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v18 LibreELEC Testbuilds for x86_64 (Kodi 18.0)
(2018-04-18, 13:06)HiassofT Wrote:
Quote:Edit: would be nice, if my mce receiver shows the same "snappy" behavior as my NUC receiver now does. 
Interesting. Which receiver are you using on the NUC (post the ir-keytable output)? The typically used ite-cir should give about the same performance as mceusb receivers - at least they both default to a 100ms timeout which is one of the factors regarding "snappiness". Are you also using the Harmony / RC6 remote there?

so long,


I created the following as /storage/.config/udev.rules.d/70-input-repeat.rules which reduces the repeat period to 50ms and makes my RC6/Harmony One with Skylake NUC much snappier, now almost as snappy as the very snappy Ortek VRC-1100 USB IR that I use on other devices:
ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="input", KERNEL=="event[0-9]*", GOTO="start"

# don't change eventlircd device settings
ATTRS{name}=="eventlircd", GOTO="end"

# don't change settings of rc remotes
#SUBSYSTEMS=="rc", GOTO="end"

# set default repeat delay to 500ms like rc remotes
RUN+="/usr/bin/ir-keytable --delay=500 --period=50 --device=$devnode"

# make lircd-uinput use same repeat period like keyboards in kodi
ATTRS{name}=="lircd-uinput", \
RUN+="/usr/bin/ir-keytable --period=80 --device=$devnode"


You can tune the settings interactively with ir-keytable --delay=500 --period=50 until you find the values you like, then set them in the udev.rule so that they are applied when the system starts.
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RE: LibreELEC Testbuilds for x86_64 (Kodi 18.0) - by Milhouse - 2018-04-18, 13:39