I successfully created a remote.conf using irrecord - but it needed the -d /dev/lirc1 option to show the reactions expected. Now neither osmc reacts, nor does irw. So I guess the reason could be that my remote (sender: Technisat TS35, receiver: Phillips MCE) is active at lirc1, and osmc is listening at lirc0.
What can I do?
Symlink to /dev/lirc0.
Pretty sure we spawn an LIRC daemon for each device node though, using a parameterised systemd target. @DBMandrake?
I could not come to any clou. When trying
ln -s /dev/lirc1 /dev/lirc0
(or vice versa, I never know which one has to come first), I get
“link cannot be created, file already exists”.
Anyway, I’m completely lost with lirc.
Here are the logs - how can I make it work?
Thanks for your patience!
Again, I tried to purge and reinstall the lirc packages, to my understanding these are
But I always get an Error1 when trying to configure the armv7-eventlircd-osmc package - may it be within the install routine or manually by
dpkg --configure armv7-eventlircd-osmc.