I just finished installing Fedora 18 and out of the box I noticed that it recognizes my IMON/MCE Remote control. I have had to make some changes to the rc_keymaps/imon_mce file to remap some of the keys, but it is pretty accurate.
However, when I use the remote with XBMC, I see that I sometimes get multiple presses instead of just one. For instance, if I press the down arrow once quickly, it will scroll down several lines very fast before stopping.
I've done a little searching online and have seen a lot of talk about Lirc, and the need to ensure that only Lirc is decoding the keypresses and not both Lirc and the kernel. However, from what I understand Lirc is already built into the kernel, so I am a little confused.
If I check which protocols are listening, I see only rc-6:
# cat /sys/class/rc/rc0/protocols [rc-6]
What do I need to do to fix this problem?
Additionally, when I modify the imon_mce file, what service do I need to restart in order to reread the new file? I know I can force it using ir-keytable, but I presumed that there must be some service that loads up upon bootup.