[mythtv-users] noob remote question
blastzone at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 12:21:41 UTC 2005
If you're seeing buttons using irw, i'd check your .lircrc files (
/home/<myth_user>/.lircrc & /home/<myth_user>/.mythtv/lircrc )
ensure they have the correct permissions AND are coded correctly for
your remote (using the commands in the lircd file).
or, better yet, copy the .lircrc files from your root folder and
change the owner / group / permissions.. that way you're working with
On 8/22/05, Todd Bailey <toddb at toddbailey.net> wrote:
> what's a noob remote?
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> > Robert D. Mathews wrote:
> >> I have slogged through many how-to's and with wilsons guide and have
> >> gotten myself a working mythtv setup. happage 150, fedora core3 etc. I
> >> know i may be missing something in the doc's, but everything works
> >> with the exception of the remote. this too will work so long as i am
> >> logged in as root. Is there some way to get the frontend to start as
> >> root while logged in as user? will i always have to be logged in as
> >> root to get this to function?
> > Are you using LIRC 0.7.1pre1+?
> > Mike
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