Guys try this post...
This works for me in ubuntu 11.10 +12.04.
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2012-08-09 00:53 Post: #11
XBMC Steam Launcher - Only available for XBMC.
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2012-08-10 08:50 Post: #12
(2012-08-08 19:18)pumkinut Wrote: First, is your motherboard capable of coming out of S3 sleep via USB? Not all are.
It's a recent MB with H77 chipset (ASROCK H77M-ITX). It works fine with an USB keyboard ou mouse.
(2012-08-08 19:18)pumkinut Wrote: Second, is that setting enabled in the BIOS? It probably has to be.
All I can found concerning USB, wake up and Sx sleep is enabled
Sorry, I'm not at home to give more detailled response.
(2012-08-08 19:18)pumkinut Wrote: Then you can try performing the "sudo sh -c 'echo "USBx" > /proc/acpi/wakeup" where x is 1-7 given the output of /proc/acpi/wakeup.
Already tried, without success
(2012-08-08 19:18)pumkinut Wrote: This thing can be a royal PITA. Your motherboard needs to support S3 wake on USB, you have to find the right device in software, and the IR receiver itself has to support it, not all do. Looks like you have an MCE remote and receiver. Are they official or a knockoff? I'm not bashing the knockoffs, but they can sometimes have issues with waking the PC from sleep.
I use the IR receiver from this receiver/remote bundle with a logitech Harmony remote. The receiver is plugged onto an external USB port.
It works very well when XBMC is wake up
I have not tried to connect the receiver internaly to the CIR header of the MB as the receiver is near the TV, but the XBMC PC is not visible.
teeedubb > As describe in my post, I've tried these steps, without success