Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: rockbox installation
Re: rockbox installation
From: Rocker <rocker_at_shaw.ca>
Date: Thu, 06 Nov 2003 20:37:22 -0700
You are exactly right...
The Archos resumed where I left off last...
That's all I would need provided I just wanted to read a book straight
through but what if I want to start a talking book then listen to some mp3
music? Then I would not be able to resume reading the talking book where I
last left off?
Anyway, I understand that the book marking feature is not included with the
latest talkbox patch which if I can get working I would prefer to have
running. This all very new to me so I need to take baby steps so I don't
destroy my Archos before enjoying it.
Thanks for your help and support. You have been very encouraging.,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Garrett Derner" <GaryD_at_AdFreeInternet.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 2:42 AM
Subject: Re: rockbox installation
> Hey Keith,
> Progress! So you installed a version of Rockbox.
> If you drag the bookmarking version of ajbrec.ajz onto the Archos root
> directory, you can overwrite the daily-build version you have there.
> Before you do that, consider whether the version you already installed
> be good enough. Suppose you shut off Rockbox in the middle of listening
> an MP3. The next time you turn the unit on, wait for it to start up, then
> hit the Play button. The file will continue from where you left off.
> That is sort of like bookmarking, and it is a feature of the daily build
> already installed.
> The only thing it will not do, that bookmarking will do, is save your
> in more than one MP3. So if you are the kind of reader that likes to skip
> around and have more than one book open at a time, then you will like the
> bookmarking version. The bookmarking version will save your place in
> several MP3s. The standard version will save your place only in the MP3
> were listening to most recently.
> For bookmarking, it sounds like you downloaded the right file
> (bookmarks-latest.zip). I downloaded that file just a few hours ago, and
> there is an fmrecorder directory in it. It appears in the zip window just
> two lines above that bookmarks.txt file. In the fmrecorder directory are
> two files; one of them is ajbrec.ajz.
Received on 2003-11-07