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KKJensen
5th May 2009, 02:44 AM
Hi everyone,

I've got fedora 10 and mythtv setup (via mythdora) and my remote control works great at running the software.

I have purchased a serial ir-blaster to control the cable decoder box but don't know how to setup 'another instance of lirc' as it is put in the many old howtos on the web.



[root@mythbox dev]# ls -l /dev/lirc*
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 5 2009-05-02 21:44 /dev/lirc -> lirc0
crw-rw---- 1 root root 61, 0 2009-05-02 21:44 /dev/lirc0
srw-rw-rw- 1 root root 0 2009-05-04 19:57 /dev/lircd
srw-rw-rw- 1 root root 0 2009-05-02 21:44 /dev/lircd1




[root@mythbox dev]# ps aux|grep lircd
root 316 0.0 0.0 4212 688 pts/0 S+ 21:29 0:00 grep lircd
root 2234 0.0 0.0 3680 540 ? Ss May02 0:04 /usr/sbin/lircd --driver=default -d /dev/lirc1 --output=/dev/lircd1 --pidfile=/var/run/lircd1.pid
root 31328 0.0 0.0 3680 544 ? Ss 19:57 0:00 /usr/sbin/lircd --device=/dev/lirc0




[root@mythbox dev]# cat /etc/lircd.conf

#
# this config file was automatically generated
# using lirc-0.7.0(any) on Sun Nov 28 20:25:09 2004
#
# contributed by
#
# brand: Hauppauge 350
# Created: G.J. Werler (The Netherlands)
# Project: Mythtv Fedora Pundit-R www.mythtvportal.com
# Date: 2004/11/28
# model no. of remote control: Hauppauge A415-HPG
# devices being controlled by this remote: PVR-350
#

begin remote

name Hauppauge_350
bits 13
flags RC5|CONST_LENGTH
eps 30
aeps 100

one 969 811
zero 969 811
plead 1097
gap 114605
toggle_bit 2


begin codes
Go 0x00000000000017BB
Power 0x00000000000017BD
TV 0x000000000000179C
Videos 0x0000000000001798
Music 0x0000000000001799
Pictures 0x000000000000179A
Guide 0x000000000000179B
Radio 0x000000000000178C
Up 0x0000000000001794
Left 0x0000000000001796
Right 0x0000000000001797
Down 0x0000000000001795
OK 0x00000000000017A5
Back/Exit 0x000000000000179F
Menu/i 0x000000000000178D
Vol+ 0x0000000000001790
Vol- 0x0000000000001791
Prev.Ch 0x0000000000001792
Mute 0x000000000000178F
Ch+ 0x00000000000017A0
Ch- 0x00000000000017A1
Record 0x00000000000017B7
Stop 0x00000000000017B6
Rewind 0x00000000000017B2
Play 0x00000000000017B5
Forward 0x00000000000017B4
Replay/SkipBackward 0x00000000000017A4
Pause 0x00000000000017B0
SkipForward 0x000000000000179E
1 0x0000000000001781
2 0x0000000000001782
3 0x0000000000001783
4 0x0000000000001784
5 0x0000000000001785
6 0x0000000000001786
7 0x0000000000001787
8 0x0000000000001788
9 0x0000000000001789
Asterix 0x000000000000178A
0 0x0000000000001780
# 0x000000000000178E
Red 0x000000000000178B
Green 0x00000000000017AE
Yellow 0x00000000000017B8
Blue 0x00000000000017A9
end codes

end remote

#
# this config file was automatically generated
# using lirc-0.6.6(sir) on Wed Mar 24 22:28:59 2004
#
# Modified by Stephane Lavergne <stephane|iMars.com>:
# Base frequency is 56kHz, irrecord was otherwise right on.
#
# contributed by
#
# brand: Scientific Atlanta
# model no. of remote control: AT8400
# devices being controlled by this remote: Explorer 8000
#

begin remote

name SAE8000
bits 22
flags SPACE_ENC|CONST_LENGTH
eps 30
aeps 100

header 3397 3372
one 827 2557
zero 827 855
ptrail 827
gap 101386
toggle_bit 0

frequency 56000

begin codes
power 0x000000000037C107
guide 0x000000000036C127
menu 0x000000000036F920
info 0x000000000036213B
select_up 0x000000000036812F
select_down 0x000000000037A10B
select 0x0000000000366133
select_left 0x000000000037810F
select_right 0x0000000000364137
select_page+ 0x000000000036D924
select_page- 0x000000000037D904
exit 0x0000000000366932
settings 0x0000000000373918
A 0x000000000037E902
B 0x000000000036193C
C 0x000000000037191C
vol+ 0x000000000036093E
vol- 0x000000000037091E
ch+ 0x0000000000377111
ch- 0x000000000036F121
mute 0x000000000036892E
fav 0x000000000037F101
last 0x000000000036E123
rew8secs 0x000000000037C906
list 0x000000000036C926
live 0x000000000036B129
rew 0x000000000037291A
ff 0x000000000036293A
play 0x000000000037990C
stop 0x0000000000365934
pause 0x0000000000374117
rec 0x0000000000375914
1 0x000000000036113D
2 0x000000000037111D
3 0x000000000036912D
4 0x000000000037910D
5 0x0000000000365135
6 0x0000000000375115
7 0x000000000036D125
8 0x000000000037D105
9 0x0000000000363139
asterisk 0x000000000037E103
0 0x0000000000373119
pound 0x000000000036B928
pip_power 0x000000000037B908
pip_swap 0x0000000000367930
pip_move 0x0000000000377910
pip_ch+ 0x000000000036E922
pip_ch- 0x000000000037F900
video_source 0x0000000000376113
end codes

end remote



There is a setup script in mythdora that is supposed to set something up but I do not know what it is supposed to do and where it is falling short.



[root@mythbox dev]# irsend --device=/dev/lirc SEND_ONCE SAE8000 power
irsend: could not connect to socket
irsend: Connection refused
[root@mythbox dev]# irsend --device=/dev/lircd SEND_ONCE SAE8000 power
irsend: command failed: SEND_ONCE SAE8000 power
irsend: hardware does not support sending
[root@mythbox dev]# irsend --device=/dev/lirc0 SEND_ONCE SAE8000 power
irsend: could not connect to socket
irsend: Connection refused
[root@mythbox dev]# irsend --device=/dev/lircd1 SEND_ONCE SAE8000 power
irsend: command failed: SEND_ONCE SAE8000 power
irsend: hardware does not support sending


I'm pretty sure that /dev/lircd is the reciever since I can see the inputs showing up when buttons on the remote are hit.


[root@mythbox dev]# irw /dev/lircd
00000000000017b0 00 Pause Hauppauge_350
00000000000017b0 01 Pause Hauppauge_350


Does this mean /dev/lirc (which is just a link to /dev/lirc1) is the transmitter? The irsend commands gave socket errors and I'm not sure what that means.

Any help or direction anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated.