OpenSUSE Hardware :: Terratec T5 / Cinergy DT USB XS Diversity Remote Control

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First my system data:
- OpenSuse 11.4 x64
- KDE SC 4.6.2
- Terratec T5 / Cinergy DT USB XS Diversity -> wiki

I have a this new USB DVB-T Stick and the tv reception works perfect. I tried to set up the remote control as well, but i got stuck. I followed this instruction.

excerpt from lsusb:



When I try to record the keys with the command


Irrecord does not recognize anything. This input device is also mapped to /dev/input/ir but this device doesn't work neither.

I also checked the remote cotrol with a digital camera: it sends ir light on pressing a key.

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Here is the dmesg-message, U can see everthing looks okay:


Here is the message when I start kdetv, that program tries /dev/vbi0



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