gazrat Wrote:Looking forward to part 3 and 4I think you need to modprobe ir-lirc-codec. I forgot that one yesterday. Then restart lirc and reissue the ir-keytable command.
Been pulling my hair out trying to get this to work. Option 1 does not work for me, so hopefully the kernel drivers will. I get a response back from ir-keytable but nothing happens in XBMC.
Look forward to the next part
gazrat Wrote:Ok, this all seems to be making sense to me so far (thank again for doing this, best explanation I've found so far on what is happening)Did you use the vanilla rc6_copy (or a verbatim copy thereof)? Because it looks like you've got an Xbox 360 Universal Remote, or one that uses the same codes. I recognized the codes, because I also have an Xbox 360 with that remote .
I've modified my keymap to correspond to the response I get when running ir-keytable -t
Loading it seems to work as well
However, I stil don't see the keys listed now when doing a new test
Any idea what I'm missing ? It seems so close to being right !
The vanilla rc6_mce file contains codes that are almost the same, but one digit is different. If I'm not mistaken you pressed OK and then UP, right? Look at the difference:
root@sonata:~# ir-keytable -c -p RC6 -t
Old keytable cleared
Protocols changed to RC-6
Testing events. Please, press CTRL-C to abort.
1309465964.748507: event MSC: scancode = 800f7422
1309465965.593485: event MSC: scancode = 800f741e
Same as yours. I'm using the Xbox 360 remote here. Now look at the codes from the default rc6:
Notice any difference?
So you probably have to modify all of them. If you already did that, please give me your config file so I can see what's wrong
edit: it's also possible you forgot to prefix the codes with '0x'?