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Thread: "Standby / Hibernate" OS Action

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    Default "Standby / Hibernate" OS Action

    I am a noob to Girder but am playing around with an MCE remote -> USB-UIRT -> Girder. Using the "Standby / Hibernate" OS Action, I can assign the MCE remote's power button to place the system in standby. This works successfully. Seeing that there is no "Resume / Wake" OS Action... how does one assign a remote button to wake the system up? The USB-UIRT has power and blinks while in standby... but I guess Girder doesn't receive remote control events while in standby?

    Thanx

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    If I remember correctly, in the configuration dialog for the USB-UIRT plugin you can specify the wakeup behaviour. I think you can specify something like 4 different IR signals that can wake the PC.
    --Rob

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    @Rob H

    Under Plugins -> USB-UIRT tab, I only have the following (attached). Is there someplace else to do USB-UIRT configs?
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    Hmm... might be in the action tree under USB-UIRT. Mine is connected to a PC that isn't normally powered up.
    --Rob

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    Wow, you are right... they hide more config options over there. Btw... after getting to those config options and programming the button into the USB-UIRT flash, Standby / Wake-up works great. Thanx!
    Last edited by DToolan; November 18th, 2009 at 05:10 PM.

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