[mythtv-users] Silverstone Case with VFD and Linux driver
dj.escay at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 14:58:31 UTC 2007
I own the LC16M case and it works perfect.
The extra case buttons send keyboard events automatically, the rotation knob
sends IR events if I remember correctly. But I never use the buttons on the
machine. I do use the IR remote that came with it.
I use the Venky drivers from http://www.venky.ws/forums/viewforum.php?f=2
The first year I used the 'mouse' pad on the IR remote, which can really
nice emulate mouse events, but within MythTv this is of not much use. people
on the Venky forums did write patches to make it work better as a
directional pad. I've been patching it too, but it never worked really fine
as a directional only pad. Maybe I should use another remote instead. Since
I upgraded to MythTv 0.20 I've not spend time on it anymore and I just use
I did write down my findings when installing the VFD and IR here:
it might be out of date. You can also find some Imon info in this
I'm using Jarod's excellent Fedora MythTv howto, but I needed to compile
On 3/3/07, Steven Adeff <adeffs.mythtv at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/2/07, Bob Sully <rcs at malibyte.net> wrote:
> > I just ordered one of those cool Silverstone cases with the VFD text
> > display. I currently have a fairly nice micro-ATX case, but need some
> > more room for drives and cards. It's expensive but has gotten really
> > reviews, the look will fit in well with my entertainment system - and it
> > has an integrated IR receiver as well. I have been trying to get lirc
> > working with lirc-serial on my current setup (compiled it from source,
> > it loads without errors, but my Harmony remote doesn't work with it so
> > far).
> > The case vendor supplied a link to a Linux driver for the text
> display. I
> > was wondering if anyone has this set up and working, and if so, is there
> > anything special I need to do to get it to work?
> > Thanks
> > Bob
> the latest LIRC and LCDproc both support the iMon remote and VFD on
> the SilverstoneTek cases.
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