[mythtv-users] Hacking a Hauppauge pvr350 to generate ACPI wakeup?

Silverdulcet silverdulcet at gmail.com
Mon Sep 26 04:26:00 UTC 2011

On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 6:40 PM, Marc MERLIN <marc_mtv at merlins.org> wrote:

> On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 09:33:19PM +0100, Thomas Boehm wrote:
> > Marc MERLIN wrote:
> > > 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).
> >
> > Just get yourself a USB receiver and follow the ACPI howto in the wikie.
> Just to be clear, we're talking about this wiki, right?
> http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/ACPI_Wakeup
> If so, I already read it, but I'm not clear about what 'usb receiver'
> you're
> talking about. I have a USB wireless keyboard, but 'space bar' only powers
> the machine when it's off, it does not work when it's in S3 sleep for some
> reason.
> If you meant a USB IR receiver, do you mean that if any data is received on
> the serial port (not just 'ring'), it will trigger a wakeup?
> (I would think not, so I'm confused)
> Right now I can wakeup using either:
> - pushing the power button
> - wake on lan packet
> - RTC timer set before suspend
> Please tell me what I'm missing to wakeup using a remote control that does
> not involve soldering and "if you do this, you might fry your system" if
> possible :)
> Thanks,
> Marc

You could try one of the 3 options on this page. No Soldering invovled,
allows you to program it with the IR code of your choices.

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