[mythtv-users] Lirc_serial + Fedora core 2
dexwest at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 4 12:20:00 EDT 2004
--- Jarod Wilson <jcw at wilsonet.com> wrote:
> On Aug 3, 2004, at 16:48, Dex West wrote:
> > --- Josh Burks <jburks at mktinsights.com> wrote:
> >> Dex West wrote:
> >>> Yes it works fine when I'm logged in as root, but what I'm trying to
> >>> do is create a script
> >> that
> >>> will run in the Autostart folder that will startup Lirc and IVTV on
> >>> startup and I don't plain
> >> on
> >>> having my system booted with root user.
> >> Isn't this what modules.conf is for (on a RedHat based system, like
> >> Fedora) and a /etc/init.d startup script?
> > So does that mean I can edit the lircd script to add setserial
> > commands and modprobe commands to
> > the startup section?
> Sure, why not? It isn't technically the cleanest thing around, but it
> can be done. I had to do that at one point in the past. Ugly hack, but
> it works.
> Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
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Can someone give me the "proper" way to get this working? I always try to go the suggested route
first. What I need is at start:
setserial /dev/ttyS0 uart none
I asked earlier this could be done in the modprobe.conf file, but didn't get any answers.
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