(Delayed replies from me right now, on vacation...)
Suspected it might be something like that. Nb: lirc_zilog is really
the more appropriate driver here, and lirc_i2c will actually likely
disappear relatively soon now -- work is being done to merge its
functionality into ir-kbd-i2c, which is being (or has been) ported to
On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 6:17 AM, Andrea Amerini <amerini_a@...> wrote:
> Thanks Matt your patch, works like a charm!!!
> So I think that should be pushed in upstream.
> I've tested on 0.8.7pre2 tarball,Kernel 220.127.116.11 32-bit.
> Anyway meanwhile I've solved using ir_kbd_i2c and dev/input driver with lirc.
> Thanks again to everyone for yours advices and help.
> ----- Messaggio originale -----
> Da: Matt Edlefsen <matt.edlefsen@...>
> A: lirc-list <lirc-list@...>
> Inviato: Sab 7 agosto 2010, 06:03:32
> Oggetto: Re: lirc_i2c, pvr-150 and 2.6.33 kernel
> On Fri, 2010-08-06 at 22:11 -0500, Nishant Limbachia wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 8:05 AM, Andrea Amerini <amerini_a@...>
>> Hello,sorry for my dumbness,but still I need to understand
>> what's wrong with my
>> Hauppauge pvr-150 card and new linux kernels with version
>> major of 2.6.33.
>> My remote doesn't get discovered anymore.I'm using
>> lirc-0.87pre2,kernel 18.104.22.168
>> Slackware 13.1 stock.
>> Until 2.6.32.x kernels ithe remote works fine instead.So I
>> something break in new kernels,but I'm unable to figure what
>> it's wrong.
>> I know about the new lirc_zilog driver,but it's still too
>> hackish for myself.
>> Someone could gently give me some advice?
>> I'm using Slackware 13.1 (64-bit) and had same problem with 2.6.33
>> series kernels. Suddenly my hauppauge 350 won't work. I actually
>> posted on this forum and Jarod and Christoph were kind enough to
>> provide some answers but I couldn't figure it out completely. Anyway,
>> I always wanted to move away from Hauppauge remotes and use universal
>> remote. I moved to iguanaIR and radioshack 15-100 remote. Your
>> situation may be different. Please search the list archives for
>> "possible kernel oops with lirc_serial" and you'll come across my
>> Hope that helps,
> I'm using 2.6.34 and had the same problems. I've looked into it a
> couple times and finally found something that worked (for me at least).
> I noticed that ir-kbd-i2c loaded correctly and found that it included
> this line, but lirc_i2c did not. Adding this one line fixed it.
> I have a Hauppauge PVR-150 on i686 Arch Linux.
> Simply apply this patch with
> patch -p0 -f
> or, if you're using arch, you can used the attached src package.
> Hope this helps.
> - Matt Edlefsen
> P.S. Sorry about the potential double post, I accidentally replied using
> the wrong email address the first time.
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