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From: Eric Jorgensen <alhaz@xm...> - 2001-09-25 01:24:37
Mark Grimes wrote:
> Has anyone contemplated adapting the hardware and/or software to RF?
There's already some RF hardare out there, x10.com sells some. I have
their silly "MP3 Remote" here, and their reciever looks like it should
be pretty easy to write a lirc driver for, but i haven't had enough
giveashit to mess with it much other than seeing if it by some
coincidence works with an existing driver. It was a freebie. fwiw, it
looks like the reciever decodes the rf with a PIC and sends hex values
over regular rs232.
No reason why someone couldn't design a simple rf reciever that would
detect on/off pulses from a transmitter and twiddle lines on the serial
port just like the lower end ir recievers do. I have no idea what the
FCC restrictions would be in the US.
From: Diego G. Iastrubni <iastrubn@ac...> - 2001-12-08 21:30:38
I am installing my linux box (it's a linux mandrake 8.1), and a part of it is lirc.
The package (0.6.4) copmiled well on linus'es kernels, but now I am using the mandrake default
The package compiels and installs but it does not load the drivers needed, and it need some
more modules? The problem is devfs. basicly how do I insert a lirc moduls with a kernel comfigured with devfs?
<private to Jun Liu>
1) the stupid lirc mailing list archive didnot write you mail, so please contact me privatly.
2) how did you fix the problem? (you reported this but about 4-3 months ago?
</private to Jun Liu>
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