hello I need some help programming my RCA RCR3273R remote. I have tried to use LIRC on my Raspberry pi 2, but I am getting some issues. the first issue is that when I used irrecord my remote would give the same signal length to different buttons I have my lircd.conf, remote.xml, and lircmap.xml that I will be posting as attachments in a .zip. another issue I have is that the irw command will only do a select few buttons like my KEY_forward but not other buttons like KEY_UP. I cannot create an...
Sorry to bring up and old post- did you ever get the suspend issue fixed?
I have just changed my OE install to a laptop after a machine died, and I am having exactly the same issue you described- wont suspend for more than a few seconds, I use a flirc remote as well. The laptops hdmi audio has dropouts too but that's for another day.
Unfortunately, no. I ended up switching to a FLIRC IR receiver and a Nyko XBox media remote. I configured the buttons, copied over my FLIRC config and haven't had a problem since. I also got a 3 meter USB extension cable so I can have the box tucked away, yet have the FLIRC in a non-visible spot that can still receive the IR signals. Haven't had a problem since.
I have an Acer Revo RL70 with version 7.0.0 installed. I recently tried to enable Wake On LAN but haven't been able to get it working. I have another OpenELEC box (Intel NUC) which does work so I think my network is OK and that it is an OS issue.
Looking deeper running ethtool eth0 give the output below which shows that WOL is enabled (Wake-on: g)
Settings for eth0:
Supported ports: [ TP MII ]
Supported link modes: 10baseT/Half 10baseT/Full...
I run on a small Lenovo box OpenELEC with Kodi 14.2 and have attached a Philips Remote USB Receiver (OVU710001/00) which remained from a Zotac box.
lsub gives me:
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub
Bus 001 Device 007: ID 0471:20cc Philips (or NXP)
Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0409:005a NEC Corp. HighSpeed Hub
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 045e:0745 Microsoft Corp. Nano Transceiver v1.0 for Bluetooth
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub...
i want to control a volume potentiometer. my raspberry gets his infrared signals via lirc and i would like to put on 1 gpio pin an active high, when i receive a lirc command and set the pin low, if there is no signal. so, when i press volume up on my remote, my raspberry gets a lirc signal and sets the pin to high. so if i press volume down, another lirc signal is receiving and another pin is set to high. if nothing is pressed and the pins are low.
I have been trying everything to get my old Xbox XboxDVDDongle remote control working. It used to work great using an older version of openELEC and Kodi version 15.2, but since I have been experimenting with OSMC, and now going back to openELEC which I favor, I just can not get it to work.
I have checked all posts in the forum and tried many things!
I have 3 files:
autostart.sh inside folder: /storage/.config/
lirc_xbox.ko inside folder: /storage/...
Any progress? Are developers aware of this problem?
I would like to have ability override ALL /etc/ files in .config/ (after all it's my system), but back to the topic - overriding eventlircd config files really needed
If the connection breaks during plugin streaming, then the video stops and the user can restart the stream again, at which point, if the openvpn process has gone away, it'll reconnect. It also checks every hour that it's connected too in case openvpn has crashed. IPTV streaming is different because the plugin doesn't recognise what you're doing (due to boring reasons) so there are no hooks to ensure the connection is good still.
No, I'm not talking about losing the IPTV stream, I'm talking...