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Richard Bown
Hi guys
I have a MKJ32022805  LG remote I have the config file
which I renamed as lircd.conf
I have tried in hardware.conf setting

#Chosen Remote Control
REMOTE="None"
#REMOTE_MODULES="meson-ir"
REMOTE_MODULES="ir_rc6_decoder"
REMOTE_DRIVER="default"
REMOTE_DEVICE="/dev/lirc0"

Setting REMOTE_MODULES  to both rc5 and rc6
After each change I've stop and started lirc

using irw, I'm seeing nothing
Does anyone know which kernel module I need ??

OS is ubuntu 14.04 LTC on a Odroid C1+ ARM7 SBC

many thanks

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Re: new user LG remote question

Bengt Martensson-2
On 12/19/15 18:33, Richard Bown wrote:
> Hi guys

Hi Guy,

> I have a MKJ32022805  LG remote I have the config file

@all: If you are looking for commands, please state the manufacturer,
type (TV, DVD, ...) and model, possibly year (of market introduction).
The reason is that almost all IR data bases in Internet are sorted that
way. The exact model of the remote is a fairly useless piece of
information, unless you search a replacement remote.

By searching on Amazon, I came to the conclusion that the poster has an
LG TV. These are in general using the NEC1 commands, with device number 4.

> which I renamed as lircd.conf
> I have tried in hardware.conf setting
>
> #Chosen Remote Control
> REMOTE="None"
> #REMOTE_MODULES="meson-ir"
> REMOTE_MODULES="ir_rc6_decoder"
> REMOTE_DRIVER="default"
> REMOTE_DEVICE="/dev/lirc0"
>
> Setting REMOTE_MODULES  to both rc5 and rc6
What instructions are you following?? How did you come up with the idea
of deploying these modules?

Using a module supporting NEC1 signals might be a better idea... Alec is
the expert on using these modules.

Using IrScrutinizer, I looked at irdb.tk, downloaded the LG TV Nec1,
device=4 commands, manually removed some obviously erroneous commands,
and exported as Lirc. (Everything within IrScrutinizer.) (But was to
lazy to remove the numerous duplicates ;-) ) Enclosed.
You may try this as lircd.conf.

Hope this helps.

Bengt



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Richard Bown
On Mon, 21 Dec 2015 10:47:34 +0100
Bengt Martensson <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 12/19/15 18:33, Richard Bown wrote:
> > Hi guys
>
> Hi Guy,
>
> > I have a MKJ32022805  LG remote I have the config file
>
> @all: If you are looking for commands, please state the manufacturer,
> type (TV, DVD, ...) and model, possibly year (of market introduction).
> The reason is that almost all IR data bases in Internet are sorted that
> way. The exact model of the remote is a fairly useless piece of
> information, unless you search a replacement remote.
>
> By searching on Amazon, I came to the conclusion that the poster has an
> LG TV. These are in general using the NEC1 commands, with device number 4.
>
> > which I renamed as lircd.conf
> > I have tried in hardware.conf setting
> >
> > #Chosen Remote Control
> > REMOTE="None"
> > #REMOTE_MODULES="meson-ir"
> > REMOTE_MODULES="ir_rc6_decoder"
> > REMOTE_DRIVER="default"
> > REMOTE_DEVICE="/dev/lirc0"
> >
> > Setting REMOTE_MODULES  to both rc5 and rc6
>
> What instructions are you following?? How did you come up with the idea
> of deploying these modules?
>
> Using a module supporting NEC1 signals might be a better idea... Alec is
> the expert on using these modules.
>
> Using IrScrutinizer, I looked at irdb.tk, downloaded the LG TV Nec1,
> device=4 commands, manually removed some obviously erroneous commands,
> and exported as Lirc. (Everything within IrScrutinizer.) (But was to
> lazy to remove the numerous duplicates ;-) ) Enclosed.
> You may try this as lircd.conf.
>
> Hope this helps.
>
> Bengt
>
>

Thank you very much Bengt
I'll try that straight away

Have a very Happy Christmas and new year

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Richard Bown

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