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[linux-dvb] Re: Avermedia DVB-T Remote Control
Yes, I have.
Try the latest video4linux snapshot from bytesex.org. I've been
fiddling with my Avermedia DVB-T (the 761 version).
If you have the 761 card you should be up and running right away, 771
users will need to uncomment a line in 'ir-kbd-gpio.c'
"case BTTV_AVDVBT_771:". This hasn't been tested as far as I'm aware,
so I'd be very interested to hear of any results from 771 users. At
worst I suspect you'll need to sprinkle a few printk's to tell you what
mask values are needed. Again, I'd be very interested in hearing the
Once the driver is going and device nodes are created, input from the
remote will appear as keyboard input. Have a look at
I've put in what I think are sensible defaults. But there wasn't always
a sensible mapping between Avermedia remote and an equivalent 'KEY_'.
But every key should produce something. You will still need some
fiddling to map these key values to something that Myth will
understand. The latest LIRC may be one possibility (I haven't tried
On Saturday, Jun 26, 2004, at 08:47 Europe/London, Mike Harris wrote:
Has anyone managed to get the remote control on the Avermedia DVB-T
I have tried using lirc with the lirc_gpio module, thinking that since
the BT878 is used in the card & it has a GPIO port, maybe they would
have connected the remote to it. No luck. Anyway, after reading the
specs on the BT878 it seems more likely that the GPIO is used to feed
the dvb data stream in to the BT878.
Anyone know how the remote receiver is connected?
Thanks // Mike
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