Thank you very much! Now I understand better, so I don't need the devinput driver. This my driver list:

###
HP:/etc/lirc# lircd --driver=help
Driver `help' not supported.
Supported drivers:
    accent
    alsa_usb
    asusdh
    atilibusb
    audio_alsa
    bte
    bw6130
    creative
    creative_infracd
    default
    devinput
    dsp
    dvico
    ea65
    i2cuser
    irlink
    irman
    livedrive_midi
    livedrive_seq
    logitech
    macmini
    mp3anywhere
    mplay
    mouseremote
    mouseremote_ps2
    null
    pcmak
    pinsys
    pixelview
    samsung
    sb0540
    silitek
    tira
    udp
    uirt2
    uirt2_raw
    usb_uirt_raw
    usbx
###

There is no lirc_sir one, I must compile it? Can I install with apt-get install?

I will search more about it. Thanks for all.

2009/7/15 Jarod Wilson <jarod@wilsonet.com>
On Tuesday 14 July 2009 19:30:31 Josu Lazkano wrote:
> Thanks for your response.
>
> I have an USB receiver too, it works.

Completely irrelevant to the IR hardware on your nx8220. :)

> And I configured this way:
>
> ###
> cat /proc/bus/input/devices
>
> I: Bus=0003 Vendor=2304 Product=0236 Version=0100
> N: Name="IR-receiver inside an USB DVB receiver"
> P: Phys=usb-0000:00:1d.7-2/ir0
> S: Sysfs=/class/input/input10
> U: Uniq=
> H: Handlers=kbd event10
> B: EV=3
> B: KEY=14afc336 284284d 0 0 0 4 80058000 2190 40000801 9e96c0 0 900200 ffd
> ###
>
> and the hardware.conf goes like this:
>
> ###
> LIRCD_ARGS="-d /dev/input/event10"
> #START_LIRCMD=false
> #START_IREXEC=true
> LOAD_MODULES=true
> DRIVER="devinput"
> DEVICE="/dev/input/event10"
> MODULES=""
> LIRCD_CONF="/etc/lirc/lircd.conf"
> LIRCMD_CONF="/etc/lirc/lircmd.conf"
> ###
>
> But the serial one I don't know where to find. There is not on
> /dev/input/eventX.
>
> Can someone help finding it?

Like I said before *there is no input device driver for it*. It *might*
work with the lirc_sir driver, in which case a /dev/lircX device node
will be created, and you'll use that as the device with the default
DRIVER. You'll have to do some investigation to figure out what your
onboard IR chipset actually is, if its connected via serial, and then
try building lirc_sir in such a way as to work with it. Beyond that,
there's not much more I can suggest, unless there's someone here that
has the same hardware and can tell you for certain what you need to do.

--
Jarod Wilson
jarod@wilsonet.com



--
Josu Lazkano