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[vdr] Re: [ANNOUNCE] Remote Control Plugin 0.3.1
I was using DEBUG_OSD in 1.2.x and 1.3.6 with the rotor plugin, but when I
selected the rotor menu, it seg faulted, probably because it did not
intend to support DEBUG_OSD. I applied the 0.3.1a diff and ran vdr-1.3.7,
however it still wants me to learn keys and that part won't display. Does
the new OSD have a similar hack that the old one did to learn keys?
In the new year, Oliver Endriss wrote:
> there is bug fix release of the Remote Control plugin.
> It can be downloaded from
> See README for details.
> Short description:
> This plugin extends the remote control capabilities of vdr.
> The following remote control devices are supported:
> (a) linux input device driver ('/dev/input/eventX', X=0,1,2,...)
> - built-in remote control port of the av7110-based DVB cards
> (aka full-featured cards), e.g. DVB-S Nexus 
> - remote control port of some budget cards, e.g. Nova-CI 
> - other input devices (not tested, please report success!)
> See file FAQ for a list of cards which have been reported to work.
> (b) keyboard (tty driver): /dev/console, /dev/ttyX
> (c) TCP connection (telnet)
> (d) LIRC
>  supported by DVB and dvb-kernel
>  supported by dvb-kernel only
> 2004-04-28: Version 0.3.1
> - Fixed gcc 3.4.0 compilation warnings.
> - Fixed high cpu usage while waiting for a tcp connection
> (thanks to Frank Krömmelbein for reporting this one).
> Replaced delay_ms by usleep, because delay_ms does busy-waiting.
> Have fun,
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