Actually I've progressed
I can get the signal with lircd and irw but the format is very different that a usual lircd.conf
when I start irrecord I've got
Press RETURN to continue.
Hold down an arbitrary button.
irrecord: time 1151243171.595062 type 1 code 148 value 1
irrecord: code 80010094
irrecord: time 1151243171.595070 type 1 code 148 value 0
irrecord: code 00010094
irrecord: time 1151243171.595074 type 0 code 0 value 0
irrecord: code 00000000
irrecord: gap not found, can't continue
irrecord: closing '/dev/input/event5'
My two cents:
Does the driver your are using even exist, the lircd.conf file is made
by the irrecord utility.
On 6/25/06, Benoit Boulinguiez < email@example.com> wrote:
> So I got the way to kill it with a kill -9 PID
> Now, when I start lircd correctly I guess
> '$ sudo lircd --driver=dev/input --device=/dev/input/event5
> lircd: could not open config file '/etc/lircd.conf'
> lircd: No such file or directory'
> so I start irw to be able to make the lircd.conf but irw doesn't get
> anything. However the remote works because I can currently control the
> equip: avermedia usb2 dvb-t
> All the best
> 2006/6/25, Benoit Boulinguiez
> <firstname.lastname@example.org >:
> > Hi,
> > when I start lircd manually I can't stop it afterwards.
> > How can I kill it from the shell ?
> > killall lircd and kill #PID don't do anything
> > all the best
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