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(Enabling LIRC support in Mupen64Plus)
Latest revision as of 16:07, 26 July 2015
Mupen64Plus includes support for Linux Infrared Remote Control (LIRC). This can be used to send commands to Mupen64Plus using a remote control.
Building with LIRC support
To build Mupen64Plus with LIRC support, download and unzip the source code, and pass "LIRC=1" to make. See the README for full details on build/installation of Mupen64Plus.
$ make LIRC=1 all
Configuring LIRC Commands
LIRC uses a config file to define mappings between buttons on your remote control (as defined in lircd.conf) and the commands you want to send to Mupen64Plus. Mupen64Plus expects the LIRC config to be in a file called .lircrc in the user's home directory.
The LIRC config file contains a block for each button mapping. Here is an example block:
begin prog = mupen64plus button = Back/Exit config = quit end
This maps the "Back/Exit" button on the remote control to the "quit" mupen64plus command.
You can also use the "repeat" keyword to have LIRC repeatedly send a command while you're holding down a button on the remote control. Here is an example block:
begin prog = mupen64plus button = Vol+ repeat = 1 config = vol+ end
This maps the "Vol+" button on the remote control to the "vol+" mupen64plus command. The repeat line means that LIRC will repeatedly send the "vol+" command as long as the remote control button is held down. Increasing the repeat number decreases how often the command will be sent to mupen64plus.
The following table lists the Mupen64Plus commands that can be mapped to remote control buttons in your LIRC config file:
|0-9||Set current statesave slot to given slot number.|
|save||Save game state to currently selected statesave slot.|
|load||Load game statesave from currently selected statesave slot.|
|fullscreen||Toggle fullscreen mode.|
|screenshot||Take a screenshot.|
|vol+||Increase volume by 2%. Note: svn only, not available in v1.3|
|vol-||Decrease volume by 2% Note: svn only, not available in v1.3|
|mute||Mute/unmute volume Note: svn only, not available in v1.3|