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#21
OMG!!Don't let me see that!

Why dingux can do whlie mameo not?

And, I just need a player can support the GME format, or better in .7z files.
Do you have the version?
 
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#22
Can you upload a sample file, will check if it works in .99, as to 7z, this is introduced in 1.12, so best you can do is extract those and zip them as .zip is supported.
 
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#23
http://depositfiles.com/files/ijr58q3ud

OK these are the certain kind format files that what I want,please test and I'm still waitng
 
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#24
.nsf - works
.psf - unplayable
.hes - works
.gbs - works
.kss - works
.vgz - unplayable

Did not show up in the filelist:
.minipsf2
.mid
.minigsf
.psf2lib
.rsn

 
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#25
Just as I think.

.vgz should be a .vgm zip file, .rsn should be a .spc rar file, you can unzip them to have a test.

And , Will you show me a playable version?
 
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#26
Good news, got the latest version running. Might be dangerous as it had some overclocking code in it, doubt it would work on N900, crash much more likely, but just in case tried to comment it out.

You'll need those libs (possibly more, it will cry lack of <libname>.so.x files, all should be in the repos):

sudo apt-get install libid3tag0 libogg0

Next step, newer libstdc++. You'll need 3 packages from Aapo's work on gcc 4.6 (all debs for this here: http://cc.oulu.fi/~rantalai/fremantle)

http://cc.oulu.fi/~rantalai/fremantl...emo4_armel.deb
http://cc.oulu.fi/~rantalai/fremantl...emo4_armel.deb
http://cc.oulu.fi/~rantalai/fremantl...emo4_armel.deb

Install them with dpkg. You should now be able to run oldplayer with:
./oldplay
from the unpacked directory (needs ext2/3 partition like /home/user for example).

Issues known:
.mid don't work (no idea why, libtimidity plugin compiles fine)
No info about current song displayed
FF somewhat buggy
...many more most likely

Tested on different formats and almost all work. zip/rar/7z compression supported.

Keys:

key_actions[SDLK_LEFT] = REW;
key_actions[SDLK_RIGHT] = FF;
key_actions[SDLK_UP] = UP;
key_actions[SDLK_DOWN] = DOWN;
key_actions[','] = VOLUP;
key_actions['.'] = VOLDOWN;
key_actions['a'] = PGUP;
key_actions['z'] = PGDOWN;
key_actions[SDLK_KP_ENTER] = ENTER;
key_actions[SDLK_BACKSPACE] = BACK;
key_actions['q'] = QUIT;
key_actions['d'] = DELETE;
key_actions['r'] = REPEAT;
key_actions['s'] = SHUFFLE;
key_actions[' '] = PAUSE;
key_actions['p'] = PREV;
key_actions['n'] = NEXT;
key_actions['l'] = PLISTADD;
key_actions['i'] = PLAYLIST;

Oldplayer:
http://depositfiles.com/files/8e3wlpxxu
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#27
I have installed all the .deb successfully, and unpacked the oldplay.tar.gz to be a 'player' folder, set it into /home/user, then I get in /home/user/player,
./oldplay
and then
/bin/sh: ./oldplay: Permission denied

what wrong?
 
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#28
OK I got it run.

And why does it play slowly and sound bad quality even overclocking 805Mhz?

On A320 dingux, only 336Mhz plays more smoothly
 
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#29
As I see in xt
MusicPlayer:laysong - rc =0,-1 msec, 2 chn, 44100 Hz @150Mhz??
 
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#30
As I see in xt
MusicPlayer:laysong - rc =0,-1 msec, 2 chn, 44100 Hz @150Mhz??
 
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