[mythtv-users] Radio Shack 15-2133 or 15-2116 with an Airboard?

Harry Orenstein ho_9 at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 1 04:43:24 EST 2004


>From: "Jarod C. Wilson" <jcw at wilsonet.com>
>Reply-To: jcw at wilsonet.com, Discussion about mythtv 
><mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
>To: Discussion about mythtv <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
>Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Radio Shack 15-2133 or 15-2116 with an 
>Airboard?
>Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2003 14:15:43 -0800
>
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>On Sunday 28 December 2003 08:33, Harry Orenstein wrote:
> >
> > I think 0081 will work for that remote.  There have been postings
> > about it with device codes previously.  Search the archive for the
> > 15-2116 and you should find them.  This message:
> >
> > 
>http://www.gossamer-threads.com/perl/mailarc/gforum.cgi?post=95597;search_s
> >tring=15-2116;guest=1892026&t=search_engine#95597
> >
> > is one I previously posted and has config files for remotes and
> > codes for setting up additional buttons for additional functions on
> > the remote.
> >
> > I have been told that it works for the RS remote as well has the
> > one I have (OFA 6012).  As a bonus my post also included
> > mappings for mplayer functionality (which I think you mentioned in
> > another post you were looking into).  I haven't gotten the REW,
> > FFW, SKIP and REPLAY functions to work due to not being able to
> > get the mplayer "skip" command to work, but it should give you a
> > leg up.
>
>I've taken the rc5 example file attached to that earlier and tweaked it to
>match (most of) the buttons on the RadioShack 15-2116, did a bit of key
>remapping, and I've now got all six out of about 40 buttons doing exactly
>what they should for MythTV. Haven't touched jp1 at all. :)
>
>I still need to decipher how the advanced codes map to button numbers (like
>your 	108=INFO) and figure out what is needed in lircd.conf to finish it 
>off,
>but so far, muy bueno!
>
>- --
>Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
>
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Ooh!!  I've done something useful for someone who has been
one of the best sources for documentation and user questions
for Myth and I've paid back some of the debt I owe to the Open
Software community!!  Cool!!   :-))

The codes I listed should correspond to the names of the keys
that appear in the lircd.conf and lircrc that were attached.  The
RC5 key-code numbers should all produce valid RC5 codes
that are in the same RC5 code group as the majority of the
rest of the keys in the VCR 0081 emulation (I think is was
the 02 group).  Only the LEFT and RIGHT keys are in another
RC5 code group.

If you are having trouble figuring out how to set up the lircd.conf
to read capture the codes you could just use the lircd.conf
sample from the LIRC site that contains the entire set of RC5
codes and it will tell you the corresponding entry to use for
lircd.conf (I actually mapped all of the codes I use to both the
0081 emulation key code and the LIRC RC5 key value, eg:
INFO = 108 = 0A which would indicate that the key marked INFO
on my remote should be set to override value 108 in 0081
emulation and that represents the RC5 sys_02_command_0a
code).

If I can be of any further help don't hesitate to ask!!


-- Harry O.

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