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Delock IR to USB Remote Control Adapter

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Small linux application for the Delock IR to USB adapter 61574. It detects IR commands from a (universal) IR remote control and creates x windows events. Used to control xbmc when keyboard commands for up, down, etc. are created from IR commands.

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    Hi Mehdi, Currently I stopped working on this project. Regarding the initialization I copied this from a Windows analyzer, it kind of worked. Improving it currently is out of my scope - using interrupt_write sounds like a good idea. Best regards, dasmuli

    Posted 03/29/2013
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    Hi! Thanks to share this software with us, it is a good starting point to do something with this infrared USB stick. I'm quite new in USB programming so I have few questions: You are sending init_data[6]={0x55,0xaa,0x02,0x00,0xff,0xff}; before reading. Is it a kind of device configuration? I successfully communicate with an arduino by a serial infrared link, but the range is really short. You said you want to improve it. How can you do that? I guess bulk_write bulk_read is for serial communication through IR (IRDA). For me interrupt_write would be for other protocols such as rc5. no? a last thing: if you want a serial access to your device: sudo modprobe usbserial vendor=0x1685 product=0x0200 (this will create for example /dev/usb0, so any program dealing with a serial link will have access) Thanks, Mehdi

    Posted 03/27/2013
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