[mythtv-users] Re: New MCE 2005 Remote
mario.mailing at gmail.com
Tue May 31 17:07:12 UTC 2005
haha, cowards way out.....
Well, I also have an audigy2, with a remote which works too. The only
problem with it is that there is a delay from button press to being
recognized which I'm pretty sure is a hardware limitation of the
Do you by some chance have access to a machine with Media Center 2005 on it?
Apparantly, the drivers are only included in MCE2005, but I would
gander if you copy the files over to another XP machine - you could
probably force the driver to work on a different machine.
If so, I'd love to grab a copy of the drivers used for this remote in
windows, to compare USB output and see what I can do to help the
developer of this MCE2005 driver to fjix this issue.
On 5/31/05, Axel Thimm <Axel.Thimm at atrpms.net> wrote:
> On Tue, May 31, 2005 at 09:32:13AM -0500, James Oltman wrote:
> > I am using FC3 on my FE and was using kernel 2.6.10-1.770 from
> > ATRPMS. [...] I was told that a newer kernel should fix the issue.
> > I noticed last week that Axel had upgraded the kernel on his site
> > [...]
> The announced kernels were 2.4.x only (RHL7.3,8.0,9 and FC1). For FC3
> use the Red Hat supplied kernel.
> > I don't know if lirc has been upgraded with this newer driver or
> > not. Axel has told me he only builds "official" releases of
> > packages (lirc, nvidia, etc). He doesn't include fixes.
> Was that my wording? :)
> Of course, packages may and should contain fixes, but in this case this
> was adding features which may or may not harm other users. If the code
> isn't accepted by the lirc developers then the more suspicious it is
> (perhaps by now it is, I haven't been tracking this).
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