Most Sony consumer electronic devices have a control port of some form
or another. Additionally, with some extra hardware (such as a
slinke from Nirvis) it
is possible to control devices with an infrared control port.
Add a small Linux box into the home theatre rack and suddenly
a high level of automation becomes possible.
Currently there is support for Sony audio CD changers (CX-*)
and Sony DVD players and changers (DVP-CX850P and DVP-530).
Other devices may work, some may require reverse engineering
of the control codes. The user software currently supports
parallel port interface
If I ever purchase a slink-e, it will be supported too.
Please take a few seconds to tell me what S-Link devices you own
in this survey.
How to participate in the development
You can checkout the source code either by
downloading the code or check it out from CVS (Hit return when prompted for a password)
cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/jukebox-control login
cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/jukebox-control co jukebox-control
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