I have a slight problem concerning lirc-0.6.6's
"Network connections only" compilation option.
I have one headless box that I'm using to
IR signals via an IRMan receiver. I'd like it to
it's signals to a (faster) server so that processing
can be done there (it's sending audio back to the
originating box via ESD).
LIRC runs great on the headless box, and
establishes it's connection to the server exactly as
I'd like it to, however, the server fails to stay
running. When I compile with no drivers and run
"/usr/local/sbin/lircd -l", I get the following
lircd 0.6.6: there's no hardware I can use and no
peers are specified
I've looked through every possible bit of
documentation I can find, but nowhere does it
how to specify peers that are allowed to connect (or
I'm just having a brain-fart). When I compile with
other drivers, lircd complains about not being able
interface with /dev/lirc (>/dev/ttyS0) once the
network client connects, then promptly dies.
I've even tried tying /dev/lirc to /dev/null in
the hope that it'd be enough to satisfy lircd and
it running, but no dice.
I've read several posts from people who've
obviously accomplished this, but nothing on the
configuration. Any help anyone could offer would be
greatly appreciated :)
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