thanks for the input. I will try this and tell about my results in a few
days (so that I can do detailed tests).
On Sun, 2010-01-17 at 22:13 +0100, Christoph Bartelmus wrote:
> Martin MAURER "martinmaurer@..." wrote:
> > please CC in replies, as I am not member of the list.
> > I've got an X10 radio remote control, which I use together with irexec
> > to execute some commands on my linux PC. I use the atilibusb driver.
> > lirc version is 0.8.6
> > radio remote control (german site, but maybe at least the image helps)
> > http://www.pollin.de/shop/dt/MDI2ODcyOTk-/Computer_und_Zubehoer/Hardware/Mae
> > use_Unterlagen_Joystick/PC_Funkfernbedienung_X10.html
> > The problem is that I sometimes get key presses when I didn't even touch
> > the remote. I guess that there is some interference with something else
> > (maybe my wlan?).
> > Shall I try the kernel module instead of atilibusb? Might this improve
> > the situation?
> With the atilibusb driver you will always receive from all channels.
> I guess your neighbor has the same device... I guess in this situation
> using lirc_atiusb will help, but you will have to use the unique or mask
> module parameter to be able to distinguish specific channels.