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#rockbox log for 2017-06-18

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00:01:49lebelliumpamaury: ok. Maybe you'll be more lucky with the A860
00:02:33pamauryI hope so, at least on this one I just have to figure out touchscreen
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00:08:06flocksHello everyone! I got really interested in the Rockbox build for Ipod Video (5.5). I wonder if there, perhaps, is a way to use Rockbox as a complete replacement for Apple's original firmware on the thing?
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00:28:10pamauryflocks: I know next to nothing about ipods but I think the ipod video is supported by rockbox
00:46:45flockspamaury: Thanks, I already read the manual:) It suggests keeping the original firmware as a dual-boot option. I suppose it does benefit those who use it to play their MPEG-4 and H.264 videos in 240p, but I'm pretty much satisfied with the capabilities of Rockbox, so I'm curious about the way to keep it the only option, no return to the original firmware whatsoever. Anyways, thanks for chiming in, I totally appreciate that :)
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01:29:36saratoga_flocks: i forget if that exists for the ipod video, check the ipodpatcher help file and see
01:29:44saratoga_pointless though :)
01:35:11flockssaratoga: Thanks, Michael! I think that definitely clarifies the pros and cons for me!
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02:04:44AldemFor audio, no need to get the fastest uSD card right ?
02:06:51saratoga_most of these devices run the sd card slow enough that the rated speed of the card isn't important
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02:58:11Aldemsaratoga_: Sansa e280 v1
02:58:36AldemSorry for the late response
02:58:45saratoga_replace most with all above
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03:01:05AldemSo, rockbox, as long as it's in fat format, it doesn't really care about the size ?
03:01:19AldemCAD$ is tempting
03:07:58saratoga_yeah they're all backwards compatible to the mid-2000s
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03:12:54AldemThanks saratoga_
03:13:16AldemFound my old Sansa the other day and decided to rockbox it
03:15:21saratoga_the e200s are nice players
03:15:35saratoga_we never did get the frequency scaling working on the e200v2 though
03:15:45saratoga_v1s are incredibly well supported though
03:16:01AldemYeah, I remember buying it when I was in my 'no apple' mood
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03:57:58SPLESH_2015pamaury: I found Service manual for S540 if you still need it ) and also (from SM) i found that it uses MT29F128G08CEAAAC5 as NAND and i have datasheet for it too
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04:26:31SPLESH_2015!oPA1kBAJ the password is Rw2JSDLYcy
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09:07:31lebelliumSPLESH_2015: I already uploaded all service manuals here and pamaury knows it
09:08:30SPLESH_2015lebellium: I also included data-sheet for the NAND
09:08:57lebelliumoh ok
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10:55:51pamaurySPLESH_2015: thanks but I am not really interested in the flash datasheet. To support it I would need to reverse engineer the FTL of the OF, and that would be too much work for little gain
10:59:07prof_wolfffbluebrother: i am going to commit g#1605 and g#1606 if there are no drawbacks
10:59:12fs-bluebotGerrit review #1605 at : ipodpatcher: remove external ddk/ntddscsi.h dependency by Cástor Muñoz
10:59:12fs-bluebotGerrit review #1606 at : mks5lboot: updates by Cástor Muñoz
11:00:03prof_wolfffpamaury: what about merging g#1585 until there is a final solution for the libcryptopp issue? it compiles the mkimxboot tool on MXE and (supposedly) all Linux systems
11:00:06fs-bluebotGerrit review #1585 at : mkimxboot: fix compilation issues with crypto lib by Cástor Muñoz
11:02:37pamauryprof_wolfff: does it need to be that complicated? I thought -lcrypto++ works on all targets (that's what I recall, but I might be wrong). But if not then go ahead and push it
11:06:47prof_wolffftested it on my ubuntu, OSX and MXE (mingw) and any one uses a different name for pkgconfig to find it, libcryptopp libcrypto++ and cryptopp (IIRC), i was no sure so also added crypto++
11:06:55prof_wolfffpamaury: ^
11:11:54prof_wolfffusing −−libs with multiple args or using −−libs many times didn't work, at least on some system i tested if not all (can't recall)
11:21:22pamauryok, I'm not very surprised...
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14:47:14pamaurylebellium: there?
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15:03:00lebelliumpamaury: yep
15:04:30pamaurylebellium: you have the A10 and A20 right?
15:04:38pamaurycould you run some tests for me? (it's really simple)
15:04:39lebelliumboth yes
15:05:28lebelliumI need to clean up my apartment now :P
15:05:59pamauryok :)
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15:06:23pamauryactually I will leave you the instructions now, and you can ping me with the results
15:06:24lebelliumand call my father for the father's day ò/
15:06:29lebelliumok let's do that
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15:08:08pamauryget the latest version on git (from right now), recompile nwztools/scsitool and run on both A10 and A20:
15:08:08pamauryscsitool <dev> get_dev_info
15:08:08pamauryscsitool <dev> get_dhp
15:08:08DBUGEnqueued KICK pamaury
15:08:08pamauryscsitool <dev> get_dpcc_prop dev_info
15:08:09pamauryscsitool <dev> get_dnk_nvp shp
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15:33:33pamauryjhMikeS: your rds fixes seem to have 'broken' RDS on my fuze+. Your parser seems to reject the PS messages I get
15:36:58pamaurywhen I logf all calls to handle_group0 I get something like that: (the format is rds_ps(<seg>): <char0> <char1>. The name of the station is BLEU but apparently the messages are rarely received in order, I wonder what is going on.
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16:44:08pamauryin particular the station does not seem to send segments 2 and 3, only 0 and 1, from your code I suspect that's why the parser discards the PS
16:48:57pamauryor maybe it's a timing problem, since i2c is done in software and RDS polling from a thread
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18:07:27lebelliumpamaury: A20
18:13:43lebelliumI don't know where's the issue with get_dpcc_prop dev_info
18:15:10lebelliumoh... didn't read your commit message, sorry
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19:10:02pamaurylebellium: I can't seem to make get_dpcc_prop work, although I can confident I got the commands right but it doesn't matter too much because get_dev_info and get_dhp work. what about the A10 ?
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19:36:30johnb3pamaury: at you mentioned that you have a bootloader for E450. Would you be so kind to upload a binary somewhere?
19:38:01duo8what are the supported sony players now?
19:38:19duo8i see that it has gone up from the 3 E-series models?
19:40:22johnb3see g#1481
19:40:25fs-bluebotGerrit review #1481 at : Initial commit for the Sony NWZ linux port (WIP) by Amaury Pouly
19:42:35duo8what about a15/a25 and the likes?
19:44:52johnb3A10 is working ( with lebellium), A20 I would try myself if I had a bootloader ready to use. As the title says it is an initial version. I have it running on E580.
19:45:46johnb3But I rather shut up and wait for pamaury to comment.
19:48:07pamauryjohnb3: supported players atm: E450, E460, E470, A860 (but somewhat untested), E580, A10, A20 should work (there is another gerrit ask for this one). It should be easy to add support for more
19:48:22pamauryyes I'll upload binaries for all of them
19:48:38duo8oh neat
19:48:58duo8i might trade mine for a a25 some day
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20:00:17lebelliumpamaury: A10
20:02:38duncan_I assume the Sony Axx Linux port needs a lot of testing? What features work?
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20:10:38pamauryaudio works (although the volume handling is slighty broken but i will fix that). Radio is not working yet
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21:54:50bluebrother^prof_wolfff: sorry, didn't get around looking at that :( Had a short look at the patches. If those work I don't see a problem with it.
21:56:25bluebrother^building on Windows is something that is likely to need a separate look. But afair that's somewhat broken right now anyway.
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22:49:30user890104bluebrother^, prof_wolfff: i can test building on my windows laptop (win7 x64)
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23:17:46prof_wolfffbluebrother: mks5lboot tool was built and tested on OS X, now it uses IOKit and usblib is not used anymore, also managed to build and test rbutil on OS X (10.11) using the latest git version (but removing the imx patches related to cryptopp), I tried to use IOKit functions that are available on 'old' OS X including PPC ones, but cannot compile and test on that platform
23:21:08prof_wolfffon Windows: rbutil does not use libusb, it uses only the winapi, the drawback is that the Apple USB driver is needed but user890104 knows a way to install the driver without installing iTunes, mks5lboot tool can be build with optional libusb support and by default libusb is not used, rbutil and mks5lboot were successfully compiled using MXE and tested on a Windows VM
23:21:48prof_wolfffuser890104: can you test building it on native Windows? ATM I cannot do that, i will also send you the MXE executables (32-bit) so you can test them
23:23:27user890104prof_wolfff: yes, which patches do i need?
23:23:39user890104here is how to install just the driver:
23:25:26user890104we should be able to include a small program or powershell script, which fetches the latest itunes and 7-zip, then extract the driver installer and starts it
23:26:27user890104the instructions are pretty straightforward, but who knows
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23:29:36prof_wolfffuser890104: the patch is g#1606
23:29:38fs-bluebotGerrit review #1606 at : mks5lboot: updates by Cástor Muñoz
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23:31:20prof_wolfffuser890104: latest g#1267 and g#1268 are also needed to compile rbutil
23:31:23fs-bluebotGerrit review #1267 at : rbutil: add function to suspend/resume processes by Cástor Muñoz
23:31:23fs-bluebotGerrit review #1268 at : rbutil: add support for iPod Classic 6G bootloader. by Cástor Muñoz
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23:47:39CH23good evening, is there any hardware guru who knows if the sansa clip plus screen can be replaced by one of these:
23:48:23CH23or, less specific, has a photo of the sansa clip display with ribbon cable (display side, not main PCB side)
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23:56:31duncan^CH23: wow, that's a suspiciously short URL from aliexpress :P
23:57:04CH23i know how to remove things after .html :P
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