Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: new bug ?!
Re: new bug ?!
From: Chris Hoekstra <chris_hoekstra_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 18:16:12 -0600
I believe I know what this error is for. I came across this error a few
days ago, and after looking at the documentation for the decoder/encoder
chip, I deduced it was from trying to play an usupported bitrate.
In my case, I was trying to play a 320kbit file whereas my recorder only
supports up to 256 decoding. (I could be wrong on the abilities since
the documentation was unclear and only the encoding was explicitly stated)
This error, is the only thing on the screen, besides the status bar, the
red light blinks steady 1 second on, 1 second off, and the unit is
hung. Only a poweroff and a power back on works.
I assume this is coming from the chip itself and not the OS? Perhaps if
it can be intercepted there would be a way to prevent hanging and/or
even a more descriptive error message.
Again, this is my speculation. I am not involved with *this*
development effort and have not looked at much of the source code, so I
can't say for sure.
And of course this is repeatable, I can provide a file that causes this,
and I am using cvs build 030311.
Andreas Heinz wrote:
>>>i'm using rockbox since beginning of octobre. since then there have been
>>>many bugs with IOX:CPUADRE.... this didnt show up a long time now. but
>>>yesterday it happened again showing: IO9:CPUAdrE at 0000000D
>>>i'm using daily build of yesterday and today, everything the same. jukebox
>>>6000 full charged batteries. it happens while playing music and pressing
>>>next to skip to the next song.
>DS> Which version of Rockbox was this?
>daily build of 12 of march and 13 of march
>DS> Any particular kind of music files where this happens more often?
>i'm not sure if this is a thing of playlists. it happend always at the
>same position. there was playing n sync and i wanted to skip to the
>next, every time it crashed. even when it tried to skip cause of end
>of the nsync song it crashed. now i've tried creating a new playlist
>to avoid a missing song or maybe something like this. i dont think
>this has something to do with the mp3
Received on 2003-03-14