Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: rockbox_flash.rock?
From: Neon John <jgd_at_johngsbbq.com>
Yes, I can verify that this runs smoothly. It took me half an hour to
Here is the procedure I used.
Get the 2.5 release and unzip to the Recorder.
Get bootbox_rec.zip and unzip it in the root of the recorder.
ROLO or F1-boot to a RAM image of rockbox.
Go to .rockbox/rocks and play firmware_flash.rock
Let it execute.
Go to .rockbox and play rombox.ucl.
Let it execute.
Delete the .bins in the root and the .ucl's if desired. Keep the
---- I have to say guys that this is one slick setup. The more I use my Recorder the more I love it. It gets 6-8 hours' use every day. The execute-in-ROM version is excellent. Thanks again, John On Fri, 23 Sep 2005 10:00:20 +0200 (MEST), "[IDC]Dragon" <email@example.com> wrote: >Unzip v2.5 *completely* to your box, with the full .rockbox subdir. Unzip >the bootbox files into the root of your box. Start rockbox v2.5: if you have >flashed Rockbox already either by holding F1 when powering up, or by >"playing" the ajbrec.ajz file. If you never flashed, just power on. > >Run "firmware_flash.rock" to burn BootBox. > >You then need to bring v2.5 into the second part of the flash. (This step is >only interim, because the bootbox image contains a version which is a few >weeks old. I'm gonna update them to either also contain v2.5, or no second >image at all.) >Play the .ucl file of your choice, in the .rockbox directory. I recommend >"rombox.ucl", in fact we may drop supporting the other one. > >Jörg > > >> How did you install bootbox? I can't get any of the ucl or >> firmware_flash.rock (or any other .rock for that matter) to run. >> Everything >> says Incompatible Version. I've just downloaded 2.5 and bootbox for my >> jbr20 >> v1. --- John De Armond See my website for my current email address http://www.johngsbbq.com Cleveland, Occupied TNReceived on Fri Sep 23 19:44:20 2005
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