Just put in

/etc/sysconfig/modules/

a file "lirc.modules" containing this:

modprobe lirc_gpio >/dev/null 2>&1

Of course, you have to change lirc_gpio for the
module you actually use.


/Paulo Roma.

On 11/20/06, . <bcomo@cox.net> wrote:
I am unable to get the irexec daemon to load properly. This is on a
Fedora Core 6 system. I have tried:

/etc/rc.d/rc.local
/home/myaccount/.bash_profile
/home/myaccount/.Xsessions
The Gnome Sessions application.

I can start irexec from a terminal in Gnome with the -d option and
everything works ok. Any ideas.
I did have it working properly on a Fedora Core 4 system but can't
remember what I did to set it up.
Thanks in advance.
Byron Como

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