I try to find one infrared driver for linux> Someone know something
about that ???
Geoservices R&L Inc.
> I try to find one infrared driver for linux> Someone know something
>about that ???
> Serje Beaudoin,
> Geoservices R&L Inc.
> (514) 923-1500
2.2.0 kernels have comprehensive support for IRDA. Try it.
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> >HI all,
> > I try to find one infrared driver for linux> Someone know something
> >about that ???
> > Serje Beaudoin,
> > Geoservices R&L Inc.
> > (514) 923-1500
> > internet:
I was wondering if someone could help me, I am looking for a solution
to purchase for a pretty low price since I dont know how to put
together circuit boards and such. What I am wanting to do is hookup an
IR to my serial port on my linux machine. I will be using LIRC for the
Infrared library, but from what I am told, I need an IR reciever & IR
transmitter, is their an all in one solution anywhere? Ill explain
what I am trying to do here. This is the same concept as Tivo: the IR
reciever waits for commands from the universal remote (i purchased),
when a command is sent to the IR reciever, LIRC will decode and
execute a function and then use the IR transmitter pointed to the Dish
or DirecTV reciever and send the appropriate IR signals for it to
decode and understand. This is what I am wanting to do, any help would
be very appreciated