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> Xmms And Pdaxtrom, Great package - xmms a daft question ?
prahs
post Aug 31 2006, 12:05 AM
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Firstly, and as many others have said, thanks to meanie for a great package - so far all seems good, except for one problem....

I can run xmms fine and listen to music, BUT when i try to change the graphic equalizer, for example the pre-amp and bass adjustments, the xmms application closes immediately with no warnings or errors displayed.

Has anyone else experienced this ?
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Cresho
post Aug 31 2006, 01:36 AM
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yep. same here.
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matrix200
post Sep 1 2006, 07:28 AM
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QUOTE(Cresho @ Aug 31 2006, 01:36 AM)
yep.  same here.
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Really pity if you ask me.
I think it would add a great value to Z if it had at least some music player with eq.
Is there any possible way I could get the source codes for the xmms for the Z?
Maybe I would figure out something by looking at the code.
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post Sep 1 2006, 08:38 AM
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aren't the sources at xmms.org?
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matrix200
post Sep 3 2006, 07:16 AM
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Thanks for the tip adf.
I downloaded the sources of the the version 1.2.10.
The error message that is shown when trying to move a slider for example is a problem with malloc.
It says it tried to allocate -103 bytes which is a problem.
Does anybody know if the sources are the same?
If there are special sources for the Z version where can I got those or what is different?
I will try to figure out how to setup a cross compiler on my linux machine and will try to add some debug prints to all the mallocs that are located in the eq*.c files.
I guess maybe somewhere some sizeof is not working right and returns the wrong number for the malloc.
Maybe someone would want to join?
I am not that good C programmer wink.gif
My only experience until now was programming for my Bsc degree for operating systems course which took place a few years ago.
I also wonder about the g types like gfloat if those are supported right on the Z.
In general I understand those should be just typedefs from regular C types but still.
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post Sep 3 2006, 08:28 AM
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QUOTE(matrix200 @ Sep 3 2006, 11:16 AM)
Thanks for the tip adf.
I downloaded the sources of the the version 1.2.10.
The error message that is shown when trying to move a slider for example is a problem with malloc.
It says it tried to allocate -103 bytes which is a problem.
Does anybody know if the sources are the same?
If there are special sources for the Z version where can I got those or what is different?
I will try to figure out how to setup a cross compiler on my linux machine and will try to add some debug prints to all the mallocs that are located in the eq*.c files.
I guess maybe somewhere some sizeof is not working right and returns the wrong number for the malloc.
Maybe someone would want to join?
I am not that good C programmer wink.gif
My only experience until now was programming for my Bsc degree for operating systems course which took place a few years ago.
I also wonder about the g types like gfloat if those are supported right on the Z.
In general I understand those should be just typedefs from regular C types but still.
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If it was me, I would just setup a development environment on the Zaurus. That
way you could also learn C when away from your desktop. And, you could immediately
run the version you compile to debug it. I have never tried to compile xmms myself, so
I might be giving you a recipe for a headache, as I do not the depencies of xmms.
Anyway, I'd wait for a few other folks to comment before setting out to compile xmms,
but installing gcc and the gcc-headers, or using the .img loop-device file is pretty easy,
but gcc-headers takes a long time to install, since it provides many include files for
many APIs.

John
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