Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: multivolume for harddisk models, too?
Re: multivolume for harddisk models, too?
From: karl 'the_angry_angel' southern <the_angry_angel_at_blueyonder.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 06 Jan 2005 09:50:21 +0000
I'm all for this idea its great :thumbsup:
>A very special application would be a home HD player from a scrapped Archos,
>with 2 disk drives, or a Compact Flash slot. This would require a little
>addition to the ATA driver, treating the drive# parameter for a master/slave
>decision. Right now only the MMC driver supports 2 drives.
Now this, I'm interested in. I've been thinking about doing something
similar for parties, and so-on - but ive never really had the time to do
anything about it. My main question is - would it be possible for an
altered jukebox (studio / 6000 / recorder) to beable to have 2 drives,
where a total disk capacity exceeds 100GB (which afaik is the jukebox
limit)? Or is it a limitation on the hardware? I've not had a chance to
delve very deeply into the source before, so I apologise if this is an
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