On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 11:48 PM, james . <wipmonkey@...> wrote:
> not working for me whats your hardware.conf look like
hardware.conf is a Debianism. I don't run Debian or a Debian-derived
> or your lircd args look like?
There are none, all works using the defaults, which is driver =
default (lirc kernel device) and device /dev/lirc0.
> do you need to load any other modules than the ones it needs to receive?
How recent an lirc checkout are you running? There was one fix that
was necessary that got committed a day or two after the initial bits.
If current cvs isn't working, unload lirc_mceusb, reload it with
'modprobe lirc_mceusb debug=1' and shoot me the dmesg output, and I'll
try to make sense of it.
> On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 08:52, Jarod Wilson <jarod@...> wrote:
>> On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 10:25 AM, Jarod Wilson <jarod@...> wrote:
>> > On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 3:02 AM, james . <wipmonkey@...> wrote:
>> >> Has any one gotten this remote to transmit? if so what does your
>> >> /etc/lirc/hardware.conf look like? The receive part works great.. I was
>> >> hoping to replace my flaky IguanaIR USB POS. I have read on this
>> >> mailing
>> >> list that people eventually git the remote working but I wonder if
>> >> anyone
>> >> used the transmit part..
>> >> lsusb output:
>> >> 1784:0008 TopSeed Technology Corp.
>> >> AVS Gear GP-IR02BK
>> > I've now got one of these in hand, courtesy of Greg Oliver. Receive
>> > does work just fine, but I can definitely confirm the transmit side is
>> > currently non-functional under Linux. I finally got around to setting
>> > up something I could actually test it with under Windows Vista, only
>> > to find that usbsnoop with this device likes to bluescreen my Vista
>> > install, and the device has no XP driver. That's the extent of Windows
>> > boxes I have atm. Greg was going to try to get some packet captures on
>> > his end and send them my way for analysis though. I'm also looking at
>> > a few trialware usb snoopers, one of which I may break down and pay
>> > for, if I like it... (usblyzer and hhd's dms are the current
>> > front-runners). Moral of the story is that transmit *will* be
>> > supported on these devices relatively soon.
>> Topseed 0x0008 (aka GP-IR02BK) users... Please give current cvs a try,
>> transmit *should* be working now. Its working here, anyway...
>> Jarod Wilson