htpcguy Posted August 11, 2014 Report Share Posted August 11, 2014 Hi guys. I have a question. I recently purchased an ASUS Chromebox M004U, which I set up with a fresh install of Ubuntu 14.04. Using a Harmony Smart remote, I can pair buttons using the FLIRC application perfectly, and I can use the Ubuntu keyboard settings to bind a FLIRC key press to suspending the computer (via "sudo pm-suspend &"). My problem is that regardless of what computer keys I bind a FLIRC button with, the FLIRC receiver will not bring my computer out of suspend. I have tried using the same USB port with a wireless keyboard and mouse, and in both cases I can manually enable USB wake up by using "echo enabled | sudo tee /sys/bus/usb/devices/1-2/power/wakeup" However, this same strategy does not work at all for the FLIRC receiver when it is plugged into the same port. Enabling the entire hub (replacing "1-2" with "usb1") causes the computer to come immediately out of sleep. I believe this is from the bluetooth or other built in modules being attached to the USB bus. I don't know how important this is to my particular issue, but I forced an upgrade to the most recent firmware (2.6), and tried enabling sleep awareness in the advanced options. Neither change had any effect. Does anyone have any ideas that might help me sort this out? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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