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Hello all, I am having trouble with uploading via pipes. The following is under both 1.4.4 and cvs.
if I do
cat test.mp3 | rioutil -p 1 test.mp3 96000 44100
--- SIGPIPE (Broken pipe) @ 0 (0) ---
+++ killed by SIGPIPE +++
in the strace. I don't know much about "broken pipes", i thought maybe it was writing to the usb bus too fast and not buffering. I whipped up a script to loop(read 1 byte of the file, stdout it, and wait .1 seconds). Same problem.
My S10 is plugged in and -a with the same file works fine, just not when sent through stdin.
I would be content with regular upload behavior, but I am trying to integrate this into some python that chooses random files and reencodes them to a lower bitrate and pipes the output to the rio (256Kbps is too much for my 64MB player). This is much simpler with the pipe behavior.
A couple other things about rioutil:
-Is there any way to delete all songs with rioutil?
-d 'range' is cumbersome if you just want to get rid of all of them.
-CVS does not seem to build correctly for me. Make completes with no errors, but it does not create any shared libraries, just .a's
-Because of that, I had to modify the debian/build-dpkg.sh script to get it to work on my box, since many of the libraries it was looking for were non-existant.
But thank you so much for getting my rio working under linux!
again, does anyone have uploading through a pipe working with rioutil/an S10? Or an idea about why this would result in a 'broken pipe'?