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About alex_r

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  1. Ah, ok. I thought, there is a possibility to allow PWS-triggering and action sending in parallel, just by a small firmware change. No problem at all. I can try to execute a shell script, which will be executed on power button press. I only asked, because the previous Streacom model worked just this way. Nevertheless, thank you for your effort. Under the line: Flirc is a great product! Best regards
  2. That's true. This was just an example. So capturing the acpi-signal is possible and makes it possible to start Kodi. The problem here is the idea of leading Kodi to show the Shutdown Dialog via acpi-Signal Event. A common remote-Signal would do the job. So maybe I'm wrong, but currently, you do the following in the firmware: Check if IR-Hash is linked to "power". If so: Trigger the PWS circuit on the streacom module. Else: Emit signal as "Key_..." to the system My idea is to perform step 3 in any case: 3. Emit signal as "Key_..." to the system Best regards
  3. Great job for enabling the PWS-Triggering even in 'System running mode'. Is it also possible to send the KEY_POWER signal to the input device. This would make possible the following setup: System off: Turn system on. System on: Kodi off: Turn Kodi on. Kodi on: Open Kodis Exit/Shutdown window With current setup this would be very difficult. This is just a 'nice to have', but could be interesting for other users as well. Best regards
  4. It works now with assigned 'power' and these settings: Settings: sleep detection: Enabled noise canceler: Disabled inter-key delay: 3 seq. modifiers: Disabled state: 0 builtin profiles: Disable Thank you for your help so far. But it works only within S5. In the running system, the button assigned with 'power' is without function. Could you implement 'power'-key emitting in the next firmware version? Best regards Alex
  5. Thank you for your fast answers! There is power on the flirc. I used the previous Streacom IR-Receiver on the same port yesterday and it worked (Boot from 'power off'). Additionally: I test the "Power switch state" on running system via event handling. No reaction as well. The event works, when I press the power button manually. I can assign the 'wake' button, but when I press it, I get no feedback. Neither in Flirc ('wake' does not turn green, when I press the assigned button) nor via mentioned event setup. Do you have any further hint? Thank you so far. Edit: I can 'cat' the incoming events (cat /dev/input/by-id/usb-flirc.tv_flirc-event-kbd). There is no event coming from the device when I press the 'wake'-assigned button. Does the 'wake' command just toggle the pws-circuit? Edit 2: My settings: $ flirc_util settings flirc_util version v1.3.4 [v1.3.4] Firmware: v3.5 [E793D969] Settings: sleep detection: Enabled noise canceler: Enabled inter-key delay: 3 seq. modifiers: Enabled state: 0 builtin profiles: Enable Memory Info: keys recorded: 41 keys remaining: 128 memory used: 32% Recorded Keys: Index hash key ----- --------- --- 0 EDF0129A up 1 211D0B13 left 2 6ED0105A down 3 88159E1A right 4 1D91CCA8 return 5 15AABAC9 escape 6 B09E357D 1 7 62EB3036 2 8 E3CB2DF6 3 9 961828AF 4 10 FD10BBB6 5 11 AF5DB66F 6 12 303DB42F 7 13 E28AAEE8 8 14 3817D976 9 15 EA64D42F 0 16 23DA0DEF F1 17 2BB43336 F3 18 718D1336 F4 19 A30A70C9 F2 20 DB5F6AA8 F5 21 7967387D F6 22 3B3E783D F7 23 6ED8DEC9 F8 24 33051561 F9 25 B7B75828 F10 26 3CE0C282 F11 27 4139DF28 F12 28 FCB67A68 pageup 29 63AF0D6F pagedown 30 BB9EF98B l 31 763FB561 p 32 510325E8 r 33 88EB9CE8 f 34 C3F2BAA8 s 35 6FA60F28 b 36 3C7916AF n 37 EEC61168 m 38 96DC05E8 a 39 21F309E1 d 40 15FC0828 wake
  6. Hello, I've buyed the Streacom version of Flirc. Unfortunately I cannot get the power toggle to work. It is described in the changelog under [fw] support for streacom power toggle May someone describe me, how to set it up? I test it in two ways: The common method: Shutdown PC and trying to start it via configured button. By setting up the button event handling 'When power button pressed'. After that: I check if the assigned event is emitted. I tested the assigned button commands 'Power','Wake' and 'Suspend'. 'Suspend' just lets my System run into hibernate (and only wakes up from there). Best regards Alex
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