[mythtv-users] Hacking a Hauppauge pvr350 to generate ACPI wakeup?
marc_mtv at merlins.org
Sun Sep 25 18:00:21 UTC 2011
On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 08:46:03AM +0200, Lawrence Rust wrote:
> On Sat, 2011-09-24 at 22:07 -0700, Marc MERLIN wrote:
> > If I put put my HTPC to sleep (suspend to RAM), is there a hack for the
> > Hauppauge cards so that they generate the right PCI signal to wake up a
> > system in standby mode when it receives any valid IR code?
> > (pretty much just like an ethernet card can wake up a PC when it gets a
> > magic wake on lan packet)
> PCI defines the PME signal to bring a system out of sleep (S3 or S4).
> But you'll need to perform some hardware hackery as the card by default
> doesn't support it. This article has a circuit and explanation:
This might be slightly beyond what I'm comfortable doing, but it's a good
Out of curiosity, has anyone gotten anything working with an infrared
receiver that connects to a serial port? My MB supports wake on ring signal,
but I'm not sure if the serial port pins are powered when the MB is asleep
(will have to check that).
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