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#rockbox log for 2009-08-05

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00:01:23utchybannI see. ipod-time-sync sent "3b 01 00 0c 00 00 00 00 0c 00". And it works on my nano.
00:02:13gevaertsaccording to the scsi specs, it should be 0x0c actually
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00:04:34utchybanngevaerts: ok. is set_time() really different on each target ?
00:05:39gevaertsI suspect we should only check bytes 1 and 2 (byte 1 = mode, 1=vendor specific; byte 2 = buffer id). If those match, and the lenght matches what we want, it should be fine
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00:09:11gevaertsutchybann: I'm not sure. I remember looking at it and not liking what I saw, but I don't remember the details
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00:11:55utchybanngevaerts: I will try to hack something for my ipod. For me, if rockbox has is own usb stack we could simply define our own time-sync command.
00:11:56gevaertshm, if you provide a struct tm with year,month,day,hour,minute,second properly filled in, it should be OK
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00:12:43linuxstbutchybann: See firmware/common/timefuncs.c - I seem to recall that different RTC chips require different values (day of week etc), but hopefully I'm wrong...
00:12:46gevaertsutchybann: we could, but then we'll have to support host-side tools for that as well
00:12:54tmztis that a command in dfu?
00:13:31linuxstbIt seems pointless creating a new one - the ipod one seems straightforward...
00:14:22JdGordon|linuxstb: also to keep compat with the OF they need different values
00:14:26utchybanngevaerts: seems easy to fill a struct tm. ipod-time-sync from libgpod is the exact opposite.
00:14:38linuxstbJdGordon|: Isn't that taken care of at a lower-level?
00:15:04JdGordon|oh maybe
00:15:12gevaertslinuxstb: I *think* it's reasonably simple
00:15:13JdGordon|not sure whats in that file (and cant check now)
00:15:46gevaertsutchybann: it should be, yes. It's just a bit tedious to go from day-of-year to month/day
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00:16:40gevaertsand a bit of a challenge to do that in the minimum binsize possible :)
00:17:05utchybannI will try.
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00:18:42utchybannbye (thanks for answering my questions).
00:18:50gevaertshave fun :)
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01:00:37Dhraakellianwhat sort of mp3 tag-based replaygain does Rockbox support?
01:02:49DhraakellianI know it doesn't support mp3gain's APEv2 tags
01:09:16TorneAPE tags on MP3 are an MP3 standard violation
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01:09:24Torne(they aren't properly desynced mpeg frames)
01:11:56Dhraakellianaren't there a couple ways of doing replaygain in id3v2?
01:12:25Tornenot that I know of
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01:12:41Tornecheck the source? :)
01:14:42Torneit supports VorbisGain format in the user defined text region
01:14:56Torneor numeric in RVA2 tags
01:15:09Tornebased on a look in apps/metadata/mp3.c
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01:25:41ubrukeligAny super nintendo emulator for rockbox?
01:26:10martian67ubrukelig, thats a bit much for most targets
01:26:19martian67mabee the gigabeat s could handle it
01:26:30Dhraakellianand wouldn't that require more buttons than most targets have?
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01:48:03hockeyb213hey guys when I have my ipod video connected in windows where do I put my music into?
01:48:11Tornewherever you want
01:48:30hockeyb213So anywhere inside the rockbox folder?
01:48:34Torneno, anywhere at all
01:48:46*Torne just has a folder Music in the top level
01:49:07hockeyb213I am not seeing the folder for music
01:49:17Torneno, imean, you cna create any folder you want, anywhere
01:49:22hockeyb213ah gotcha
01:49:23Tornei just created one
01:49:31Tornerockbox lets you browse the whole disk.
01:49:41Torneand the database searches everywhere *except* in the .rockbox folder by default
01:49:45hockeyb213k thanks
01:50:21hockeyb213appreciate it a lot
01:52:18hockeyb213hehe the .rockbox folder is where I put it XD
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06:59:19rmdoes anyone know if there's a project to create a Theora video player for Rockbox?
07:04:07johnnyrm, that'd be neat ..
07:04:30scorcherm: nope
07:04:35johnnyi wonder if the xiph folks have released some sort of reference codec for embedded type of devices already
07:04:38johnnylike they did for vorbis
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07:25:02TruthTacoi think it would be neat if someone made a offline wiki type thing for rockbox
07:26:21scorche|shthere is one...or was one...check the patch tracker
07:30:51TruthTaconow i just need to figure out how to install it
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08:39:55TruthTacohow would i go about installing a patch from the trackers patch page?
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08:41:08GodEaterTruthTaco: by downloading the rockbox source code, applying the patch to it, and then building rockbox yourself
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08:43:47TruthTacois there a guide to compiling the rockbox sourcecode?
08:45:05n1syep, in the wiki
08:45:24n1slook in the "for developers" section
08:46:32GodEaterI'm sure there's one specifically for "working with patches" too
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09:49:39GodEaterso our switch to strlcpy has broken the database utility
09:53:52n1sseems so
09:54:08GodEaterand something to do with the new RM code too
09:55:24n1si'll look into it, how are you supposed to build it?
09:57:20GodEatercd tools/database && make
09:57:53GodEaterI think Zagor spent a long time cleaning it up
09:58:01GodEaterhe'll be heart broken someone's trashed it again :D
09:58:10*GodEater shakes a fist at Mr. Someone
09:59:38n1s*any* code that depends on any part of rockbox and that isn't build automatically will break eventually
09:59:40cool_walking_Poor Mr. Someone, he gets blamed for everything that goes wrong and get pushed all the work that no-one else wants to do.
10:00:02n1sthat's his thing
10:00:06GodEateryeah, we should get database added to the build rounds :)
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10:05:39bertrikand the next step after that would be unit-testing :)
10:10:03n1sok, the fix was easy
10:10:42CIA-6New commit by nls (r22166): Fix building of the database utility.
10:12:44*GodEater loves how terse the utility is
10:13:23*n1s has never tried it
10:13:32GodEaterrun it :)
10:13:51GodEaterthen you can *see* how terse it is
10:15:21n1shmm, maybe i should
10:22:11n1sreading the code gives a pretty good idea, and it seems to have improved... from what i remember you had to specify the path to the music at compile time :)
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14:36:42bertrikI think I found the bootloader in the Samsung YP-S3 NAND
14:36:51gevaertswincent: did you see the warnings in PD on the build table?
14:37:52wincentgevaerts: No, I did not. Where can I find this table?
14:38:31bertrikit seems to contain all of the FTL code too, some kind of recovery mode and some magic mode if the RAM contains "T32"
14:39:01*gevaerts thinks that we need a nice "Information for new committers" wiki page
14:39:31linuxstbgevaerts: And old...
14:39:56gevaertslinuxstb: old committers might have kept notes :)
14:40:55linuxstbold committers have forgotten where those notes are though
14:40:57wincentgevaerts: Well, this could explain why I am getting those pesky segfaults.
14:41:16gevaertswincent: in case it isn't clear, yellow means warnings, red means errors, and clicking on the number in the cell gives you the full build log
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14:42:32wincentgevaerts: That was clear. What is not clear to me: Which compile flags does the build system use? Because I do not get these warnings on my system.
14:42:59gevaertswincent: my guess is that this is a 64 bit system
14:43:12linuxstbwincent: Same flags, but possibly different compiler versions (and as gevaerts said, 64-bit hosts)
14:43:33gevaertspointers and integers of different size is usually a 64-bit issue
14:49:01wincentgevaerts: Tomorrow I will be off for one week. Is it sufferable that the warnings will remain for this time and some time afterwards?
14:49:35gevaertshm, that's a bit long :\
14:50:03gevaertsmaybe just disable it in the simulator for now?
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14:53:19wincentgevaerts: It is doable.
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15:01:30linuxstbwincent: The problem seems to be in m_pd.h - where it defines "t_int" to be long based on "#ifdef __alpha__". I think just using "typedef intptr_t t_int" will work.
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15:02:13linuxstb(and adding #include <inttypes.h> to the top of m_pd.h)
15:03:56wincentlinuxstb: What about stdint.h ?
15:04:42linuxstbwincent: In Rockbox, it's inttypes.h
15:07:15*linuxstb wonders why our inttypes.h includes a hack for wpseditor to include stdint.h instead.
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15:19:21CIA-6New commit by wincent (r22167): PDBox: Changed type of t_int to remove 64-bit related warnings.
15:21:10CIA-6New commit by wincent (r22168): PDBox: Added iriver H100 to supported targets.
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15:23:01linuxstbwincent: Did you manage to test on a 64-bit machine?
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15:23:33wincentlinuxstb: Actually, no :-\
15:24:07*linuxstb hands the word "hopefully" to wincent, for use in commit messages ;)
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15:24:48linuxstbDoesn't the build system show in-progress builds any more?
15:27:37gevaertswell, that seems to at least have improved things :)
15:28:22*wincent accepts the word "hopefully", looks at the build page and begins to wonder where is the hope now...
15:28:43*linuxstb looks at the PDa source and wonders why wincent started this...
15:29:04wincentThe "value computed but not used" warnings bother me most.
15:29:39linuxstbwincent: You don't get any warnings when you compile pdbox yourself?
15:30:04wincentlinuxstb: Those I just mentioned are the only ones.
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15:32:01*linuxstb gets lost amongst all the #defines and typedefs obfuscating the types of things in pdbox
15:33:29*wincent rejoices that he is not alone!
15:34:54wincentlinuxstb: Basically, PD is trying to emulate C++ in C.
15:34:58linuxstbwincent: You should go and shout at the pdbox author and get him to clean up his code...
15:35:08linuxstbs/clean up/completely rewrite/
15:36:15wincentlinuxstb: What do you think, shall I try it by myself? I would ANSIfy the code too :-)
15:36:55wincentlinuxstb: And untie it from the GUI, I hope.
15:37:37CIA-6New commit by teru (r22169): fix bug calendar fails to add new memo if there is not .memo file caused by my change in r22143. ...
15:39:01linuxstbwincent: Hmm, why did you change g_canvas.c and g_rtext.c in your last commit? That's causing the warnings I think.
15:40:06wincentlinuxstb: Because I got warnings from these pieces of code building locally.
15:41:04linuxstbThe problem is that you need a "pointer" type in printf (not %x). I'm not sure if Rockbox has that...
15:42:20gevaertsyou can of course cast the thing, but that gets you back to the previous one
15:42:30kugelI think rockbox only has %(l)d, %s and %c
15:43:34kugeland %x, see firmware/common/sprintf.c
15:43:39linuxstbwincent: It looks like there's another m_pd.h in extra/ which you need to make the "t_int" change to.
15:44:02wincentlinuxstb: I did not remove it?
15:44:07linuxstbwincent: Also, why are you adding #ifdef ROCKBOX everywhere, rather than just fixing the code? It's becoming messy...
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15:46:29wincentlinuxstb: Because it is possibly an effort under way to update the code base, and leaving code unchanged will easy the task of updating PDBox too.
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15:47:21linuxstbBut it's not unchanged - you're adding lots of #ifdefs...
15:48:18Jaykayshould 8.5.1(general settings-system-start screen) in the manual explain all options of start screen?
15:49:29wincentlinuxstb: But then I know that I changed it and not a Pure Data core developer.
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15:52:40pyro_maniackugel: could you check if FS #10480 is just enough or needs more reverse engineering?
15:53:19wincentlinuxstb, gevaerts: So, to go easy on other developer's nerves, shall I exclude pdbox from simulator builds?
15:53:33kugelpyro_maniac: I don't think my samsung has a radio
15:53:44kugel(it doesn't work in the of)
15:54:16pyro_maniacand mine has no sound :/
15:55:02kugelbut I think I got battery readout and charging working
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15:56:49pyro_maniacthis article talks about a fn tuner
16:00:42pyro_maniacis there a FS# for battery charging and readout?
16:00:58kugeli have this canadian version which doesnt have the radio IIUC
16:02:10*kugel wonders if you could pyro_maniac from my git
16:02:55pyro_maniacdidn't understand
16:03:14kugelaren't you using git?
16:03:59kugellol, my sentence was entirely bullshit
16:04:14kugelpyro_maniac: I wondered if you could pull from my git repo
16:04:34pyro_maniacif its public i could
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16:05:03kugelno, it isn't :(
16:05:20pyro_maniacbut git can form patches too
16:05:32kugelyea, but that's boring :)
16:07:37pyro_maniaci found the place where the 920 OF load the regional fmpresent but thats all. i didn't understand this enough to get sure if its the same as in the h10 where i get the code from
16:08:52kugelmy samsung seems to have charged :o
16:09:13pyro_maniacin usb mode?
16:09:40kugelcharging mode
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16:10:15kugelpyro_maniac: I think I'll commit (for the 925) later then you can look into adapting
16:10:38pyro_maniackugel: ok i will have a try :-)
16:12:15pyro_maniaci would like to try a firmware with fm on the 925. maybe its only software related
16:12:42kugeli did
16:13:21pyro_maniacok and this didn't work.
16:18:33pyro_maniacdoes the 925 discharge on power off to?
16:18:54CIA-6New commit by wincent (r22170): PDBox: Removed unneeded include file to, hopefully, diminish the amount of warnings.
16:21:29kugelpyro_maniac: no
16:22:13pyro_maniacbut the 920 does as far as i mentioned
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16:29:31amiconnwincent, linuxstb: The "value computed but not used" warnings are obvious
16:29:32CIA-6New commit by teru (r22171): add playback control to more menu of plugins. ...
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16:30:20bertrikit think it should be doable before dinner to get a NAND flash id from the Samsung YP-S3 (I already know what it's supposed to be, so I can verify)
16:30:54amiconn*in++ in the loop head... writing in++ has the same net effect but without the warning
16:31:39wincentamiconn: Thank you! You saved my... days!
16:31:43amiconnThe former reads the content for no reason before incrementing the pointer
16:38:32linuxstbwincent: Going back to your "#ifdef ROCKBOX" defines - SVN allows you to know what you've changed and what was there originally. A lot of your changes could be merged back into the original source (but not if you use #ifdef ROCKBOX).
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16:44:07wincentlinuxstb: I do not think that merging my changes back will be needed, because I essentially try to remove the Tcl/Tk part of Pure Data.
16:44:57linuxstbwincent: Things like the intptr_t fix and using snprintf instead of sprintf can be merged though. I admit I've only looked at a few of your changes.
16:45:50linuxstbPlus the Rockbox-specific #includes could maybe be moved into m_pd.h instead of going into every file.
16:49:50wincentlinuxstb: I doubt that, because intptr_t does not work well with sprintf("%x") on 64-bit targets, and sprintf to snprintf change is not very good too, because I had some cases where I did not know the size of a string.
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16:51:12linuxstbwincent: The fix for that is to do two casts - from the pointer to intptr_t, and then from intptr_t to int
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16:54:54amiconnI|d cast to long instead of int though
16:56:15amiconn(still wouldn`t work right on Win64, but at least on all 32 bit systems and linux/amd64)
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16:58:30linuxstbamiconn: Doesn't %x expect an int? (at least on all our targets)
16:59:19amiconnUse %lx instead
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17:03:15wincentamiconn, linuxstb: Thank you for your help, it compiles without warnings now. I suppose it is time to commit the changes.
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17:09:29CIA-6New commit by wincent (r22173): PDBox: Got rid of warnings.
17:09:52wincentlinuxstb: Awww, forgot "hopefully" again. Sorry.
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17:20:50gevaertswincent: that missing "hopefully" caused two more warnings ;)
17:21:41wincentgevaerts: You are risking my next SVN comments being somewhat more colourful and mystical :->
17:23:31gevaertswell, if that helps...
17:23:35wincentgevaerts: Meaning something like "After performing an obscure rite of killing bugs..."
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17:36:11CIA-6New commit by wincent (r22174): PDBox: Correcting two more warnings.
17:41:18Jaykayrasher: around?
17:42:57wincentgevaerts, amiconn, linuxstb: No more warnings, thank you for all the help!
17:45:07gevaertswincent: nice to see the builds all green again! Have fun next week!
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17:45:36wincentlinuxstb: Back to "#ifdef ROCKBOX" −− if all the examples from would play/work without hassle, I would be the first to make changes permanent. For now, as I need to see what got changed, I prefer to work with changes clearly visible.
17:46:30wincentgevaerts: Hopefully :-) I will!
17:47:37bertrikyay, I found the bit that keeps the yp-s3 powered up (with USB plug removed). It's a bit weird that the color tint of the LCD seems to change a bit though when plugging/removing the USB plug.
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18:16:19CIA-6New commit by bertrik (r22175): Samsung YP-S3: allow player to stay powered up without the USB cable plugged and implement power_off
18:28:39Jaykay_can somebody help me? i set up rashers rbclient, but now he says login incorrect... but i'm 100% sure its correct
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18:29:32Jaykay_ok, solved, sorry
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18:43:41bah_I spent some time reading the forums and the open/closed bug reports for battery/charging, so hopefully this isn't a stupid question. With the apple firmware, I used to connect my ipod video (5th gen) via usb, and then 'disconnect' it from the PC so that I could play music while the ipod charges from USB.
18:43:41bah_What I'm seeing with Roxbox 3.3 (june 19th release), is that if I hold menu while connecting the ipod to usb that I get very slow charge speeds (firmware reported 80%->96% charge increase after ~16 hours of being connected). Is this expected behavior?
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18:44:34linuxstbbah_: Yes, it's a known issue.
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18:45:14linuxstbbah_: There should be a bug report (or maybe a patch) for it in flyspray though.
18:45:28bah_I'm pretty new to rockbox. What is flyspray?
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18:45:43saratogaits the patch tracker
18:45:47bah_ah, gotcha
18:45:48saratogasee the front page
18:46:17bah_yeah, I read through the battery/charging category, but probably missed it. I'll check again then keep my eye for a patch
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18:47:12*linuxstb can't find it either...
18:47:27bah_I saw a record for AC->USB charging
18:48:11saratogasame thing
18:48:22bah_great. wasn't sure. there's a patch in that so I'll give it a shit
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19:10:45webguest89I am attempting to install the newest version of Rockbox on a Sansa e280 (it already has Rockbox installed) and I keep getting an error that there is not enough disk space available. I have no idea how fix this...any help would be greatly appreciated.
19:16:29linuxstbwebguest89: We need more info...
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19:16:44linuxstbWhat gives you the error message? How much disk space do you have free?
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19:19:04Jaykayscorche: scorche|sh: i now have a working vmware image, if you still want to complete it i could help you.
19:28:01Jaykaydo all targets have keyclicks?
19:29:12JdGordon|all swcodec ones do
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19:33:19Jaykayok, i guess \opt{swcodec} will do the trick
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19:34:34JdGordon|well... check the source, it is probbaly done in a proper #define
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19:34:45JdGordon|it might be in features.txt already
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19:44:06*JdGordon| hopes Wincent reads the logs...
19:44:29JdGordon|Wincent: is ftom~.c a backup file? or just a stupid OS renaming it?
19:44:35JdGordon|ditto with samhold~.c
19:45:43linuxstbJdGordon|: I think they're intentional names...
19:47:57JdGordon|ah, ok
19:48:52webguest89Its showing 7MB free...
19:49:28saratogafree up more space
19:49:37webguest89and I tried uninstalling and reinstalling. all to no avail....
19:50:04webguest89yeah; I thought I had enough free. going to try removing some music files and see what happens.
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20:01:38webguest89huh. well, Rockbox installed after removing some files, and then the player had enough room to put them all back in their entirety. I admit to being baffled, but it appears to be that problem solved.
20:02:29linuxstbwebguest89: I assume you're using Rockbox Utility to install?
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20:05:16Jaykaywhere are the \opts in latex defined? e.g. swcodec
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20:07:31hockeyb213I am using a 80 gb ipod video with ipod widgets as the them and cannot get the album art working after reading the manual and trying the programs
20:08:06JdGordon|which part of the manual did you skim over then?
20:08:52hockeyb213the part that talked about it being a jpeg or bmp and talked about these 2 programs to do the art I grabbed the one that finds the art online and then attaches it
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20:09:15hockeyb213It did put the art in the folder but still nothing in rockbox
20:10:04pixelmadid you put your music on the Ipod with Itunes? And in which folder was the file put?
20:10:42hockeyb213I put it in using drag n drop and I created a folder on the top level called music the folder was put in the folder where the album was
20:10:56hockeyb213the cover*
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20:12:48pixelmahmm, sounds correct. How are the files named and are they jpg or bmp?
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20:13:25hockeyb213they are jpg and initially they were named cover and then that didn't work so I changed it to cover.jpg and nothing still
20:13:59JdGordon|so they are probably cover.jpg.jpg now? have you got windows hiding known extensions?
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20:14:41hockeyb213It may be but either way it wasn't working as just cover I was on xp so there is a good chance it may have hid it
20:16:48hockeyb213so let me understand this I should just be able to drop a .bmp or .jpg file in the album folder and rockbox should automatically see it?
20:16:53*JdGordon| notices rockbox hides extensions by default also
20:17:24hockeyb213How can I turn off the hidden extensions btw>?
20:17:30pixelmado you know if they are "simple" jpgs or progressive scan or so?
20:18:05hockeyb213I don't know I used the rockbox art program so i am going to assume they are simple?
20:18:24gevaertsJdGordon|: IIRC the *~.c files are the ones that deal with waveforms
20:19:22gevaertsit makes a twisted sort of sense
20:20:18linuxstbgevaerts: It does?
20:20:22hockeyb213yeah just seems overly complicated
20:23:50JdGordon|?! as long as its not preogressive scan you shold be able to put any .jpg name cover.jog or folder.jpg in the folder next to the music and it will work...
20:24:01JdGordon|not really sure how much less compicated it could be
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20:25:02hockeyb213so should I leave it as cover.jpg in the folder or should I change it to the name of the album.jpg?
20:25:08linuxstbhockeyb213: Can you view the jpeg file in Rockbox? i.e. browse to it in the "Files" option, and then select it.
20:25:25hockeyb213um let me try that right now
20:26:03hockeyb213yes I can view the photo in rockbox under the file section
20:26:06gevaertslinuxstb: ~ is obviously part of a sine wave
20:26:34linuxstbgevaerts: Hmm...
20:26:47JdGordon|*obviously* :p
20:26:56*gevaerts used "twisted" and "sort of" on purpose :)
20:27:23hockeyb213oh crud it is workin now in audioslave
20:27:52hockeyb213let me try doing what I did again
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20:28:59gevaertsJdGordon|, linuxstb:
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20:30:02hockeyb213I did have it as .jpg.jpg btw I am on os x now and it showed it to me
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21:06:06saratogadoes rockbox not handle file.jpg.jpg as a jpeg file?
21:07:17JdGordon|why would it?
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21:10:07linuxstbsaratoga: Yes, but not as a album art.
21:10:24*JdGordon| meant that
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21:25:58Kuyatzu_Where can I find a list of the ports wich are currelty made and the status
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21:26:49Torneat the top of the front page?
21:27:54*linuxstb sees that Hillshum has uploaded something odd in place of the files on th FunnyLangs page...
21:28:15Kuyatzu_really?! I can't see
21:28:45Torneit is literally the first thing below the logo
21:29:01gevaertsKuyatzu_: there's a link just below the list of supported players
21:30:39Kuyatzu_I wanna see the currently development Ports but I will take a look
21:31:15linuxstbKuyatzu_: There is a link called "Status for current and work-in-progress targets"
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22:20:11panni_hey - i've got an iRiver H320 with 1.30 EU (1.29) firmware and just installed rockbox 3.3 with the install utility. i'm pretty impressed how well it works but i've got a pretty serious display bug now - random dots/lines are displayed when something happens or i press a button
22:21:38JdGordon|and I assume you dont see that at all with the OF?
22:22:09panni_JdGordon|: yes, thats right
22:23:25panni_oh well, that WAS the case before the update to rockbox - now i cant boot into the original firmware anymore i just noticed (the bootloader tells me it loads the OF, but the screen just goes black (i guess the device turns off))
22:24:46linuxstbDo you need to keep the "on" button held?
22:25:19panni_ah my bad
22:25:35panni_okay lets see if the OF's got the same display problem again
22:25:48panni_nope not at all, the original firmware displays just well
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22:32:54panni_hmm, even tried the newest r22175-090805 rockbox iriver binary - doesnt fix it
22:33:01panni_am i being stupid or is this a rockbox problem?
22:34:08evilnick_panni_: I recall hearing a similar issue, but that was to do with the battery ballooning and putting pressure on some of the internal components, which showed up on the OF too.
22:34:38evilnick_Obviously not a lot of help in your case, sorry.
22:36:17linuxstbpanni_: Many people use Rockbox on the h300, and they don't all suffer this issue. I've never heard of it before.
22:36:43panni_thats good for them :D
22:37:16linuxstbit does sound like a Rockbox problem (as the OF is fine), but I'm just saying it's not widespread...
22:38:05panni_yeah i tried the faq/wiki/forums before i asked here - IRC normally is my last resort
22:38:10gevaertsCouldn't it still be a hardware problem? I know that rockbox uses more aggressive timings on some things (e.g. the iaudio remotes), but I don't know if that's the case for the h300 lcd. If it is, a slight hardware problem could show up in rockbox before it does in the OF
22:38:54panni_hm, no idea, atm its just a plain device without any remote or any headphones
22:39:38panni_i just found my old h320 and googled for firmware upgrade - came to know about rockbox and flashed it, liked it, but that problem just wont go away
22:39:42linuxstbgevaerts: Sounds plausible.
22:39:55evilnick_gevaerts: Could wel lbe
22:40:07gevaertsI'd open the device and see if anything looks fishy inside, but then I'm the sort of person who wants to see what's inside anyway
22:42:11panni_weird thing
22:43:15panni_even the lamp plugin (only showing white background) has that issue
22:46:18panni_pretty much not usable for me, hate to admit
22:46:47panni_well gotta go, thanks for your help guys
22:47:30n1sgevaerts: i remember people reporting that a problem that sounded similar to panni_'s went away with less agressive timing in the h300 lcd driver, we are in spec though
22:48:04panni_can i change the timings via config?
22:48:10n1smaybe amiconn knows more about it because he's the one that optimized it IIRC
22:48:28n1spanni_: no, you need to hack the driver and compile
22:50:16n1syeah if it is the same problem it's caused by your lcd controller not being up to spec
22:52:10panni_sounds plausible yeah
22:52:19panni_well, still gotta go for now, will come back later, thanks
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22:52:40n1sfs#9501 is a bugreport for this unfortunately the reporter didn't have time to find a solution
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23:19:39panni_amiconn: are you available? i seem to have a problem with the current rockbox version and my h320 and its lcd controller
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23:26:55panni_thats exactly what im experiencing
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23:46:27brn2dthhello all....
23:46:33brn2dthits possible activate WPS on Philips SA9200??
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23:55:56gevaertsbrn2dth: what exactly do you mean?
23:57:49DarkSpectrumi may be done with my patch for the 1st part of the radio cleanup by tomarrow, do i just start a new flyspray and post it there?
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23:58:00linuxstbDarkSpectrum: What's the alternative?
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23:58:11DarkSpectrumdcc to one of you guys maybe :)
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