NickSoapdish Posted April 24, 2012 Report Share Posted April 24, 2012 My general question is - Is it possible for flirc to wake up OpenELEC? But there are a few things at play: From what I've seen, it seems like shutting down/booting up OpenELEC is the most popular thing to do since boot time is insanely fast. However, my computer (ASRock Ion 330Pro) can't power on from USB (as best I can tell) so I'm wanting to put OpenELEC to sleep so it can be woken up by a button press. I had this set up in Windows 7 using EventGhost and it worked pretty well most of the time. I'm very new to OpenELEC and don't have much experience with trying to get a remote to behave with it, so flirc seems like a good thing for me. I've read about some issues with the Eden builds of OpenELEC having issues with going to a sleep state, and I'm not sure if this has been resolved. Support for waking/sleeping is in beta in flirc and I haven't tried out the beta firmware yet, so I'm posing the question to those who may be testing it. To make things worse, I currently can't test anything, my Harmony remote isn't registered with the Harmony software because of a warranty replacement issue. I'm in contact with Logitech support but it is a slow process. If anyone knows if this set up is possible, or how to implement it, I'm really interesting in the details, thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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