Fekete-K=C3=A1llai Kriszti=C3=A1n writes:
> Sam Varshavchik =C3=ADrta:
>> In my build scripts, lirc_gpio and lirc_parallel are marked as broken,=20
>> and they have not been compilable since at least 0.8.0. I do not know=20
>> whether lirc_gpio is really the module that you need to use. If you=20
>> do, you're SOL.
> I've tried to compile the lirc_gpio module with using the lirc-0.7.2=20
> package without any success. The error was same as in my prior message.
>> Otherwise, I believe that you can specify, via an option to configure,=20
>> which modules you want to build. For PVR cards' built in remote,=20
>> lirc_i2c is the only module you need.
> I've tried my remote with lirc_i2c module by choosing during setup=20
> Winfast PVR2000, (although I have WinFast TV2000/XP). It has compiled=20
> perfectly. Modprobe lirc_i2c was ok, than I started lircd and irw, but=20
> it didn't recognise any signal from my remote.
> I've read some posts on Ubuntu forums, that many people have succeded i=
> setting up WinFast TV2000's remote.
> My system is Ubuntu 6.10 with 2.6.17-10-generic kernel.
> What I'am doing wrong?
Nothing. Like I said, when I initially built lirc, lirc_gpio and=20
lirc_parallel did not compile, so I marked them as broken, and disabled i=
Apparently, this is not popular hardware. Most people use Hauppauge PVRs=20
with ivtv and MythTV, and the lirc_i2c module. It looks like lirc_gpio=20
broke a long time ago, and has not been fixed.