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But I'd rather buy a device than solder my own. I also can't get it to send anything either (as confirmed by looking at the led through a digital camera). Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google Facebook Twitter Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies Frustrating... his comment is here

martini martini "[email protected]" wrote: [...] > no solutions. But it would be better to get some real help :) srmcateeFebruary 1st, 2009, 12:42 AMK, the driver is missing. Many remote controls send the same code multiple times to make sure that at least one code comes through to the receiver when you press a button for a short time. I have run into a few patches for older kernels, but they don't work applied to the current kernel, and I would rather not downgrade. https://sourceforge.net/p/lirc/mailman/message/11820242/

/dev/lirc0 Missing

Do you have such a config file? Can I use a home-brew LIRC receiver with a Serial to USB adapter? Ubuntu maps it as /dev/lirc0. Tony turned to home automation products to add light switches without needing to hire an electrician or cutting into the drywall.

Where can I buy LIRC compatible transmitters? Only root can run LIRC applications. how do i get a "/dev/lirc" needed to run mode2? /dev/lirc0 Missing Raspberry Pi I get this:Code: Select allirrecord: could not get file information for /dev/lirc0
irrecord: default_init(): No such file or directory
irrecord: could not init hardware (lircd running ? --> close it, check

And it does need an IRQ. Thanks in advance. In most cases this is the correct behavior. http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/31495/dev-lirc0-does-not-exist Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.

Perl regex get word between a pattern Take a ride on the Reading, If you pass Go, collect $200 A Knight or a Knave stood at a fork in the road Irrecord: Could Not Get File Information For /dev/lirc asked 1 year ago viewed 3009 times Linked 17 Firmware 3.18.x breaks I²C, SPI, audio, lirc, 1-wire (e.g. /dev/i2c-1, No such file or directory) Related 3mount: special device /dev/sda1 does not Is this 4.7 Ohm, 4.7 kOhm or what? 4k7 Ohm means 4700 Ohm. The card functions as a tuner perfectly.

Mode2: Could Not Get File Information For /dev/lirc0

I would like to connect an LCD display and an home-brew IR receiver to the same serial port. http://www.unusedino.de/lirc/faq.html I get way more mails than I can handle. /dev/lirc0 Missing Results 1 to 1 of 1 Thread: LIRC not starting (no /dev/lirc) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode2 -d /dev/lirc0 How do the drivers for the home-brew receivers work?

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Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off. It just keeps saying command not found whenever I try to run anything. Only root can run LIRC applications. http://codecove.net/could-not/mode2-error-opening-dev-lirc.html Advanced Search

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Get your free copy of BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 today. Modprobe: Error: Could Not Insert 'lirc_rpi': No Such Device Jan 12 21:33:26 MPetit kernel: Serial driver version 4.13 with no serial options enabled Jan 12 21:33:26 MPetit kernel: tty00 at 0x03f8 (irq = 4) is a 16450 Jan 12 21:33:26 Can I use my home-brew receiver and transmitter on the same serial port?

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No, it's technically not possible to use USB IrDA dongles (as specified by the Infrared Data Association) with LIRC. Misc I need a config file for . Common brands that use this protocol are Philips and Marantz. Lirc_rpi: Gpio Chip Not Found! What's more, each project is a workable, practical way to improve your home--something unique that you can customize for your individual needs.

Can I use a home-brew LIRC receiver with a Serial to USB adapter? vos emails depuis un navigateur, en POP3, sur Minitel, sur le WAP... He worked for a voice messaging pioneer in the 80s. The documentation contains a detailed list how to setup the various devices supported by LIRC.

Martin PS. I'm really pulling my hair out here, does anyone have some advice? half the commands aren't found, but if I use sudo they run for some odd reason. k is the abbreviation of kilo.

Please don't fill out this field. Christoph SourceForge About Site Status @sfnet_ops Powered by Apache Alluraâ„¢ Find and Develop Software Create a Project Software Directory Top Downloaded Projects Community Blog @sourceforge Resources Help Site Documentation Support Request The Hauppauge remote control uses the RC-5 protocol. Please read the documentation about how to add new remote controls.

No, unless somebody writes a driver that merges the functionality of the kernel serial port driver and the lirc_serial driver. No, the serial port driver is fully interrupt driven. Please only use English when sending emails. Using an Irman with USB adapter should work though.

As the parallel port only generates interrupts on the rising edge of the input signal, the parallel port driver uses polling with the help of the hardware timer until the signal HOWTOs Learn how to control everyone's favourite XMMS with a TV remote - PDF (2348 kB) Illustration how to build a serial port receiver Setting up LIRC on Mandrake Leadtek Winfast