On Sunday 20 February 2011 02:26:21 grarpamp wrote:
> This chip is commonly found in laptops, one of which I've just tried.
> I think FreeBSD is missing a driver for the infrared part of it?
> Linux 2.6.37 claims both receive and transmit capabilities.
> Lirc 0.8.7 and up has an ene0100 interface to it for both receive
> and transmit. So I'll try with Ubuntu 10.10 just to test things out.
> Whereas in Linux ene_ir.c, Maxim notes that ENE helped out with
> documentation. Perhaps those docs can be shared with FreeBSD / nox?
> Thanks nox for bringing lirc to 0.9.0+, that's half the battle :)
You can try compiling the file from the linux kernel with webcamd, from SVN.