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LIRC Part 1 -- Linux Infra-red Remote Control - Linux Mint 8

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Uploaded on Mar 25, 2010

http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/ATI_Remote...
http://lirc.org/

#supported remotes; or make ur own, see part 2
http://lirc.sourceforge.net/remotes/

#commands:
sudo dpkg-reconfigure lirc
sudo /etc/init.d/lirc restart
lsmod | grep ati
ps -ef | grep lircd
sudo gedit /etc/lirc/lircd.conf
irw

sudo gedit /etc/lirc/hardware.conf


to remove lirc:
uninstall these lirc setserial libftdi1

LIRC (Linux Infrared remote control) is an open source package that allows users to receive and send infrared signals with a Linux-based computer system.

There is a Microsoft Windows equivalent of LIRC called WinLIRC.

With LIRC and an IR receiver the user can control their computer with almost any infrared remote control (e.g. a TV remote control). The user may for instance control DVD or music playback with their remote control.

One GUI frontend is KDELirc, built on the KDE libraries.

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