I've tried it in every USB port (4 x USB2 and 4 x USB3) and did the lsusb command each time. It's listed every time but never works.
I haven't tried unplugging / plugging while in OpenELEC though. I'll check that and your Ebay references tomorrow night, or tonight I should say, it's 12.45am here.
I read a bit on the flirc forums and yes, there seems to be mixed results, so I'll look at any alternative options you come up with. This setup is useless without a remote.
Just checking... have you plugged it into a non-USB 3.0 port? I'm reading some reports about this receiver not working on USB 3.0 ports.
Also, does anything happen if you plug it out and back in again when OpenELEC is running?
I've read mixed opinions about Flirc (mainly slow repeat rates), it might be a better idea to gamble on another RC6 receiver. If you don't mind shopping in China, check Ebay for "OVU430006" or "SMK IR", I've had success with both of those. I can check my devices and their...
I've already got the usb options in the bios set to legacy otherwise it won't pick up my usb keyboard either. Pretty sure fast boot is already disabled but I'll double check. I haven't seen any way to disable uefi boot though.
On another note, I'm also playing with the lsusb command, after some advice on the xbmc forums. For the new PC it produces this output...
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 8087:8008 Intel Corp.
Bus 002 Device 002: ID 8087:8000 Intel Corp.
Bus 003 Device 002: ID 0471:0815 Philips...
I'm using OpenElec 3.2.4 on a RPI connected in HDMI to a Pioneer amplifier which is connected to a Panasonic TV (TX-P42V20e). Everything is working great, HD movies are played smoothly. My plan is to not switch off my RPI. I did not modify anything (yet?) the config.txt file.
My only issue is the TV remote control :
- If I boot up the RPI, the TV remote control is recognized as a CEC adapter and I can navigate in OpenElec using my TV remote control. But, let say after 1-2 days, if I...
It seems to be picked up fine during the boot process.
One experience I had: I ordered a HP remote from a nice man in China. It arrived in perfect condition, I pressed buttons, but it never worked. Turned out the battery was empty -- it had just enough power to make the receiver blink, but it sent out garbage, apparently. Replaced the battery and it worked fine. Perhaps this is the case with your remote as well?
If that's not it, you can try playing with the raw lirc tools a bit... irw and...
MY X10 Mediom remote works fine - out of the box without any extra config files , lirc etc...
i'm using only autostart.sh with delay and period
The remote works fine with OpenElec 3.2 for many month.
Now - with openelec 4 beta 5 something going wrong .
Maybe openelec change type of recognized remote or change type of used driver , maybe something else.
I don't know.
Please excuse my bad english too
I've got a simple learning remote (Sony RM-VLZ620). I've teached the power button from a HP MCE remote to this remote as this indeed seems to be the only way to wake up the NUC. I don't think any setting on the Linux can do the trick as no software is running when the device is powered off. Maybe there could be some way to reprogram the IR receiver on the NUC in order to configure the wake up code, but I'm not aware of that.
The scan code for MCE power button is 0x800ff40c .
I'm trying wake up from suspend my openelec (gotham beta 5) install with my remote configured with LIRC.
Config details :
- intel nuc i3 (with built in CIR) and openelec 4 Beta 5 installed.
- Old Sony remote (not MCE) configured with LIRC (all buttons mapped in lircd.conf, lircmap.xml and keymap.xml). everything is working great.
- XBMC is going on suspend (blue power button blinking) with the remote.
I'm trying now to find a way to resume my nuc from my configured remote but I'm...
I've got several tuners and an inbuilt IR receiver in the HTPC (Haswell NUC). I've made a key table table that I load with ir-keytable from autostart.sh. However, when I plug in several tuners sometimes the order of the IR receivers is changed and my ir-keytable command does not seem to apply correctly. Is there a way to either a) make sure that the inbuilt IR receiver is always the first device or b) disable all the IR receivers in the tuners?