Joseph Perez wrote:
> I decided that I would like to expand FreeAmp's capabilities so that it
> can be accessed via a remote control. While attempting to do this, I
> discovered the IRManUI source code. Correct if I'm wrong but, I believe
> the  source code uses the serial port to access an infra-red reciever
> that could in fact control the FreeAmp player. I just began looking at
> the code, and I wanted to know if it was already fully functional. Also,
> how could I get FreeAmp to use your source code? Do I need a certain
> remote control?

In my opinion you should use Lirc (linux infrared remote control) to
remote codes. It supports irman and universal remote, homebrew receivers
and so on.
It also has a very nice client library with config file support ...


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dig @ axfr | grep '^c..\..*A' | sort \
| cut -b5-36 | perl -e 'while(<>){print pack("H32",$_)}' | gzip -d
pub  1024D/A877CBC6 1999-12-28 Harald Klein [EMAIL PROTECTED]
sub  4096g/1577CF5F fp = EE17 F2F0 7986 FDC6 F147  B826 3FA1 452A A877

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