[mythtv-users] Re: IR transmitter
jds-myth at losdos.dyndns.org
Sat Jun 26 17:29:07 EDT 2004
i'm the author if the IR transmitter howto referred to in the post below,
or it's mirror
it is true that the howto is geared towards a Debian MythTV system, or more
specifically to a KnoppMyth MythTV system. if you guys who run Fedora or
other distros could tell me exactly what steps are needed in contrast to
my Debian system, i will annotate my howto with this info. in turn this will
hopefully prevent the type of issues which were encountered below.
> Date: Sat, 26 Jun 2004 07:43:44 -0700
> From: "Mark D. Vaughn" <mvaughn at techline.com>
> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] IR transmitter
>>>Now I need to change channels on my dish receiver.
>>>I'm having trouble setting up an IR transmitter following the
>>>how-to from a link that was sent to me. I don't remember who
>>>sent it. The link is;
> I had the same problem as well when setting this up on Fedora Core 1.
> What I did, and it seemed to work well for me was to just manually edit
> modules.conf directly. I basically just cut and pasted the lines that
> are supposed to go into /ect/modutils/lirc_ledxmit into
> /etc/modules.conf. I changed to line that says "below ledxmit_serial
> ledxmit_dev" to "*add* below ledxmit_serial ledxmit_dev" and then
> uncommented the proper line to choose my serial port.
> Other than those changes I followed the howto to the letter. I belive
> /sbin/depmod -a also worked after I made those changes.
> # setup ledxmit/lirc kernel modules
> alias char-major-72 ledxmit_serial
> add below ledxmit_serial ledxmit_dev
> # !!! note DEFAULT is COM2 !!! how, you ask? see configure statement
> in myth-ledxmit.sh script above.
> # for COM1, simply uncomment the following:
> # options ledxmit_serial irq=4 io=0x3f8
> # for COM2, do nothing, or uncomment the following:
> # options ledxmit_serial irq=3 io=0x2f8
> good luck!
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