[mythtv-users] USB IR Blaster: close but no cigar
pickle136 at sbcglobal.net
Thu Apr 15 15:05:19 UTC 2010
On 4/15/2010 10:48 AM, Greg Woods wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-04-14 at 23:16 -0400, Jarod Wilson wrote:
>>> He's right - I missed that you had compiled a tarball and not the cvs.
>>> There was a change within the last two weeks that affects thsi unit.
>> A bit more than two weeks ago now, actually. Greg Oliver was kind
>> enough to send me a topseed 0x0008 he had (aka the same AVS Gear
>> GP-IR02BK kit the other Greg linked to), and I was able to figure out
>> the necessary changes for lirc_mceusb to enable its transmitters, and
>> that code was just committed back on March 18 in my git tree, and
>> shortly thereafter to lirc cvs.
> Damn! I had such high hopes....
> This didn't work. I just recompiled lirc from CVS, and my blaster still
> does not work. I am sure of:
> 1) I am running the correct version of lircd
> 2) I am running the correct version of the lirc_mceusb module
> 3) I am running the correct version of irw/irsend
> 4) irw works (so the receiver works)
> 5) irsend reports no errors
> 6) The blaster does not work (no visible flash, no flash on the receiver
> when irsend is run with the blaster held in front of it)
> Anything I can do to debug this and figure out what else I may have done
> If it matters, this system is still at Fedora 10. Could the kernel be
> too old for this new module? (Probably not since it loads fine, but I am
> grasping at straws now).
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try the second ir port? (remember to SET_TRANSMITTERS)
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