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Subject: Re: iPod 5G Video 60GB
You're actually already in Rockbox. When you click on the "Rockbox" in the
list, that's the rockbox.ipod file in the root of your drive, you're
actually telling it to reload itself (it can also be used to load different
versions of the software, on some players).
At this point I would suggest reading our manual, as it contains a section
on the basic operations of Rockbox, as well as a list of controls, and would
be the best resource to help you get started playing your music.
On 12/4/06, Alan Davies <ajd_at_adavies.net> wrote:
> I'm quite excited to have found you through a Linux organization of
> which I'm a member. I'm having a bit of a problem getting Rockbox setup
> on my iPod and hoping someone can tell me where/what I need to change.
> First, I followed the directions for installation and achieved a certain
> amount of success.
> It appears I was able to load the bootstrap as I see the system boot,
> the Rockbox logo comes up, then it goes away showing a in very small
> print the directories on the root of the iPod (calendar, contacts, . .
> ., rockbox). That's where the it all ends. If I select Rockbox, the
> logo comes up again but then it brings me back to the same menu. I also
> tried to unzip Rockbox to the iPod root as directed by the
> documentation, but the same results.
> Any help is appreciated.
> Kind regards,
> Alan Davies
Received on 2006-12-04
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