Check this github project for updated info.
Does anyone have the instructions on how to make this work with Ubuntu 9.04?
However up at line 21 is calls import hid.hidwrap as hidwrap. Line 21 was suceeding, but the call on line 440 was failing. Since line 21 was there, I commented out 440 and everything started working.
Would these python fixes work on Windows Vista with this device?
Unlikely. Sorry. -Andreas
i have windows vista i pluged it in and it worked for about 2 weeks when it sopped work my usb keyboard stopped to work to is there a driver? or do i need to reinstall windows when i first insall widows the remote worked but no it dont
can someone help me plz ..sorry my bad english..
Sorry for my english!! I don't understand what I have to install about libhid. Do I install only python-hid_0.2.15.99-1_i386.deb? If I don't use debian I can install libhid from Tarball....Is python-hid incluse?
I try to install all (incluse python-hid.....on frugalware isn't problem to install .deb) but when I try lircd-xpc -n this message appears
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/lircd-xpc", line 21, in
import hid.hidwrap as hidwrap
ImportError: No module named hid.hidwrap
Where is hid.hidwrap? I don't find it
I was having the same problem. I ended up removing and reinstalling the three debian packages found at the Debian packages link in this article..
Somehow /var/lib/python-support/python2.4/hid/hidwrap.py was no longer on the system. As a side note I was running debian unstable (which brought in python 2.5.2), but python 2.4 was still installed. I'm not sure if /usr/bin/python was symlinked to python2.5.
Anyways, hidwrap.py is provided by python-hid_0.2.15.99-1_i386.deb.
Once this was done, I found another problem in lircd-xpc. On line 440 the script calls hidwrap. However up at line 21 is calls import hid.hidwrap as hidwrap. Line 21 was suceeding, but the call on line 440 was failing. Since line 21 was there, I commented out 440 and everything started working.
The above work isn't the prettiest and doesn't actually point out the original problem, but it worked for me and my two mythfrontend machines are working with their remotes again. If anyone know what caused the problem, feel free to post up some more information.