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#rockbox log for 2013-09-30

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03:47:46[Saint]Would anyone have any objections to two slight changes to the fallback wps?
03:48:15[Saint]1) center metadata if horizontal resolution >N
03:48:26[Saint]2) ...get rid of that fucking peak meter
03:49:06[Saint]It seems to me that the fallback /probably/ shouldn't hammer the CPU with the peak meter
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04:04:46VailAZdoughow do you set the boundries for shuffle to the microSD disk?
04:05:47[Saint]By only adding the contents of the microsd to the (dynamic or otherwise) playlist.
04:06:12[Saint]There is absolutely no way to achieve this otherwise.
04:06:54VailAZdougOK have never done this. Though I'm sure there must be an easy way to do so.
04:06:55[Saint]It stands to reason that if you only want to listen from the microsdcard that you wouldn;t add all your audio to the current playlist, no?
04:07:51[Saint]Use the File Browser, bring up the context menu on the root of the sdcard and add it all to the current playlist, shuffle, done.
04:08:37VailAZdougMy music player only has music on the micro sd disk, (for this exact purpose)
04:10:09[Saint]Then why is there an issue?
04:10:22[Saint]It can't play audio from places where audio doesn't exist. :)
04:10:47[Saint]If you only have audio on the sdcard, shuffle is automatically constrained to the sdcard, no matter what you do.
04:11:13[Saint](for the reason outlined above, imaginary files cannot be played)
04:11:40VailAZdougWhy an issue? I want shuffle to play off of the entire memory card. right now since the card is seperated into directories, shuffle only works on that directory, and then the player rolls to the next directory
04:12:14[Saint]So, as I said, add the entire contents of the sdcard to the current playlist.
04:12:39[Saint]Bring up the context menu on the root of the sdcard, select playlists entry, insert.
04:13:37VailAZdougJust trying to understand the vageries of Rockbox, since my music player experience is an gen 1 ipod, a cowon D2 and now a sansa clip plus running rockbox. I'm still a newbie with it. Let me get it and see how your instructions work.
04:14:02[Saint]I would advise reading our fine manual.
04:15:05[Saint]If you are *only* using the File Browser, and want shuffle (or any playback) to transcend the current directory, you could also use the "auto-change directory" setting.
04:15:26[Saint]The caveat of this is that you must first generate a list of current directories.
04:15:53[Saint](using the plug random_folder_advance_config)
04:16:25[Saint]The upside is, there is several ways to do what you want to do, you just need to decide which method fits you best.
04:17:11[Saint]I really do advise reading the manual, though. It would take you an age to discover the functionality Rockbox offers without doing so as some things are quite non-obvious.
04:28:43[Saint]Hmmmm. Actually, VailAZdoug, I lied.
04:29:14[Saint]There is only one way to achieve this if you want to play one album shuffled, then progress to a new album, shuffled, etc.
04:30:03[Saint]You would need to use the File Browser+auto-change directory setting along with the random_folder_advance_config list.
04:30:18VailAZdougThat last situation is exactly how it is now working. One directory shuffled, then another directory shuffled and so on.
04:30:36[Saint]So, yay?
04:31:15[Saint]If non-yay, I must admit to not fully understanding your requirement.
04:31:42VailAZdougI want the option, since I'm deliberatly using a smaller memory stick for a play list of having rockbox shuffle through the entire memory stick (when I want it to)
04:33:50VailAZdougI'm wondering if I have the plugin "random_folder_advance_confi"
04:34:09[Saint]You do.
04:34:28[Saint]Plugins -> Applications -> random_folder_advance_config
04:35:12[Saint]generate the list, then edit the directory list to disclude directories you don't want it to ever select.
04:35:30[Saint](though playback will automatically skip directories with no audio)
04:36:06[Saint]If auto-change directory is enabled, it will automatically advance to the next folder after playing the current one.
04:36:16VailAZdougYes I do have that plugin
04:36:29[Saint]This plugin is if you want it to advance to a *random* folder, after completing playback of the current one.
04:38:01[Saint]Otherwise selecting random in the auto-change directory setting will just advance to the next folder (or possibly do nothing at all, I can't remember)
04:38:36[Saint]If/when you no longer want this to happen, just disable the auto-change directory setting
04:38:59[Saint](you may add it to the quickscreen or shurtcuts menu to quicken enabling/disabling this functionality)
04:39:45VailAZdougLet me play with it for a bit. (have to eat right now)
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09:13:32wodzDo you know of any decent hex editor which 1) does not choke on 2GB+ files and 2) accepts navigation with offsets over 2GB boundary 3) allowing to map content of the file as a an array of arbitrary structs
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10:45:17FoHwodz. the hex edit mode of mc's viewer doesn't sport mapping to a struct [which, now that you mention it, is something that i'd love]; but it seems to have no problem with the 6.4 GiB disc image i just tried it on (as long as you stay away from the key that toggles back to text mode—which is likely to make it go out to lunch parsing).
10:47:24FoHmc = Midnight Commander (the text mode visual shell, available in most unixoid environments—incl Cygwin)
11:03:52wodzmc is too limited
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11:31:31pamaurywodz: a long time ago I started such an editor but never finished, I wanted to build a completely scriptable editor, so you can parse anyd ata structure, up to a filesystem for example. But I never finished
11:31:51wodzthat is a pitty
11:33:48wodzwxHexEditor is almost ok. It reads .tag files which describe how to color parts of view. It doesn't choke on big files and is reasonably fast
11:35:33pamauryif I were to rewrite today, I would probably do it in lua though. why do you need this ? for nand ?
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12:02:43wodzheh, scipt generated tag file for my nand dump is 1.7GB in size and guess what happens if you try to instruct wxHexEditor to use it :-)
12:04:11gevaertsIt tries to load it into RAM in easy to use (but not very space efficient) data structures?
12:06:29wodzI guess so
12:06:47wodzwhy the hell it doesn't know the concept of repetive tags
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12:14:04lebelliumpamaury rasher: hum looks like it did not work? the new targets don't show up here"> although it's build 310e7b4
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12:38:31rasherlebellium: I'll have a look tonight
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15:51:49lebelliumpamaury rasher: Actually I see that some unstable targets like Cowon D2 and Fuze+ show up here"> while not added in The YP-R0 is also an unstable target but doesn't show up there. So the problem is probably not I would say not either since Cowon D2, Fuze+ and YP-R0 are all marked status=>2 there.
15:53:56pamaurylebellium: I have no idea how the simulator on rasher's website are built, see with rasher
15:54:46mortalisI guess the problem is that YP-R0 simulator build not listed in buildserver/builds
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16:00:54lebelliummortalis: oh indeed, well spotted :) but the other targets added to yesterday (Creative Zen X-Fi 2/3 and Sony NWZ-E360/370) are listed in buildserver/builds but don't show up on rasher website though
16:01:23lebelliumthe only difference I see is that they are listed as "sdl:1" while all the other targets are listed as "sdl:0"
16:01:35lebelliumI have no idea what that means though
16:02:49lebelliumI don't understand anything here but maybe adding the YP-R0 here + replacing sdl:1 with sdl:0 could fix the issue? :)
16:05:20mortalisgevaerts probably knows meaning of that number
16:16:42gevaertsAFAIK there is no relation between builds and the sim builda
16:19:17lebelliumwhy are simulators listed in buildserver/builds then?
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16:20:47gevaertsBecause the build network does build simulators
16:21:06gevaertsBut those aren't uploaded anywhere
16:23:46lebelliumso that's not the solution to the issue
16:23:53lebelliumit would have been too easy :)
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16:25:39mortalisbut anyway, yp-r0 sim should be added to builds
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18:56:20lebelliumis there a tutorial somewhere how to use the iRiver fwpatcher in cmd line in linux? I'd like to try to add firmware 1.31 KR
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19:51:37lebelliumAh I found
19:52:06lebelliumBut when I type "tools/descramble -iriver H300.hex H300.bin" it says "command not found" :S
19:53:41amayerlebellium: are you sure you have execute on your permissions?
19:53:49gevaertsTry running "make descramble" in tools/
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19:59:04lebelliumgevaerts: "make descramble -iriver H300.hex H300.bin" gives only
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19:59:17lebellium"GNU Make 3.81
19:59:18lebelliumCopyright (C) 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
19:59:20lebelliumThis is free software; see the source for copying conditions.
19:59:22gevaertslebellium: that's not what I said :)
19:59:56lebelliumok sorry :)
20:00:17lebellium"make descramble" created a descramble file
20:02:03lebelliumcc -O -g -W -Wall -Wshadow -pedantic -c -o descramble.o descramble.c
20:02:04lebelliumcc -O -g -W -Wall -Wshadow -pedantic -c -o iriver.o iriver.c
20:02:05lebelliumcc -O -g -W -Wall -Wshadow -pedantic -c -o gigabeat.o gigabeat.c
20:02:07lebelliumcc -g descramble.o iriver.o gigabeat.o -o descramble
20:02:09lebelliumnow what should I do?
20:02:21gevaertsTry again. You now have the descramble tool
20:03:49lebelliumyou mean trying again "make descramble -iriver H300.hex H300.bin" ? It's still as before
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20:04:09gevaertsNot make descramble...
20:04:39gevaertstools/descramble -iriver H300.hex H300.bin
20:05:02gevaertsAdjust that tools/ as needed to match the directory you're in
20:05:38lebelliumI'm in the /tools directory and "descramble -iriver H300.hex H300.bin" gives "descramble: command not found"
20:05:58gevaertsWell yes. The current directory isn't in your PATH by default
20:06:09gevaertsSo you need ./descramble there
20:06:40gevaertsThese things are neither magic nor DOS :)
20:07:08lebelliumI did not understand why I need that but at least it worked :)
20:07:12lebelliumModel H300 series
20:07:13lebelliumFile decoded correctly and all checksums matched!
20:07:15lebelliumOutput file contains all headers and checksums
20:07:16lebelliumthank you
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20:38:15lebelliumI succesfully installed Rockbox in dualboot with firmware 1.31K on iRiver H300. I can now play OF games while stil keeping Rockox :D
20:38:47lebelliumIs it useful to add the MD5 sum here or nobody cares in 2013?
20:41:04gevaertsInformation never hurts
20:41:45lebelliumHow is generated fwpatcher.exe here ?
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21:11:55lebelliumAdding a firmware to the patcher seems to be only a matter of editing h300sums.h but then to generate fwpatcher.exe and upload it to the website, I assume I need Linus here but looks like he's gone since 2008 :)
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21:23:39wodzdamn, looking at the nand dump from hifiman it looks like it uses different ftl scheme then my generic dap :/
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21:58:27n1slebellium: isn't the fwpatcher functionality folded into rbutil nowadays?
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21:59:53lebelliumnls: ah yes indeed! I forgot it -_-
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23:31:15lebelliumIs it possible to compile one's own RButility custom patched version? lorenzo92 nicely made a patch G#630 but I need now a fresh FWpatcher.exe or RBUtil to check if it's alright
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23:31:18fs-bluebotGerrit review #630 at : FWPatcher - added support for H300 v1.31K by Lorenzo Miori (changes/30/630/2)
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23:42:55bluebrotherlebellium: sure. Just build it like the wiki describes :)
23:45:28bluebrotherthough I'm wondering where this 1.31k firmware version is coming from
23:46:15bluebrothercan't find anything like that on the iriver website.
23:47:21*bluebrother found something on the Rockbox forums
23:47:35bluebrotherstrange that nobody did complain about missing support for that earlier
23:47:50lebelliumyou have the changelog here
23:48:04lebelliumit's only KR so it's probably on iRiver KR website, not on global website
23:48:56lebelliumnobody did complain probably because nobody cares about the OF once Rockbox is installed :)
23:49:20bluebrothertrue :)
23:49:38bluebrotherbut regardless, do you need a Windows binary?
23:51:56lebelliumah I see Rbutil has its own h300sums.h file! Damn it, I thought it would be enough to edit tools/fwpatcher/h300sums.h but then I'll have to ask Lorenzo to edit rbutil/rbutilqt/irivertools/h300sums.h too
23:52:31fs-bluebotBuild Server message: New build round started. Revision 8df12c6, 223 builds, 17 clients.
23:53:59lebelliumbluebrother: I'm looking how to compile an .exe Windows version or a linux version of RButil
23:54:06lebelliumdoesn't look that easy
23:54:56bluebrothercompile the toolchain using
23:55:05bluebrotherthat's IMO the easiest way
23:56:50bluebrotherin my case I have it in ~/local/mxe, then cd rbutil/rbutilqt; ~/local/mxe/usr/i686-pc-mingw32/qt/bin/qmake && PATH=~/local/mxe/usr/bin:$PATH make
23:58:24bluebrotherthe Windows version currently doesn't build with Qt5 in case you want to try :)

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