[mythtv-users] Recording slows down IR remote
cfr131 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 18:27:33 UTC 2007
On 9/18/07, Richard Woelk <richardwoelk at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> Tony Baca wrote:
> > Last night I spent a few minutes testing.
> > Shelled in to the machine and started irw
> > With the myth machine idle, every press of a button on the remote
> > caused an appropriate line from irw
> > Using a second shell window, I entered:
> > cat /dev/video1 > temp.mpg (Note, video1 is the PVR 150, video0 is
> > a PCHDTV-5500. I do not see any problem if I cat /dev/video0 >
> > temp.mpg or if the machine is recording using the 5500, only when the
> > PVR-150 is used)
> > Now pressing and holding a key only produces a line from irw about
> > once every 3-6 seconds.
> > But pressing the button once causes the number of interrupts on the
> > serial port to increase. (cat /proc/interrupts)
> > I don't know where else to look. Any suggestions?
> > Thanks,
> What version of ivtv or what kernel are you using? What kind of
> remote receiver are you using? (onboard the pvr150, or serial?)
> I noticed this back in around version 0.10.0. It affected my homebrew
> serial remote, in that it would give false repeats.
> irw would show the repeat number as 00 01 02 00 01 00 01. It made it
> impossible to navigate in mythtv while it was recording.
> This was fixed in version 0.10.2
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On that machine, I am running MythDora 4.0 dmesg says:
Interface is the same as you, home brew serial transciever.
irw is not reporting false repeates, it indicates no key press at all.
Maybe I am reading it wrong?
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