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it seems that when libcec cant interpret a certain keypress,
it cant be used within RasPi VOMP.

can anyone confirm this?
thanks for that info,
i'll fiddle around with that a bit.

by the way,
my statement all six buttons would not work was wrong:
the fast forward/backward buttons do work on recordings.

been fiddling a bit with the CEC tester.

when in recorder mode, the RECORD button is not passed through CEC
but handled locally ... no help there, but i can live with that.

the stop button gets translated in a funny way
16:37:35.306925 [debug]  5922 Remote - CECLOG: 21564 16 received data: header:00030002 p0:00034201 p1:00000000 p2:00000000 p3:00000000 reason:2
16:37:35.307366 [debug]  5922 Remote - CECLOG: 21564 8 >> 01:42:03
16:37:35.307898 [debug]  5922 Remote - CECLOG: 21565 4 >> TV (0) -> Recorder 1 (1): deck control (42)

looks like i'll have to dig my way through and/or the CEC stuff :/
ah.. OK and thanks.

i thought u might be using some other (newer) version.
those are the libs i'm using as well.

will try it out with another device type then.

hi Magnus & all,

hmm.. might i ask what version of the CEC lib you're using?

my Samsung LE37B652 using this remote

won't let me use the lower six buttons even when compiled
they can't be programmed in the vompclient settings menu either;
pressing them simply provokes no response.

granted - the TV is not running the latest firmware.
but if it's not absolutely necessary, i wanna refrain from upgrading it.

any ideas?
VOMP for Raspberry Pi / Re: sweet RPi port!
February 25, 2013, 10:41:29
Quote from: MartenR on February 25, 2013, 07:12:54
Chris wrote one:

the RasPi vompclient there is a binary distribution.
might be a good idea to also offer the VOMP_HAS_EXIT version.

VOMP for Raspberry Pi / sweet RPi port!
February 24, 2013, 22:35:45
thanks for the nice work!

the RPi port looks great - couldnt try out MPEG2 yet as i'm still waiting
for the MPEG2 code... but woooow.

thinking about it...
wouldn't the RPi versions' name be VORP or VORPi?
just kidding.


sadly, this patch didn't make it into git :(
judging from the number of downloads, it's not that popular.

any chance papablues' patch can make it into vompserver v0.4.0 ?

diff of the code in question here can be found here:;a=commitdiff;h=494f2f74452ea53bcfb9c58c140cc9c002284ca3

my shell cowardly refused to copy and echo sum stuff
compiling vompserver 0.4.0rc for VDR 1.7.22...

g++  -fPIC  -shared vompserver.o dsock.o mvpserver.o udpreplier.o bootpd.o tftpd.o i18n.o vompclient.o tcp.o ringbuffer.o mvprelay.o vompclientrrproc.o config.o log.o thread.o tftpclient.o media.o responsepacket.o mediafile.o mediaplayer.o servermediafile.o serialize.o medialauncher.o recplayer.o mvpreceiver.o -o
/bin/sh: @cp: not found
/bin/sh: @echo: not found

no big deal, just wanted to report.

brutal patching in order to force different versions of
client/server to connect is not advisable i presume?
for the sake of keeping this thread alive...

current stable is still:

current devel:

excellent, thanks mate!
Quote from: Chris on August 11, 2012, 21:57:39
Quote from: odin4242 on August 07, 2012, 09:59:36

I'll second that.


a for his rPi patiently waiting
Quote from: Chris on June 10, 2012, 17:22:54
What is this raspberry pi you speak of ..... I remember ordering something that never turned up..... ;)

demand is still high it seems.
it was just yesterday, that i gave up hope on the situation to normalize and
for the RPi devices to become available from stock.
well.. i've joined a queue list. they said something about a backlog of 300k devices
to be delivered first, then eventually it's our turn.


P.S pity England couldn't make it to the semi finals. i would have loved to see GER vs. ENG :/
the chipset manufacturer claims its capable of doing 1080p