Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Alarm function on H320
Re: Alarm function on H320
From: victor rajewski <askvictor_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2007 01:24:54 +1100
I wrote an updated plugin (I think the one in the norbusan build - I
use kosh's so I don't really know) which is a slight upgrade on the
orignial alarm plugin: http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/6044
It worked when I compiled the lot from source. The way to use it is
you set the machine playing some music, then pause it, then start the
plugin. It will resume playing when the alarm ticks over (with
optional volume ramp-up).
I don't use it atm (lost interest and need for it a little while
back), and haven't really tested it much, so try it with a 'real'
alarm backup at least the first few times to make sure you wake up (I
was planning on using the ramp-up feature to gently wake me up over
half an hour, then a seperate 'real' alarm at the time I really need
to be up).
True alarm functionality was being implemented in the kernel while I
was writing this plugin, so I thought I'd wait till that was done
before continuing this further - any word on this, anyone?
On 1/19/07, David Uthmann <david.uthmann_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I have recently begun to need an alarm to wake me in the morning. I would
> like to use my Rockboxed H320, if possible. I see an alarm plugin, but it
> doesn't seem to do any thing, except error out. I tried to look it up in the
> manual and Wiki, but don't see any references to it.
> Does the Alarm plugin work? Any ideas what might be going wrong for me?
> Selecting Alarm brings up a white screen with the words "Play a Song" in the
> middle. After about 2 seconds, I get the message "Plugin returned error",
> and am kicked back to the plugin menu. I have tried hitting keys at random
> after selecting the plugin, but nothing seems to make a difference.
> FWIW, I am currently running an old Norbusan build (061009-1334) (mostly
> because I ran out of space on the H320, and added a Toshiba Gigabeat S
> 60GB). If I need to update my build, I'd be happy to do so, but I still
> didn't see instructions.
Received on 2007-01-19