NOTE: This page has been superseded. Please see this post which has a newer patch & scripts.
I have a basic driver that appears to make this work, based on I2C captures from the Hauppauge windows software. I will say
Here’s a basic HOWTO:
Choose ‘TV card’, ‘Hauppauge TV card’, save quit then
4. Now you need the ‘firmware’. This is
5. Check everything is working so far:
Check the syslog output. This should report something like:
Aug 7 23:10:52 soapbox kernel: lirc_i2c: chip found @ 0x70 (Hauppauge IR TX (PVR1
This means that the driver has detected and initialised the IR blaster hardware — if you don’t see that then let me know.
6. You need to configure lircd, and find out which codeset you are going to be using. The easiest way is to start
7. Start lircd. You need two of them as one device is created for the receiver and one for the sender, I use:
You need to check in /dev or syslog to see which “lircN” files were created for which device. The IR blaster will
8. Next you need to work out which codeset to use, this is the tricky bit. For this I have
You need to stick the IR blaster on the IR receiver of box that you intend to control, being quite careful to position
If you can’t get this to work:
a) My software doesn’t work properly
9. Once you know which codeset you want you can go and delete all of the rest from lircd.conf. They are named “XXX_key”
10. To get mythtv to work, configure a channel change script for your device. There’s one
That’s it, good luck!
Updated to latest version; fixed a bug where the database self-check would always detect modifications.
You can get the MSI installer & patch here.
Full source code can be downloaded here.
I did the old xbox mod thing yesterday, using the Splinter Cell exploit, and have basically been using xbox media centre on it. It’s pretty handy: for obvious reasons the xbox is already appropriately wired for sound, and I don’t really want a noisy PC next to the TV. This makes me wonder why Microsoft didn’t think of this in the first place. I don’t think piracy is much of an issue. WMP already deals in this kind of thing – and indeed, I’ve been using it to rip my collection of (legallyowned) CDs to a debian box in the cupboard with a reasonable amount of storage. XMBC then plays the content back via an SMB network (running samba, of course). It would have added a lot of value to it, I wonder if the xbox-360 has any such support?
I shan’t detail the process as it’s more than adequately documented elsewhere but I will say it was a lot of fun Next job may be to use it as a front end for MythTV.
I’ve made a small, but important update to CAsyncResolver in OW32. This adds a local “hosts” file cache, which dramatically speeds up looking up the obvious (localhost) as well as all the rest of the entries using a couple of STL maps. Basically I did this for Yam, my MTA-in-development, as it was proving the biggest bottleneck for looping messages around between a pair of them. In order to use the cache, you need to create and pass a CFileWatcher to CAsyncResolver::initialise. I suppose strictly, this doesn’t need to be a requirement, but it will do for now — I can’t imagine a situation under which you _wouldn’t_ want the hosts file cache to get updated when the hosts file changes.
Next will be more IMAP, I think, although I might write some notes up on a few historical bits of code first.
It’s now at version 0.85.1 (here), so no longer out of date.
I also fixed:
Oh well, nearly 5am so time for bed I suppose…
I spent the last few days doing a native Win32 port of ClamAV, to support Yam (my MTA, which is a work in progress but getting there, see SVN for the code). It wasn’t too hard, but I really need some test suites to see if the detection rate has been affected at all.
Hopefully, I’ll be able to get some interest from the maintainers. The clamav-devel list seems pretty silent to me, although there’s enough activity to tell me that the project isn’t dead (the engine version is already out of date for example!).
Oh, nearly forgot, I added an MSI installer (playing with WiX, which is kind of love/hate at the moment although most of the latter is to do with MSI), here.
I’ve also put the code in SVN (http://svnbook.red-bean.com/ let me know how to do a vendor import), so see the SVN post for details on how to peruse that. Patches are updated and uploaded here.
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