[Nottingham] Doom on your personal media player?

Rory Holland rory at linux.com
Thu Sep 8 08:52:15 UTC 2011

Crickey I remember playing this on my iPod Video!

On 8 September 2011 09:49, Jason Irwin <jasonirwin73 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Why, yes.
> How? I hear you ask.
> Quite easy, says I; the power of Rockbox http://www.rockbox.org/
> And it's not just Open, it's Free.
> Rockbox is an alternative firmware for a whole host of devices and is
> relatively trivial to install (heck, I can do it).  Just read the
> instructions first.
> It adds support for OGG etc, although there can still be some
> limitations imposed by device hardware.
> It comes with some games and whilst simple, they are fun enough.  Ones
> such as Doom require extra ROM images/WAD files to be downloaded.
> Note: There is a niggle with the 3.9 series on some devices (e.g. Sansa
> E280) which causes it to drop USB, the 3.8 series is more stable in that
> regard.
> --
> Jason Irwin
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