I hope you find these notes useful - just remember that it's up to you whether you decide to act upon them - they worked for me, but you use them Heh. Now, I'm getting similar if not always identical results on both machines. In the terminal window behind gnome-ppp I could see the dialog between the Acer and the phone and... this contact form
I tried that too without any success. Download links are at the bottom of this post. 4) Download the kernel modules pack bluetooth.tgz (compiled using a vanilla 22.214.171.124 kernel), extract the files and copy them to the folder But when I press the button to scan for bluetooth stuff on my mouse, I don't get a popup window. Or take this little shell scripting for i in `seq 0 255` do if [ ! -c /dev/rfcomm$i ]; then mknod -m 666 /dev/rfcomm$i c 216 $i fi done > 2. https://sourceforge.net/p/bluez/mailman/message/15269375/
May be the auto discover of usb devices but i'm not familiar with this... Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products. Sign up now! Maybe you can help with that?
Pinging from the tablet (although no -f option in busybox ping), top-over-ssh etc also work fine during the rfcomm connect. If you want a server channel you have to write your own program. It never even occurred to me to compile as modules! *happy dance* mattymatt, Aug 20, 2008 #15 Guest Guest linker3000 said: 7) If your Bluetooth dongle seems dead - remove linker3000, Aug 7, 2008 #7 bug Joined: Jul 24, 2008 Messages: 10 No I didn't.
Unbuntu, on both machines, is installed to an SD card (two different SD cards). You seem to have CSS turned off. I allways have to turn to this... weblink And I think reason for it > is that running whole loop takes little bit longer that 1 second.
Regards Marcel Re: [Bluez-users] no route to host From: Rainer Lay
I have to execute 'pand' on the master, then 'pand' on the slave, > and then 'ifconfig' on both. mattymatt, Aug 21, 2008 #17 Guest Guest Ah, hidd --search did the trick. OPTIONS: Connections: I have nothing ticked. Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ? < is the place to report it, thanks !
I'll have to try PAN with my HTC Tytn II instead of DUN. weblink A 'pairing request' box should pop up on the Acer One asking for a key too. I can successfully start the device and scan forremote devices. You seem to have CSS turned off.
No need to restart networking either. I updated to OS 2008 plus the > latest update which was Feb or Mar. > > This is on an n810. AFAIK, my issues are configurational, not HW-specific. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-open/word-unable-to-open-hyperlink-cannot-open-the-specified-file.html My LD-3W is currently misplaced in another country, but rfcomm or l2ping to a phone doesn't cause any problems either.
Useful reading: This PDF is chapter 7 of "Linux Unwired" from O'Reilly and it contains further notes on getting Bluetooth working, pairing devices, file transfers, OBEX, PAN and printing: http://www.devx.com/assets/download/10183.pdf Happy Does dmesg on the tablet show anything interesting? Comment 25 Andre Klapper 2009-07-16 18:08:35 UTC Still valid in latest Fremantle. 1.
Join Date Mar 2008 Beans 132 "Host is Down" for BT Phone-Modem 10.04 on an eeePC 701 with a BT connection to a Nokia E71 This was working FINE on 9.04 Comment 5 tz (reporter) 2008-06-20 22:47:47 UTC it also works in the xterm. rgds, Rainer Re: [Bluez-users] no route to host From: Marcel Holtmann
All Rights Reserved. I've not rebooted again, but suspect that might restart things. Take a look at rctest or the mailing list archive, because I have explained this many times now. > Anyhow, it is not clear to me to test rfcomm with minicom; his comment is here User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License.
I can successfully start the device and scan forremote devices. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? rfcomm bind 0 00:04:61:80:4F:5A 1 Your way only work, because it was rfcomm0. It DOES, but not what I wanted: after using pon.wvdial and making a connection and then exiting via ^C, I get: --> Cannot open /dev/rfcomm0: Device or resource busy when I
Initially, I was using the same BT dongle, switching it between machines as needed for testing. Take a Bluetooth enabled phone and call rfcomm bind 0
So, FWIW, I seem to be able to get out of the error state by toggling BT OFF/ON. Grr. I'll keep trying to reproduce this in another ways.