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  1. Hi Jason, any news about this? I could support you, sign an NDA and could take care of a static release. Kind regards, Simon
  2. Just a note: The recent 1.3.2 package is not statically linked as well.
  3. Hi Jason, thank you very much for that super fast reply. I'm on 64 bit.
  4. Hi again, the GUI binary of the 1.3.1 package seems to be linked against libc6 2.17. Unfortunately I run a ubnutu 12.04 LTS which only provides libc6 2.15. Is it possible to get a GUI binary linked against libc6 2.15? Many other VDR (yavdr) users amongst me would be very happy about that. Kind regards, Simon
  5. Hi again, I tried the 3.3, but things turned out to be worse. The GUI tool repeatedly asks me to upgrade the firmware what seems to work once after the tool has been started. When denying the upgrade, even though 3.3 is aleady running, it refuses to alter any of the settings. Erasing the settings works but has no effect on this behaviour. When trying a forced upgrade the GUI states that the newest release is 3.2. When running 3.3 there is a chaos with the key repeats. Changing the interkey delay changes the behaviour, but does not work as desired. I went back to 3.1 and keep fingers crossed for a fixed version to be available soon.
  6. Thank you both of of you for the info. I'm excited to see what is coming.
  7. Hi all, I bought a flirc-se, which is the "embedded" version available for a certain case manufacturer. first I want to give some information about my setup: The flirc-se does not power the system from S5. It is connected to a internal USB 2.0 port, that is supplied with power in S5 mode. The flirc-se is also connected to the power switch and to the connector of the mainboard. The system is running Ubuntu 12.04, at the moment there is no option to upgrade to another version. The software package from the download page is not working due to the libusb incompatibility. The beta 3.x... software is working to configure the flirc-se. Currently the flirc-se is running firmware 3.0 In general, receiving commands and translating them to keystrokes is working. After erasing a previously learned key, I have to reassign it twice (click redo and repeat) to save it. As I have some problems making the flirc-se to power up the PC, I have several questions: Which firmware is the most recent stable firmware for the flirc-se that supports the wake function? Is it necessary to learn a specific wake button or is that particular firmware able to turn the system on if any of the learned keys is received? What is the correct procedure to set the flirc-se up to wake the PC? Any help is appreciated, for that, my thanks in advance.
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