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#1 2006-03-05 00:43:33

cdhotfire
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From: Ocala, Florida
Registered: 2006-02-13
Posts: 151

Totem and Lirc

Well, I have lirc set up but it seems no of the commands are getting to Totem.  I have set my .lircrc in my home folder for the specific commands i want.  If I do "irw" and press buttons it shows them on terminal.  I though it might be because totem is on /opt/gnome/bin/ but I linked it to /usr/bin/ and still no success. sad

Any help would be appreciated. wink


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#2 2006-03-05 06:38:06

syd
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From: Auckland, NZ
Registered: 2006-01-22
Posts: 155

Re: Totem and Lirc

Hey man,

I had my remote working when i had kde. It has a little app called irkick that controls all that stuff but it only works with kde apps.

With xfce i did i manually but it wastnt that streight forward.
I remember having to recompile some media players to work with it. ie xmms/bmp player has a plugin. And xine might have to be recompiled with the ir tags. (i have the pkg and pkgbuild).

Gnome might have a simaller app to kde's irkick. Let me no if you find one.


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#3 2006-03-05 15:20:09

cdhotfire
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From: Ocala, Florida
Registered: 2006-02-13
Posts: 151

Re: Totem and Lirc

syd wrote:

Hey man,

I had my remote working when i had kde. It has a little app called irkick that controls all that stuff but it only works with kde apps.

With xfce i did i manually but it wastnt that streight forward.
I remember having to recompile some media players to work with it. ie xmms/bmp player has a plugin. And xine might have to be recompiled with the ir tags. (i have the pkg and pkgbuild).

Gnome might have a simaller app to kde's irkick. Let me no if you find one.

Thanks for the help, ill try and find one. smile


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