[mythtv-users] PVR 150 Remote Issues
Timothy J O'Leary
tjoleary84 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 25 02:49:12 UTC 2008
K thanks for the help. I have been working on getting this figured out and i
think i am on the right track thanks to the recomendations..The ubuntu help
tutorial says that I need to make a standalone lircrc file and they have
supplied a link for the text file. Now i just need to put that file into
~/.mythtv/lircrc . However, I can't figure out how to find that folder. I
know this is simple and apologize in advance.
On Jan 24, 2008 6:21 PM, Michael T. Dean < mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
> On 01/24/2008 03:48 PM, Brian Wood wrote:
> > Timothy O'Leary wrote:
> >> Hello, This is my first post and I am a newbie. I love ubuntu so far
> >> and am so stoked to be done with Windows. Anyways, I installed ubuntu
> >> in hopes of adding Mythbuntu and creating a PVR and media center. My
> >> system is running great and I have Mythbuntu recording shows, playing
> >> back shows, watching live tv, listening to music, etc. Everything
> >> seems to be working fine except for the Hauppauge remote that came
> >> with my PVR 150. I have read up on this and have made sure that it is
> >> plugged in perfectly, i have installed the LIRC files and I think i
> >> have done everything, but certain buttons on the remote don't work and
> >> others do incorrect functions. The volume works fine, but the channel
> >> up and down does not, and instead jumps the live tv forward or back.
> >> The jump feature is nice, but i want my channel up and down to go up
> >> and down. Also, I want the buttons to work such TV, Music and DVD etc
> >> so that I can hit the button and go to that menu onscreen. I am
> >> learning ubuntu and liking having more control over my pc so bear with
> >> me. Thanks in advance for any recomendations and suggestions.
> > You can change the configuration file for your remote so that any button
> > does pretty much whatever you want it to.
> > Check out:
> > http://www.mythtv.org/docs/mythtv-HOWTO-8.html
> > and related docs.
> > If your remote is doing anything then you probably have most things
> > working, just some changes to your config file seem to be needed.
> > Welcome to the World of Linux.
> Also, make sure you are using LIRC--i.e that you don't have the kernel
> module for that remote installed.
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