I still can't get this to work, I need to get two lirc deamons
working for the following config:
1. I have a transmitter, which works only when using /dev/lirc0 (for
some reason, starting the lircd on /dev/lirc1 says the transmitter is
not supported on this one)
2. I have a hauppauge PVR 350 and I want to use it's remote. The
remote works (I got it to work once)
I tried compiling with the following command line:
#> ./configure --with-port=3D0x3f8 --with-irq=3D4 --with-transmitter
The 'make' and 'make install' - no problems there.
But when I start lircd --driver=3D? I see only the 'default' driver.
I can get two lircd instances working, one on /dev/lirc0 and one on
/dev/lirc1 but the send command only works with /dev/lirc0 and the
irxevent stopped working altogether...
This is my modules.d file for ivtv:
alias char-major-81 videodev
alias char-major-81-0 ivtv
options ivtv ivtv-debug=3D1
#options ivtv ivtv-debug=3D1 mpg-buffers=3D90
options tuner type=3D6
options msp3400 once=3D1 simple=3D1 debug=3D0
add below ivtv msp3400 saa7115 tuner
alias char-major-61-0 lirc_i2c
alias char-major-61-1 lirc_serial
options lirc_serial irq=3D4 io=3D0x3f8
#add below ivtv lirc_dev lirc_i2c
I am using gentoo, which means I need to run 'modules-update' when I'm
done, I see the lirc_dev, lirc_i2c and lirc_serial were uploaded using
lsmod. Can I see what major/minor they use?
Thanks in advance,
On 16 Jun 2005 07:04:00 +0200, Christoph Bartelmus <lirc@...> wrot=
> Shaul Kedem "shaul.kedem@..." wrote:
> > I should add that I checked the tar downloaded from gentoo and it's
> > exactly the same as the one in the lirc site. Both have the same
> > problem.
> --with-driver=3Dany works in 0.7.1. The problem must be on your side.
> Home-brew serial and i2c hardware only need the default driver anyway.
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