[mythtv-users] [OT] [Australia] Which USB IR recevier?
jon at whitear.org
Mon Feb 16 22:35:22 UTC 2009
On Tue 17/02/09 12:31 AM , "James Van Vleet" <james.vanvleet at verety.com> wrote:
> Wake from RAM or wake from disk should work fine though. Wake from
> is pretty much like being powered off. The USB IR receiver must act
> like somewhat like a keyboard or mouse to the BIOS.
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Thanks for the pointers guys. I checked my lircrc and found two entries for "playpause", which explains why I couldn't pause anything. That's one annoying niggle squashed. I'm going to play further with the lirc config and see if I can stabilise the DVico. If not, I shall go for the Hauppage I think. As I have a Harmony remote, I'd just want the USB receiver, and the remote would go in the drawer with all the others!
Anybody know if the Hauppage transmitter will send up/down volume signals to my amp? The lirc documentation suggests that the transmitted commands supported might only go as far as the numbers, to support channel changing on a STB.
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