> giopas wrote:
>> I would like to use my "Terratec Cinergy T USB XS" usb key on my Debian
>> Sid/experimental, but I'm not able to succesfully compile and load lirc
>> module from debian repository or from cvs _in order to use the remote
>> control. I've read lirc FAQs, but I'm not sure if I really have to recompile
>> the whole kernel just for lirc (I successfully loads madwifi and uvc modules).
>> Here some information:
>>> uname -r
>> here you can find the whole:
>>> lsusb -v:
>>>> Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0419:0001 Samsung Info. Systems America, Inc.
>>>> IrDA Remote Controller
>>>> Device Descriptor:
>>>> bLength 18
>>>> bDescriptorType 1
>>>> bcdUSB 1.00
>>>> bDeviceClass 0 (Defined at Interface level)
>>>> bDeviceSubClass 0
>>>> bDeviceProtocol 0
>>>> bMaxPacketSize0 8
>>>> idVendor 0x0419 Samsung Info. Systems America, Inc.
>>>> idProduct 0x0001 IrDA Remote Controller
> I've tried to go further, but I can't do anything. :(
> I've updated lirc sources to last cvs avaible, but I don't know wich
> driver have I to use.
> Can anyone help me, please.... even just to say "your remote control
> chipset doesn't work, stop bother us" :D
> Thank you!
I've updated today to last cvs avaible, but I can't still configure my
irda usb controller. Did someone succeded make it working on linux?
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