[mythtv-users] Frontend Remote Recommendations
rwshields at gmail.com
Tue Jul 20 16:56:28 UTC 2010
The problem I am currently having does not involve the Logitech remote; I
just mentioned that so everyone had a sense for the overall goal I am after.
The current issue is that using the remote/IR receiver I linked in the first
post most of the buttons don't work in Myth when configured as a MCE
Remote. The back buton, pause/play buttons don't work.
I believe I tried the MCE2 config as well. I followed the MCE Myth Wiki and
also tried adding the remote from the Myth Control Centre UI.
When I get home I will double check I was using the MCE2 config.
Thanks for the advice and I'll get back to you once I have a chance to
investigate things more.
On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 12:42 PM, Craig Huff <huffcslists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Tell us more about what you've tried and what the problem(s) is(are)
> with what you have. Many Ubuntu/MythBuntu systems have working MCE
> remote/receiver combinations (including mine).
> Are you talking about needing to program the Harmony remote with codes
> for the various keys? If that's the issue, the quick and dirty way to
> get 'er done is to drag out a Windoze system and use the software that
> (hopefully) came with the MCE package.
> If the difficulty is with getting the system (FE, I presume) to "see"
> keypresses, last I checked there was a MCE config for LIRC and an MCE2
> config. Use the MCE2 config.
> Sorry I can't provide more details, just taking a break and not at
> home to look for details. You could try the MythTV wiki and Install
> instructions, too.
> Hope this gets you further down the road and not sidetracked up the
> elephant steps to carleton commons. Yeh, I went to CWRU back in the
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> mythtv-users at mythtv.org
Email: rwshields at gmail.com
CWRU Computer Science PhD Student
S.A.G.E. Project Developer (http://darwin.cwru.edu/)
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