Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Newbie needs help, help, help!!
Re: Newbie needs help, help, help!!
From: Joseph Lord <jlord40_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2004 18:48:56 -0500
rockbox is for language and configuration files *.mod or *.ajz belong in the root directory not the rockbox directory
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeffrey Bloom
Sent: Sunday, January 18, 2004 6:01 PM
Subject: Re: Newbie needs help, help, help!!
I reinstalled and do have a folder called .rockbox (with the dot). I also have the ABREC.AJC but it has an X next to it. Still however, when I try to play one of the MP3 files (and there are only 3 on the archos), I get "playlist buffer full". FYI my info shows buffer 1.412 3MB,6h,17m with my disk at 18.60B with 18.50B free. So I am still at square one???
svante t <svante_at_demonbox.com> wrote:
You probably have a PDF-viewer of some kind on your computer (most
machines have Acrobat Reader). Download and open the Rockbox Manual:
The below part is all information you need to get going:
>2 INSTALLING THE FIRMWARE
>To install Rockbox, unzip the firmware file to the root folder (the
>topmost folder) of your Jukebox. When your Jukebox powers on, it
>loads the Archos firmware in ROM, which automatically checks your
>Jukebox hard disk's root folder for a file named archos.mod (on the
>player version) or ajbrec.ajz (on the recorder version).
If you've passed this stage and boot with a Rockbox screen, maybe
your problem is that you dont have a folder called .rockbox with a
dot in the beginning. That dot is important!!
Copy the whole structure of the ! zip file you downloaded to your
Archos and you dont need to create it yourself.
Or open a command prompt and type: mkdir j:\.rockbox (if j: is your
All of this information is available on the Rockbox website.
But I do think we should have a really clear text file maybe in the
zips called INSTALLATION or something like that so that noone can
>Just got a 20 jukebox recorder black bumpers. I believe version 1
>although I cant tell for sure.
>anyway, when I download the latest release for rockbox, and I try to
>play a mp3 file, it tells me playlist buffer full
>I do have a "folder" named rockbox . I am a computer newbie and
>not sure where to go from here.
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Received on 2004-01-19