I'm not quite sure if I understood your problem right. So you get the  
right codes with irw and have put them on remote.conf. remotes.conf as  
you wrote is not right place.
Do you start vdr with --lirc option? If you use --lirc for vdr-sxfe  
you should give --lirc to vdr (at least I don't).

cheers, Kimmo

On 17 Jan 2009, at 17:32, Alex Betis wrote:

> Hello all,
> Please help me with remote control configuration since I'm breaking  
> my head on a wall for more than a week already. RC is the only thing  
> at the moment that stops me using the VDR as my main TV source.
> I've bought a nifty (and cheap) remote and a nice USB receiver.  
> Looks like a clone of MCE remote. It has a small joystick to control  
> the mouse.
> The USB receiver pass keyboard and mouse events to the system, so I  
> can use it instead of my keyboard without any LIRC configuration.
> BUT, I do want to use LIRC since I want to bound one of the buttons  
> for other tasks (such as switching to XBMC or running vdr-sxfe to  
> pass sound to my sound system instead of the TV).
> irw works ok.
> I've set /etc/lircrc to pass the commands to vdr-sxfe and ircat  
> shows them successfuly.
> I've added some commands such as LIRC.Volume+ and LIRC.Volume-  
> manually to remotes.conf, but it doesn't really help.
> I can run vdr-sxfe with --lirc and see that it receives the codes  
> direcly without my lircrc configuration, but it will miss many  
> features since some of the RC buttins send sequnce of keys, which  
> can be catched using lircrc configuration.
> Without specifying --lirc, vdr-sxfe seems to receive the keyboard  
> commands instead the commands from LIRC.
> Can anyone help me please?
> People who have the original MCE remote, does your IR receiver also  
> pass keyboard commands to the system?
> I saw that as soon as there is a connection to lircd (such as with  
> irw or ircat) the keyboard events are not passed the system any more  
> and that's good, but vdr-sxfe doesn't connect unless I'll use the -- 
> lirc switch.
> I'm stuck with that.
> Any help will be appreciated.
> Thanks.
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