Previous day | Jump to hour: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 | Next day

Seconds: Show Hide | Joins: Show Hide | View raw
Font: Serif Sans-Serif Monospace | Size: Small Medium Large

Click in the nick column to highlight everything a person has said.
The Logo icon identifies that the person is a core developer (has commit access).

#rockbox log for 2021-05-03

00:16:36 Join daswf852 [0] (~daswf852@unaffiliated/dwf)
00:23:07***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
01:03:44 Quit amiconn (Quit: - Chat comfortably. Anywhere.)
01:03:44 Quit pixelma (Quit: .)
01:05:14 Join pixelma [0] (marianne@rockbox/staff/pixelma)
01:05:14 Join amiconn [0] (jens@rockbox/developer/amiconn)
01:33:12 Quit JanC (Remote host closed the connection)
01:33:35 Join JanC [0] (~janc@lugwv/member/JanC)
01:37:37 Join ZincAlloy [0] (
01:42:10 Quit ZincAlloy (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
02:23:11***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
04:23:12***No seen item changed, no save performed.
05:10:11 Join akaWolf [0] (~akaWolf@unaffiliated/akawolf)
05:12:47 Join pamaury [0] (~pamaury@rockbox/developer/pamaury)
06:01:20 Quit S|h|a|w|n (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
06:23:14***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
08:18:06 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
08:18:15 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
08:18:19 Join Saijin-Naib [0] (
08:18:49 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
08:18:59 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
08:19:03 Join Saijin_Naib_ [0] (
08:22:27 Quit Saijin-Naib (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
08:23:17***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
08:51:07 Join massiveH [0] (
08:58:06 Join TheLemonMan [0] (~lemonboy@irssi/staff/TheLemonMan)
08:58:16 Quit daswf852 (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
09:08:52 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
09:09:01 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
09:09:05 Join Saijin-Naib [0] (
09:10:59 Quit Saijin_Naib_ (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
09:20:19 Quit Acou_Bass (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
09:23:47 Join calebccff [0] (
09:23:48calebccffRetr0id: on the ipod6g it's firmware/target/arm/s5l8702/crt0.S, i'd imagine it's similar for other ipods
09:28:57 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
09:29:07 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
09:29:11 Join Saijin_Naib_ [0] (
09:30:04 Join tomeaton17 [0] (5207f844@gateway/web/cgi-irc/
09:32:35 Quit Saijin-Naib (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
10:18:53 Quit massiveH (Quit: Leaving)
10:23:20***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
10:25:03 Quit Natch (Remote host closed the connection)
10:30:23 Join Natch [0] (
11:25:14 Join CR0W [0] (
11:25:14 Quit CR0W (Changing host)
11:25:14 Join CR0W [0] (~narf@unaffiliated/em64t)
11:25:38 Quit CR0W (Client Quit)
11:26:02 Join CR0W [0] (
11:26:02 Quit CR0W (Changing host)
11:26:02 Join CR0W [0] (~narf@unaffiliated/em64t)
11:26:15 Quit CR0W (Client Quit)
11:26:23 Join CR0W_ [0] (
11:26:42 Quit CR0W_ (Client Quit)
11:27:29 Join CR0W [0] (
11:27:30 Quit CR0W (Changing host)
11:27:30 Join CR0W [0] (~narf@unaffiliated/em64t)
11:28:00 Quit CR0W (Client Quit)
11:28:23 Join CR0W [0] (
11:28:23 Quit CR0W (Changing host)
11:28:23 Join CR0W [0] (~narf@unaffiliated/em64t)
11:28:36 Quit CR0W (Client Quit)
11:29:03 Join CR0W [0] (
11:29:03 Quit CR0W (Changing host)
11:29:03 Join CR0W [0] (~narf@unaffiliated/em64t)
11:43:08Retr0id - is it just me, or is it a bit strange to do the copy-to-IRAM *before* the CPU/COP fork?
11:43:28Retr0idwon't the copy loop end up running in parallel on both cores, causing duplicate writes for no real reason?
11:45:15Retr0idcompared to ipodloader2, which sleeps the COP prior to the copy loop
12:07:54 Join ZincAlloy [0] (
12:12:28 Quit ZincAlloy (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
12:23:23***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
12:40:58speachyhmm. I vaguely recall the two CPUs having different IRAM banks, but that does seem unlikely.
12:49:57 Join ZincAlloy [0] (~Adium@2a02:8108:943f:d824:bd03:3fdd:3b00:3065)
13:03:40 Quit Moarc (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
13:04:16 Quit tomeaton17 (Quit: Connection closed)
13:04:54 Join Moarc [0] (
13:10:13 Join lebellium [0] (
13:19:36 Quit lebellium (Quit: Leaving)
13:21:36 Join lebellium [0] (
13:41:08 Join tomeaton17 [0] (5207f844@gateway/web/cgi-irc/
14:07:03 Quit tomeaton17 (Quit: Connection closed)
14:23:25***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
14:39:45 Quit Saijin_Naib_ (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
14:39:55 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
15:02:04 Quit calebccff (Quit: Idle timeout reached: 10800s)
15:35:02 Quit TheLemonMan (Quit: "It's now safe to turn off your computer.")
15:53:21 Quit Natch (*.net *.split)
15:53:21 Quit fs-bluebot_ (*.net *.split)
15:53:21 Quit lemon_jesus (*.net *.split)
15:53:21 Quit f1refly (*.net *.split)
15:53:22 Quit rogeliodh (*.net *.split)
15:55:15 Join Natch [0] (
15:55:15 Join fs-bluebot_ [0] (
15:55:15 Join lemon_jesus [0] (~lemon_jes@
15:55:15 Join f1refly [0] (
15:55:15 Join rogeliodh [0] (
16:10:10RafiXHmm, I seem to have a problem. I was getting music on my clip+, but it showed a kernel panic, screen went black and nothing happens now
16:10:29fs-bluebot_Build Server message: New build round started. Revision 4f83e66cd4, 298 builds, 8 clients.
16:11:56RafiXOh, nevermind. Just came back to life
16:13:44 Quit Saijin_Naib (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
16:14:53bertrikRafiX: if the power button no longer works, you can try just holding the power button for > 10 seconds to trigger a hard shutdown, then power on again
16:22:28 Join tomeaton17 [0] (5207f844@gateway/web/cgi-irc/
16:23:26***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
16:26:22 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
16:31:38 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
16:38:13fs-bluebot_Build Server message: Build round completed after 1663 seconds.
16:38:16fs-bluebot_Build Server message: Revision 4f83e66cd4 result: All green
16:51:11 Quit ac_laptop (Quit: WeeChat 3.0)
16:56:54 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:04:20 Quit ac_laptop (Quit: WeeChat 3.0)
17:12:58 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:13:24 Quit ac_laptop (Client Quit)
17:18:46 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:19:29 Quit ac_laptop (Client Quit)
17:23:03 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:24:01 Quit ac_laptop (Client Quit)
17:25:02 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:26:42 Quit ac_laptop (Client Quit)
17:27:21 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:27:34 Quit ac_laptop (Client Quit)
17:28:11 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:32:42 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
17:32:46 Join Saijin-Naib [0] (
17:32:50 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
17:33:47 Quit lebellium (Quit: Leaving)
17:35:23 Quit tomeaton17 (Quit: Connection closed)
17:37:07 Quit Saijin-Naib (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
17:46:15 Quit ac_laptop (Quit: WeeChat 3.0)
17:48:32 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:50:16 Quit ac_laptop (Client Quit)
17:52:04 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:52:34 Quit ac_laptop (Client Quit)
17:54:09 Join ac_laptop [0] (~ac_laptop@
17:56:37 Quit Saijin_Naib (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
17:58:22 Join ilo [0] (
17:58:54iloAre any of the new Sandisk clip (sport, jam etc) players going to be supported?
18:00:10iloI had a Sandisk Clip Zip however the battery died, I don't see any Clip, Clip+ or Clip Zip's for sale but tons of the new models
18:00:14bertrikat least highly unlikely
18:00:27ilowhat are the reasons why they will not be supported?
18:01:07bertriki think the clip sport had weird hardware, not as capable as the earlier clips
18:01:45ilothe Clip Jam looks even simpler, smaller screen and b/w
18:02:28iloAre there any other similar devices from other manufacturers that are supported (similar size with sd card support)?
18:04:53bertrikI don't know, mp3 players are not really being manufactured anymore
18:05:23bertrikmaybe you can find secondhand apple nano's
18:05:43bertrikbut not all models are supported, the older ones are
18:06:05iloI found an article on Linux Magazine that suggested a Sandisk Clip sport is just a rebranded clip zip
18:06:23iloIt seems to be suggesting it might work:
18:06:25iloHowever, if a music player is not listed as being supported on the project site’s home page, check the forums. Sometimes, a model may be a repackaging of an earlier device. For example, while the SanDisk Clip Sport is not listed as supported, it turns out to be merely a rebranded SanDisk Clip Zip.
18:06:48 Quit pamaury (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
18:06:59iloDo those Nano's accept sd cards?
18:07:57 Join pamaury [0] (~pamaury@rockbox/developer/pamaury)
18:08:41bertrikI'm pretty sure that the clip sport is quite different from a clip zip
18:11:48iloI will go look in the forums to see if anyone else has tried it
18:13:04 Join cockroach [0] (~blattodea@pdpc/supporter/active/cockroach)
18:13:33ilo doesn't appear to have a search function
18:13:57ilonevermind found it
18:23:27***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
18:25:29_bilgusclip zip and fuze+ were the last sandisk players capable of running rockbox no sports or later are
18:25:48_bilgusnot enough ram..
18:28:59 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
18:33:31 Quit Saijin_Naib (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
18:41:24braewoodsilo: is that all you're looking for in a player?
18:41:38braewoodssmall size?
18:43:16braewoodsilo: I have some iRivers I could sell you if you don't mind their larger size.
18:43:38braewoodsAssuming you live in the US so shipping is reasonable.
18:44:05ilothanks for the offer but yeah I am specifically looking for small + sd card
18:44:37braewoodsI see. too bad. Try looking for some of the newer ports. Maybe the Xduoo x3
18:44:41braewoodsit uses SD card.
18:46:03braewoodsthe most recent ports are still under development
18:47:44braewoodsbut yea, most of the older ports are like smart phone size
18:48:11braewoodsthe only remotely tiny one is the ones that use CF cards
18:48:24braewoodsthe ipod mini and philips gogear HDD1630
18:48:28braewoodsfor example
18:48:48braewoodsno SD card but you can still upgrade the internal storage very high
18:49:06braewoodssd card only matters imho if you have to replace the storage often or so
18:50:56iloxduo looks interesting stil much larger than the clips its too bad Western Digital ruined them, ive owned several over the years all with rockbox it was a great combo
18:52:43 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
18:53:33 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
18:53:37 Join Saijin-Naib [0] (
18:53:42 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
18:56:08 Join saratoga [0] (
18:56:34saratogaThe Sport, etc are rebrands of some generic Chinese MP3 players, not of the Zip
18:56:48saratogaeverything in them is made by a different company
18:57:22saratogaCPU doesn't even run the same instruction set and they have no DRAM, so zero chance the Zip port will work on them
18:57:43 Quit Saijin-Naib (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
19:13:37 Quit ZincAlloy (Quit: Leaving.)
19:19:11 Quit pamaury (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
19:20:56 Join FroggestSpirit [0] (
19:21:22FroggestSpiritHello, I'm trying to build the Fiio M3K native port, and get this error:
19:21:22FroggestSpiritfatal error: sysfont.h: No such file or directory
19:28:15saratogatry make clean and see if it goes away
19:29:43FroggestSpiritoh wow, that worked. I didn't think to try that since it was my first build. Thanks!
19:30:06FroggestSpiritmaybe because I tried building once before I had the mips toolchain set up
19:32:02 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
19:32:05iloThanks saratoga for the details, that is sad news, I loved the rockbox + clip combo and there doesn't appear to be anything similar replacing it.
19:32:06 Join Saijin-Naib [0] (
19:32:10 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
19:34:14iloagptek looks to have a similar product does anyone know if a port has been tried for this model? Does it have any DRAM?
19:36:14 Quit Saijin-Naib (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
19:43:24 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
19:43:28 Join Saijin_Naib_ [0] (
19:43:49 Quit FroggestSpirit (Quit: Connection closed)
19:50:00 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
19:50:09 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
19:50:13 Join Saijin-Naib [0] (
19:53:28 Quit Saijin_Naib_ (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
19:53:44 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
19:53:54 Quit Saijin_Naib (Disconnected by services)
19:53:58 Join Saijin_Naib_ [0] (
19:57:22 Quit Saijin-Naib (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
19:59:14 Quit ilo (Quit: Konversation terminated!)
20:14:43saratogasome of the apgtek players have ports
20:23:28***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
20:24:04speachyThe Clip Jam, Clip Sport, Clip Sport Plus, and Clip Sport Go will never see a rockbox port.
20:25:43speachyI think that's even in the rockbox FAQ somewhere
20:26:53speachyilo: There are a _ton_ of players built on the same basic hw platform (Actions ATJ21x7) . Another popular low-end SoC is Rockchip's RKNano series.
20:27:41speachyneither can run rockbox, at least not without cutting out most of the features folks expect and completely redoing the internal architecure along the way
21:12:45 Quit Saijin_Naib_ (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
21:13:05 Join Saijin_Naib [0] (
21:47:14_bilgusso like not really worth it on our end but maybe someone else might
21:47:23_bilgusdoubtful though
21:50:15 Quit cockroach (Quit: leaving)
21:52:12fs-bluebot_Build Server message: New build round started. Revision 489a5f3ff7, 298 builds, 7 clients.
22:13:52fs-bluebot_Build Server message: Build round completed after 1300 seconds.
22:13:56fs-bluebot_Build Server message: Revision 489a5f3ff7 result: 0 errors 62 warnings
22:17:48speachy_bilgus: we almost had a clean board. :/
22:23:30***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
22:47:53_bilgusahh haha
22:48:15_bilgusI was looking at that code earlier like well its workjing so it must be right
22:48:42_bilgusI have another commit I'm gonna add to that I'll fix it too
22:59:26 Quit ac_laptop (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
23:14:46fs-bluebot_Build Server message: New build round started. Revision 9b2f23319c, 298 builds, 7 clients.
23:16:32 Quit saratoga (Quit: Connection closed)
23:21:01 Quit aevin (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
23:21:11 Join aevin [0] (eivindsy@unaffiliated/aevin)
23:29:09fs-bluebot_Build Server message: Build round completed after 863 seconds.
23:29:13fs-bluebot_Build Server message: Revision 9b2f23319c result: All green

Previous day | Next day