[mythtv-users] LIRC/Homebrew xmitter working- but, slight dilemma

Ken J. Davis kdavis at cyberdavisfamily.com
Thu Mar 11 07:41:25 EST 2004

Yep, sure did, it says so in the doc.

Thanks, I'll adjust that later today, I'm betting it'll work now.

...I knew it was something stupid, should've caught that myself.

> Did you set the permissions on /dev/lircd to 0666?  That would be the
> only reason I can think of it would act like that.  Default permissions
> on /dev/lircd are pretty locked down.
> -dan
> Ken J. Davis wrote:
>>I got my homebrew serial transmitter(the simple one) working this
>> evening,
>>but have a dilemma.(w/Scientific Atlanta 2100)
>>The channel_change.csh script appears to only work when I start
>>mythbackend(with or without -d) while logged in as root.  If I boot the
>>machine and let rc.local start mythbackend -d, it doesn't work.
>>I am guessing this is something to do with Linux security that I am not
>>aware of.
>>Thanks in advance for any advice....I am soooo close to the perfect Myth
>>.....can't wait to make my first backup copy of Sopranos
>>The homebrew transmitter is definately the way to go.(parts cost less
>> than
>>$10 at Radio Shack)  I wasted time with the stupid Actisys 200L....didn't
>>read all the posts til after I bought it.
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>>mythtv-users at mythtv.org
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