(2012-03-30 19:10)David1977 Wrote: Okay....
I installed ir-keytable .... everything's ok
running ir-keytable gives an output like you said:
Found /sys/class/rc/rc0/ (/dev/input/event5) with:
Driver imon, table rc-imon-mce
That means to me, that I'm using the imon-mce file in /lib/udev/rc-keymaps, right?
ir-keymaps -t doesn't show anything while I hit a button on my remote
ir-keymaps -r displays the mapping like you've said
Did I do something wrong or what is the fault because ir-keymaps -t won't display anything?
yes, you are using the imon-mce config file in /lib/udev/rc-keymaps which from what I can tell is wrong. I have that exact setup, here's what I did to fix it (mostly):
Select Linux input layer (/dev/input/eventX)
Select None (unless you have a remote extender for a satellite dish or something)
In the next list, it's going to give you a complete listing of /dev/input/ you're looking for the one that ends in usb-15c2_ffdc-even-if00
There will actually be 3 of them, one ends in mouse, another ends in something else. You want the one that ends in if00
Once that is completed, it will start lirc using the drivers from the kernel rather than lirc drivers.
Now, I created my own configuration file in /etc/rc_keymaps named imon-pad so...
Paste all that into it and save it
then run ir-keytable -w /etc/rc_keymaps/imon-pad
that will write the configuration to the keytable, and if you run irw or ir-keytable -t pressing a button on the remote should cause something to appear on screen.
Note ... this is still a work in progress for me ... as not all the remote buttons work as they used to, but I figure helping you get to the point I'm at is better than nothing