[mythtv-users] RF remote suggestions
mercury.morris at gmail.com
Sat Dec 31 16:11:06 EST 2005
On 12/31/05, Alex Malinovich <demonbane at the-love-shack.net> wrote:
> Any suggestions on a good RF remote that works with Linux? I got really
> spoiled with my RF remote when I had DishNetwork, and having been
> limited to Comcast for the last 3 months the IR remote is killing me. So
> I'm hoping to handle all of my channel flipping needs through MythTV and
> have an RF remote attached so I won't have to put my feet down to change
> the channel.
> I'd like to find a relatively inexpensive one as well. While some of the
> $700 monsters out there with full LCD displays are impressive and all,
> all I care about is play, pause, ff, rw, channel +/-, and, if possible a
> built-in IR transmitter to control volume on the TV. (Like the
> DishNetwork remotes.)
> The ATI Remote Wonder works quite well. One feature I especially like is
that multiple remotes may be used with multiple MythTV systems. Through a
set of simple options in the /etc/modprobe.conf file, you can set a MythTV
system to respond to only one of several ATI Remote Wonder remotes.
Not expensive, under $30 at newegg.com.
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