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#rockbox log for 2009-07-28

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01:06:35CIA-6New commit by bertrik (r22076): Meizu: fix mask for GPIO function selection used for fmradio
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01:30:45charlotte2OMG, I am so very nearly there! Just a couple more hurdles! Nick, you here?
01:31:36n00b81|afkWhat, you hacked a Zune? :P
01:31:48charlotte2I loaded my 16GB microSDHC card into my Sansa c240 today, it recognized it instantly, and I loaded nearly 4000 songs from my computer.
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01:32:29*Hillshum doesn't see how this is on-topic
01:32:39charlotte2went to the root directory of the card, with shuffle on, and it started playing them in shuffle mode! Heaven!
01:32:40r0b-charlotte2 did u use rockbox to load te card?
01:32:59charlotte2r0b-: yes
01:33:07n00b81Well good for you :)
01:33:26charlotte2Only one slight problem... between one song and the next, it often pauses 5 or 10 sec!!!
01:34:03charlotte2Anybody got any ideas on how to fix that?
01:34:17Hillshumare the songs really over or is there just silence at the end of them?
01:34:37charlotte2they are really over... I ripped them myself, deleting any silence at the end
01:34:59HillshumWhat codec?
01:35:52charlotte2(I've had them for many years)
01:36:14dzdoes the same thing happen if the files are loaded on the device?
01:36:19Hillshumno, I like LAME, just don't know what the problem is
01:36:57stripwaxIs it always the same tracks, or is it all of them always? (or even is it random when the pauses occur?)
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01:37:07charlotte2anyway, when playing them on WimAmp on my computer, they always play back-to-back... but playing them from my Sansa using Rockbox, there is this long pause, like the next song in queue is not buffering or something
01:37:25JdGordon|thats... backwards
01:37:26saratogado you have a lot of files in one directory?
01:37:41charlotte2it seems to be on *all* the tracks, but some pauses are longer than others
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01:38:27charlotte2yes, I put them all in a single directory (the root), so I could just hit one and they would all suffle (about 4000 songs)
01:38:49saratogai think that causes poor performance reading from the disk
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01:38:54JdGordon|copy a few files into a folder and try playing that and see if that lag is there
01:38:59saratogaalthough if you turn on disk cache it might help
01:39:29JdGordon|c200 doesnt have a disk :)
01:39:31stripwaxsaratoga - this is sdhc. still the case?
01:39:32charlotte2ah, there's the rub... I was on here last night talking about that... I can't seem to enable disk cache
01:39:40dzcharlotte2: I've got mine sorted by directory and can still get them all in one playlist, shuffled
01:40:09stripwaxcharlotte2 (maybe c200 doesn't have the option, but...) settings, system, disk -> enable dircache?
01:40:27saratogastripwax: I think it has to do with our FAT32 driver (or maybe fat32 itself being slow), not hte disk type
01:40:46charlotte2yeah, every time I do that, it tells me to re-boot for the setting to take effect... but after I reboot and check it again, disk cache is still set to "no"
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01:41:01stripwaxcharlotte2 - oh, hm.
01:42:06stripwaxcharlotte2 - same if you just turn the c200 off (e.g. wait for it to turn itself off), and then back on again?
01:42:36stripwax'reboot' here just means 'turn off in the usual turning-off-way, then turnon' rather than 'do a hardware reset'
01:42:41charlotte2haven't tried that... you mean just wait for it to auto power-down?
01:42:44saratogacan you change other settings in rockbox (like EQ, replaygain or anything else)?
01:42:49*stripwax doesn't know c200 hardware though
01:42:56stripwaxcharlotte2 - sure, give it a go
01:43:21r0b-charlotte2 what model is the microSDHC card?
01:43:41*stripwax dislikes the word 'reboot' in that message, can we change it to 'turn off and on again' or similar?
01:43:45charlotte2yeah, I just turned it off by holding the power button, it says "shutting down" for a bit, then switches off... I then hit the power button again to turn it back on
01:43:59charlotte2It's a Kinston card
01:44:13JdGordon|charlotte2: faster way is enable dirache... then turn off, connect to usb, make sure <disk>/.rockbox/config.cfg has a "dircache: on " line, add it if it doesnt, go back into rockbox
01:44:19r0b-hmmm thats odd because my kingston 4gig mIcroSDHC card has no issues
01:44:59r0b-although i use a e250
01:45:21stripwaxJdGordon - any idea why rockbox wouldn't save that setting when it switches off?
01:45:21charlotte2JdGordon|: Can I just edit the .cfg file in a text editor?
01:45:32saratogacorrupt file system comes to mind
01:45:49JdGordon|stripwax: no, unless its not a clean shutdown
01:45:58JdGordon|corrupt filesystem is very possible...
01:46:13charlotte2How do I fix a corrupt file system?
01:46:19Hillshumcharlotte2: A text editor that supports Unix style newlines is helpful
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01:46:36saratogacharlotte2: have you checked what either stripwax or I asked you yet?
01:46:38Hillshumscandisk or fsck or the like
01:46:48charlotte2not yet
01:46:52saratogaI'd rather not wait around all night for you to get back . . .
01:47:08*stripwax has to sleep anyway - goodnight
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01:47:31charlotte2okay, I will try the auto-powerdown
01:48:08Hillshumyou might set the timeout on that to as low as possible
01:48:31charlotte2(where's the timeout again? this is still so new to me)
01:48:51Hillshumgeneral settings
01:49:08Hillshumthe manual's the best place to find this sort of thing
01:49:22charlotte2I'm at general setting
01:49:41charlotte2got it
01:50:00charlotte2set to one minute
01:50:44Hillshumnow wait
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01:52:58charlotte2(I should have set the screen to stay on so I could really see when it's powered down!)
01:53:18charlotte2that's got it, tho
01:53:23charlotte2switching back on
01:53:52charlotte2nope, disk cache didn't hold :(
01:54:18HillshumOkay, now try making sure it's in config.cfg
01:54:49charlotte2Hillshum: Sorry, I really am a newbie... what's the best way to check?
01:55:19charlotte2(everything else I set seems to hold just fine, btw)
01:55:55HillshumWhat OS are you on?
01:56:28charlotte2My computer? XP
01:57:49charlotte2Can I just connect it to my computer and use Notepad to look at config.cfg?
01:58:08charlotte2k, hang on
01:58:58*Hillshum has to go eat dinner now. :(
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02:00:31charlotte2No, there is no line in config.cfg
02:01:41charlotte2can I just add the line to the config,cfg manually, and re-save?
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02:19:04JdGordon|last question on the topic.. i promise :) how do we feel about "skinner" for the wps engine? or skin_engine is still better than that?
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02:21:32linuxstbI prefer "skin" to "skinner"
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03:18:16webguest11Hello, I just installed the Rockbox bootloader on my Sansa e200v2 successfully except, when I boot it up it says "Loading firmware" "File not found" In my player there is two directories, Data and Media. I have copied .rockbox (the e200v2 build) to data and I get that message. I cannot copy it to media because Windows will not copy since it thinks my MP3 player cannot play the files in .rockbox. What should I
03:19:04JdGordonyou should follow the instructions... .rockbox should go next to those folders.. not in data
03:20:05JdGordonwait what? are you in MTP mode?
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03:22:13webguest11Never mind, it turns out I just forgot to set it on MSC mode, sorry.
03:23:02webguest11By the way, I only tried data because it wouldn't go next to them.
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04:15:39fsk141I have a 5.5g ipod, and It wont connect to the computer anymore :(
04:15:59fsk141it goes to disk mode, and then immediately says
04:16:03fsk141"Ok to disconnect"
04:16:40saratogathats the apple firmware's message
04:16:55fsk141it won't charge via usb via computer either
04:17:13fsk141saratoga, well I can't get any usb access to the device
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04:17:26fsk141it won't even show up with lsusb or /dev
04:18:28fsk141last thing I did was remove the apple firmware with that one utility :(
04:18:47fsk141I forget the name atm
04:19:54saratogawell this really has nothing to do with rockbox, but I'd probably try and restore your ipod with iTunes, and then try a different PC
04:20:35fsk141saratoga, tried already, it doesn't show up on windows either
04:21:39saratogayou're trying the emergency disk mode, right?
04:22:16fsk141menu-select −− select -play
04:22:52saratogaassuming that means yes, then your ipod is probably broken
04:23:40fsk141well that sucks
04:23:52fsk141it works, I just cant use it from my computer :(
04:24:10fsk141so I can't add any other music :)
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04:29:28fsk141piece of crap :(
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07:31:20DarkSpectrumcan someone help me? RBUTIL is giving a 404 error when trying to install archived build
07:33:46JdGordondont bother with the archived build :)
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07:34:09DarkSpectrumwell it wont download current either and i'm too lazy to manualy install :P
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10:17:23linuxstbfunman: Who's working on the fuzev2? There's been the offer of a Fuzev2 with slightly broken screen if any dev needs it.
10:18:07funmanlinuxstb: kugel has a fuzev2 and he managed to enable backlight on it
10:18:28funmanthanks to the work of "ecrips" who has put his work on dualboot in a git repository
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10:19:39linuxstbfunman: So you don't have one?
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10:39:38funmanLike on the as3525 models, I expect all of the code to be shared, so kugel can work on lcd/buttons and other fuzev2-specifics while we all work on as3531-specifics
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10:49:32linuxstbfunman: Which as3531 target do you have? The ClipV2?
10:49:59funmanyes (the only other known as3531 player except fuzev2)
10:50:25funmannote: I believe both players use an as3531, but it could also be another as353x
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10:50:41funmannote2: my AMS contact should come back from holidays today
10:51:26linuxstbfunman: What's the next step? Are you going to ask about the NDA vs the GPL?
10:51:55funmanlinuxstb: My email has been CC'd to the committers mailing list, current step is waiting for the answer ;)
10:52:51funmanI reminded him of past collaboration between rockbox & AMS, and told him I expect access to the as3531 datasheet to be on the same conditions than for as3514 & as3525 datasheets: with only an informal promise of not redistributing it
10:53:04funmanto people who aren't trusted rockbox contributors
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12:47:28xavieranHi :D
12:48:11xavieranI've written a lua script which happens to use the hold button as the exit key, so, in the uisimulator (ipod mini 2g) how do I press hold?
12:48:20xavieranOr shall I just press ^C
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12:52:07xavieranAlso, a bit offtopic, I know you guys don't have anything to do with ipod linux, but does anyone know why the server has been down for months?
12:52:27xavieranthanks krazykit
12:52:31xavieran"h" key
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13:29:40xavieranThanks for removing and adding the io functions as well :)
13:31:25Grahackxavieran: hi, maybe we could join our efforts, what are you coding with Lua in Rockbox ?
13:33:16xavieranGrahack: Just some random stuff... I made a little semi-drawing program, a program to solve a word-puzzle that is posted daily at my school (>:D) I am in the process of trying to write a worms simulation, and I wrote a few functions to draw graphs (to see where I'm at at school).
13:34:08xavieranI actually learnt lua for Rockbox, but the language is pretty easy to pick up...
13:36:36xavieranGrahack: What are you coding?
13:37:19Grahacklearnt Lua for Rockbox too, maybe you'll be interested in, it's a set of libs to ease some common stuff
13:37:40GrahackI coded a small game for my son and a GTD-like todo list manager
13:38:38xavieranGrahack: Awesome, I'll check it out :)
13:38:39Grahackthis set of libs is planned to work in Rockbox (works) and in the Nintendo DS (far from working)
13:39:16xavieranI haven't actually got any code on the internet, as I coded most of it whilst lying in bed at night, on the ipod :D
13:39:35xavieranI have to go to bed now (Australia), but I should be back sometime in the morning...
13:41:22xavieranGoodnight all
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14:33:27B4gderI wonder if we should allow a free form "description" field for clients, that could mention what kind of system/cpu/ghz etc it is
14:33:44B4gderreading the build performance tables right now makes me wonder a bit
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14:43:37n1scan anyone try a current build + current voicefile from on a n ipod video and test especially the file context menu?
14:44:22n1sthe sim is unfortunately useless for this as people tend to add new features inside an #ifndef SIMULATOR :(
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14:45:25LambdaCalculus37n1s: I can try it out.
14:45:29*LambdaCalculus37 looks for his iPod video
14:45:40n1sLambdaCalculus37: great
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14:49:38rashern1s: That sounds like a bug (the ifndef SIMULATOR)
14:49:48rasherUnless there's a good reason for it
14:51:15n1srasher: yes, i cleaned it up a while ago so that the ui for sim and target were as much alike as possible and they could use the same voice files but it seems some people didn't care much about preserving that
14:57:50LambdaCalculus37n1s: So what am I looking for?
15:00:58n1sLambdaCalculus37: are the right clips played for the items in the file context menu? (and other places)
15:01:35linuxstbn1s: Maybe an email to the dev list is needed - to remind people to try and avoid #ifndef SIMULATOR
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15:02:39n1slinuxstb: hmm, yes, ideally the config* files should not care about simulators
15:03:46linuxstbn1s: There are some things, like CONFIG_CPU which need to be hidden though. But they shouldn't affect the UI.
15:04:35n1syeah, but config.h could just unde it for sims
15:04:53LambdaCalculus37n1s: All the clips are playing properly.
15:05:00LambdaCalculus37And on the right items.
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15:05:25n1sLambdaCalculus37: thanks, could you also test with the 3.3 build and voicefiles ( ?
15:05:45*B4gder spots
15:07:01n1sif anyone's interested this is why i'm wondering about voice file mismatches
15:08:26Tornecan't we do something about the mismatches? :)
15:08:41n1sthe guy seems confident he installed the correct file
15:09:11n1sTorne: yes, we can, but noone has
15:09:25Tornemd5sum the english strings, or something
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15:11:16LambdaCalculus37n1s: I'll try 3.3 shortly.
15:11:28B4gderwell, they don't need to match exactly
15:12:19B4gderI mean, MD5 would defeat a design goal of the voice files
15:14:14Jaykayrasher: i tried out your rbclient image... apparently i still don't have a internet connection in vmware but it says "your buildserver should now be ready..."
15:14:46Jaykayinstalling the packages etc lasted ~10s
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17:20:42n1sBagder: would there be any point in running a build client on an atom based netbook?
17:23:08darkhammfuze! fuze! fuze! :)
17:24:02gevaertsn1s: I'm running one on a celeron M base netbook :)
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17:27:19Grahackhi, I'm a bit lost in the C code, could someone tell me if there is a C function that opens the file browser and return the path of a selected item ?
17:28:37n1si don't think rcockbox has such a function
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17:29:39JdGordon|yeah, that doesnt exist in rockbox... thats been on vairous todo lists for ages though :/
17:30:08Grahackok thanks, gonna try a Lua thing then
17:31:56n1syeah, would be useful as a "Select file for <something>" maybe backdrops etc to clean up the context menu a bit?
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17:38:40Grahackthis would maybe factor out some code... (from a humble noobie point of view)
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17:54:08Jaykaycan someone help me with the rbclient-image? i don't have an internet connection in vmware and virtualbox hangs after "Begin: Waiting for root file system"
17:54:50HillshumI think it downloads a bunch of stuff on the first login...
17:55:28HillshumAre you trying to run this as a build client or to make your own builds?
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17:56:08Jaykaybuild client
17:56:31HillshumYou'll need an internet connection for that to work
17:56:37Jaykaybut it can't download the bunch of stuff because it doesn't have an internet connection
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17:56:55Jaykaythat's why i asked for help
17:57:12Jaykayrasher: ping
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18:00:30linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: Are you going to create a new wiki page for the new ipods?
18:00:37roolkuJaykay: what is your setting for the network adapter in vmware - try NAT if it isn't set already
18:00:57Jaykayroolku: i tried that already...
18:01:28Jaykaynow the image works in virtualbox, i'll see whether it has an internet connection
18:02:07LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: We already have but the hardware in the nano2g needs to be relisted there.
18:02:29roolkuBagder: is there way to suybscribe to the rockbox-dev mailing list and not revceive any messages? I am reading through the newsgrops, but that means I can't reply. :(
18:02:46linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: Well, we could do with one page being an overview of the new ipods, and then possibly separate pages for each one.
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18:03:13linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: Maybe we could simply bring "IpodPort" back into action?
18:04:02Hillshumroolku: you could set yourself up to filter all the list messages and delete/mark as read them all
18:05:01LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: I was thinking about that as well.
18:05:07LambdaCalculus37Maybe that'll be much easier.
18:05:49roolkurasher: I tried your vmware image, but it has problems downloading a few packages (invalid hash)...maybe the british debian mirror has issues?
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18:06:22LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: Hey, look what page needs a big-time update: :)
18:08:41roolkuHillshum: I know, but I get all excited when the mail client downloads a new message and then disappointed after it gets deleted :(
18:09:51Hillshumyou could use the daily digest, but how would you reply to messages?
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18:10:42roolkuHillshum: I guess I'll just have to continue readonly...
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18:11:03*Torne is just subscribed with it all going straight to a folder he doesn't check or open
18:11:08Tornethen i read the rss of gmane
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18:11:17Tornethen when i want to reply i just grep for the message id and reply to it.
18:11:42*Hillshum thinks that's the best idea
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18:12:53Hillshumfor use with a desktop client...
18:13:39linuxstbroolku: If you don't subscribe, you can't reply... (or at least, not without breaking the thread). But yes, I think the mail interface allows you to specify "single mails", "digest" or "no mails"
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18:14:24linuxstbI mean "if you don't receive individual messages, you can't reply"
18:15:18Hillshumwith a good client couldn't one put all the stuff needed for proper relies in the header?
18:15:38roolkulinuxstb: the messageid and references headers are preserved in the newsgroup postings
18:15:41Mikachuand a good archive :)
18:15:48linuxstbroolku: Ah, then you should be set then...
18:16:16Tornea sufficiently good news interface may also work, yes
18:16:23Tornebut i like RSS which,er, isn't
18:16:45*linuxstb wonders what's wrong with email...
18:16:59roolkulinuxstb: the choice is digest yes/no unfortunately
18:18:21*roolku prefers pull to push :)
18:18:25linuxstbroolku: I've just looked, and you can disable mails after you subscribe - in the subscription options.
18:18:45roolkulinuxstb: ah good. thanks
18:18:52LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: needs an update. What can be updated, removed, or changed?
18:21:04linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: I think a lot of those things have been fixed/improved. I'm not sure of the exact status of them all though. Maybe a start would be splitting that page into two sections - "PortalPlayer-based ipods" and "Samsung-based ipods"
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18:38:35LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: I'm starting to fix up the page.
18:38:44LambdaCalculus37What's the Samsung SoC again?
18:39:06linuxstbS5L8701 (2nd gen Nano) or S5L8702 (3rd gen Nano and Classic)
18:39:16linuxstbThe Meizus have the S5L8700
18:40:00linuxstbAnd we've found slight differences between the 8700 and 8701 - e.g. the 8701 has the hardware AES engine, and at least the LCD controller is at a different memory address.
18:41:10bertrikis it really an S5L8701?
18:41:19bertrikMaybe Apple had some custom version of it made
18:41:38Hillshumis the 4G nano Sansung bases?
18:43:12LambdaCalculus37Hillshum: IIRC the 4G nano uses the same SoC as the Touch 2G.
18:43:26LambdaCalculus37bertrik: It's an S5L8701, with an Apple branding on the chip.
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18:44:02linuxstbbertrik: It has "8701" marked on the CPU, and the "S5L8701 Rev.1" string in the boot ROM...
18:44:06bertrikLambdaCalculus37, if it doesn't say S5L8701 on the chip, how can you be sure?
18:44:40linuxstbThe 3G has "8702" marked on the chip, and "S5L8702" in the boot ROM
18:45:10linuxstbWe don't have the boot ROM from the 3G yet - the Classic's boot ROM (which has been partially dumped) contains that string.
18:45:17bertrikok, but the differences we're seeing could still be caused by it being some Apple-specific modified version
18:45:40LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: Didn't the nano2g mention anything about "8701" anywhere in the strings in the boot ROM?
18:45:49linuxstbbertrik: Or maybe the 8701 _is_ the Apple-specified version.
18:46:15linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: Yes - my first sentence to bertrik was regarding the nano2g.
18:47:04LambdaCalculus37bertrik: And it is indeed an 8701 in the nano2g, according to this picture:
18:47:53linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: I think bertrik's argument is that if it doesn't explicitly say "S5L8701" on the physical chip, it may not be.
18:48:19Hillshumlinuxstb: That pic shows "8701" on the chip
18:48:32linuxstbHillshum: I know, but not the "S5L" part.
18:48:41bertrikHillshum, LambdaCalculus37, but it also shows an Apple logo :)
18:48:58LambdaCalculus37bertrik: That is true. :)
18:49:12HillshumApple does like to show off that logo...
18:49:22bertrikI think Apple has a turnover high enough to say to Samsung: we want that chip, but with and AES core added
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18:50:44bertrikand maybe make some other changes to the chip as well
18:52:05*bertrik is playing with RDS
18:54:02linuxstbbertrik: But in practice, does it matter? Unless of course we find a "real" S5L8701 in a device.
18:54:25linuxstbThere's enough evidence for me to accept it's an S5L8701...
18:55:13bertriklinuxstb, I agree it doesn't really matter
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19:06:21Bagderroolku: you can subscribe and then edit your options with mailman to not receive messages
19:07:12roolkuBagder: yes, linuxstb pointed that out to me. Thanks :)
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19:09:35HillshumShould brickmania be rotated 90 degrees on the e200?
19:09:50HillshumSeems just a matter of making it like the Fuze
19:10:37Hillshumsame with snake2
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19:14:10JdGordon||wont that make it harder to control?
19:15:05bertrikwhere does _intvectcopy come from?
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19:15:54HillshumJdGordon: not if you change the keypad?
19:15:57bertrikah, it's defined in but not in
19:16:01funmanyou can flip the buttons but not rotate 90°
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19:16:36JdGordonthat wont help... the controls will be in one hand instead of smack bang in the middle
19:16:53Hillshumquite true
19:17:12HillshumAlso, on the Clip, I think more plugins should use home instead of power
19:17:28funmana DAP with controls on both sides of the LCD would make a perfect game console
19:17:47funmanHillshum: true the core keymap was updated but not the plugins
19:18:13*Hillshum is changing one plugin
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19:25:37bertriklinuxstb, have you had any luck with the interrupts on the nano2g yet?
19:26:16Hillshumfunman: FS #10473
19:27:15funmanbertrik: intvectcopy just helps you copying the 8 vectors to 0x0
19:27:38bertrikyeah, but it's defined nowhere I can find it
19:27:44funmanIMO the size/offsets should be hardcoded in crt0.S, because there is always 8 vectors at 0x0
19:27:53funmanbertrik: which definition can't you find?
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19:29:49pixelmaHillshum: if I understand correctly it's not as easy to get those plugins to draw "sideways"; I believe it works for mpegplayer, doom and rockboy because they use a different mechanism which makes this easier
19:30:12bertrikfunman, meh, I accidentalyl removed intvectcopy from ... sorry
19:30:24*funman slaps bertrik
19:30:47bertrikI changed it to use the DFU RAM instead of flash or whatever
19:31:03funmanas3525 use _vectors_start as the symbol
19:31:19funmanI believe intvect is a shortcut to interruptvectors which is a bit incorrect
19:31:40funmanthere is also vectors for reset and unhandled exceptions
19:32:07funmani would s/intvect/vectors_/
19:33:01bertriknot sure how the vectors are mapped anyway on this processor
19:33:39funmanARM vectors always are mapped the same way
19:34:01funmanthe memory location can be configured through cp15 though (0x0 or 0xffffsomething)
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19:42:24bertrikI don't know if I can get interrupts working with this .lds and crt0.S modified for DFU mode anyway
19:42:56bertrikby default, rockbox uses and as far as I can tell
19:44:05bertrikI would like something like a so I don't get in the way of other targets
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19:49:23saratogaHillshum: type "which mipsel-elf-gcc"
19:49:37bertrikoh wait, interrupts just work already ... :)
19:49:44bertrikyay magic!
19:50:34Hillshumsaratoga: /usr/local/mipsel-elf/bin/mipsel-elf-gcc
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19:53:19saratogaHillshum: what archs did you list in
19:54:12Hillshumsaratoga: or ?
19:54:13saratogadid you say "mips" instead of "mipsel"
19:55:49Hillshumsaratoga: success
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20:31:41bertrikis it possible to read back register values from a wolfson codec? All I see in the code is writes, no reads.
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21:32:17darkhammFuze! Fuze! Fuze!
21:32:36darkhammsome rumor?
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21:35:50saratogadarkhamm: this is an on topic channel, please try to stay on topic, or use rockbox-community for off topic stuff
21:36:09darkhammyes, sorry..
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21:44:49obofunman: hi - I had some fun trying to get the offsets right. I think I've done that, but after copying the modified bootloader over the button light doesn't turn on
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21:47:21funmandoes it reboot (or reload) indefinitely ?
21:47:37funmanwhere did you insert your code ?
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21:47:56funmanyou could also use a fixed delay (busy looping for 1 second) to measure if the code is run or not
21:48:33oboI added the button light code at 0x35A00, and modifed a BL at 0x622E
21:49:09funmani'm not familiar with the boot process, are you sure this code path is run ?
21:49:38obo0x622E is at the end of the LCD init code
21:50:47funmantry putting it a 0x130 or a bit after if you can figure where it goes
21:51:00funmanif this succeeds, then the lcd init code is not run at all
21:51:27obookay, but I think I'll have to change it to 32bit instead of thumb
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22:53:57[TiZ]Hi. Has any progress been made on FS #9987?
22:56:42JdGordonif there is nothing in the comments, then there is no reason to belive there would be
22:58:50saratogaI think 9987 should be closed
22:58:53saratogait seems like a duplicate
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23:01:04[TiZ]Duplicate of #8802? Well, either way...
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23:01:32bertrikgevaerts, do you know anything about a bluesNAND DFU image, I remember markun talking about it
23:02:28gevaertsbertrik: hm, good question. I have SST39VF800.dfu and updateNAND_BE_070831.dfu
23:02:51[TiZ]The iPod not charging well when in Rockbox's disk mode reduces its practical usability. Consistently accessing the files on the disk would eventually kill it. Let alone writing and not just reading.
23:03:19saratogathats why we didn't enable USB mode in the latest release
23:03:21gevaerts[TiZ]: so why don't you help fixing it? People aren't leaving these bugs unfixed just to annoy people you know...
23:03:30saratogaits not really usable without proper charging support
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23:05:57[TiZ]gevaerts: I know that. I'm not a programmer, though. I'd work on it if I knew what to do, but I don't know anything at all about DAP programming. I'm not like, venting, or anything. Just trying to call it into attention, 'cos it hasn't been touched in a while. I understand that the developers have been hard at work on all sorts of other things. And I do of course appreciate all that hard work. No ifs, ands, or buts. I was just trying to
23:05:57[TiZ]get an idea on if any progress has been made in correcting this issue. That's all.
23:06:17saratogafrom the task it looks like nothing has happened
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23:06:46saratogaactually the last post on the task is gevaerts asking if anything has happened
23:07:46[TiZ]I know how to read the FS task pages. I was just wondering if there was any news that hadn't been put there yet.
23:08:01saratogawell if there is we certainly don't know about it . . .
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23:09:02[TiZ]Alright. Well, thank you very much. :)
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