[mythtv-users] IR hardware recognition / rtc
masch at tiscali.no
Fri Aug 12 18:04:22 UTC 2005
>Or you could be lazy and buy a USB-UIRT http://www.usb-uirt.com.
>Works great - there is a patch for lirc..........transmits and receives.
Thanks David, I'll try to get hold of one, lazyness may well be a virtue
(at least as far as the wife is concerned ;).
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To: marius at schrecker.org; Discussion about mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] IR hardware recognition / rtc
At 2:28 PM +0000 8/11/05, Marius Schrecker wrote:
>Thanks for the in
>IrDA: Now I know what I need, someone on the list mentioned do-it yourself
>receivers, do you know where I can fond a howto for a good one??
>If you go to www.lirc.org and look on the home page under
>"Home-brew", you'll find several option
>. Personally, I built this
>The kernel looks as if it's compiled with rtc built
>in. a quick grep on
>the curent kernel config shows this:
You are correct. Your settings look a lot like mine (2.6.11):
># CONFIG_HPET_TIMER is not set
># CONFIG_HPET is not set
>I'm going to follow Martins advice;: disabling HPET and compiling everything
>else RTC as <m>.
>(By the way, unless you're giving away personal info or going off on
>a tangent, it's u
>ually a good idea to reply to the list, not just
>the individual who replied to your initial post. That way everyone
>can benefit from the discussion. Thanks!)
Sorry! Slip of the thumb,not sure why, but webmail seems sometimes to reply
to the list and sometimes to the author, I often forget to check!
Dan Wilga dwilga at mtholyoke.edu
Mount Holyoke College Tel: 413-538-3027
South Hadley, MA 01075 "Who left the cake out in the rain?"
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