[mythtv-users] HDMI-CEC ?
pjrobinson at metronet.co.uk
Wed Oct 5 08:58:49 UTC 2011
This looks interesting. I currently run my TV through my Marantz SR5002
from my mythtv FE/BE box. I use the RS232 port on the SR5002 to control
the SR5002 including the sleep function which is activated when mythtv
closes down. The myth box is itself set to close down after 900s if no
one is logged in but wakes itself up via the m/b RTC if there's a
programme to record. If the SR5002 passes the CEC commands then I could
use such a device to control the TV shutdown etc and vice-versa?
On 04/10/11 14:51, Dan Wilga wrote:
> On 10/3/11 11:41 PM, Dan Smith wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 5:04 PM, Nick Rout <nick.rout at gmail.com
>> <mailto:nick.rout at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> I just spotted this
>> Previous traffic on this list referred to a more expensive device, and
>> pretty beta level software, plus Jarod telling us thats upoprt for the
>> protocol was in the pipeline for the kernel.
>> So time has moved on, and here and now seems to be a device that
>> actually works on XBMC (is that on linux or win?). Is there any
>> progress on the myth front?
>> it must work in linux because the vid on their site shows xbmc running
>> on ubuntu, you can tell near the end
> If you look here, you'll see that their library compiles in Linux:
> It includes a test program to send raw bytes to devices. Creating a
> commandline utility to send the appropriate signals to turn devices
> on/off would be pretty easy, from what I see in the source.
> I think I may have to get one of these devices, as it would solve a
> couple of problems we have at home. Right now, my receiver only
> sometimes turns off when the TV tells it to. Also, I'd really like to be
> able to turn the TV and receiver off, and put the computer to sleep,
> when it goes without being used for extended periods of time.
> Problem #1 could be solved right now with this device, and problem #2
> will be easily solved once the devs finish making some improvements
> being discussed in the devel list. (I'm aware of the possibility of
> having a script that monitors Xscreensaver; I've tried it and it doesn't
> work very reliably.)
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