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    Question How to remap IR remote control buttons?

    Hello community,

    I have a pci tv card, which has a built-in IR receiver.

    That IR receiver never worked on previous Ubuntu releases. Now, with Ubuntu 10.04, once I select the appropriate module (bttv radio=1 remote=1 pll=1 tuner=38 card=120) to my surprise it worked out of the box.

    The only issue is that the remote control buttons are incorrectly mapped.

    Where is the file that I can edit for changing each button's function? Perhaps it has a GUI that would make the things easier?

    This is my output of cat /proc/bus/input/devices

    Code:
    # cat /proc/bus/input/devices
    I: Bus=0001 Vendor=109e Product=036e Version=0001
    N: Name="bttv IR (card=120)"
    P: Phys=pci-0000:03:02.0/ir0
    S: Sysfs=/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1e.0/0000:03:02.0/input/input6
    U: Uniq=
    H: Handlers=kbd event6 
    B: EV=100003
    B: KEY=2c0814 100004 0 0 0 4 2008000 2090 2001 1e0000 4400 0 ffc
    I'm sure this isn't hard to do, but my ignorance isn't letting me go any further.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.
    Last edited by El Potro; July 13th, 2011 at 12:19 AM.

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    Re: How to remap IR remote control buttons?

    I am also looking for an answer to this question as I want to re-map some of the keys on my ASRock remote control. I am ideally after mapping a button to a right mouse click so I can use XBMC better on my Raspberry Pi.

    I have not had tome to follow it yet but this wiki page looks promising:

    http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Remapping...remote_handset

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    Re: How to remap IR remote control buttons?

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