[vdr] What is the best linux distribution for VDR?
theunis.potgieter at gmail.com
Fri May 22 10:03:39 CEST 2009
check out the remote.conf file and see if the device is already configured.
If it is already configured, will not ask to learn them again.
On 22/05/2009, Fabio Bordin <fabio.bordin.81 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Il 22/05/2009 09:32, Torgeir Veimo ha scritto:
> 2009/5/22 Fabio Bordin <fabio.bordin.81 at gmail.com> <fabio.bordin.81 at gmail.com>:
> Someone knows how to tell evdev to skip a particular /dev/input/event* ?
> or how to disable evdev?
> Configure vdr to not use keyboard input. Instead use the remote plugin
> which can be configured with a specific input device.
> My problem is that vdr and remote plugin wont configure at statup.
> I explain better:
> Fresh install, I copy *.conf file from vdr source dir to video dir.
> There is no remote.conf file.
> I start vdr from vdr-source dir with this comman: "./vdr -P"xinelibpouput
> -p" -P"remote -i /dev/input/eventX"
> where eventX is the device i want to use to control my remote.
> Vdr start but let me see only a black screen with "no signal"
> No remote.conf created.
> If I copy the remote.conf from xineliboutput's wiki, vdr let me use
> keyboard if I start without remote plugin.
> If I start with remote plugin vdr let me see only no-signal.
> Last night even without remote plugin, vdr did not want to let me see tv.
> In general, there's no perfect distro for bleeding edge vdr at the
> moment, you'll need to compile most stuff.
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> vdr at linuxtv.org
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