From: Dan Berger <dan@th...> - 2003-12-05 04:42:08
Hi all.. I asked about this last week but got no response... I'm gonnat
try again before banging my head against the wall :)
I have an Actisys IR-200L blaster and I want to use it to send signals to my
Scientific Atlanta 2100 cable box.
I insatlled a second lirc named remote (changes char major and port) to use
lirc_sir (beause I also use my Hauppauge's remote)
/proc/interrupts shows remote_sir on irq 4 /proc/ioports shows remote_sir is
That means its set up on com1
In modules.conf, I have:
setserial /dev/ttyS0 uart none
In rc.local, I have:
alias char-major-72 remote_sir
below remote_sir remote_dev
options remote_sir irq=4 io=0x3f8
I get no errors loading things up. It loads up fine according to /bin/dmesg.
I have my lirc conf in my etc folder. I have read that those who have tried
using this calbe box just use the Scientific Atlanta conf file with the line
"frequency 57000." I added it. But it did not work. I then tried creating my
own conf file with irrecord.
I saw dots while configuring it and set the button names but that did not
work as well.
Please, help a brotha out!
From: Karl Bongers <karl@tu...> - 2003-12-05 07:09:37
> I have an Actisys IR-200L blaster and I want to use it to send signals to=
> Scientific Atlanta 2100 cable box.
> I have my lirc conf in my etc folder. I have read that those who have tri=
> using this calbe box just use the Scientific Atlanta conf file with the l=
> "frequency 57000." I added it. But it did not work. I then tried creating=
> own conf file with irrecord.
Hi Dan, the lirc_sir output is hardcoded at 38000 khz. The lirc_serial can
adjust it's frequency output, but lirc_sir does not. lirc_sir uses the
baud rate/rs232 character pattern to make the output frequency,
57000 is possible, but it would require changes in the driver.
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