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awesome. patch it
# udevadm info --query property --name /dev/input/js0
DEVLINKS=/dev/char/13:0 /dev/input/by-id/usb-VirtualBox_USB_Tablet-mouse /dev/input/by-path/pci-0000:00:06.0-usb-0:1:1.0-mouse
OK, so the package is installed if required, but I can't see why the GamepadCmd variable is set because I can't figure out where/if it's ever used?
snag is... that "GamepadCmd" bit... what is that used for and where does it come in. Is it a necessary step I'm missing out?
I know the embedded transmitter (usb uirt embedded transmitter) is a child device, sort of a dummy device as referred to by Tshak, but should it still have a log file? Only the parent has a log file in my case (the parent being the receiver, which is working).
I do get the "some devices failed to start" message when I start up my MD. How do I track down which devices? Is it possible that the embedded transmitter is the one failing? Is it supposed to start (being a dummy/child device and all)?
Haven't had a chance to look into this further yet, still fiddling with the remote mapping for the receiver, but I wanted to ask if anyone has one (USBUIRT) working as a transmitter in 10.04? If so, when you transmit a code (say in "Test" mode when you are entering codes and you press the test button), can you see a flash from the unit? I've tried using my mobile phone camera to watch the unit and I don't see anything so I'm presuming it isn't happening.
I see there was a bug in 07.10 and there are a few references in the wiki to transmission problems and I haven't tried any of those fixes, assuming they are no longer an issue in 10.04?
Anyone care to comment?
wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/RaspberryPi has some attempts to get LinuxMCE running on RPi.
Can someone elaborate on why it is not possible to run LinuxMCE on RPi?
Seems like it should.
Jason, do you not see this if you open the log and search back to the point where you first opened the grid? you have to go back quite a bit...
Can you verify that when the screen changes from the main menu, to the file list view, that there is a Set Screen Type being sent, and that the destination is your USB UIRT device ?
I need you both to tell me, if there is more than one Infrared Interface connected to your media director, and which one is set as the primary interface (look in Web Admin -> Wizard > media directors).. NOTE: USB Game Pad counts as an IR interface.
Set up the remote that comes with the Zotac AD04 box in LinuxMCE and it works really nicely - the receiver being my new USBUIRT. But my only gripe is that in media lists I have to scroll right to the bottom before I can get the list to scroll. How do I set up a button to page down on the media list?
Any ideas? I've tried the chanup, chandown buttons and, in fact, just about every other button but none seems to do that.
Who watches stuff at 720p these days?!