[mythtv-users] atrpms lircd 0.7.0pre8 appears to break PVR-350 lirc interface

Michael Fenston fenston-myth at san.rr.com
Fri Oct 15 01:38:34 UTC 2004


I ended up downgrading to 0.7.0pre7 using synaptic (pretty easy to do), 
rebooted and all was good ...

-Mike

Darren Boyd wrote:

>
> Do a:
>
> # lsmod | grep lirc
>
> You should see something like this:
>
> lirc_i2c                7172  1
> lirc_dev               10636  1 lirc_i2c
> i2c_core               17345  8 
> bttv,lirc_i2c,msp3400,saa7127,saa7115,tuner,tveeprom,i2c_algo_bit
>
> It is possible you are missing one of these, like lirc_i2c or 
> lirc_dev.  If so, load it:
>
> # modprobe lirc_i2c
>
> Then restart your frontend and try again.
>
> I did the exact same thing you did and also ended up with a 
> non-functioning remote.  After some fiddling I stumbled across the 
> fact that one of the above modules was not loaded.  Unfortunately, I 
> don't know why it doesn't get loaded, or how to fix the problem better 
> than simply loading it manually.
>
> Darren
>
>
> Michael Fenston wrote:
>
>> Hi ...
>>
>> I just did an apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade with 
>> /etc/apt/sources.list set to at-stable, installed lircd 0.7.0pre8 
>> (came with the other updates), noticed my remote was no longer 
>> working in mythtv GUI; I then rebooted and my grey Hauppauge remote 
>> is no longer working with my PVR-350 card in the mythtv GUI still.  I 
>> just signed up to the atrmps-users list so apologies if this is 
>> already on another thread.  Any ideas?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> -Mike
>>
>> cat /var/log/messages | grep irc
>>
>> Oct 14 07:51:29 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre7[2276]: lircd(any) ready
>> Oct 14 07:51:29 localhost lircd: lircd startup succeeded
>> Oct 14 07:51:59 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre7[2276]: accepted new client 
>> on /dev/lircd
>> Oct 14 07:51:59 localhost kernel: lirc_dev: IR Remote Control driver 
>> registered, at major 61
>> Oct 14 07:51:59 localhost kernel: lirc_i2c: chip found @ 0x18 
>> (Hauppauge IR)
>> Oct 14 07:51:59 localhost kernel: lirc_dev: 
>> lirc_register_plugin:sample_rate: 10
>> Oct 14 08:09:34 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre7[2276]: caught signal
>> Oct 14 08:09:34 localhost lircd: lircd shutdown succeeded
>> Oct 14 08:09:34 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre8[3128]: lircd(any) ready
>> Oct 14 08:09:34 localhost lircd: lircd startup succeeded
>> Oct 14 08:15:57 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre8[3128]: caught signal
>> Oct 14 08:15:57 localhost lircd: lircd shutdown succeeded
>> Oct 14 08:17:11 localhost lircd: lircd startup succeeded
>> Oct 14 08:17:11 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre8[2275]: lircd(any) ready
>> Oct 14 08:17:41 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre8[2275]: accepted new client 
>> on /dev/lircd
>> Oct 14 08:17:41 localhost kernel: lirc_dev: IR Remote Control driver 
>> registered, at major 61
>> Oct 14 08:17:41 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre8[2275]: could not open 
>> /dev/lirc
>> Oct 14 08:17:41 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre8[2275]: default_init(): No 
>> such device
>> Oct 14 08:17:41 localhost lircd 0.7.0pre8[2275]: caught signal
>> [root at localhost root]#
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