[mythtv-users] SOLVED Re: How can I tell if native lirc is enabled?
John E. Gregg
john at johngregg.org
Tue Feb 20 03:58:03 UTC 2007
It turns out that besides the DVR 1 and DVR 2 settings, out of the
box the Tivo remote is in an undocumented "DVR 0" mode. The lircrc
file I was using was expecting the remote to be programmed for DVR 1
or 2. It's something I had to do anyway to use it with 2 devices,
but I didn't know not doing so right away would cause the trouble
that it did.
On Feb 3, 2007, at 9:51 PM, John E. Gregg wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to configure lirc with mythtv 0.20 on Ubuntu 6.10. I have
> lirc working and have the config files in place. irw correctly shows
> the keypresses. However mythtv doesn't register anything. I put the
> lircrc file under ~/.mythtv. My lircd.conf file is for Tivo Series 2
> and the lircrc file is the one referenced in the lircd.conf file.
> The names of the keys match (1_TV_POWER, etc.) When I run
> mythfrontend, mythtv doesn't respond to remote commands. I see no
> indication that it's using lirc at all. I installed mythtv via the
> Synaptic package manager in Ubuntu. Should I expect that native lirc
> is built-in or do I have to use irxevent or build mythtv myself?
> What can I do to troubleshoot further?
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