Hi. I have no access to the code right now.

I think there was a debug module parameter that should enable more detailed output. You could try that.

The messages about the IRQ being acquired and then released should match the opening and closing of the device by the mode2 program. That seems to be working, but the driver sends no output.

For now just check whether you get more information by activating the debug parameter. I'll try to check the code and see whether it should be logging interrupts too...

Best regards,

    Juan Jesús.

El 13 de abril de 2010 13:02, Lorenzo Ripani <sr.jackal@gmail.com> escribió:

Hi Juan, 

I've just tried this but still no signals. The receiver works because i've succesfully tested under windows. 

Is there anything I could debug to see where is the problem ? I try with the module but i only get this:

lirc_wpc8769l: Found WEC1020 device via ACPI.

lirc_wpc8769l: lirc_wpc8769l device found to use 0x0600, 0x0620 I/O bases, IRQ #4.

lirc_dev: lirc_register_driver: sample_rate: 0

lirc_wpc8769l: Driver loaded.

IRQ 4/lirc_wpc8769l: IRQF_DISABLED is not guaranteed on shared IRQs

lirc_wpc8769l: IRQ 4 obtained.

lirc_wpc8769l: Freed IRQ 4

Tnx for your replay

2010/4/12 Juan Jesús García de Soria Lucena <skandalfo@gmail.com>

That message should not have any effect, I think...

Try ensuring that lircd is not running and pointing mode2 directly to /dev/lirc0...

2010/3/8 Lorenzo Ripani <sr.jackal@gmail.com>


Hi i've a Acer aspire 6930. I can load the driver lirc_wpc8769l in fact in
dmesg i can see:

lirc_dev: IR Remote Control driver registered, major 61
lirc_wpc8769l: Found WEC1020 device via ACPI.
lirc_dev: lirc_register_driver: sample_rate: 0
lirc_wpc8769l: Driver loaded.

but when I try to receive signals with mode2 I find this message in dmesg:

IRQ 4/lirc_wpc8769l: IRQF_DISABLED is not guaranteed on shared IRQs

and nothing happend....

Can anyone help me ? Thanks in advance
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