gastric Wrote:ssboisen - that did the trick! BINGO! Holy bang-your-head-on-the-desk experience! Note I also had to elevate to admin via "sudo su" prior to making the backup of lirc_mceusb.c and the remainder of the instructions.
5 minutes of Linux commands later I have a working remote. Now I get to learn how to map the keys on the Harmony 880 to the XBMC features properly. But I can navigate menus, play media, and it even shuts down the PC. It just doesn't start it up, and I can't use my quick Videos/Pictures/etc. buttons to access those sections, nor do I have a "back" button currently.
Thanks for everyone's help.
No problem, again I wouldn't have solved it without peterbo.
Yeah that's where I'm at aswell, if you find any good guide/keymap.xml on setting up a harmony 880 please post a link here, I know I will if I find one :-)
And I think I found one, it's for windows but that's not really important since we're past the OS-specific part and should only need to set up stuff on the remote and in XBMC: