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File Date Author Commit
 contrib 2000-12-08 columbus columbus [e062ae] device name can be selected from command line
 daemons 2001-01-11 columbus columbus [2b381c] not obvious enough
 doc 2001-01-10 columbus columbus [f4904e] got the codes of the old AVerMedia remote from ...
 drivers 2001-01-11 columbus columbus [8eec32] adjusted number of bits in driver
 remotes 2001-01-11 columbus columbus [8eec32] adjusted number of bits in driver
 tools 2000-12-08 columbus columbus [e062ae] device name can be selected from command line
 .cvsignore 1999-10-09 columbus columbus [ec3045] updated some .cvsignore files
 ANNOUNCE 2000-11-11 columbus columbus [c13f5c] LIRC homepage moved to www.lirc.org
 AUTHORS 2000-07-28 columbus columbus [076b6c] code clean-up (Artur)
 COPYING 1999-04-29 columbus columbus [f41b88] Initial revision
 ChangeLog 2001-01-11 columbus columbus [2b381c] not obvious enough
 INSTALL 1999-09-13 columbus columbus [8deba6] writing docs...
 Makefile.am 2000-04-02 columbus columbus [a41a38] added hardware abstraction layer for TV cards(A...
 NEWS 2001-01-06 columbus columbus [6cdfac] fixed irrecord incompatibility with some receivers
 README 2000-12-08 columbus columbus [0b4b2c] added support for Technisat MediaFocus I,
 TODO 2000-12-15 columbus columbus [2ea6ba] added support for Tekram Irmate 210,
 acconfig.h 2000-12-15 columbus columbus [2ea6ba] added support for Tekram Irmate 210,
 acinclude.m4 2000-12-23 columbus columbus [09c59f] some devfs related changes
 autogen.sh 1999-05-06 wheeley wheeley [80ab1e] added to repository
 configure.in 2001-01-06 columbus columbus [6cdfac] fixed irrecord incompatibility with some receivers
 setup.sh 2001-01-06 columbus columbus [6cdfac] fixed irrecord incompatibility with some receivers

Read Me

This is the README file for LIRC, the Linux Infrared Remote Control
package. The main documentation of this package is available in HTML
format. Please refer to the file doc/doc.html for more information.

If you want to know what LIRC is and where you can get current
versions of LIRC read the ANNOUNCE file.

LIRC uses autoconf to make installation as easy as possible for its
users. The INSTALL file describes generic installation instructions
for packages that use autoconf. However you will only have to read
this file if you want to do something unusual during the installation
process which is described in the documentation very detailed.

If you are upgrading from an older version of LIRC take a look at the
NEWS file which contains all user visible changes between
releases. Also at least read the "Updating from lirc-0.x.x" sections
in the main documentation.