[Hardy] Lirc devinput (linux-input-layer) broken
Hardy Beta1. Clean install.
I have an SAA7134-based board with a remote control that I've been using for long with LIRC, before hardy. Now it seems support for this type of devices is broken.
This is the info:
I: Bus=0001 Vendor=185b Product=c100 Version=0001
N: Name="saa7134 IR (Compro VideoMate TV"
H: Handlers=kbd event6
B: KEY=108c0222 211080100000000 0 0 19080006801 e168000000000 ffc
You can see
My hardware.conf is attached. I'll also attach lircd.conf.
I noticed that hardware.conf format has changed, and adapted my configuration accordingly.
After reboot irw stays mute, it doesn't get any remote keypress.
Doing /etc/init.d/lirc stop; and then launching lircd in non-daemon mode gives me (I'm connecting to lircd with irw):
$ sudo lircd -n --driver=dev/input --device=
Then, nothing happens. The terminal that is on focus will get numeric keys from the remote (because this is a linux-input-layer type device), which also happened in gutsy. But in gutsy, lircd trapped those events and processed them, and sent them to the connected lirc clients (e.g. irw).
BTW, those number keypresses I get in the terminals demonstrate that my hardware and the remote are fine, and also that the kernel module looks good as well.