[mythtv-users] Actisys 200L unresolved symbol errors UPDATE
djlyons1 at cox.net
Fri Sep 10 00:57:52 EDT 2004
I looked at the links you sent me (don't know why I did not find them on
google before) ;/
I think you have identified my problem,
irrecord seams to work fine, however irsend does not work.
Just as a quick test I replaced my cable box config with my DVD player
When I run /usr/local/bin/remote_irsend SEND_START mylircd.conf PLAY my
DVD player fires right up so I know the device is able to control my
DVD, just not my cable box.
I will be looking into the homebrew circuit you sent, or the SA3250 I
I doubt the 3250 will help since I can use the 2200 or the 3250 remote
to control either cable box.
Thanks again for your help
From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org
[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Shawn Asmussen
Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2004 11:17 PM
To: Discussion about mythtv
Subject: RE: [mythtv-users] Actisys 200L unresolved symbol errors UPDATE
> Ok making progress now. I went ahead and reinstalled my kernel source
> and this time I was able to compile and load without any unresolved
> symbol errors.
> At this point my configuration looks to be ok, however when I run the
> change_channel script, nothing happens on my cable box. I pointed my
> video camera at the 200L and see IR bursts when the script is run.
> To make sure I was pointing directly at the cable box IR receiver, I
> the change_channel script thru a "while true" loop and moved the
> around my cable box.
> Has anyone used the 200L with a SA 2200? I am using the Explorer_2000
> remote script from lirc.org
Well, I'm using a 200L with an SA 2000. Unfortunately, the 200L is NOT
well known for operating well with SA boxes. I have tried my 200L on two
different SA 2000 boxes, and with one of them, it does not work at all.
the other (The one I'm currently using on my mythtv system), it works
perfectly. I have no idea why one works and the other doesn't. Worse
on some of the newer SA boxes (Including probably your 2200), the lirc
driver for the 200L will not transmit at the higher frequency that is
by those particular boxes. Here is a link to an old lirc mailing list
message that sums it up fairly well:
I originally thought that this was why it did not work with my 2000, and
ordered one of these:
However, before it arrived, I discovered that my 200L would work with a
different SA 2000 box, although why this is true stumps me. So, since I
had it working well when the homebrew transmitter arrived, I decided to
leave well enough alone, and save the other transmitter for if I ever
decided to build a second Myth box. Therefore, I've never actually tried
out the homebrew model, but it seems pretty well constructed, and since
it's sold by the guy who actually wrote the 200L driver for lirc, I'm
guessing that he probably knows what he's doing, so if you end up giving
up on the 200L, that might be an inexpensive alternative for you.
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