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I'm trying to use LIRC to communicate with my IR Blaster (bought at
http://irblaster.info) to simulate my satellite remote control with my
satellite box (Bell ExpressVu). My MythTV backend is on FreeBSD.
Does anybody have any instructions or any experience with getting LIRC
installed and running under FreeBSD?
In FreeBSD, I don't think there is a /dev/lirc, but I do have an
lircd.conf setup based on specs for my remote I've downloaded, and I am
# lircd -n --device=/dev/ttyd0 /usr/local/etc/lircd.conf
lircd: lircd(dvico) ready
Is this a good sign?
However, I'm also getting this:
# irsend --device=/dev/ttyd0 SEND_ONCE d9 625
irsend: could not connect to socket
irsend: Socket operation on non-socket
(d9 is my remote name)
Therefore, I'm thinking that I don't quite have LIRC installed and setup
right under FreeBSD.
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