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  1. GPG error: invalid signatures

    I attempted to install to a Raspberry Pi using the curl command as the web site specifies. It gets the following error: GPG error: http://apt.flirc.tv/arch/raspbian/binary ./ Release: The following signatures were invalid: B3692E93F96844490B26153C3F0B7E963CBA18E3 Can someone either confirm there is a problem or enlighten me what I may be doing wrong?
  2. Hi I was wondering if it is possible to use the Flirc IR remote dongle to shut down and power off a Raspberry Pi? Looking on the net I found a python programming to do it by connecting 2 GPIO pins and a push button switch. Ampulex
  3. Hi there, Does anyone have a fix yet as to why the Raspberry Pi receives multiple keypresses through the Flirc? I've scoured this forum and more looking for a fix, but it persists even through several iterations of XBMC/Kodi and Flirc firmware updates. I have tried 5 different remotes, from my Harmony 300 and two different Harmony Ones, to a generic remote and the TV's remote. I have tried 4 different flavours of XMBC/Kodi from RaspBMC to OpenELEC. I have tried 3 different TVs with the HDMI, even used different inputs on the TVs. I have tried the Pi in the basement and at my friends place to see if it was interference (RMI or wireless). I have tried 3 different Flirc dongles, all with different firmwares. I have tried 3 different Pi motherboards. I have tried at least half a dozen different power sources, even ran the Flirc and Pi through powered hubs. Every time I use a remote I get several keypresses, sometimes I have the input go on for 5 seconds or more. My Pi are stock and are not overclocked. I get the same result using either USB port or a hub. I have been waiting for a solution to this for over a year now. Nothing seems to fix it. Does ANYONE have ANY configuration of Pi/Flirc working that I can resort to? I wasn't sure where to post this as I don't know if it's a bug or something that I'm missing. Thanks. Dave
  4. Hello, I have Flirc running firmware 2.4, Harmony Ultimate remote, and RaspBMC. When I first installed Flirc it worked great for a couple of weeks or so. Then I started getting the repeating keys issue and every button press would result in to two. I searched the forums and found a lot of things to try such as modifying the remote to use Repeat = 0, changing the delays, etc. But after I tried changing it now nothing works. My remote keys still work in the Flirc configuration program (for example when I press up on the remote the up button the lights up in the configuration progrm). But now my raspbmc doesn't seem to recognize any remote key presses at all. Is there something I can do on the raspbmc command line to remove the flirc and start again?