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Old 08-04-2003, 08:51 AM   #1
mrant
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Toshiba Tecra 520CDT IR


Has anyone gotten the Infra Red port on the Toshiba Tecra 520CDT working under Linux? If so what com port, if any, does it operate on? I've tried to get Lirc to work with no success. I found this page which breifly explains that the IR port DOES work. http://www.cck.uni-kl.de/misc/tecra710/#serpar
And according to more sources, the Tecra 520CDT uses something called UIRCC. But I have also read about Toshoboe drivers. Any input is greatly appreciated.

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