Ah. Well, that was probably why it wasn't working! :-)
I think I'm getting a good handle on how this whole thing works. The
difficult part was understanding the client/server aspect and the common
config. file. The *clients* are the ones that read the lirc.conf file!
On Tue, Jul 11, 2000 at 10:21:53AM -0400, Paul Fox wrote:
> > It came to me this morning, does irexec need to be running as a daemon=
> > something?
> yes. it's a little counter-intuitive, but any program mentioned
> in a "prog =3D " line needs to be started independently.
> because there's a single configuration file, it feels like there
> must be a master daemon that reads it, and spawns the programs
> it refers to. but that is not the case.
Exactly! Now that I understand this, everything is much clearer! :-)
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