Boy, that answer *does* sound like a FAQ... Sorry for that. I really did
try to find the answer to this one...
I'm going to give IR Assistant a try.
05/21/02 11:38 cc:
Subject: Re: [WinLIRC]
Shutting down Windows NT from
> I hope this is not a FAQ, but I can't seem to find the answer to it. Is
> there a way to use WinLIRC to shut down my Windows NT PC?
> I guess a broader question would be is there a way to get WinLIRC (or
> sort of plugin) to launch programs when a button is pressed? I have a
> command-line tool to shut down the PC; if I could run it, that would be
> Thank you for any assistance you might be able to give me!
WinLIRC is just a server, you need additional programs to do anything
useful. To run arbitrary programs, check out UICE, IRAssistant, PC
Remote Control, IReX, Girder, or any of the other programs linked to
from the bottom of http://winlirc.sourceforge.net/ -- they all support
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