of doing it except with embedded literals.
01:36:28chrisjj_If I'm wrong, please tell me how.
01:36:56[Saint]You're not wrong...it just doesn't matter.
01:37:05[Saint]Its wholly inconsequential.
01:37:39chrisjj_Ah, now I see I'm wrong.
01:38:51chrisjj_I could loop over firmware\export\config\*.h , thereby avoiding having to know the .h filenames. But still I'd have to parse the .h.
01:39:40chrisjj_Trying it now...
01:41:06chrisjj_Fail on first file. android.h's MODEL_NAME is "Rockbox". Oh dear.
01:41:33chrisjj_"I think even the name of the file in undefines, no?" Sorry, "is undefined".
01:41:33pamauryI really don't understand what you are trying to achieve or to show
01:41:52[Saint]Nor do I, but, he seems to care about it a lot...so, leave him to it.
01:41:59[Saint]It seems to be keeping him occupied.
01:42:28chrisjj_"how would you write a web page script to list all the current build targets by name?"
01:42:59[Saint]...*why* would you do that?
01:43:07[Saint]How isn't important without the why.
01:43:31pamaurywe already have builds.pm for this I think
01:43:37[Saint]It seems like you're fixing a problem that doesn't yet exist and may never.
01:44:06chrisjj_I'd love to see how builds.pm does that. I can't see how.
01:44:19*[Saint] suggests looking
01:44:54pamauryit has a list of all targets
01:44:58pamauryjust saying...
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01:49:31chrisjj_Are the different lists/sub-lists of targets around the website made from that? E.g. http://www.rockbox.org/daily.shtml ?
01:51:10pamaurymostly depends on tools/builds.pm and buildservers/builds
01:51:15pamauryI already told you that
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01:52:21chrisjj_Sorry, I missed that. I can't find it in this chat.
01:53:03[Saint]seriously? It was like 10 minutes ago.
01:53:25[Saint]its still in my scrollback that ony displays 12 lines of text. :)
01:53:27chrisjj_Timestamp, please.
01:53:53*[Saint] doesn't think it particularly important, like most of this conversation.
01:54:00[Saint]I'm quite sure you can read.
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02:34:59saratogaputting names in a .c file isn't necessarily better or worse than elsewhere, its just annoying here because we haven't setup the manual system to pull things from the core of rockbox
02:35:19saratogaprobably this should be done via the c preprocessor being called from the latex compiler
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02:35:40saratogaor build script
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03:15:04shadowssaratoga: git from today plays most of my opus files fine
03:15:18shadowsmuch improved compared to the stable release 3.13
03:15:25chrisjj_putting names in a .c file isn't necessarily better or worse than elsewhere
03:15:35chrisjj_"putting names in a .c file isn't necessarily better or worse than elsewhere" well...
03:16:22chrisjj_... they are harder for anything by the C compliler to get at them, compared with names accessible to makefies.
03:17:33chrisjj_BTW, re buildservers/builds , is this built by hand, or by some tool?
03:18:52[Saint]It is built by hand, there is no reason to build it automatically.
03:19:29[Saint]For the life of me I cannot understand your current crusade. I suggest picking something to get picky about that will actually make a difference.
03:19:44[Saint]I mean that in the nicest possible way.
03:20:06[Saint]The enthusiasm is great, it could be better directed, however.
03:20:49shadowssaratoga: instead of crashing, there's a delay (3-10 seconds) before the track plays
03:20:59shadowsworks for me!
03:25:02chrisjj_"there is no reason to build it automatically." Unless you think consistency of target names is a good reason :) GTG, bye.
03:25:28chrisjj_PS You haven't seen my current crusade :)
03:25:48[Saint]If its anything like this one I'm not sure I care to.
03:26:14[Saint]Fact is, we've gone over a decade without this bothering anyone.
03:26:24[Saint]That's indicative of the level of importance.
03:29:25chrisjj_Well, you're wrong there. It bothered me three years ago :)
03:30:40[Saint]And look at all the fuss it caused in those three years! Oh God, it must've been awful for you...how did you cope?
03:32:35[Saint]All I'm saying is, it pays to chose your battles. You could wrestle with this, and have it make absolutely no difference realistically, or you could chose to work on something that has an immediate and apparent impact.
03:33:07[Saint]In saying that, no one is stopping you. Patches are welcomed, if sane.
03:33:09chrisjj_Dont worry, Saint. I'm doing both. BFN.
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03:50:58saratoga_shadows: a long delay makes it sound like theres something odd with the metadata
03:51:03saratoga_decoding should start almost immediately
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03:51:41saratoga_either large embedded album art, or a very large external jpeg might take a while to parse through
03:55:54[Saint]Are metadata requirements for Opus fully standardized yet, or subject to change?
03:57:57saratoga_it uses Ogg, so its the same as vorbis
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04:00:21robopetHi all, I want to unbrick my Sansa Fuze v2 (not rockboxed).I have a white screen after booting the logo and it freezes after that. My computer doesn't recognize it, I tried everything to force recovery mode.
04:01:46saratoga_you can try the unbrick instructions on the wiki, but they're extremely difficult and require disassembling the player, which unfortunately means you will eventually have to reassemble the player if you fix it which is extremely difficult to do
04:02:08saratoga_a lot of people break the board trying to take it apart
04:02:34robopetI took it apart already
04:04:10[Saint]The only reason to try the unbrick procedure is if you're getting the weird ~30MB partition
04:04:34saratoga_i think in theory it can help in other states too, but its not well understood so who knows
04:04:37[Saint]and _sometimes_ the 4MB one, but I think most cases of recovery there were flukes or pseudo-bricks.
04:05:14[Saint]It is in no way shape or form an exact science. Its all a giant fluke this was ever discovered.
04:06:28[Saint]And, yes. saratoga_ is quite right, though perhaps a little unclear.
04:06:40[Saint]Most people manage to take it apart, very few ever get it back together again.
04:06:54[Saint]That wheel ribbon is an absolute nightmare.
04:07:25[Saint]And the device is absolutely useless without it.
04:07:57shadowssaratoga_: indeed some of the files have embedded album art
04:08:33[Saint]I thought we coped well with obscenely large art now and just gave up trying to load it?
04:08:41[Saint]...maybe that's the reason for the delay.
04:09:28shadowsrobopet: how did it get bricked?
04:11:31saratoga_shadows: in Ogg album art is skipped if its embedded, but the ogg formats requires that one still parse it which can be time consuming and can fail if the art is large relative to the device's available codec memory
04:11:46saratoga_if its external it will be loaded and resized, which can also take a while if it is very large
04:12:09[Saint]AH. Derp, yes. Its skipped if embedded.
04:12:09saratoga_album art in Ogg streams is sort of a hack, and the standard strongly recommends that if you do it you keep it small
04:13:47saratoga_the embedded ogg parser actually does not handle large album art well at all on embedded systems, and while we've improved it quite a lot, its still possible to screw things up if you try and put a 500 kb JPEG in an Ogg file
04:13:56robopetIt was a few years ago, but it got bricked (or at least I think) when it was reloading the database and i accidently eject the micro sd and it froze. afterwards, I reset it and it gave me the white screen of death after the booting logo
04:14:48[Saint]Considering the cost of these devices now, I'd cut my losses and get another one.
04:15:02[Saint]These days they're basically disposable.
04:16:03robopetyea, but im just a kid, and i like to fix/repair electronics
04:16:13saratoga_try the unbrick instructions then
04:17:45shadowsrobopet: loading original firmware (hold left button) on boot no worky?
04:18:03[Saint]shadows: not Rockboxed, so, no.
04:18:06shadowsoh wait... no rockbox
04:18:43robopetno
04:19:02robopeti tried that already
04:19:49robopetand alse tried hard reset + holding power button for a minute
04:19:49shadowsbest forum advice I read is to hold power switch up for 60 seconds
04:19:55shadowsyeah
04:20:02shadowsyou're ahead of me of course :)
04:20:26saratoga_if it crashes midway through the OF boot procedure there is nothing you can do except for the unbrick trick
04:20:34[Saint]^ this
04:20:36saratoga_well that or try and boot rockbox
04:20:45saratoga_but probably if hte OF is blown away that won't work either
04:20:49[Saint]But, the latter is out here. :)
04:21:04saratoga_probably the internal SD state is scrambled so you can't load enough of the OS to actually boot
04:21:10[Saint]No Rockbox and no way to install it == ...unsurprisingly, no Rockbox.
04:22:38[Saint]The only hope here at all is convincing the OF to boot. Everything relies on that.
04:23:05saratoga_the USB code in the unbrick trick does not depend on the SD, so in theory it can boot no matter what, but its apparently just some dead code left behind, not something intended to actually work, so its very unpredictable what will happen when you attempt to use it
04:28:41robopetok, thanks. I'll try the unbricking, wish me good luck ;)
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04:39:09ihniwidSo I recently came in the possession of an Archos Recorder 20 V1
04:39:48ihniwidI went to install a 120gb msata disk through a msata to 44 pin IDE converter
04:40:12ihniwidEverything goes well until I copy my music collection over and everything on the disk gets all corrupty
04:40:40ihniwidIt gets corrupty after I disconnect from the computer
04:40:57ihniwidThe folder the music was in dispersal
04:41:17ihniwidrockbox folder gets a new name and also becomes not a folder
04:41:31ihniwidSo, any ideas guys?
04:41:42[Saint]Assumedly you have checked the disk for filesystem corruption?
04:41:51[Saint]And, I also assume the problem is repeatable?
04:42:02ihniwidYup, I checked it and also reformatted it
04:42:09ihniwidand it continues in its corrupting ways
04:42:50[Saint]Do you have the ability to verify the integrity of the disk in a device that doesn't need an adapter plate?
04:43:05[Saint]Say, PC/Laptop?
04:43:20ihniwidthe closest I can get to that is an msata->sata->usb adapter
04:43:34ihniwidand it shows me the corrupted data
04:43:37[Saint]My guess is the adapter causing issues, those things are often made out of chewing gum, spit, and hope.
04:43:46ihniwidThat was my fear
04:43:58[Saint]Its is really difficult to find ones of any decent quality.
04:44:18[Saint]If we canrule out the adapter plate, it would be a BIG help in debugging this.
04:44:56shadowsfat32 ?
04:45:12ihniwidfat32 formatted using gparted in linux
04:45:54shadowsdoes that need partitioning or can it be superfloppy?
04:46:57[Saint]I'm fairly certain Rockbox doesn't care if its a superfloppy.
04:47:07[Saint]That choice is usually up to what the OF cares about.
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04:47:42robopetim back, it [computer running ubuntu] cant find the sansa
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04:48:23shadowsrobopet: nothing in 'lsusb' ?
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04:48:34robopetnope
04:49:02robopetnor fdisk or lspci
04:50:43robopeti tried a couple of times, but its hard to hold the wire, plug it in, and run fdisk
04:51:15robopetmy dad helped me, but it's not working
04:53:42ihniwidhttp://imgur.com/7rtrPju
04:53:56ihniwidhere's my exact settings when formatted using gparted
04:54:26shadowsihniwid: that's 1-mbyte aligned
04:54:42shadowsI'm thinking the alignment is confusing the device
04:54:52[Saint]Shouldn't matter.
04:55:06[Saint]Hmmm...possibly for the OF, but I doubt Rockbox cares.
04:55:31ihniwidJust as a random thought I'm going to create the partition as 100gb
04:55:50ihniwidjust in case its some odd large disk problem
04:56:03shadowsyeah alternately fat32 formatted greater than 64gb I think was unsupported back in the day
04:56:05[Saint]Ahhh, indeed. Good catch. Yes, there may well be an upper limit to the partition size.
04:56:17[Saint]There's a chance you might have to do a multivolume build.
04:56:20shadowstry a 30gb fat32 formatted partition that starts at sector 0
04:56:24ihniwidif the 100gb fails ill try 60gb
04:56:34ihniwidor what shadows just said
04:57:17ihniwidoh, and idk if it matters I have the rockbox bootloader installed in flash on the archos
04:59:49[Saint]ihniwid: http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/BigDisk
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05:00:08[Saint]Just ignore the #define HAVE_LBA48 part, as that's already taken care of.
05:00:29[Saint]Turns out I was right, and this requires a multivolume build to address all that storage in Rockbox.
05:01:50ihniwidwoooo! second experience in joys and excitement in compiling embedded software
05:01:56ihniwidand that was totally said in sarcasm
05:02:26[Saint]...though, you said it was 120GB?
05:02:49[Saint]That should be below the limit LBA28 can address.
05:02:55ihniwidhttp://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B3X72OU/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i02?ie=UTF8&psc=1
05:03:21[Saint](which is what, guys? Little help? 128GiB or ~110GB?)
05:04:05ihniwidI think I found my problem, upon trying to copy Miley Cyrus's "Bangerz" it got all corrupty again
05:04:07ihniwidslash joke
05:05:01[Saint]Hmmm. Indeed. This disk should be fine, and multivolume isn't required.
05:06:44ihniwidOk, new development in this plot
05:06:51ihniwidI formatted it to 100gb
05:06:55ihniwidinstalled rockbox
05:07:05ihniwidcopied an album over to the device
05:07:09ihniwidand it worked
05:07:28ihniwidbut then when I reconnected it to my computer, windows explorer showed no files
05:07:58ihniwidSo I ejected the drive properly and the file explorer on the rockbox showed everything a-ok
05:08:23ihniwidi reconnected it again and copied a random file over and then windows explorer showed a new corrupt file
05:08:47ihniwidhttp://imgur.com/Um8HI6a
05:09:27ihniwidafter ejecting rockbox froze and after restarting i got an ".rockbox folder not found" error
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05:10:56*[Saint] really wants to blame the adapter plate
05:12:52ihniwidbest i can think of is to draw a pentagram out of sheep blood and banish the adapter plate demon
05:13:46[Saint]see if the seller will accept a return, cut your losses on shipping, then keep trying different adapter plates until you find a hit.
05:14:21ihniwidi find it interesting that rockbox can see the files but everything goes down the drain when windows gets involved
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05:18:50ihniwidI created a filter for virtualbox and I'm going to try to keep windows away from the disk
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05:22:41shadowsdo you need windows for any of that?
05:34:11ihniwid{
05:34:12ihniwid{
05:34:14ihniwid?
05:35:58ihniwidok, I'm going to blame the adapter
05:36:40ihniwidhttp://imgur.com/LvAfcW5
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06:01:22ihniwidhttp://www.jmicron.com/PDF/JMH330/JMH330_JMH330S.pdf
06:01:59ihniwidgiven point eleven out of curiosity I'm going to do the exhilarating task of recompiling rockbox to include LBA48
06:05:41[Saint]No need.
06:06:52[Saint]ihniwid: this has been standard for a long time now, there is no need to recompile solely for LBA48, nor would it apply to you anyway as the capacity is below the maximum LBA28 can address.
06:07:27[Saint]TL;DR: You don't need to, and it wouldn't make a difference if you did.
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08:59:48pixelmaI'm not sure if the "no big disk build required" is true for these Archoses in general. IIRC for +128 GB you needed a multivolume build anyway if you wanted to fill the disk inside your player because some other hardware couldn't handle it. So I was under the impression that the address handling was left out there too (maybe I'm misremembering though)
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10:17:53copper[Saint]: convenient command line to figure out the all-forgiving Replaygain pre-amp value to set: https://outpost.fr/tmp/en6.txt
10:18:05copperjust invert the sign
10:18:30coppermine is 5.13 dB apparently
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10:21:57ihniwidso is lba48 included by default for old archos build or not?
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10:23:41ihniwidactually I may have found a solution possibly
10:24:15ihniwidaccording to a reviewer on the product the msata has to be formatted with zeros before using it with this adapter
10:24:24ihniwidif a bunch of random bits were already written to it
10:24:44ihniwidthat may explain the random jibberishing and corrupifying of files
10:25:00ihniwidat least at 3:30AM that makes sense to me
10:30:14pixelmaI think you shouldn't need a special build with this drive because it's "only" 120GB
10:31:24ihniwidim going to try this format with zeros thing first
10:31:35ihniwidit at least seems sensible to me
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10:47:55ihniwidSo uh, yea, this whole zeroing thing is gonna take a while. Gotta love good ol' dd
10:48:04ihniwidin the mean time, where are you all from?
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11:45:44[Saint]The Internet.
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11:59:57ihniwidand so yeah, no surprise, we have reached ten gigs worth of zeros copie
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12:00:10ihniwidout of 128gb
12:00:45ihniwidso only about ten more ours to go or so
12:00:49ihniwidhours*
12:04:21copper[Saint]: I got interested, so I wrote a complete script to determine the optimal pregain value, taking into account not only replaygain value, but also peak values: http://outpost.fr/stuff/preamp.sh
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12:06:05copperi.e. it calculates the highest preamp value that you can apply, relative to 0 dBFS
12:07:30copper(that will never make any album or track clip)
12:08:06coppermeh, works with FLAC only
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12:39:07ihniwidI got my first rockbox build to successfully compile, haven't tested it yet but I believe that this is still an accomplishment!
12:39:37ihniwidMy only question with this is, are there any ways to exclude a plugin from being added into the final build?
12:44:15copperIn light of the results of my script on my music collection, it's obvious that for the preamp setting in Rockbox to be useful in preventing clipping, there needs to be one preamp setting for each replaygain mode (album and track)
12:44:50copperIn my case, for instance, I get a preamp value of -2.68 dB for album gain, and -7.38 dB for track gain
12:45:50copperFailing that, a user using both album gain and track gain would need to set the preamp to the lowest value encompassing both replaygain modes
12:47:20copperthe track preamp is probably going to be excessively low if the music collection includes one very quiet track with as little as one peak reaching 0 dBFS
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13:11:41ihniwidSo despite current problems regarding SSDs ever since I got my archos and put rockbox on it hot men have been appearing on my dick w/out me needing to pull moves on them
13:12:27ihniwidI tried the default archos firmware once and all I got was a bunch of fat chicks running toward me yelling "OMG DOOOOO U WANNA BE MY GBF!!!!!!!sparkle!!1!!!"
13:21:22[Saint]Uhhhhh. Yeah...that's not particularly appropriate.
13:23:43Zagorthat sounds like a bug
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13:23:54Zagor;)
13:24:18[Saint]...what if you like big girls?
13:24:42[Saint]It could be a feature.
13:26:34*ihniwid directs big girls over to Saint
13:26:50ihniwid[possible] bugs fixed
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14:06:21ihniwidsince everything gets corrupted upon connecting to my computer
14:07:00ihniwidi simply have to take the msata disk out and connect it to my computer in order to transfer data, then put it back in the adapter and that into the archos
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17:20:34wodzWhoa, this one IS interesting: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,43716.msg221792/topicseen.html#msg221792
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18:14:46chrisjjHow can I get an automatic list of the commits between two builds?
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18:32:09wodzgit log should help you
18:35:36chrisjjNot to get an automatic list, sadly.
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18:41:08copperscript it
18:44:11coppergit log | sed -z -e 's@.*commit a15a15ba61d3b153197699e8a4eba452075de056@@' -e 's@commit 23c6421f38eb2c47b725a3b8f57f8e74eaff2fd6.*@@'
18:44:39copper(from the top of my head)
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18:50:30chrisjjThanks, but where are the two builds specified there??
18:50:49copperwhichever builds you want
18:51:00copperthe hashes that I used there are just examples
18:51:34copperthat command will include the changelog of the first build and exclude the last build (and any later builds)
18:53:14chrisjjOK, thanks, and how do I discover the hash for a given build on e.g. http://www.rockbox.org/dl.cgi?bin=creativezen ?
18:54:20copperit's the "rev" column
18:54:34copperit's the first few characters of the hash, but it should be enough
18:54:53chrisjjEven though Rev is only 8 chars?
18:55:46copperyes
18:56:58chrisjjOK, thanks. I've never heard of sed -z but will give it a go.
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18:58:43chrisjjHmm... nor has sed man http://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk/CGI/man-cgi?sed heard of -z
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19:12:26pamaurydon't reinvent the wheel
19:16:38copperlol
19:17:01copperchrisjj: sed (GNU sed) 4.2.2
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20:17:52lorenzo92pamaury: I used my elftosb and it worked :) i'm just getting Looking for soc stmp3600: not found. Please load a soc by hand.
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20:29:49chrisjj"git rev-list A:B" Ah, sounds just the ticket :) Thanks.
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23:50:46saratogacan anyone reproduce this? http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,43719.msg221800/topicseen.html#msg221800
23:50:56saratogalarge fonts break things (memory corruption?) on the fuze+
23:53:44saratogawodz: someone else reported that too: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=43686.0
23:55:32pamauryhaha love this comment in the source of some stmp3600 stub:
23:55:32pamaury/! The problem is that, due to a bug in the hardware, the USB interface consumes a large amount of power whenever the PLL is turned on.
23:55:32pamaury/!This function performs the fabled UTMI clock gate dance. This specific series of steps will cause the USB hardware to remain quiet, no matter the state of the PLL.
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