I'm not sure but from many posts, I learned that the 200L does not work very
well when trying to learn commands from 58k frequency, you'll need find
better receiver with 56k sensor. Also the sending part on 58k frequency does
not work with older lirc_sir, you'll need to modify kernel or get special
patch, possibly its been fixed in CVS version but I dont know, most likely
its still not possible to use 58k frequency in lirc_sir driver, only
lirc_serial might be supporting 58k. Search lists on SF on this subject...
From: Stuart Felenstein
Subject: Re: irw
Few other things:
My cable box is a SA3100 , so supposedly operating at 57600 carrier
frequency. Now I have seen the posts that say that won't work , but that
carrier freq is defined in lirc_sir.c so that wouldn't make sense.
Anyway I am trying the file out of the remotes tar Explorer_2000
I sent a change_channel.csh 13
Send 1 was fine, Send 3 was fine, I get an error on Enter, as "Unknown
Not sure where to fix that and if it's fixed will it work.
Stuart Felenstein wrote:
Installed lirc for the actisys 200L. irw does not seem to be working.
Enabling debug has not shed any light either.
Once I modprobe lir_sir and then /sbin/lircd , log say lircd(act200L) ready
then when I activate irw log say "accepted new client on /dev/lircd"
after irw hangs , I ctrl-c log say "removed client"
mode2 does work, irrecord has had mixed results.
irrecord will detect an RC-6 then hang forever while it looks for a toggle
other times it has created a file for me as a RC-5 , goes through the steps
and then the definitions of names / buttons.
I was under the assumption that irw should be tried first and if nothing ,
to suspect something is wrong?
I just dont see where the problem could be.
It compiles with the lirc package...
From: Donald Duquet [mailto:dsduquet@...]=20
Sent: Sunday, May 09, 2004 10:42 AM
I searched my FC1 install and there is no irw. Where can I download this
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