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  •  13 Sep 2009 10:45
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    Release Notes: Support for iMON devices has been improved substantially and setup was simplified. New support was added for IT8720 and ENE KB3926 (ENE0100) CIR ports. Locations of configuration files, sockets, and PID files were moved to conform to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard. lircmd now includes support for the Linux input layer. lircd now supports decoding the XMP protocol.

    •  21 May 2009 17:24
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      Release Notes: This release features a standardized namespace following Linux input conventions. Now it's possible to autogenerate Linux input events using uinput. This release also adds support for the following hardware: Winbond 8769L CIR port (e.g. found on the Acer Aspire 6530G), FTDI FT232-based IR Receiver, Awox RF/IR Remote, iMon LCD devices, and Antec-branded iMon LCD and VFD devices.

      •  12 Oct 2008 20:38
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        Release Notes: This is a maintenance release adding support for kernel versions up to 2.6.27. A driver supporting ITE8709 CIR ports was added. A new pronto2lirc converter allows you to convert Pronto files to lircd config files. lircd.conf now supports including other config files using the include directive.

        •  04 May 2008 21:04
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          Release Notes: This release is an update to support kernel versions up to and including 2.6.25. It adds support for several devices like the Samsung USB IR Receive, Soundgraph iMON IR/LCD, IRLink receiver, VLSystem MPlay Blast, Hauppauge HVR-1300, and many more. irsend now supports a SIMULATE command to simulate IR events.

          •  10 Jun 2007 06:43
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            Release Notes: The lirc_mceusb2 driver now supports setting the carrier frequency. lircd includes a command line switch that enables automatic release event generation. lircd now automatically tries to reopen the lirc device regularly if reading fails. A show-stopper bug in RC-6 transmit code was fixed. Support for the following devices was added: TechnoTrend USB IR receiver, Apple Mac mini USB IR receiver, ADSTech USBX-707 USB IR blaster, Creative USB IR receiver (SB0540), Asus DH remote, Kanam Accent, and SoundGraph iMON 2.4G DT and LT.

            •  08 Jan 2007 18:37
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              Release Notes: This release includes support for newer kernel versions (up to 2.6.19). The driver for the Windows Media Center Remotes is able to transmit IR commands. Support for the USB-UIRT and Iguanaworks USB IR Transceiver has been added.

              •  21 Jan 2006 12:10
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                Release Notes: Support for the Actisys Act220L(+) and Linksys NSLU2 devices was added. A new lircrcd program that reads the .lircrc config file and synchronises the mode that the LIRC clients using this config file (irexec, irxevent, etc.) are in was added. Transmitting of IR signals was fixed for some rarely used protocols. LIRC kernel drivers work now with kernel versions up to 2.6.15.

                •  15 Aug 2005 10:45
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                  Release Notes: Support was added for the following devices: the new version of the Windows Media Center Remote, COMMANDIR USB Transceiver, Asus Digimatrix, Sound Blaster Extigy/Audigy 2 NX, and Remotec Multimedia PC Remote BW6130. This release fixes a critical bug in the Streamzap PC Remote driver and contains several other minor bugfixes.

                  •  17 Apr 2005 14:34
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                    Release Notes: Support was added for the following devices: AOpen XC Cube EA65 and EA65-II, Hauppauge PVR150, X10 MouseRemote, Soundgraph iMON, Streamzap PC remote, Winfast PVR2000, Adaptec AVC-2410, and DViCO USB Remote. There have been some fixes to the kernel driver layer and IR signal decoding. All drivers support 2.6 kernels now.

                    •  07 Nov 2004 22:05
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                      Release Notes: Since the last official release more than two years ago, the software has undergone major changes. The most noticeable enhancement is support for the 2.6 kernel series. Support for many new devices has been added.

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