[mythtv-users] IR Transmitter
Michael T. Dean
mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Wed Apr 7 13:11:38 EDT 2004
> Michael T. Dean wrote:
>> (and, probably, since the ATI Remote Wonder requires a kernel module
>> and specifying "any" for LIRC module types during compilation does
>> not build any kernel modules, probably even two separate
>> "installations" of LIRC).
> That shouldn't be needed :)
> The latest docs (docs/html/technical.html) say:
> Note for packagers
> If you want to make a binary package for lirc (.deb, .rpm, ...),
> there are a couple of goodies you can take advantage of:
> Builds support for as many devices as possible on a single lircd
> binary. Note that for some devices kernel support is required, and
> when using <em>any</em> driver, no kernel modules will be built
> automatically, so you will have to build them explicitly.
> so build a single lircd with 'any'
> Build your kernel drivers
Thanks. I don't know how I missed that. I had seen the note about any
(and compiled with it), but was disappointed when I found out my kernel
driver wasn't there.
Thanks for helping to keep my Myth box clean!
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