[mythtv-users] LIRC problem in Mythdvd/Mythvideo (lircd sends
david at ellisonline.ca
Sat Jul 30 21:41:51 EDT 2005
I'm running something similar without issue.....
Do you have a link from .lircrc to .mythtv/lircrc ? (Not sure if
essential - but thats how mine is setup).
On 30-Jul-05, at 7:45 PM, Mark Schuren wrote:
> hi list,
> i have a problem with myth0.18.1 + lirc + xine:
> i play a video/dvd through mythvideo/mythdvd using "xine -H -I -g --
> no-splash -s
> DVD dvd://" .
> xine works great when started stand-alone, but when run through
> myth and i quit
> the player, all buttons from my lirc remote which i pressed during
> play are
> sent to mythfrontend as well as soon as the player exits :-(
> as least it looks like, mythfrontend is jumping through the menus,
> or restarting
> xine immediately... i use a dxr3 card for tv output but i think
> this is not
> related, problem also happens when using xv.
> my ~/.lircrc contains e.g. things like:
> prog = mythtv
> button = OFF
> config = Esc
> prog = xine
> button = OFF
> config = Quit
> is it a bad idea to use the same lirc key for two programs in
> general?? i hope
> i use mandrake 10.2 with original lirc rpms (0.6.6) and my remote
> perfectly with myth / mplayer / xine and others when run stand-
> alone. no
> irxevent is running, all apps have native lirc support.
> why does lirc cue-up all button-presses for mythfrontend while xine
> is actually
> in focus (and also accepting these key-presses from my remote
> correctly)?? first
> i thought this might be irxevent. related problem. but although i
> have keys
> defined for irxevent in the same .lircrc i have no irxevent running.
> whenever xine exits, mythfrontend processes all lirc events which
> occured during
> xine playback. is that a xine issue or a problem with lirc or myth?
> did anyone have the same probs?
> i'm unsure if i should uninstall the mandrake lirc 0.6.6 packages
> and build my
> own lirc-0.7.x ? and if, would i need to afterwards recompile myth/
> xine for the
> new lirc version??
> thanx for any hints!
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