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Just done a fresh install of Ubuntu 18.04 ( corrupt SSD drive).

Tried to install flirc from the download section. Extracted files  Flirc and Flirc_util.

Not sure what to do with them. The info at the end of the download section for Linux indicates some dependencies and putting the above files in usr/local/bin maybe.

   Needed Dependencies: libhidapi-hidraw0 libqt5core5a libqt5network5 libqt5xml5  libqt5xmlpatterns5  libhid qt5-qtbase qt5-qtsvg hidapi
     cp the 99-flirc.rules rules to /etc/udev/rules.d/
     optionally copy flirc_util and flirc to /usr/local/bin/

Not sure what this means, can you explain in more detail please

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Managed to get get it working.

Used the debian script which tried to install Flirc but failed , it tried to use your old repo.

Deleted this from my software list ( I tried this at the start before downloading software )

Ran the debian script and it installed the new repo and installed Flirc.

Might be useful for others that name the new repo http://apt.fury.io/flirc/ /

This would save them having to try and download the packages and then try to work out what to do with them.

Or better still just ignore the download section and use the debian script as long as they have the correct repo installed.

Had the same problem as with a previous  post where I had to disable play/pause 

 

 

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