I must again appoligize for this problem! rioutil purposefully does not
display wma files that have been uploaded by win software since i still
can't seem to get wma uploads to work. For 1.0 I will remove this since
there have been numbers of people thinking this is a bug :p. For now if
you stick to mp3s you should have no problems.
On Thu, 13 Sep 2001, Luca Ceresoli wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just bought my Rio800 with 128 MB, downloaded rioutil 0.7.1 and tried
> it, but I obtain the following result:
> # /usr/local/bin/rioutil -l
> Memory unit 0:
> id No d | Artist | Title Name mm:ss Size SR BR
> 09 10 1 | | preferences.bin | 0:00 16 0.000000
> 17 18 1 | | Bookmarks bookmarks.bin | 0:00 16 0.000000
> (I just adjusted the column width)
> The fact is, the memory is NOT empty: it contains 22 files I loaded on
> the Rio with that ugly windoze software (sorry, I didn't know about this
> project yet... seems it's well hidden from search engines!).
> Note that if the Rio is not connected, I get the "No rio found" message,
> so something seems to be working.
> I built the software using:
> ./configure --with-usbdevfs
> make install
> The configure script complained about the absence of id3lib, but I
> suppose this does not stop the rest of the system from working!
> I used --with-usbdevfs just as a try: in fact without that option it did
> not compile, complaining the following way:
> make: *** No rule to make target `driver_standard.c', needed by
> `driver_standard.lo'. Stop.
> make: Leaving directory `/root/tmp/rioutil-0.7.1/librioutil'
> I admit I have no idea about how the USB support works under Linux, so
> maybe I made some mistake... here are a few commands that may help, just
> ask me for additional diagnostic.
> $ find /lib/modules -iname "*usb*"
> $ ll /dev/usb/rio*
> crw-r--r-- 1 root root 180, 64 Sep 12 21:24 /dev/usb/rio0
> I attach in a .gz file the result of the command
> # /usr/local/bin/rioutil -e 1 -l
> My system is: Mandrake 8.0, Acer TM350TE notebook with Intel PIII
> 650. No USB toys apart for the Rio800.