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  1. #141
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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    Hi,
    i had the same problem.
    I bought a Harmony 650, and concordance (0.21) doesnt detect it.
    Easy solution: install concordance 0.23

    PPA available at http://blog.cyphermox.net/2008/07/up...-packages.html

    If congruity complains about a missing libconcord.so.1.1.0:

    open libconcord.py
    Change Line 35 from ABI_VERSION = "1.1.0" to ABI_VERSION = "2"

    and it should work...so it does on my system.

    Regards.

    PS: you may have to add a new udev rule
    (from congruity readme)
    You may need to set up udev/similar rules so that the USB device nodes used
    by the application are accessible without running congruity as root. Note that
    distribution packages of libconcord typically provide these rules, so they may
    already be set up for you.

    If you need to manually set up udev rules, the following file should work:

    ----- /etc/udev/rules.d/custom-concordance.rules:
    SYSFS{idVendor}=="046d", SYSFS{idProduct}=="c110", MODE="666"
    -----

    Note that your vendor and product ID may be different. Use lsusb to verify:

    -----
    [swarren@esk ~]$ lsusb
    ...
    Bus 005 Device 011: ID 046d:c110 Logitech, Inc.
    Last edited by bobbes; December 15th, 2010 at 09:09 PM.

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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    Hello everyone,

    Same problem for me, using a Harmony 600.

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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    Does this do the job for anyone ?

    https://launchpad.net/~yavdr/+archiv...+build/2048014

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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    Quote Originally Posted by miles916 View Post
    hi everyone!

    i tried to set up my harmony 300 using the steps described in this thread, but i get the same error as zadek...

    guess i shouldve checked the supported models first, haha.

    hope someone will manage to make this remote compatible with linux some time soon.

    regards,
    m.
    I have the same issue here. Pity. Logitech seems to have issues with Linux development since ages. Recently they fired Engineers, so I'm afraid there is no hope from them.

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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    Quote Originally Posted by DistantDave View Post
    Hi,
    this solved the problem
    concordance -i -v
    Concordance 0.21
    Copyright 2007 Kevin Timmerman and Phil Dibowitz
    This software is distributed under the GPLv3.

    ERROR: failed to requesting identity
    Requesting Identity: Failed with error 1
    Now i get
    concordance -i -v
    Concordance 0.23
    Copyright 2007 Kevin Timmerman and Phil Dibowitz
    This software is distributed under the GPLv3.

    Requesting Identity: 100% done
    Model: Logitech Harmony 700 (Molson)
    Skin: 71
    Firmware Version: 0.2
    Firmware Type: 0
    Hardware Version: 1.1
    External Flash: 4 MiB - 15:1C EON F16-100HIP
    Architecture: 14
    Protocol: 14
    Manufacturer: Harmony Remote 0-0.2.0
    Product: Harmony Remote 0-0.2.0
    IRL, ORL, FRL: 64, 64, 0
    USB VID: 046D
    USB PID: C122
    USB Ver: 1071
    Serial Number: {EEEEEEEE-EEEE-EEEE-EEEE-EEEEEEEEEEEE}
    {46397565-05E8-484F-96AE-9388FFF7EF8E}
    {A2AFC4FB-18DB-B947-A5DE-8626649285DA}
    Config Flash Used: 19% (760 of 3904 KiB)

    Success!
    I am wondering why my Harmony is detected as 700. The windows software from Logitec detects this one as 605.
    Regards,
    Sven

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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    Running Ubuntu 10.10 I managed to get my Logitech Harmony 700 working, This is how I did it:

    type this command first:

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install build-essential libusb-dev python-wxversion python-wxgtk2.8 libwxgtk2.8-0 libwxbase2.8-0 python-ctypes python-wxtools
    The 700 series remote is only supported in Concordance .22 and higher but the latest version in the Ubuntu Software Center is .21 so you have to compile Concordance and Congruity from source.

    Download Concordance .23 here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/conc...r.bz2/download

    Download Congruity 15 here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/cong...r.bz2/download

    Extract the Congruity and Concordance bz2 files into a temp directory (Doesn't matter where)

    In terminal cd into the temp directory where the bz2 files were extracted and cd into the /Concordance-0.23/libconcord directory

    Enter this:
    Code:
    ./configure --prefix=/usr/
    make PREFIX=/usr/
    sudo make install
    sudo make install_policykit
    After that is complete cd into the Concordance-0.23/libconcord/bindings/python directory

    Enter this:
    Code:
    python setup.py install
    After that is complete cd back into the temp directory where you extracted the Concordance bz2 file

    cd into the /concordance-0.23/concordance directory

    Enter this:
    Code:
    ./configure
    make install PREFIX=/usr/
    After that you should be all set. Plug in the remote and log into the Harmony Remote website http://members.harmonyremote.com/ and make whatever changes to the remote setup you want. Save the Connectivity.EZhex file and change your file browser settings to always open .EZhex files with '/usr/bin/congruity'

    The Congruity GUI should appear on the screen and will detect the remote. Follow the on-screen instructions and the remote will update from the Harmony website.

    Thanks for putting this HOWTO together, I can finally stop using my backup laptop with Windows to configure my remote
    Last edited by Dave_NY; March 2nd, 2011 at 01:23 AM. Reason: tags

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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    Thanks for the method. Looks promissing, but for me it does not work with Harmony 300.

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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    same with the 785: congruity is complaining about:
    "File "/usr/bin/congruity", line 1932, in main
    raise CmdLineException("ERROR: Precisely one filename argument is required")"

    contacted logitech several times and (more or less):
    a: 'use windos and you can program it just fine'
    q: 'but i don't have windos. do you perhaps provide it with the remote?'
    a: you can guess the answer on that.

    logitech has no actual plans on supporting linux for their remotes.
    that's what they told me.

    anyone perhaps know a programmable universal remote that works under linux?

    btw. with 'wine' the logitech software neither worked (test installed windos).

    wished i had some of those marketing skills...

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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    Sounds like you need to specify the path and filename for the file you downloaded off the Harmony website. Try typing congruity <path-to-filename.EZHex> in terminal (minus the <> symbols)

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    Re: Howto program the Logitech Harmony universal remote control on Hardy with Concord

    Running Ubuntu 10.10 with Logitech Harmony 720.

    All went well until the end-
    cd into the /concordance directory

    Enter this:
    Code:
    make install PREFIX=/usr/
    This returns
    make: *** No rule to make target 'install'. Stop.
    Any ideas? Thanks for the post Dave!

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