Alexey Woronov

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  1. Thank you. LIRC is not needed at all, Linux event subsystem is enough. i needed to run commands in the Linux shell of ODROID-C2 by pressing the colored buttons on the Samsung TV RC, and I used lircd and irexec earlier for this purpose, look above. At first I realized that Samsung remotes use the NEC protocol: ir-keytable --protocol=nec Then I scanned some codes I need: ir-keytable -t -v And place it to file: /lib/udev/rc_keymaps/samsung.toml [[protocols]] name = "samsung" protocol = "nec" variant = "nec" [protocols.scancodes] 0x7076c = "KEY_RED" 0x70714 = "KEY_GREEN" 0x707
  2. Can you tell, how to configure lircd to use /devices/*/input* instead of /dev/lirc* ? Thank you in advance root@odroidc2:~# dmesg | grep meson-ir [ 6.405957] rc rc0: meson-ir as /devices/platform/soc/c8100000.bus/ [ 6.407347] input: meson-ir as /devices/platform/soc/c8100000.bus/ [ 6.408476] meson-ir receiver initialized I use Samsung remote control and I can’t configure it via input, only via lirc device bits 32 flags SPACE_ENC|CONST_LENGTH eps 30 aeps
  3. Perhaps it is enough to build a kernel with the CONFIG_LIRC=m option and everything will be fine? What might not work there? WBR, WRA-RIPE
  4. Hello! Recently, Armbian Debian 10 was installed on my ODROID-C2 I can't configure lircd, but it worked on Odrobian Debian 9! Please, explain how they configure LIRC to 4.19 now without /dev/lirc*? WBR, WRA-RIPE