No. I would recommend a USB UIRT for dealing with an IR remote....
But really, you have...so many...better.....options.....
The Harmony remotes were designed for a non-integrated system... It tries to be everything and then some, and as such, as a remote, they are insanely awkward.
LinuxMCE can control _ALL_ of your legacy A/V devices... all of them... and furthermore, If you LET LinuxMCE control all your devices, there is no need to have a remote that you have to program macros into, or switch modes manually on the remote, etc.. Let the system take care of it.
(*hmm* I know you haven't read any of the FAQ, the documentation, or watched the demos closely, but I guess I will repeat all of this _AGAIN_)
Since you can control all of your devices, you can throw away all of your remotes. Put them in the junk drawer.
And pick a much simpler, or more versatile remote, you have a lot of choices:
* IR Remote (we support the MCE stuff out of the box) ... this is the cheapest, and it works..okay.. but there are better options
* A Gyration Go Mouse, three buttons control _EVERYTHING_ in the house.
* A Fiire Chief, expands on the Gyration technology by providing a full remote, as well as being natively developed for LinuxMCE.
* Anything the Orbiter software can run on! This includes
* Windows PCs... think a tablet
* Nokia N810 Internet Tablets
* My PadOrbiter distribution which currently runs on the WebDT 366s being sold here in the forums.
* Any Windows Mobile PDA a few years old. Get em off ebay for cheap
* A supported Symbian, Windows Smartphone, or J2ME based cell phone with bluetooth support
* A Cisco 7970 IP telephone
With all those choices, especially the Orbiters, you get a graphical control that can be used house-wide, and you can have any number of any of the above devices, mixed and matched.. they all stay in sync.