Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. The blue backlight will go out. The “PAD Controller”, a pressure sensitive mouse cursor control is fully supported and previous patches that were required to get it fully working have been incorporated into LIRC. It really does work though Please edit the procedures if you find any errors. A lot of credit is due to Ron Frazier, for documenting the necessary config for lirc 0. It doesn’t sound like a bug then.

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So this used to At least as recently as A bug in the imon kernel module? Download the lcdproc code and required patch: Email me about changes to this bug report. Configuration for the Antec Fusion Black Knob: Imon LCD device number changes each boot This is the same as Bug A lot of credit is due to Ron Frazier, for documenting the necessary config for lirc 0.

Then plug the connector back together and run: The missing steps from the other guides Installing pyenv is rather straight forward, one simply has to run the command below curl -L https: Bus Device For LCDproc version 0.


Bengt Nilsson bnilsson11 wrote on It really does work though Vendors that OEM the soundgraph products: The command that you have just executed will open up the window shown above. Launchpad Janitor janitor on If it wants to it could ship some udev rules to help with identification or creating symlinks; but symlinks aren’t supposed to help programs find devices, they are mostly a “human readable” thing. If you want to peek under the hood for this bug fix, just read: FIXME sudo apt-get install dialog setserial linux-libc-dev libc6 libc6-dev automake autoconf gcc gcc I point the remote, I press a few button and nothing happens.

This case came with an iMon pad controller which has a pretty bad quality. After download, check that they are there and are owned by root: I’ll tweak the proposed rules to be a little bit more restrictive.

In this case, we need the LCDproc package, which contains the driver that will allow the OS to communicate with the display.


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If you’re lucky, your device has already been quirked properly in the usbhid driver itself, but if not, please let the lirc developers know, so they can submit patches to the usbhid driver upstream. Sign up using Facebook.

Related Posts Ubuntu Setting up pyenv on Ubuntu Dominique Dumont domi-dumont wrote on Open the file LCDd for editing: Frank smi Ubuntu Forums: LIRC steps for Jaunty: Comment on this change optional. Bonne Eggleston bonne on You need to log in to change this bug’s status. It behaves similarly when power is interrupted and then booted up under WinXP so it appears to be independent of OS – perhaps a signal necessary to initiate the device following a complete loss of power is not being supplied by BIOS.