infra-red remote control support
LIRC stands for 'Linux Infra-red Remote Control'.
This package provides the daemons and some utilities to support infra-red
remote controls under Linux.
This is the README file for LIRC, the Linux Infrared Remote Control
package. The main documentation of this package is available in HTML
format. Please refer to the file doc/html/index.html for more
If you want to know what LIRC is and where you can get current
versions of LIRC read the ANNOUNCE file.
LIRC uses autoconf to make installation as easy as possible for its
users. The IN
Debianization README for LIRC notes
If you need irxevent or xmode2 they can be found in lirc-x package. And if you
need smode2 it can be found in lirc-svga package. This split has been done to
prevent dependencies on xlibs and svgalib for the main lirc package.
You will probably need some kernel modules for your hardware to work, those
are distributed separate
The primary source of config files is the LIRC homepage. This
directory only contains the most common remotes like e.g. those
bundled with TV cards that can be installed automatically.
* added support for Samsung USB IR Receiver (Robert Schedel)
* added support for
IRCAT(1) FSF IRCAT(1)
ircat - print st
IREXEC(1) FSF IREXEC(1)
irexec - run pro
irman2lirc(1) FSF irman2lirc(1)
irman2lirc - con
IRPTY(1) FSF IRPTY(1)
irpty - pseudo t
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