This sounds awesome! I'd vote for a point release when this is integrated and fully tested :)

The number of "how to get your imon working" docs/posts out there right now is insane, and the 2 separate device issue doesn't help matters.

You rock!

Jarod Wilson wrote the following on 6/12/2009 11:06 AM:
On Jun 12, 2009, at 5:38 AM, Xaero wrote:

should work for 0038 device too?

Yep. Should apply to everything between 0034 and 0046. The mouse  
functionality should work for the ffdc devices too, I believe (need to  
double-check that).

2009/6/11 Jarod Wilson <>
On Nov 10, 2008, at 4:17 PM, Rene Harder wrote:

I saw that someone added the support for the iMON 15c2:0034 device
lately. There is a problem, this device is not a regular IR/LCD.
Actually it's a 7 VGA/LCD with a touchscreen and I think the 0035  
the 4.3" version.

I attached a patch which brings support for the touchscreen and the
on the remote as a regular kernel input device. I decided to split
driver completely from the lirc_imon driver because there are some
issues which forced me to rewrite most of the lirc_imon code  
both USB interfaces in only one lirc-device etc.)
I've been sitting on this, hoping to take a closer look at it for ages
now. Well, the past few days, I finally did... Rather than add a
separate driver though, I'm currently working on merging this into the
current lirc_imon driver, as the part that combines both usb
interfaces into a single lirc device benefits pretty much all recent
imon devices, as does the setup of the PAD being toggle-able between
up/down/left/right keys and actual mouse functionality.

As it stands right now, I have both interfaces on my 0045 (Antec-
branded iMON UltraBay) being combined into a single device and mouse
functionality working. Still debugging a few things, but hoping to
have a patch for folks to try out this weekend...

Jarod Wilson

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