loading
In this tutorial I hope to convince you that this is the ultimate universal remote built using a raspberry pi.

LIRC is the perfect for this job. It simplifies many of the more difficult tasks that we need to accomplish.
<p>i would like to register another control, include that i alredy have, but i'm can't do it... could you please help me?!</p>
<p>Sir could you provide a screen shot of the database and the table which is used by the php please ? i just want to see the way the commands are saved there, this is the only part am missing so far to complete the project, please help you could send it to me by mail or here itself please ?!<br>thank you :)</p>
<p>hello sir :)<br>can you provide me with a screen shot of youre DB or can you provide me with a .sql file, everything works fine and i already have a website hosted on my pi and wanted to add a page to control my TV over the web :) please help sir<br>thank you</p>
<p>Hi, Been having a problem for days getting LIRC installed and running. </p><p>apt-get install lirc everything seems fine</p><p>Modified the hardware.conf and /etc/modules as per you instructions</p><p>mode2 -d /dev/lirc0 this reports an error</p><p>mode2 -d /dev/lirc0<br>mode2: could not get file information for /dev/lirc0<br>mode2: default_init(): No such file or directory<br>root@raspberrypi:/etc/lirc#</p><p> Also</p><p>root@raspberrypi:/etc/lirc# irrecord -d /dev/lirc0 ~/out.con<br><br>irrecord - application for recording IR-codes for usage with lirc<br><br>Copyright (C) 1998,1999 Christoph Bartelmus(lirc@bartelmus.de)<br><br>irrecord: could not get file information for /dev/lirc0<br>irrecord: default_init(): No such file or directory<br>irrecord: could not init hardware (lircd running ? --&gt; close it, check permissions)<br>root@raspberrypi:/etc/lirc#</p><p>FYI</p><p>root@raspberrypi:/etc/lirc# /etc/init.d/lirc start<br>[ ok ] No valid /etc/lirc/lircd.conf has been found..<br>[ ok ] Remote control support has been disabled..<br>[ ok ] Reconfigure LIRC or manually replace /etc/lirc/lircd.conf to enable..</p><p>Running jessie with latested updates banging my head</p><p>please help</p>
<p>Maybe you have another number, not /dev/lirc0, but something else?<br>What do you have in /dev/?<br><br>In my case, I had to manually create a symlink to /dev/lirc0, otherwise /dev/lirc was not present in the system:<br>sudo ln -s /dev/lirc0 /dev/lirc</p>
<p>Note that you've linked to a PNP transistor part at Sparkfun but your circuit diagram shows an NPN.</p>
<p>Does anyone know what is correct transistor for this - PNP or NPN?</p>
<p>From the way the LEDs are wired, should be NPN.</p>
<p>I face some problem while creating lircd.conf file using</p><p> irrecord -d /dev/lirc0 ~/lircd.conf</p><p>Then, I followed steps in link: </p><p><a href="http://www.ocinside.de/html/modding/linux_ir_irrecord_guide.html" rel="nofollow">http://www.ocinside.de/html/modding/linux_ir_irrec...</a></p><p>Note: Start with power button when create dots (2 X80).</p>
<p>Hi,<br>Thank you for the nice writeup. I having problem to send IRSEND via the web interface. Can you help me to create a 6 button remote?<br><br>I have followed your Lirc installation and manage to get it working via the command line. IRSEND -#5 send_once sony key_up ; is good.<br><br>Just want to get my html and php to work. Thank you.</p>
<p>I have had a setup like this up and running for over a year. I used LIRC and Webiopi to develop a web based home automation system that controls my home theater system. Initially I had issues with wifi dropping every couple of days and then had issues with SD card corruption. I think both of these were cause by not having a big enough power supply. I recently created a board and kit that can drive seven IR LEDs and has a receiver to make it really easy to build. Even after the electronics are assembled it can take some time to get all of the codes programmed. You can buy the kit it here. <a href="http://www.slimbots.com" rel="nofollow">http://www.slimbots.com</a></p>
<p>I followed the Complete Process But as i stop lirc :</p><p>pi@raspberrypi ~ $ sudo /etc/init.d/lirc start</p><p>[ ok ] No valid /etc/lirc/lircd.conf has been found..</p><p>[ ok ] Remote control support has been disabled..</p><p>[ ok ] Reconfigure LIRC or manually replace /etc/lirc/lircd.conf to enable..</p><p>This is coming . i changed the Hardware.conf file and added those two lines in modules as well. . </p><p>pi@raspberrypi ~ $ sudo /etc/init.d/lirc stop</p><p>pi@raspberrypi ~ $ mode2 -d /dev/lirc0</p><p>mode2: could not get file information for /dev/lirc0</p><p>mode2: default_init(): No such file or directory</p><p>When i run this command it is showing this. Can u please Help me. lirc/devo is not created. . . What to do with this ??? Please help me urgent. </p>
<p>Parts list links are no longer working... how about digikey? (and perhaps part numbers on build list just in case links break again)</p><p>Thanks</p>
<p>remove the bracket &quot; ) &quot; from the end of the link...</p>
<p>Why can't i create a lircd.conf for a remote?</p><p>RC-6 remote controle found.</p><p>Found possible header: 226 762</p><p>Header is not being repeated.</p><p>No repeat code found.</p><p>Signals are biphase encoded.</p><p>Signal length is 23</p><p>Checking for toggle bit kask.</p><p>Please press blah blah.......</p><p>Press RETURN to continue.</p><p>And then right after pressing a button it tells me:</p><p>No toggle bit mask found.</p><p>But I know for sure that RC6 has a toggle bit!</p><p>And the program stops and no file is made. The remote is for a arcadyan model HMB2260.</p><p>This box controles my digital tv so with out it my remote controle setup is useless</p><p>Please can some one help, google doesn't seem to be much of a help! </p>
<p>how did you configure the emitter, i wire it as you show but i cant make it work. it just blink but doesnt turn on of off anything</p>
<p>I tried to make this /etc/lirc/lircd.conf file by downloading and concatenating all remote control files that you can find (also on the lirc website). But I never got it to work. Maybe you post your /etc/lirc/lircd.conf file and we can see where the problem is.</p><p>THANKS</p><p> -M</p>
<p>i want to configure my remote,and make an entry in one file.</p><p>how i will do it.</p><p>if any one know than plz help me.</p>
<p>i want to configure my remote,and make an entry in one file.</p><p>how i will do it.</p><p>if any one know than plz help me.</p>
<p>i want to configure my remote,and make an entry in one file.</p><p>how i will do it.</p><p>if any one know than plz help me.</p>
<p>i want to configure my remote,and make an entry in one file.</p><p>how i will do it.</p><p>if any one know than plz help me.</p>
<p>i want to configure my remote,and make an entry in one file.</p><p>how i will do it.</p><p>if any one know than plz help me.</p>
<p>i want to configure my remote,and make an entry in one file.</p><p>how i will do it.</p><p>if any one know than plz help me.</p>
<p>IR Sensor spec</p><p>Leftmost pin=1, just as the image in this post</p><p>Pin1 Output (connect to the GPIO-input)</p><p>Pin2 GND</p><p>Pin3 Vcc</p>
<p>Given the steps above, installation of tomcat6 failed because it couldn't find the jdk. It could have been something I did by mistake - I'm working with two keyboards/mice on two different systems at the same time and I accidentally typed on the Raspbian keyboard during the lamp install. In any case, if somebody sees a failure in the Tomcat6 install related to JDK not found, this is how I fixed it:</p><p>sudo apt-get install default-jdk</p><p>sudo apt-remove tomcat6</p><p>sudo apt-install tomcat6</p><p>This is my first Raspberry Pi project and I'm really enjoying it.</p>
<p>Thanks for this, I had the same error with JDK. You made a slight typo with the commands though, should be:</p><p>sudo apt-get remove tomcat6</p><p>sudo apt-get install tomcat6</p><p>You missed out &quot;get&quot;</p>
<p>For those having problems with the links, remove the bracket &quot; ) &quot; from the end of the link...</p>
Hey i am also in Toronto. Very cool projects you have. Would you be i nterested In a paid project? Need something done right away.
<p>Alright. They work now</p>
it's good but please share your files for the web server ( sql and php along with the html )
<p>I just posted them on the last step</p>
Hey it say error 403 , please fix it
Thank you
<p>May be you should change attachments to txt file.</p><p>now those doesnt work: </p><p>403 Forbidden<br>Request forbidden by administrative rules.</p>