First of all, after I install cec support for hdmi from jivelite plugin, when I start Kodi from Jivelite interface the keys from my remote double press because there are two instances of CEC libraries (libcec-daemon and libcec that kodi comes with). This makes it impossible to navigate. As a workaround, I disabled the library that kodi has from system – peripherals – libcec 4.0). The problem is that libcec from kodi had support for all the buttons on my remote (Samsung tv), but libcec-daemon doesn’t see some buttons (select button, for example, which is essential for navigation).
Is there a way to kill libcec-daemon when I start kodi? This would be useful because the cec library that kodi has is more compatible and configurable.
Or, is there a way to map the buttons from libcec-daemon? For this, I have read on bramp/libcec-daemon on github that I would have to edit a file and recompile (You will have to edit src/main.cpp and recompile. The mappings can be found on line 94 – 173.). I do not know how to do this via ssh on max2play.
I apologise for my poor English and misuse of technical terms. Thank you!
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