[mythtv-users] lirc problems with new Fedora 10 install
ebroo at healthydirections.com
Wed May 27 12:10:04 UTC 2009
If I recall correctly the 350 has an IR receiver cable with it? Is it plugged in?
What does ls -al /dev/lirc* show?
After boot, if you do dmesg | grep lirc do you see it coming online at boot, or are you bringing it up manually later?
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From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org [mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Kenan Ezal
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 7:36 AM
To: mythtv-users at mythtv.org
Subject: [mythtv-users] lirc problems with new Fedora 10 install
I just installed a new Fedora 10 machine which is supposed to be a slave
I'm having some serious difficulties getting the IR remote of my PVR-350 to
After I figured out that the lirc kernel modules were no longer necessary,
I installed lirc and gnome-lirc-properties and lirc-devices using yum.
I'm using the same lircd.conf and lircrc files as my other system which
also uses the same remote (and PVR-250). I've also tried a few other
versions of lircd.conf for the A415-HPG remote. (The PVR-250 and 350 used
to be on this very same machine using the same remote.)
I'm pretty sure my hardware is working since
allows me to punch some buttons and get a response. irw on the other hand
just sits there without any response (same with Myth).
My rc.local is setup to
I've tried several different configurations for my modprobe.conf file with
aliases char-major-61 lirc_i2c
The above seems to imply that this should be as simple as loading lirc_i2c,
yet I have not found it simple. And it certainly didn't Just Work.
The lircd daemon is running and lirc_i2c has been loaded.
Does anyone have any advice on how to proceed?
Oh, the gnome-lirc-properties application also doesn't seem to acknowledge
my remote, even though it has two Hauppauge options.
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