From: David Karlsson <david.karlsson@ho...> - 2001-12-04 16:52:01
I am developing some programs and are just about to add in
control from a remote. Even tough I havent built my
LIRC-hardware yet I would like to test and keep on
programing so I thought that the network suport would be
great. Am I totaly wrong if I think it would work without
any hardware? I compiled lirc-0.6.4.tar.gz on my Redhat 6.9
system (yes I shall upgrade soon) and used the "only network
connection" as hardware choice.
But when I try to start lircd I get the following message:
lircd-0.6.4: there's no hardware I can use and no peers are
Is it possible to run the lircd as a deamon without any
hardware and send simulated keystrokes to it from another
Thanks in advance,
David Karlsson "david.karlsson@..." wrote:
> Is it possible to run the lircd as a deamon without any
> hardware and send simulated keystrokes to it from another
Yes, the other program usually is another lircd running on a different
machine, but you can also connect it to some other program that uses the
same protocol (i.e. essentially what you see with irw).
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