Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: no mac users?
Re: no mac users?
From: john hudak <jhudak_at_pobox.com>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 12:18:07 -0400
howdy folks. i returned the jukebox today to best buy. it turns out
it was the last one...i think i might have been tempted to exchange
if there had been another. maybe i'm better off...
i found this information about the archos 6gb player and the mac os,
which still seems relevant:
i tried using the jukebox on my imac with osx 10.2.5, and was finally
able to put rockbox onto it...but after one use, the imac/osx refused
to boot it ever again...and the rockbox software disappeared.
perhaps the fat32 got corrupted somehow? strange that it still kept
on showing up as a 20gig drive on os9.2.2...but i would have rather
it worked that i could record to the jukebox and transfer the files
directly to my computer.
ah well, you lucky pc/linux users have it good. maybe someday, the
ipod will get an audio interface...
>john hudak wrote:
>> i copy mp3 files
>> into the folder of the jukebox disk icon on my desktop, but they
>> don't show up in the file system on the jukebox for playing. i have
>> made multiple folders, with different names...tried putting the mp3s
>> in these folders...but the folders don't show. it is the same thing
>> with the "ajbrec.ajz"...i copy it onto the drive, but it doesn't do
>That sounds very strange. Do you have access to a PC somewhere that
>you can plug it into and see if the filenames are somehow seen
>differently on the pc than on your mac?
>> i'm assuming that the file/directory system on the jukebox
> > is pc or unix based?
>It's plain old FAT32. The operating system should not matter.
-- john hudak jhudak_at_pobox.com http://www.johnhudak.netReceived on 2003-04-24