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  1. sorry for bringing this topic back to life just wanting to know the best and easiest way to map MythTV keyboard commands using my Harmony One? eg if I want to send "M" or "P" to MythTV app. When I added XMBC I don't see any keyboard commands
  2. Thanks, Couldn't the flirc admin upload the converted version
  3. so I just copy the two executables for linux right?
  4. I'm trying to upgrade my current FLIRC package using the following command rpm -Uhv flirc-1.2.6-2.i386.rpm and it produces the following error / conflicts Preparing... ################################# [100%] file / from install of flirc-1.2.6-2.i386 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-19.fc20.i686 file /lib from install of flirc-1.2.6-2.i386 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-19.fc20.i686 file /usr/bin from install of flirc-1.2.6-2.i386 conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-19.fc20.i686 is this the latest and is there a packaging problem here?
  5. ok I'll try and do config from windows and then re-plug into Linux box right? but attached a screen shot of RC config page. ie I use the Trouble shoot button then select device and then "Responds to some commands either too many times or occasionally.
  6. FYI my Responding ,to much to little value was /is : 1 , so that wasn't my issue.
  7. I'm using the older Logitech Remote s/w to config my remote ie I haven't yet migrated to MyHarmony website yet, so not sure which screen/setting your looking for... also where is thie flirc.fcfg is that some sort of export file? I've attached it. my_flirc_config.fcfg
  8. I have a Harmony One RC and I'm getting occasional stuck auto-repeat, just wondering where this is controlled from? is it on the FLIRC device or my Linux config?
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