Mopidy extension for controlling via input devices
Mopidy headless makes it possible to connect a HID (Human Interface Device), like a remote or a keyboard, to a Mopidy server.
Use ir-keytable from lirc to see which keycodes are supported:
# ir-keytable -td /dev/input/...
The default config is the following:
[headless] enabled = true device = ;needs to be set enable_numbers = true volume_up = KEY_VOLUMEUP volume_down = KEY_VOLUMEDOWN next_song = KEY_RIGHT, KEY_NEXTSONG previous_song = KEY_PREVIOUSSONG, KEY_LEFT play = KEY_PLAY pause = KEY_PAUSE playpause = KEY_ENTER mute = KEY_MUTE next_playlist = KEY_CHANNELDOWN, KEY_DOWN previous_playlist = KEY_CHANNELUP, KEY_UP shuffle = KEY_RECORD
The device is found in /dev/input.
By default the numpad of the remote is bound to the corresponding playlists on your Mopidy installation. Disable this by setting enable_numbers to false.
Make sure that the user running mopidy can read from the device you want to use. See http://puredata.info/docs/faq/how-can-i-set-permissions-so-hid-can-read-devices-in-gnu-linux to allow a non-root user to read from input devices.
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