On 5/1/06, Munroe Sollog <msollog@gmai...> wrote:
> Everyone seems to disagree with me on this point... my hauppauge 250 came
> with an IR port on the back of the card with a dongle that has both a
> receiver and a RED led that I assume is a blaster... I am trying to use that
> led to control my scientific atlanta 4200
> On 5/1/06, Mark Schindel <mark@schi...> wrote:
> > Munroe Sollog wrote:
> > > I have the scientific atlanta explorer 4200 and trying to get the
> > > hauppauge 250 IR blaster working with it. I can't seem to find an
> > > lircdconf file for that model box, does anyone else have this
> > > working? thanx for any help
> > The PVR-250 has an IR Receiver and not a blaster IIRC. What exactly are
> > you trying to accomplish?
> > Mark.
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I've seen rumors of that in a few places. Its on newer Happauge PVR
cards, however I don't think you can compile LIRC to use it. You need
to enable the transmitter diode support in LIRC and I think the option
is only available on the serial port driver.
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