Thanks for the reply, I make this:

sudo mkdir /var/run/lirc
sudo lircd -d /dev/lirc0

And now works great:

$ irw
000000000000043a 00 up RM-ED006
0000000000000c3a 00 down RM-ED006
00000000000008ba 00 enter RM-ED006

But when I reboot the computer the /var/run/lirc doesn't exist.

This is my hardware.conf:

$ cat /etc/lirc/hardware.conf

REMOTE="MCE"
REMOTE_MODULES="lirc_mceusb2"
REMOTE_DRIVER="default"
REMOTE_DEVICE="/dev/lirc0"
REMOTE_SOCKET=""
REMOTE_LIRCD_CONF=""
REMOTE_LIRCD_ARGS=""

TRANSMITTER="None"
TRANSMITTER_MODULES=""
TRANSMITTER_DRIVER=""
TRANSMITTER_DEVICE=""
TRANSMITTER_SOCKET=""
TRANSMITTER_LIRCD_CONF=""
TRANSMITTER_LIRCD_ARGS=""

START_LIRCD="false"
#START_LIRCMD="false"
LOAD_MODULES="true"
LIRCMD_CONF=""
FORCE_NONINTERACTIVE_RECONFIGURATION="false"
START_LIRCMD=""

Is it correct?

How can I solve the reboot problem?

I will continue searching, thanks for all.

2009/12/6 Christoph Bartelmus <lirc@bartelmus.de>
Hi!

Josu Lazkano "josu.lazkano@gmail.com" wrote:

> Thanks for your reply, this theoutput of the "lircd":
>
> $ lircd
> lircd: can't open or create /var/run/lirc/lircd.pid
> lircd: No such file or directory

mkdir /var/run/lirc

Raise a bug report on the package that you're using. It should have
created the directory for you.

Christoph

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