Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE : Regarding the recent recording PANIC's
RE : Regarding the recent recording PANIC's
From: SeeSchloß <SeeSchloss_at_9online.fr>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 18:50:43 +0200
> This is not a bug. Every long name must have a corresponding
> short name. All files Rockbox creates have long names (since
> short names can't contain lowercase), and a shortname as
> mandated by the fat specification.
But short names should have the same extension as the long name...
For example I renamed a directory with Rockbox into "Q", Windows and the
Archos both show "Q", but its dos filename is "Q.A41" (whereas folders
created with Windows or DOS do not have this extension). The dos name of
".queue_file" is "QUEUE_FI.57A".
My "défaut.cfg" is "défaut.AC5". This file shows everywhere as
"défaut.cfg", but is inaccessible from Windows and DOS as "défaut.cfg"
(File doesn't exist), although it is accessible as "défaut.AC5".
> It sounds odd that Scandisk and Norton complains about this.
> Can you give more details?
Chkdsk didn't found any error on mine.
Oh and using DirectorySnoop I found two files, erased a few days before
I got my Archos : AJBREC.AJZ and AJBREC.EJZ (156KB and 130KB), do you
know what they could be, especially AJBREC.EJZ ? (and none of them are
bootable, they could have been damaged)
"When the rich make war it's the poor that die." - Jean-Paul Sartre
Received on 2003-04-24