Linux Infrared Control Part 3: Final Hardware

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Would you like to use a remote control to control your computer? How about using your computer to send remote control signals to your TV or Stereo instead of using the remote?

This is the third in a series of posts where I will describe how to use a Raspberry Pi, Raspbian and Linux Infrared Remote Control (Lirc) to receive and send infrared remote control signals. This post will be focused on finalizing the hardware created and depends on Linux Infrared Control Part 1: Receive IR and Linux Infrared Control Part 2: Send IR.

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Linux Infrared Control Part 2: Send IR

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Would you like to use a remote control to control your computer? How about using your computer to send remote control signals to your TV or Stereo instead of using the remote?

This is the second in a series of posts where I will describe how to use a Raspberry Pi, Raspbian and Linux Infrared Remote Control (Lirc) to receive and send infrared remote control signals. This post will be focused on sending output and depends on Linux Infrared Control Part 1: Receive IR.

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Linux Infrared Control Part 1: Receive IR

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Would you like to use a remote control to control your computer? How about using your computer to send remote control signals to your TV or Stereo instead of using the remote?

This is the first in a series of posts where I will describe how to use a Raspberry Pi, Raspbian and Linux Infrared Remote Control (Lirc) to receive and send infrared remote control signals. This first post will be focused on setup and receiving input.

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Video Game Console Cabinet

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I created a custom cabinet for my video game consoles, AV switch and Framemeister. Includes removable back panel to access and manage the cables.

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Pile of Poo, Framed

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I commissioned a vector version of the Pile of Poo emoji so that I could blow it up, frame it and hang it in my bathroom. I am classy like that.

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