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This is the command irrecord that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

PROGRAM:

NAME


irrecord - application for recording IR-codes for usage with LIRC

SYNOPSIS


irrecord [options] file

DESCRIPTION


This program will record the signals from your remote control and create a config file for
lircd. A proper config file for lircd is maybe the most vital part of this package, so you
should invest some time to create a working config file. Although I put a good deal of
effort in this program it is often not possible to automatically recognize all features of
a remote control.

If the program fails to recognize the protocol of the remote control you should use the
--force option to at least create a config file in raw mode.

If file already exists and contains a valid config irrecord will use the protocol
description found there and will only try to record the buttons. This is very useful if
you want to learn a remote where config files of the same brand are already available. Of
course this will only work if the remotes use the same protocol but it's worth a try. You
will find template files for the most common protocols in the remotes/generic/ directory
of this package. The name of the new file is created by appending .conf to the given
filename in this case.

-h --help
display this message

-v --version
display version

-a --analyse
analyse raw_codes config files

-f --force
force raw mode

-n --disable-namespace
disables namespace checks

-l --list-namespace
list valid button names

-H --driver=driver
use given driver

-d --device=device
read from given device

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