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Subject: Re: Updating Rockbox

Re: Updating Rockbox

From: Barry Wardell <>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 09:26:56 +0100

On 5/31/07, Daniel Stenberg <> wrote:
> My guess: you have an older bootloader that loads the rockbox image from the
> root directory primarly, while recent Rockbox zip packages have moved that
> image into the .rockbox directory - and that's where recent bootloaders look
> for it first.
I'd guess an old bootloader too. It's probably loading the old style
rockbox.h10 file instead of the newer rockbox.mi4. Delete the
rockbox.h10 file from both the root directory and from inside the
.rockbox directory if it's there too. You should still have a
rockbox.mi4 file inside the rockbox directory. If the bootloader
complains about not being able to find rockbox.h10 the next time you
power on, then you need to download an up-to-date bootloader from
and put it in your System directory, replacing the old bootloader that's there.
Received on 2007-05-31

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