On 3/31/2010 12:54 AM, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 9:07 PM, Scott<pickle136@...> wrote:
>> On 03/30/2010 11:45 AM, Jarod Wilson wrote:
>>> On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 10:54 AM, Scott<pickle136@...> wrote:
>>>> Finally got my topseed to work, looks like my first transmit input was
>>>> hosed, the second transmit input works
>>> Hrm... Can you reload lirc_mceusb with debug=1 and send the dmesg
>>> output over my way? Curious to see what its reporting as its xmitter
>>> mask... Only port 2 working is often a sign that you're using an
>>> inverted xmit mask from what the device actually has. Both ports are
>>> working here, so it would seem either I mistakenly removed the device
>>> from the inverted mask list, or the device comes in flavors both with
>>> and without inverted xmit masks.
>>> The good news is that I believe with a bit of coding, we can actually
>>> remove that inverted mask list, as the device itself will in fact tell
>>> you what mask type it uses if you send it the right query commands at
>>> initialization time. We just need to capture, store and use that info.
>> Here you go:
> Never mind. I'm a moron, and committed to cvs with the 0x0008 device
> line commented out in the inverted xmit mask list. cvs up, and both
> ports should work now.
> Oddly though, your dmesg output seemed to be missing a ton of
> information I expected to see in it... Maybe I missed something else.
> Fighting too many fires at once right now...
Was i supposed to build lirc with debug enbled?