[LINUX] HOW-TO get X10 OR22V RF (Radio Frequency) Remote Control to work with LIRC

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jalyst Offline
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I didnt realise LIRC also supported RF-bsed devices!

Does anyone know where I can find out exactly what RF devices it supports?

Is this the only resource, doesn't seem very exhaustive....
http://www.lirc.org/html/table.html
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jalyst Wrote:Is this the only resource<, doesn't seem very exhaustive....
http://www.lirc.org/html/table.html

Yes, i think its the only resource!
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thanks, if there's a mail-list i might try my luck there too.

cheers
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Hello funnybox2006

Is there any chance you could send me the keymap.xml for this remote?
I have followed youre guide so im all set but missing the keymap thing Smile

I just got my ion 330 box installed and i liked this remote better than the regular ms mce remote.

Best regards
/Rico_s
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Hey funnybox2006

If you are in a giving mood I would like a copy of it as well. Smile

Regards
Q
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Rico_s Offline
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Hey.

Ive tried now for several hours but to no avail Sad

The guide is perfect and all things work as explained and when i start irw and press "up" on the remote i get the info displayed but i cant get the keymap.xml to work.

Ive tried to map the up, down, left, right buttons.
here is what i have tried

<keymap>
<global>
<universalremote>
<three>VolumeUp</three>
<six>VolumeDown</six>
<nine>Mute</nine>
<play>Play</play>
<pause>Pause</pause>
<stop>Stop</stop>
<forward>FastForward</forward>
<reverse>Rewind</reverse>
<obc10>left</obc10>
<obc12>right</obc12>
<obc9>up</obc9>
<obc13>down</obc13>

Is that really the right way?

Regards
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I´m currently at a business trip. I´m at home at tuesday. Please send me PM´s with your e-mail adresses and at tuesday i can send you the keymap.xml file!

funny
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Thank You funnybox2006

pm is sent Smile

Regards
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This works perfect.....THANK YOU
Just follow the instructions on the first and the fifth post and everything works fine.
The keymap.xml should look like this:
Code:
<keymap>
  <Global>
    <universalremote>
      <obc25>XBMC.ActivateWindow(MyMusic)</obc25>
      ...
    </universalremote>
  </Global>
</keymap>
http://www.xbmc.org/wiki/?title=Keymap.xml
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looking ready to file keymap.xml and Lircmap.xml for OR22V. Can someone send a mail?

adamskiteam@gmail.com
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For me it sends every command twice, tad anoying when pressing info, cant get rid of it.

I remember patching ati_remote file some months ago but diskcrash made me loose it

Anyone else having this problem?
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lajbans Wrote:For me it sends every command twice, tad anoying when pressing info, cant get rid of it.

I remember patching ati_remote file some months ago but diskcrash made me loose it

Anyone else having this problem?

If you follow my instructions in the first post this known Problem will no longer exist!
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funnybox2006 Wrote:If you follow my instructions in the first post this known Problem will no longer exist!

I did follow them, when running irw and pressing a button it shows several times.

Could it be that I had it compiled with my patched driver before ?
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lajbans Wrote:Could it be that I had it compiled with my patched driver before ?

Yes, this behaviour normally occurs if standard kernel drivers are used and not atilibusb...
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funnybox2006 Wrote:Yes, this behaviour normally occurs if standard kernel drivers are used and not atilibusb...

So how to solve that, tad anoying it doesnt repspond on all pressings Tongue
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