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post #391 of 1288
For the plugins: didn't you take my keymaps from gerrit to make them all work as base?
post #392 of 1288
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Originally Posted by cholero View Post

For the plugins: didn't you take my keymaps from gerrit to make them all work as base?

 

Different plugins seems to have different issues not just the keymap. Did you need to define plugins in the SUBDIR files?

post #393 of 1288
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Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post
 

2. random folder advance config will only read the /mnt/external_sd partition. It should generate the folder list quickly and will automatically be loaded when you select "play shuffled"

As far as I know, this plugin gathers data for Auto-Change Directory: Auto option which plays random folder when there is nothing more to play in current folder. I am not sure if you said the same thing.

This option has super powers when Resume Playback on power on function is enabled: you can control your DX90 without taking it out of the pocket or bag. Something like iPod Shuffle mode, but with full albums :)

post #394 of 1288
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Originally Posted by napka View Post
 

As far as I know, this plugin gathers data for Auto-Change Directory: Auto option which plays random folder when there is nothing more to play in current folder. I am not sure if you said the same thing.

This option has super powers when Resume Playback on power on function is enabled: you can control your DX90 without taking it out of the pocket or bag. Something like iPod Shuffle mode, but with full albums :)

 

I think I understand it as you described it. "shuffle mode in full album" instead of individual tracks. I too listen one album at a time and this feature is indeed powerful. Restricting this feature to read only the /mnt/external_sd folder means it will only pick up music files. The default was to read starting at root (/) which will include non music files.

 

I enabled all auto option and it appears to be working fine. Anyway you'll get to test it once I completed the new build.

post #395 of 1288
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Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post

Different plugins seems to have different issues not just the keymap. Did you need to define plugins in the SUBDIR files?
Every plugin has its own style. Some are in subdirs, some keymaps are in a .h some in a .c file. See all files on my gerrit patch in the subfolder apps/plugins
post #396 of 1288

Guys does it run as DAC on osx?

 

I tried for the first time (first booted as mano) but couldnt get it done. Osx does not see anything when I connect as dac. I know that because I am using AudioSwitcher and options didn't change after plugging to the mba.


Edited by Tamirci - 9/12/14 at 3:18am
post #397 of 1288
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Originally Posted by Tamirci View Post
 

Guys does it run as DAC on osx?

 

I tried for the first time (first booted as mano) but couldnt get it done. Osx does not see anything when I connect as dac. I know that because I am using AudioSwitcher and options didn't change after plugging to the mba.

Unfortunately the DAC driver isn't available for OSX and iBasso doesn't seem to be working on it.

 

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Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post
 

Just a preview of what will be fixed in the next build.

 

1. "Gather Runtime Data" when set to yes in the database setting no longer goes to "PANIC stkov" error screen and crash the Linux Kernel. Runtime statistics are now saved in the database.

 

2. random folder advance config will only read the /mnt/external_sd partition. It should generate the folder list quickly and will automatically be loaded when you select "play shuffled"

 

3. Couple more plugins are now working.

 

4. Some minor enhancements and bug fixes.

 

Looking better with each new release. Great job!

post #398 of 1288
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Originally Posted by pegasus21 View Post
 

Unfortunately the DAC driver isn't available for OSX and iBasso doesn't seem to be working on it.

 

That's what they told me a month ago:

 

"We are now trying to develop the USB-DAC driver for Mac.  But we are still not sure if we can complete it."

post #399 of 1288
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New build now available

 

Link to Mega

Rockbox_DX90_0_4_4.zip

 

Link to Google Drive

Rockbox_DX90_0_4_4.zip

 

 

Change log

 

13/09/2014 - Enabling “Gather Runtime Data” from Settings -> General Settings -> Database no longer goes to “PANIC stkov” screen and crash the Linux Kernel. Playback runtime statistics are now saved in the database.
                   - “Load to RAM” added in Settings -> General Settings -> Database. Setting this option to “yes” allows rockbox to cache database to RAM which makes database navigation and search faster.
                   - random folder advance config plugin was modified to scan only “/mnt/external_sd”. Generating this file should be quick now and only contains music folders. Activating “Auto-Change Directory” to automatically shuffle by album should be ok now.
                   - Audioscrobbler (Last.fm log) is now saved in rockbox folder. Once activated (Settings -> Playback settings -> Last.fm log) it will save the file “scrobbler-timeless.log” in /sdcard/rockbox.
                   - Fixed a bug with “backlight on hold” option “Buttons disabled, Backlight On”. When switched to hold position, it does not reset the backlight timeout which turns off backlight when the backlight timeout elapsed.
                  - Plugins added
                            * Oscilloscope
                            * VU_meter


Edited by headwhacker - 9/12/14 at 11:13am
post #400 of 1288

I just installed Rockbox_DX90_0_4_4.zip.

 

The coaxial digital output works when the player is on batteries but not on AC power. However, the headphone analog out works when the player is on batteries or AC power.

 

Does anybody here have a clue?

 

Thanks

post #401 of 1288
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Originally Posted by bpfiguer View Post
 

I just installed Rockbox_DX90_0_4_4.zip.

 

The coaxial digital output works when the player is on batteries but not on AC power. However, the headphone analog out works when the player is on batteries or AC power.

 

Does anybody here have a clue?

 

Thanks

 

I assume when you say on AC you use a USB wall charger connected to DX90. It should work. I tried it myself. Coax connected to UHA-6S amp while DX90 is charging via USB.. There must be something wrong with your setup. 

post #402 of 1288
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Originally Posted by bpfiguer View Post
 

I just installed Rockbox_DX90_0_4_4.zip.

 

The coaxial digital output works when the player is on batteries but not on AC power. However, the headphone analog out works when the player is on batteries or AC power.

 

Does anybody here have a clue?

 

Thanks

 

Problem solved:

The coaxial digital output does not work when the player is being charged with the AC/USB charger purchased here (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LXG6RZ2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) . The Anker 18W 3.6A Wall Charger works fine http://www.amazon.com/Anker%C2%AE-Dual-Port-Charger-Portable-Travel/dp/B00B8L36A6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1410663328&sr=8-1&keywords=Anker%C2%AE+18W+3.6A+Wall+Charger

post #403 of 1288

Folders displayed under Rockbox.

 

When I select “Files” under Rockbox I get the following folders:

acct, cache, config, d, data, dev, etc, mnt, proc, res, root, sbin, sdcard, storage, sys, system, and vendor

 

The internal music files are located on the folder path sdcard\my music files while the external music files (micro SD card) on the folder path mnt\external_sd\my music files.

 

Does anybody know a way for a quickest access to the music files?

 

Does anybody know a way to hide all the folders (except the ones containing music files) described below?

 

Thank you


Edited by bpfiguer - 9/14/14 at 8:51am
post #404 of 1288
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Originally Posted by bpfiguer View Post
 

Folders displayed under Rockbox.

 

When I select “Files” under Rockbox I get the following folders:

acct, cache, config, d, data, dev, etc, mnt, proc, res, root, sbin, sdcard, storage, sys, system, and vendor

 

The internal music files are located on the folder path sdcard\my music files while the external music files (micro SD card) on the folder path mnt\external_sd\my music files.

 

Does anybody know a way for a quickest access to the music files?

 

Does anybody know a way to hide all the folders (except the ones containing music files) described below?

 

Thank you

 

You can do any of the following for quickly browsing music files.

 

1. Generate and use the Database.

 

2. From the files browser go to /mnt/external_sd. Press and hold on "external_sd" on the touch screen until you see the context menu. Select "Start File Browser Here".

 

2.1 Alternatively, from the context menu you can also use "Add to Shortcuts" . A link will be created in the Shortcuts folder from the main menu. You can have multiple shortcuts that points to different folders of your choosing.

post #405 of 1288
Hi. I'm up to date with your last FW. There's an issue sometimes: I'm earing music and suddenly there's an horrible noise instead at the maximum volume that makes me and my ie800 crazy !
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