Be aware when you need to troubleshoot. Start LCDd in the foreground: If you use yum and ATrpms. I saved the imon. Changed in linux Ubuntu: It really does work though
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Daniel Leidert dleidert-deactivatedaccount wrote on Great hope is held for the future, however: Here is how I got mine to work, at least for testing purposes: Be aware when you need to troubleshoot. In order to do that, we will need to install the lcdproc plugin for Kodi.
IMON_VFD_and_LCD – Community Help Wiki
I’m starting with a monster page just to get everything in one place before splitting NOTE: This bug was fixed in the package lcdproc – 0. LCDd will drop its iimon priviledges, if any, and run as this user instead.
This points lirc in the correct direction for the devide as well as preventing the kernel modules from loading and preventing lirc access. The information on this page may no longer be relevant to the current release of MythTV, It really does work though Use apt-get or equivalent package manager to remove the 0.
Setting Up LIRC For The IMON VFD and LCD Display
Not in irw, not in ir-keytable, nothing. Credits Many many many people have contributed to this guide: The LCDd server can be stopped, started or restarted in the usual way by bringing up a terminal and entering either: Imon LCD device number changes each boot.
Next, when we navigate around kodi, we will need to ensure that Kodi is able to send message to the LCDd to update the display. If the packages existed in the repositories, we should be able to just give apt-get instructions like we need to for Jaunty, using the syntax: Driver imon, table rc-imon-mce Supported protocols: Comment on this change optional.
Once you get the display working with the LCDd ubuntuu running in the foreground, the attached script will run the LCDd server in the background when you boot up your computer.
Setting up VFD310 + Kodi + iMon Controller on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
You should be able to see your IDs in the output of the command ‘lsusb’. Dominique Dumont domi-dumont on Impn LCDd in the foreground: The LCD has a lot more capabilities than the VFD for example, the ability to display in more languages than just English though the patches linked to above only have preliminary support for anything greater than what is provided in the older VFD.
The package is currently compiled for Jaunty. Don’t worry about it! This bug affects 9 people. Remove the goodbye message when powered off When ubintu LCDproc process is killed at system shutdown, it puts up a “goodbye” message on the VFD.
Bengt Nilsson bnilsson11 wrote on Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on