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#291
Originally Posted by n900-dk View Post
How to exit rockbox?
Is it possible to run the app in non-fullscreen?
Ctrl-backspace and then press the X, You can't run it in non FS yet.
 

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#292
Love this port. I've been a user of RB ever since it's inception abck when I had an Archos!

Having recently bought an n900 (yes, late to the party!) I was really pleased to see RB on it!

Just wondering if the plugins could work on this port? How easy is it to setup a build environment for this?

Cheers for any help, advice here :-)

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#293
Originally Posted by miner49er View Post
Just wondering if the plugins could work on this port? How easy is it to setup a build environment for this?
You need a working n900 dev environment (scratchbox and friends).

Instructions for building are on this page:
http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/MaemoPort

HTH,
Thomas
 
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#294
Any progress with the phone hangup fix, Thomas?
 
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#295
Originally Posted by Wasmachinemann-NL View Post
Any progress with the phone hangup fix, Thomas?
I'm currently not actively working on the n900 related code base, it does all I need for now. (ok, non-FS mode would be nice, but that's on my low-priority list).

When there's going to be an official rockbox 3.14 release, I'm going to port and test it of course
 

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#296
Originally Posted by thomasjfox View Post
I'm currently not actively working on the n900 related code base, it does all I need for now. (ok, non-FS mode would be nice, but that's on my low-priority list).

When there's going to be an official rockbox 3.14 release, I'm going to port and test it of course
I have a strange bug with RB, btw: If I pause a track for more than 5 seconds, Rockbox crashes? This came after a CSSU update by the way.
 
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#297
Originally Posted by Wasmachinemann-NL View Post
I have a strange bug with RB, btw: If I pause a track for more than 5 seconds, Rockbox crashes? This came after a CSSU update by the way.
I suppose you are in Thumb, right? For me it also crashes in cssu thumb, but not in cssu testing.
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Originally Posted by RiD View Post
I suppose you are in Thumb, right? For me it also crashes in cssu thumb, but not in cssu testing.
May I have a backtrace of the crash, or instructions on how to reproduce it(keep in mind I've never used rockbox, so newbie how-to-make-it-crash is needed )?
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Originally Posted by freemangordon View Post
May I have a backtrace of the crash, or instructions on how to reproduce it(keep in mind I've never used rockbox, so newbie how-to-make-it-crash is needed )?
I can only give you steps to reproduce it (sorry): here they are:

1 - Open rockbox
2 - Long click Files, then select Show Files, and choose All (this is so you can see the hidden folders, .sounds, etc)
3 - Start any song, and let it play for a few seconds.
4 - Click in the pause button, wait about 5 seconds or so and then click in the same button. It should crash. That works most of the time

Now, not related to that issue at all but if you want to use the player regularly, I recommend you to go to Settings - Sound Settings - Timestretch - and then select Yes. This prevents the music from stalling randomly until you close rockbox (trrrrrrrrr-like sound, lol)
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Originally Posted by RiD View Post
I can only give you steps to reproduce it (sorry): here they are:

1 - Open rockbox
2 - Long click Files, then select Show Files, and choose All (this is so you can see the hidden folders, .sounds, etc)
3 - Start any song, and let it play for a few seconds.
4 - Click in the pause button, wait about 5 seconds or so and then click in the same button. It should crash. That works most of the time

Now, not related to that issue at all but if you want to use the player regularly, I recommend you to go to Settings - Sound Settings - Timestretch - and then select Yes. This prevents the music from stalling randomly until you close rockbox (trrrrrrrrr-like sound, lol)
Timestrech is always on here because of my heavy Pitch function usage, I always +0,5 songs to make them sound like PAL versions or make them sound nicer, Brave Little Toaster's soundtrack is in NTSC, but if you up it like above it sounds like the PAL version.

Oh, and it doesn't make a trrrrr sound at all here, and i'm in CSSU-Thumb.
 

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