Subject: Re: IPod Shuffle (second generation) -- any success with NetBSD?
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Date: 12/26/2006 11:49:30
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Brett Lymn wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 25, 2006 at 06:24:07PM -0800, Brian Buhrow wrote:
>> 	I'm reasonably sure these two anomolies are related, and have
>> something to do with the way the NetBSD USB stack is probing the device,
>> but I'm unclear how to proceed in terms of the most efficient way to debug
>> the problem.  Should I just turn on USB_DEBUG and see what happens?  
> Yes, that would probably be a good start.
>> If it's any help, trying to write to the device, i.e. with  fdisk, causes
>> the writing process to hang in physio. 
> If it is any help, that is not how you load music onto the devices
> anyway.  To load up the devices with music you need to use something
> like gtkpod which I don't think is in pkgsrc (it wasn't when I last
> looked) but all the dependencies it requires are there so there is not
> much fiddling involved to get it running.  I was able to load up one
> of the "old" 512Mb shuffles with NetBSD and gtkpod.
AFAIK gtkpod is in pkgsrc now.
I'm using ipod mini with netbsd and it works very well.But it's not ipod shuffle
 second generation :D.

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