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#rockbox log for 2012-12-16

00:01:39pamaurylorenzo92: ping
00:02:08pamauryyeah indeed, you need to remove the .comment section because the tools believe it has to be loaded. What is the result when sent to the device ?
00:02:09lorenzo92pamaury: yay!! Bus 006 Device 006: ID fee1:dead
00:02:18pamauryawesome :)
00:02:33pamaurywhat did you change ?
00:02:35lorenzo92good now what I'm supposed to test? :)
00:03:03lorenzo92pamaury: //modified from 0x30 to 0x08 #define HW_USBPHY_CTRL (*(volatile uint32_t *)(HW_USBPHY_BASE + 0x08))
00:03:25lorenzo92and commented pwm init + udelay
00:04:36lorenzo92ah okay I started hwemul_tool:
00:05:07lorenzo92pamaury: wow the help command also work :)
00:05:30pamaurysounds reasonable, the reported ID is 3600 which is unknown and the device doesn't have crypot so DCP doesn't work
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00:06:41lorenzo92*3660 altough it should be 3650
00:07:09pamaurylorenzo92: I've seen many strange things in the reported ID
00:07:21lorenzo92ahh okay :D
00:07:23pamauryfor example, stmp3770 reports as 37a0 or something similar
00:07:36pamaurystmp3780 reports as 3780, all others as 3700
00:07:50lorenzo92it also extracted the rom of the chip!
00:08:00pamauryyes, it can do that :D
00:08:44lorenzo92btw nice usb id dead^^
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00:10:11pamaurywhere hwemul_tool is really useful is that you can load a register map and then read/write registers by name. But we don't have such a thing for the stmp3600. You can still try the one of the stmp3780 though
00:11:27pamauryanyway I encourage you to play with in. For example try holding some buttons and see the results in HW_PINCTRL_DINx. When you have done some reverse engineering, you can try to setup backlight (probably pwm), etc
00:12:39lorenzo92okay these things are quite new to me, I will try a lot ^^ btw in the stmp sdk there is a stmp3600.grd with registers definitions
00:12:43lorenzo92should help :=)
00:13:20pamaurywhere is it ?
00:13:41lorenzo92pamaury: STMP36XX_SDK/SOCFirmware/include/registers
00:14:20pamauryhaha, perfect. Maybe I can parse it and produce a register map out of it
00:14:32pamauryit will need some reworking though
00:19:09pamauryok, let's rewrite elftosb now
00:19:46lorenzo92nice ;)
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01:19:17tomtomgpsi need some help
01:19:24tomtomgpswith my ipod
01:19:44tomtomgpsi installed rockbox and im really enjoying it so far
01:20:02tomtomgpsi just need to find someway to change the default usb icon
01:20:16tomtomgpswhenever i plug my ipod to my computer
01:20:29tomtomgpscan anyone help me ?
01:20:42gevaertsThe usb screen isn't configurable
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01:20:51tomtomgpsoh ok
01:20:55tomtomgpsthank u for the info
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01:56:41*[Saint] vaguely wonders who he might need to poke to change his forum username
01:57:16[Saint]Hmmm, na.
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02:00:00gevaerts[Saint]: can't you just have it show a different name?
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02:00:59[Saint]gevaerts: Oh, yes. Sure. Its not the display name that bugs me, I occasionally get tripped up logging in because it isn't my 'usual' username
02:01:29[Saint]I can't remember why the forum and flyspray have this username, ...there must've been a reason at the time.
02:01:57gevaertsI don't think it's possible to change that
02:02:10gevaertsOh, actually, it might be...
02:02:30[Saint]It /probably/ would be, but it might involve some non-trivial f**ckery.
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02:02:47[Saint]It's not worth it, I'm just being a crybaby ;)
02:02:59gevaertsNo, the forum admin UI supports this
02:03:30gevaertsApparently you'd get a password reset email though, so you'd need to do *something* :)
02:04:32gevaertsAnyway, if you want to change it, /msg me with the details
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02:32:02amayerdo i need to have a tool chain or something installed to run tools/checkwps/ ?
02:33:31gevaertsYou need to have the regular gcc and things. No rockbox-specific stuff
02:34:52amayerwow i didnt know gcc didnt come with default install of debian
02:36:09amayeri kept reading the errors about something to do with android that i missed the gcc errors
02:36:17amayergevaerts: thanks
02:37:09[Saint]Android is probably bitching about the S/NDK and a Java SDK being missing.
02:37:35[Saint]errr, JDK they call it, don't they. Silly I.
02:38:10amayer[Saint]: oh ok
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02:59:19amayeri installed gcc and make. now it says this:
02:59:21amayerconfigure didn't find sdl-config, which indicates that you don't have SDL (properly) installed. Please correct and re-run configure!
02:59:45amayeris sdl a tool chain?
03:00:20[Saint]apt-get install libsdl1.2-dev
03:05:05amayerwhat does checkwps need with a video framebuffer?
03:15:40amayer[Saint]: thanks you, that seems to have wokred
03:19:51amayer[Saint]: do you know if the themesite handles android themes?
03:22:11[Saint]Haven't we been through this?
03:22:18[Saint]Sht, that seemed abrupt.
03:22:49[Saint]There's no such thing as an "Android theme", there's just the list of targets we tell it exists.
03:34:54amayer[Saint]: im rewriting the README file and for how to install the themesite and im wondering if we should include the jdk in things that need to be installed on the server
03:36:00[Saint]...why would it be necessary?
03:36:54amayerto run checkwps
03:37:54[Saint]No,, that's silly. There's no need.
03:38:18[Saint]Unless I'm totally misunderstanding how it works, there's no need.
03:38:58amayerwell in the current readme file it says to compile checkwps.
03:39:25amayerlet me do some greping and see if any of the php files acutally run checkwps
03:39:29[Saint]The JDK is only needed to compile the Android specific binary, but the theme isn't Android-specific, that's my point.
03:41:18[Saint]Installing JDK/JRE/NDK/SDK for the sake of compiling sheckwps occasionally seems rather on the bloated side.
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03:45:58[Saint]If you're missing what I'm saying, the checkwps for the SDL app would be fine.
03:47:22[Saint]though both are classed as unusable, so I'm not sure it even matters at all.
04:08:15JdGordon[Saint]: no, making it handle spaces shouldtnt be a problem
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04:11:31JdGordonat least after the comma is easy, before it is a bit harder
04:13:07amayerscorche: ping
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10:47:40wodzpamaury: (log) The version of rk27xx usb driver I uploaded to gerrit works for me quite reliably. Please review and test.
10:49:51JdGordonbluebrother: adding a raspi to the buildfarm??? REALLY? :p
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10:55:19bluebrotherJdGordon: why not? Wanted to give it a try. But it seems like architecture detection fails if the host is ARM.
10:55:36bluebrotherso there's no point in having it in the farm. Both for breakage reasons and speed :)
10:56:46bertriklast time I tried, it worked, except for being so slow to never finish a build before the end of the round
10:57:05*[Saint] has added his phone to the farm once or twice now.
10:57:26[Saint] *must* be able to use ARM.
10:57:44bluebrotherit seems to be of similar speed than my other server box
10:57:53bluebrotherwhich is a Geode
10:58:15wodzthe modern phone is probably a few times faster then raspi
10:58:40wodzraspi is 1176@700MHz after all
10:58:50[Saint]Well, yes, but the ones I've added were ~600MHz single core.
10:59:18[Saint]I'm not tying up my *real* phone with such tasks ;)
10:59:30bluebrotheryou have unreal phones?
11:00:13wodzWhy don't we center usb picture? On video it looks a bit strange, on rk27xx it looks weird to be right aligned
11:00:14[Saint]where 'unreal' == 'totally useless for telephony because I don't keep a SIM in them', yes :)
11:00:49[Saint]wodz: I _think_ that would involve tiling the image, no?
11:01:10wodz[Saint]: why? simply center what we have
11:01:21[Saint]Since a few targets with similar screen sizes share the USB image.
11:01:24bluebrothermaybe I should try my old nokia. Though it doesn't run linux, so ... ;-)
11:01:34[Saint]You'd need to tile to get it to center "correctly".
11:01:46bluebrother[Saint]: we center the startup logo, so we can do that for the usb one as well
11:01:58[Saint]Unless the cable not going to the right of the screen doesn't bother you.
11:02:03bertrikI have no objections to centering the USB image
11:02:17bluebrotherI think the main reason we're not doing it is simply because in the past we always had images of the screen size.
11:02:22[Saint]bluebrother: the startup logo doesn't extend offscreen.
11:02:25bluebrothersame happened for the Rockbox startup image
11:02:31[Saint]so, it CAN be centered without looking terrible.
11:02:41[Saint]the USB image, notsomuch.
11:02:42bluebrother[Saint]: no, because a smaller one is used and centered :)
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11:03:19bertrikFor the startup image, we can just take the SVG and scale it to be the exact screen size for a specific target, right?
11:03:27bluebrotherand having an image that is too small but hanging in one corner definitely looks worse than a too small one that's centered
11:03:33bertriknot so for the USB image
11:03:35[Saint]you're misunderstanding. The USB image has the "plug" and the "cord", the cord wouldn't extend to the right of the screen, and hence look weird (IMO) if it was centered.
11:03:43[Saint]...but, you could tile it.
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11:04:03bluebrotherIIRC a lot of startup images have been there before the svg existed, so ... not really
11:04:32[Saint]not really...what?
11:04:39bluebrotherthe "cord" not reacing the right side of the screen wouldn't be too bad IMO.
11:04:49bluebrotherstartup image created from the svg
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11:06:10wodzIt looks simply shit
11:06:43[Saint]IMO it would look shit if the "cord" began from nowhere, out of the middle of the screen.
11:07:05[Saint]unless, perhaps, if the whole thing had some form of border.
11:07:37bertrikwodz: can you find a logo that is twice as big?
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11:07:57bluebrothersomeone create a usb image where the cord comes from behind :)
11:08:04[Saint]I agree if looks bad right-aligned, but I think it'd look just as bad centered.
11:08:19wodzbertrik: will need to look what is picked up now
11:08:20[Saint]+if the cord began from nothing.
11:08:41[Saint]perhaps if the cord blended into a fade? dunno.
11:09:03bertrikI don't really like showing an USB plug in the first place
11:09:23[Saint]Any particular reason?
11:09:41bertrikIt doesn't really convey what is happening
11:09:53bertrikThe plug is *unconnected* in the logo!
11:10:15[Saint]...that's a good point.
11:10:33wodzit picks up the biggest usb logo we have usblogo.176x48x16.bmp but this target is 400x240 so it looks crap
11:11:34*[Saint] accuses wodz's DAP of having a lot of fluff on it
11:11:52bertrikCan't think of some better logo for USB though ...
11:12:10wodzmost (all?) 'usb connected' images I saw were some form of device connected to PC
11:12:30wodzI mean in various firmwares
11:12:43[Saint]IMO the text is plenty.
11:12:56bertrikWe need an animation! :D
11:13:25[Saint]wodz did a charging animation once upon a time.
11:13:42wodzheh, my proposition of animated usb screen was nuked like 3 years ago :-)
11:13:54[Saint]I know, I just made myself feel old. :)
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11:18:59dongsman i wish logo size had an affect on USB working or not
11:19:08dongsthen I'd load up like 4000x3000 logo.bmp on my clip+
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11:21:17*[Saint] wishes the ratio of dongs bitching about things vs. doing stuff about the things he bitches about were balanced more evenly
11:21:40[Saint]...and that he muted both nicks the other day instead of just one.
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11:22:53dongsi dont even fucking understand this, but one thing I do know, opensores LOVES to ignore their users complaints. thats how the shit works. Go into any opensores irc channel in teh last decade and complain about shit not working. You'll get banned or devoiced or muted or wahtever.
11:23:15dongsnot everyone using your warez is a fucking gcc pro
11:23:33dongsI dont need to know anything about compilers or makefiles when I use software on windows.
11:23:33wodzbanned you say - it looks like you ask for one
11:23:36Bagderdongs: then pay someone to help you
11:27:10[Saint]The thing is, it isn't, as you seem to see it, that you're being ignored. It is that, you're not telling us anything we don't know, and you're not helping to solve the issue, is just useless noise.
11:27:23[Saint]FOSS doesn't mean putting up with noise from complainants.
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11:29:24[Saint]It isn't as if we all know the "USB Secret" and are keeping it all to ourselves. If someone knew how, they'd fix it.
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11:29:41[Saint]In the meantime, you're just as responsible for it not being fixed now as everyone else is.
11:29:53dongsactually it worked much better in previous version.
11:30:15dongsin latest its just fucked, like 90% failure rate. when on previous stuff it connected always, as long as device was powered up.
11:30:37[Saint]So do something useful and find the revision that causes the issue.
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11:31:49dongsI guess it was 3.11
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11:32:13[Saint]Guesses aren't helpful at all I'm afraid.
11:32:38dongswell, i instaled it before october.
11:32:42dongsso it wasnt 3.12
11:33:46[Saint]Ok, so, you know a known good revision, and a failing revision. Check out the git repo and educate yourself on git bisection and you'll come up with a failing commit, or, don't...and cease the complaints.
11:34:37dongsI think given the choice, I'd rather complain about advantages of SVN vs git... :p
11:35:15[Saint]Go ahead, but I'm nopt sure anyone really needs any more proof positive that you're a troll.
11:35:22wodzdongs: go away troll
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11:46:01wodzpamaury: ping
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11:50:55pamaurywodz: pong
11:53:14wodzpamaury: 1) Why you implemented LED_VIRTUAL this way? and not simply led(true) led(false)? 2) rk27xx usb reached somewhat usable status. Could you test the patch from gerrit?
11:53:16pamaurywodz: have you tried HID on rk27xx ?
11:53:38wodzpamaury: no, I guess this will need defining keymaps properly.
11:54:24pamaurywodz: what do you mean for LED_VIRTUAL ? which file ?
11:56:24pamaurybecause the transfer routine can be entered by several threads in theory. But you're right that it is a bit overkill
11:59:23wodzand btw. shouldn't it be also in write routine?
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12:02:03pamaurytransfer_sectors works for both read and writes
12:02:12pamaury(in my case
12:02:36wodzah, ok
12:04:44pamauryi'll fix this, thanks for noticing. I've found a typo in a comment too. I'll try HID this afternoon and debug it if needed. Hopefully this rk27xx will be perfectly stable and we'll never heard about it anymore :)
12:05:38wodzunless host decides to send more then declared :P
12:06:50pamauryyeah. If it's possible I'm really thinking about using the hardware queue instead of DMA. That's a bit slower but it also makes sure the caches are handled right
12:07:49wodzbtw. I recall there are some usb quirks for this controller in linux host driver
12:08:13pamauryhost ?
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12:11:06wodzlinux driver ohci,ehci whatever treats devices with this VID:PID specially
12:15:39pamaurywhat the applied quirks ?
12:21:36wodzpamaury: Documentation doesn't say anything about FIFO registers in this controller. We would need to guess where this are (if present at all)
12:21:50pamaurywe'll see
12:23:20wodzAnyway, how to test hid? Am I right that proper keymap is needed?
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12:26:32BelzebubI've got iPod 5,5G
12:26:52BelzebubWhat we recomend replacement battery?
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12:28:58wodzusually not the cheapest
12:29:28pamaurywodz: seems like a software bug, because I've seen my linux transfer more than 64Kio with the rk27xx and it worked perfectly
12:31:27wodzpamaury: thats strange as we reuse VID:PID so we should hit this quirk
12:34:30pamauryon the other hand, my host is ehci
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12:35:56wodzmortalis: wanna try usb driver? :-)
12:36:19mortaliswodz: usb doesn't work for me in linux. On win it's fine. Maybe I need to turn on some usb feature in kernel?
12:37:12wodzmortalis: Which version have you tried? I uploaded new one today.
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12:39:37wodzcould you do logf build and dump the log?
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12:48:40JdGordongevaerts: any thoughts on making the ui for the metadata display patch better?
12:52:37mortaliswodz: dmesg output
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13:16:37wodzmortalis: thanks
13:16:43wodzpamaury: ^
13:17:21pamaurywodz: sure, wait a minute
13:18:24wodzmortalis: are you very sure this is with latest patch? pamaury smashed 'giant drive reported' bug some time ago
13:19:04wodzalso you get two drives reported while latest patch hardcodes 1 drive only
13:19:46[Saint]this is why I dislike the term 'latest' being used for revisions :)
13:20:23wodz[Saint]: well, gerrit has pretty good meaning of latest
13:20:56[Saint]It does indeed, but it relies on the observation skills of others.
13:21:37mortaliswodz: it's patchset 9
13:21:39pamaurywodz: my box reports two drives but this is a common bug: it wants to mount both /dev/sdb and /dev/sdb1 ! Otherwise works great
13:21:39wodzwe do have smart people here
13:24:22wodzpamaury: wireshark see some int in packets when I press buttons
13:25:20pamauryso it's doesn't work on mortalis's box ?
13:25:59wodzseems like
13:26:05mortalisyep, only on linux, tried on two machines
13:26:38pamauryand you get this "very big device" on both ?
13:27:30wodzpamaury: HID works !
13:27:43bertrikI remember some weirdness from the scsi layer, I think you should report the address of the highest block, *not* the size (so these are off-by-one)
13:27:44pamauryand why do you have two reported drivers ?!
13:27:49pamaurymortalis: what is your device ?
13:28:07wodzits 'only' a matter proper keymaps
13:28:59pamaurybertrik: this is another issue, if you report size 0, it means very big (ie need more than 32-bits to represent the size, so more than 32-bit*512 bytes~=2TiB)
13:29:17pamauryI don't know about this weirdness though, I'll check
13:31:31pamaurybertrik: indeed, there is a weirdness but our code reports the size correctly
13:32:34mortalispamaury: yes very big device on both
13:32:44pamaurywhat is your device ?
13:32:48mortalisby device you mean DAP?
13:32:57wodzpamaury: My linux box reports only one drive.
13:33:11pamaurymortalis: yes
13:33:14mortalishifiman hm801
13:34:13pamaurymortalis: then in firmware/export/config/hifiman801.h, comment "| STORAGE_NAND"
13:34:39pamaurywodz: we should fix that on hifimans too
13:35:18wodzand change #define NUM_DRIVES 2 to NUM_DRIVES 1
13:35:25wodzpamaury: sure
13:40:59mortaliswodz: pamaury: works
13:42:10wodzmortalis: could you check transfer rate?
13:43:03wodzok, I'll update the patch
13:47:59wodzpamaury: Should we leave added logf() calls in usb core?
13:49:01pamaurywodz: yes, same thing for storage. But we should comment LOGF_ENABLE again
13:49:15pamauryin usb.c too
13:51:41wodzI'd like to test a bit more before commiting
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14:26:17gevaertsJdGordon: does it need a UI?
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18:00:57amayerscorche: scorche|sh: i need some help with the files structor of the themesite
18:01:17amayercan you help me with what is in private/checkwps/ folder
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18:29:26amayeris there a way to run tools/checkwps/ for a specific version(ie. 3.12)
18:29:37amayerright now it compiles for the current dev build
18:31:26gevaertsNo. It compiles for whatever version you have checked out
18:33:38amayergevaerts: is there a way to checkout version 3.12?
18:36:26*gevaerts copies a line from UsingGit
18:36:31gevaertsgit checkout -b v3.12 origin/v3.12
18:38:25amayergevaerts: i was checking UsingGit but i wasnt sure what the other branches were or how to check them
18:38:55amayerUsingGit just said "git checkout -b branch_name origin/branch_name"
18:39:04amayerso i figured there were other branches
18:39:14gevaertsThere are lots of branches
18:39:27amayeris there a list of their names?
18:40:48amayeroh i found one in gerrit
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18:41:18gevaertsgit branch -r
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18:55:51amayergevaerts: thanks i added that to the wiki
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19:05:09lorenzo92pamaury: tonight I will have some spare time to work on Z5...
19:05:52lorenzo92I have seen you implemented the elftosb! great!
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19:08:41[Saint]amayer: assuming you cloned from master, then just 'git branch -r" should show you the goodies you're after.
19:08:54[Saint]Ahhhh, fuck. I need to scroll down.
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19:10:52[Saint]In hindsight, at least I knew something ;)
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19:22:36pamauryloRENZO92: I'M NOT FINISHED YET
19:22:49lorenzo92okay ;)
19:23:58pamaurylorenzo92: I should have finished in one hour or two
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20:43:57Mirwhere can i download the rockbox logo so i can make it the icon for the rockbox utility in my KDE menu for Opensuse
20:45:51[Saint]from our git repo
20:46:04[Saint] /rockbox/docs/logo
20:46:52[Saint]for the lazy:;a=tree;f=docs/logo;h=127ca567ead5a2dbe3db6b5b3bde5d6c1827e3ca;hb=HEAD :)
20:48:25Mirfor some reason my conntection is very slow today
20:48:49Miri downloaded the 64bit linux rockbox utility at 20kb/s
20:48:56Miri pay for 8mbit
20:49:22[Saint]off-topic - but: Change providers
20:51:18pamaurydamned, why don't proprietary tools implement correct elf parsing ?!
20:51:58[Saint]the clue is the mgic p-word you just used.
20:52:04[Saint]*magic too
20:57:34Mirthank you [Saint]
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21:25:41*user890104 wonders if the letters in the lower right corner of the logo actually mean something
21:27:06[Saint] can't read it?
21:27:21[Saint]Its right there in SVG form waiting for you to make it readable ;)
21:27:35[Saint]...and, it *is* readable, and it *does* mean something :)
21:28:42user890104that's what i can read
21:29:24[Saint]Right, now you know what it means. :)
21:29:40pamaurylorenzo92: I committed elftosb1
21:30:02pamauryit's still early stage but it can handle most configurations I think
21:30:11user890104[Saint]: well, i managed to read it, but not understand the meaning
21:31:23*[Saint] didn't say it meant anything important!
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21:45:15wodzpamaury: I also get I/O error when dd to file on sd with rk27xx usb driver.
21:45:26pamaurywodz: ok I'll have a look
21:50:30wodzpamaury: dd if=/dev/zero of=/media/7422-3010/testfile.bin bs=1M count=5 succeeded while count=6 fails. When it fail there is no file created at all on SD.
21:50:47pamaurywhat is the output of dmesg ?
21:52:50wodzusb reset, then i/o error and then 'unable to write to offline device'
21:53:47pamauryhum, I should have a look at this then
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21:55:17wodzthat explains why this driver worked for me - I tested mostly copying music where single file is 2-3MB in size
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21:59:02pamaurywodz: it works for me
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21:59:46pamaurywait, it wasn't sync'ed to disk it seems
22:00:18wodzdd report success while it fails actually
22:00:25pamauryhow do you know it fails ?
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22:01:17wodzno file on SD
22:01:59wodzand the usb device disappears
22:02:30pamauryit doesn't happen on mine
22:03:48wodzhmm, now 6MB files was created correctly
22:04:18wodzbang, 100MB test fails
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22:16:19wodzpamaury: I reformated the card to be 1000% sure this is not broken filesystem problem but unfortunately writing big file fails the same way.
22:16:51pamauryI really can't get a failure, that's strange
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23:09:37JdGordongevaerts: it needs something...
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23:23:46gevaertsJdGordon: I believe you, but I can't see it :)
23:27:44gevaertsWhat exactly does it need?
23:28:01JdGordonwhich part didnt you like?
23:28:06*JdGordon loves this cryptic convo :p
23:28:50JdGordonit needs a known filename, a viewport tag to set up that file, and a tag to get it to show the right thing in other skin files
23:29:03*gevaerts nods
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