Re: Ir blaster and Directv d12-300
Hi samymusleh, I've never setup a system with a remote backend so I'm not sure myself how channel changing works with multiple frontends and multiple tuner cards. I'm guessing its similar to a set up on a local machine, so I'll give it a go.
You have the streamzap remote working, so that's obviously good, but now you need to set up transmitting. I had a lot of trouble with lirc and infrared transmitting when I was trying it last time simply due to my inexperience. I now have my system set up with a serial transmitter, not infrared, and I think it's much easier to setup, and from everything I've read, more reliable. This does requires that you have a com port on your system, and then you have to buy 2 cables. Together the cables will probably cost you about $26.00. So before we go any further, let me know if this is ok with you, then we'll get to the setup. Phroman.
Mythfrontend version: fixes/0.24 (v0.24-250-g56c54fa)