ASRock ION 330HT (2nd gen) - built-in IR, which lirc driver? - Printable Version
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- X3lectric - 2009-12-26 00:05
lirc on resume script issue already posted and resolved.
- andyjayh - 2009-12-26 00:45
Ah, I may of misunderstood your resume script X3, I thought it was to ensure the remote would bring the ASRock out of standby by forcing a change to the "wakeup" file and keeping the CIR as enabled?
If it is to enable the remote to function when the ASRock comes out of standby then you have resolved my last issue, and many thanks to that man
I will go and re-read you script details now
- LogicalShrapnel - 2009-12-26 23:07
X3lectric Wrote:lirc on resume script issue already posted and resolved.
I am experiencing this exact problem. I knew I had read this post and I was been up and down the thread twice without finding it. I was about to post a comment asking someone to help me look but went and did a final search. Here is the wiki page with details for anyone else looking:
Off to try it out!
- keoma - 2009-12-26 23:22
lircDriver=$(dmesg | grep usbcore | grep -i 'lirc' | sed -e "s/.* \(lirc*\)/\1/" | head -n 1)
works for me
- LogicalShrapnel - 2009-12-27 00:20
That did the trick for me too! Thanks!
For reference, there is no match for lirc when using usbcore (probably since the internal IR is not on USB)
It does show up though:
Anyway, just apply the change keoma suggested if it doesn't work for you initially. It's not as generic, but since you know which driver to use it doesn't really matter.
- jpterj - 2009-12-28 13:20
I am trying to get this remote/IR-receiver to work under OpenSUSE 11.2 but have some problems.
The binary lirc_wb677.ko supplied is compiled on a slightly newer version of the kernel so I had to compile it myself. According to modinfo only the vermagic attribute seems to differ.
When trying to use irrecord to make a lircd.conf it seems to work until it checks for toggle bitmask. Then it says: No toggle bit mask found.
But I know for sure that RC6 has a toggle bit!
If I remove all codes from the suppled lircd.conf and use it as a template for irrecord I can record all buttons with what seems to be reasonable values, but when using the resulting lircd.conf file with lirc irw still does not make any output.
So my question to you who have it working, which of the three remotes defined in the supplied lircd.conf is actually used?
- marathont - 2009-12-29 20:31
I tried this as well, and it seemed to work. But now there is another problem.
The first time I try to suspend, it works and I can successfully resume using the remote.
But after that, every time I try to suspend(via remote or menu), it shuts down, but immediately resumes itself.
- andyjayh - 2009-12-29 20:53
marathont Wrote:I tried this as well, and it seemed to work. But now there is another problem.
Ah, I'm not the only one with this problem then Mine acts in the same way and i can't work it out??
- X3lectric - 2009-12-30 14:34
Maybe something is wrong...
Works like a charm - Winis - 2009-12-30 16:36
Don´t know if anyone of you have checked recently, but there is now a linux driver for the remote available at Asrocks homepage.
I have just installed Ubuntu 9.10 x64 on my 330HT and installed xbmc after that (according to the guide posted here). Installed Nvidia drivers and then the remote drivers.
Works great and I have sound on the HDMI to.
Only waitng for Voddler to be available for linux and implemented to XBMC
Running Win7 Prem to on the box too for Mediacenter, spotify and Voddler.