IControl 0.1.0

Control is a remote control daemon for Creative's RM-900 remote and Live!Drive Receiver.
IControl is a software program meant to interpret signals from Creative's RM-900 remote control and accompanying IR LiveDrive! receiver unit.

IControl is currently capable of sending input to various programs (including XMMS, Xine, XawTV, XScreensaver, et al), as well as circulating window stacking order (sending windows to the background) and changing input focus. Furthermore, IControl will soon support other remote controls beyond the RM-900 which are all interpretable by the LiveDrive! unit.

IControl is completely configurable through its .conf files, allowing the user to map any key to any action the rcontrol daemon supports. And development is in the works to allow IControl to start programs, interface with devices, or even shut the computer down.

Requirements:

· X11
· GTK+
· Creative's EMU10K1 Sound Driver



Installation

These instructions apply to the source tarball, and not to any prebuilt binaries or source RPM distributions.
./configure
make
make install
icontrol (by default placed in /usr/local/bin)

Once you have IControl running, point your remote at the Live!Drive receiver, and press some buttons. You can also edit IControl's default configurations and keybindings contained in the file "~/.icontrol/icontrol.conf".

Command Line Parameters:

You can use the following set of command line parameters:

Options:

-c FILENAME, Load configuration file FILENAME
--config FILENAME (Default is ~/.icontrol/icontrol.conf)

-d DEVICENAME, Use MIDI device DEVICENAME
--device DEVICENAME (Default is /dev/midi)

-v, --version Display version information

-?, --help Display this help message

last updated on:
April 20th, 2005, 20:39 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
icontrol.sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
William Gross
category:
ROOT \ Home Automation
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