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  1. Hi yawor, What about the above? You still need a package maintainer, isn't it? As I said "RPM install not working for looooooooooooooooooooonnnnnng time"
  2. Thanks Yawor, unfortunately I am not enough skilled to go this way.
  3. Hi, I run Fedora 23. 1 year ago Flirc v1.3.6 was already not possible to install, I run it from command line. Today v1.4.3 is released. I'd like to run it (install or CL, no matter) but this last version is not available in the package list in the site I can download the Linux 32bit from downloads (BTW one have to download it and open the release_notes.md file to learn that) but not x86_64 and I can't get it working. ./Flirc ./Flirc: error while loading shared libraries: libXt.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory I know, Jason it very busy, fully booked, but after hard development and tests on a new release the last steps are not done or not properly, this doesn't highlight all that valuable work. So, question: Anyone could help me?
  4. I Jason, I did a new test with the debian flirc_1.3.6-1_amd64.deb Changed it to rpm with alien then tried to install I got the sames errors: Running transaction check Running transaction test Transaction check error: file / from install of flirc-1.3.6-2.x86_64 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-28.fc21.x86_64 file /usr/bin from install of flirc-1.3.6-2.x86_64 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-28.fc21.x86_64 Let me know if you need more tests
  5. Hi Jason, I know, you are very busy... Could you take some time to fixe the issue, any way you want? Hi there, Or someone else could help me?
  6. Now I need to know what to do. Best should be to have an amd64 debian package. --------------------------------------------------------------- After reading how to build a package, I thing I can't do it in a easy way as I run Fedora and not a Debian distro. So I need help, someone to provide a debian package. Many, many thanks.
  7. I'd be happy to try the latest release candidate but unfortunately I can't find it. I am not very skilled in that subject but I can follow some directives. This link should be updated to lead directly to the download page. https://flirc.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/201059883-I-want-the-latest-beta So could you provide a link to this release? Could you as well tell the diffrence between the 3 releases? (See my previous post) EDit: I found it: Back door is open now Version: v1.3.2-rc.2
  8. Hi, I run Fedora 21 amd64 and I followed step by step the post #4 dbran666 howto and tryed to install. Unfortunately I got the same error as Ptrax. Running transaction check Running transaction test Transaction check error: file / from install of flirc-1.3.5-2.x86_64 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-28.fc21.x86_64 file /usr/bin from install of flirc-1.3.5-2.x86_64 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-28.fc21.x86_64 Error Summary ------------- How can I fix that? There are 3 different packages in the link http://apt.flirc.tv/arch/x86_64/ What are the differences? Thanks
  9. Hi Peter, Did you run the 2 commands in a terminal? Choose them regarding your achitecture. What is the answer?
  10. Hi, I want to install Flirc in a Fedora 20 box following the howto at the download page. I wget it and got a local rpm: flirc-1.2.6-2.x86_64.rpm When I try to install it with rpm or yum I get the error message: Transaction check error: file / from install of flirc-1.2.6-2.x86_64 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-19.fc20.x86_64 file /lib from install of flirc-1.2.6-2.x86_64 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-19.fc20.x86_64 file /usr/bin from install of flirc-1.2.6-2.x86_64 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-19.fc20.x86_64 Error Summary ------------- I want to test with the previous versions but they are not available. Any help is welcome Thanks
  11. I think you should add a space between 'delete_index and 16 Don't think you need ' ' Do you run it as admin? Try all these options Sorry I can't test at this time, just some ideas.
  12. Just for information. I have a Flirc with FW 2.0 on the ATMEL chip. This Flirc works like a charm. I hope it will for long.
  13. You could try using flirc_util to look inside your Flirc. I don't remember how to do with win (I use Linux) but try to run flirc_util as admin. (cmd to open the Terminal) flirc_util # will give you the list of commands, then use for example: flirc_util keys # will give you the recorded keys flirc_util settings # will give you all the setting in your Flirc I'd guess you erased the wrong key ;-) BTW, I don't think this is a bug...
  14. Just an idea: I don't know with windows but do you run it with admin rights?
  15. Happy to see you got it. Sometime I forget the sudo and I can't connect to the Flirc. I need few restarts to suddenly find my mistake... All the best for you.
  16. Just wondering which OS version you downloaded. Proposed versions are for the OS you run the GUI. In my case I have a 64 bits Mint/Mate OS and I use Latest Version [Linux 64] => Flirc-v1.2.2-x64 directory when extracted Menu has: File, Controllers, Help Controllers has: Minimalist, Full keyboard, Boxee, XBMC, Windows Media, Media keys. It's run well right now with the CLI: $ sudo ./Flirc
  17. Maybe this can help you for the install issue:
  18. I use Openelec as well v3.95.1 and Gotham test, I didn't noticed the latency but I have software bugs. Look at MrNice posts in Raspberry Pi support. To record the other keys, you could use the full keyboard in the GUI and choose in this page the control you want: http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=Keyboard_controls I is working fine for me.
  19. Just a tip. You could do a test: If you have a webcam or any video recorder, try to use your remote in front of it. You will see in the recorded video or in video player in you computer the IR emitter flashing when you press the button. At least you will be sure the IR is working.
  20. XBMC guy said there is a play key (Enter/OK) and a play/pause key (space bar). Play key is used to start playing. This is an intended behaviour. So I'll stay with the "almost perfect" setup. This thread in now solved Many thanks for you help
  21. Almost perfect, I created keyboard.xml with the code from the above link. Play/Pause button is working well only when the file is already playing. I have to start playing the file with enter button (middle of arrows) first then the Play/Pause works fine. I change the action from pause to playpause but still the same. This should be the good one. See names and actions here and here Any idea?
  22. Well done, you got it. Thanks for your perseverance. I'll try keyboard.xml trick.
  23. I had a doubt, but this is exactly what I do. Many Thanks
  24. Exactly. But I was wondering; You said it's working for you, could you tell me in which window you are when you press > ? Please a thorough description.
  25. In fact it's not possible to map the same remote button (same IR code) to 2 keys. I always mapped Play (or space bar) only to 1 key but when I press first time it plays and the second time it should pause. It doesn't for me but do for you. I understand now that Flirc send only p to XBMC every time the button is pressed and XBMC interpret it depending of what he is doing. If it plays it will pause and if it is on pause it will play. When I map space bar it never Play/Pause but always change display file list/play list. IMO, this is not a Flirc issue but a XBMC interpretation. The differences between our configs are: I didn't use Noobs to install, I run Linux on my computer and the Flirc version. $ sudo ./flirc_util version Flirc Version v1.2.2 [v1.2.2] 2.3 01-25-2014 [0x3DB4D4F3] I'll give up for that now as I don't know how to fix it. Side question: Did you try to map the \ key (Toggle windowed mode)? http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=Keyboard_controls I added a bug in the section
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