Hello, I am under contract with Intel with one of their embedded systems
organizations. Intel is specifying the requirements for a reference design
platform that has an IR remote "blaster" function. Intel is highly
interested in using open source Linux code whenever possible. Therefore
LIRC on the surface looks very interesting but we have the following initial
1. One of the LIRC supported hardware interfaces uses DTR on a serial
port. The Intel hardware reference design does not have a serial port.
However there are plenty of GPIO ports available. I assume a small software
change is possible to use a GPIO pin instead of DTR?
2. There appears to be a large library of remote codes for all the
various TV, etc. remotes out there. Is this as rich as it seems?
3. How robust is the DTR hardware solution?
4. Who can Intel contact with further in depth questions?
William E. Jacobs
Floirda R&D, Inc.
From: Javier Sedano <jsedano@it...> - 2001-04-02 10:34:12
Mathias Mathias wrote:
> I installed LIRC as root and everythink works perfectly. What have I to do,
> that other users then root can use LIRC?
Check that other users can read/write to the sockets (chmod 666
/dev/lircd), and then every user can open a connection to that socket
and receive strings from lircd. That's explained in the documentation,
El trabajo en equipo es esencial, te permite echarle la culpa a otro.
Javier Sedano Jarillo http://www.it.uc3m.es/~jsedano
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