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Old 04-17-2008, 10:17 PM   #1
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Consumer IR model on my laptop?

I want to set lirc. But I don't know my CIR (Consumer IR) model of my laptop. So can't compile lirc with correct parameter.
How can I get this manufacture/model of CIR?
lspci does not give any trick...
By the way can I use a CIR in SIR mode for cellular phone communicating?

My laptop is Acer 5520G.


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