ir-root-controller is a small daemon which listens to the LIRC (Linux Infrared Remote Control) daemon and executes system events.
ir-root-controller is intended to be run as a system daemon and does not require any user to have set up LIRC or events for LIRC.
An example application would be changing the global system volume irrespective of what applications are running or which users (if any) are logged in.
What's New in This Release:
Fixes a bug in the build system.
daemon and root controller
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