Thanks for the suggestions.

On 18.10.2012 00:05, Tony Houghton wrote:
I prefer inputlirc to the original lirc. If you configure it to start at boot and grab the input device it should stop X or whatever from interpreting it as key presses.


It seems easy, but when I moved to inputlirc, now I have the number keys but not the menu key and a few other keys. They come on a separate event interface.

I disabled both in hal and in Xorg both these iMON things, but it did not help. The inputlirc config:

# Options to be passed to inputlirc.
EVENTS="/dev/input/by-id/usb-15c2_0036-event*"
OPTIONS="-g -c -m 0 -d/dev/lircd"

yours,
    Jouni

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