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Subject: Re: Compiling IPod with 64MB memory

Re: Compiling IPod with 64MB memory

From: Dave Chapman <dave_at_dchapman.com>
Date: 2006-02-27

postmaster@diffenbach.org wrote:
> when I compile the iPod video target with64MB memory, I get a usable
> firmware that uses all 64MB of memory, but none of the codecs or plugins
> work.

Are you definitely using codecs and plugins compiled for your new 64MB
Rockbox? Codecs and plugins are compiled and linked to run from fixed
locations at the end of RAM - so if you are using a 64MB build with
codecs built for a 32MB build, it won't work.

> To compile to 64MB, I changed line 757 of tools/configure from
> memory=32 # 30GB models have 32MB, 60GB have 64MB
> to
> memory=64 # 30GB models have 32MB, 60GB have 64MB
>
>
> What do I need to do make the codecs and plugins work?

From what I can see, that should be enough to make the codecs and
plugins work.

Try the following steps just to make sure nothing bad from a previous
build is still around:

1) Create a new build directory

2) Run ../tools/configure followed by make followed by make zip

3) Delete the .rockbox directory and rockbox.ipod files from your ipod

4) Unzip the rockbox.zip file you created in step 2 onto your ipod.

But afaik, you're the first person to try a 64MB build - so there could
be more subtle problems.

Dave.
Received on Mon Feb 27 13:56:54 2006


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