Jarod Wilson wrote:
> On Sep 9, 2009, at 6:00 PM, Patrick Calhoun <firstname.lastname@example.org
I have yet to inspect the logs, but I succeeded in controlling my viera
>> I can say that based on the findings reported before,
>> the device does purport to support a carrier change.
> So I still really haven't dug into this, but yeah, those notes
> definitely suggest that it should work.
tv from a windows app. If there was a carrier change involved, I should
be able to identify the command format to do so.
Great news! Your efforts are appreciated!
> That doc also inspired me to poke at the mceusb driver, verifying
> device bring-up stuff, thinking maybe there was something there to
> account for xmit only working on port 2. Wasn't really anything, but
> on a hunch, added the first-gen device to the inverted xmit mask list,
> and bingo, xmit works on both ports for me.
So yeah, you make it sound like you brought a laptop and mceusb on your
> Will commit when I get a chance, don't have great connectivity here
> where I'm vacationing... (using iphone for this mail)
vacation. Don't worry, that's normal.