|RE: [equinox-dev] Using LIRc library in Equinox|
The problem can be because OSGI does not recognize the LIRC daemon, because I have tried to introduce all the classes from LIRC packages in my bundle and I have the same result. I do not know if I have to do something special to relate the OSGI framework with the LIRC daemon in Ubuntu, or include some libraries. I do not know much about LIRC but I think that is a daemon which takes data from remote control and then send this information to a socket, so I think my bundle just should interact with a “socket”, but there are an API to use LIRC in Java called JLIRC which I think should be enough.
Any idea will help me.
I am trying to use LIRC libraries in order to use remote controls in my bundles running on Equinox.
For this task, I download de JLIRC source and put it all together in a new bundle called RemoteLIRC, then I exported the next packages:
Then I imported these packages in another bundle called Remote Manager which use some of the classes defined in these packages.
I did not get any error in compilation time with Eclipse but when I tried to launch Remote Manager by console I got a java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class org.lirc.socket.UnixSocketImpl
I do not know If I am putting right the LIRC packages or is it a problem from sockets?
Thank you in advance