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> Bluetooth Problem On Henntges Oz 3.5.3, Getting Bluetooth started on OZ
post Aug 28 2005, 12:52 PM
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I have Hentges OZ 3.5.3 and Cardfs up and running on my Z.
Now how do I get bluetooth started on OZ 3.5.3 ?

I have an LSE038 Bluecard which is recognised as soon as I put it into the Z.
However the light never goes on.
The network bnep0 cant be started.
I've tried sdp tool browse but nothing happens.

Card Details

cardctl ident

socket 0:
product info : "WSS" , "LSE039"
manfid: 0x0264, 0x0008
funtion: 6 (network)
Socket 1:
no product info available

I've checked bluetooth.conf - here's the driver for my card.

device "bluecard_cs"
class "bluetooth" module "bluecard_cs"

card "LSE039 Bluetooth PC Card"
version "wss","LSE039"
bind "bluecard_cs"

I assume bluecard_cs is part of the bluetooth module - I dont see it as an opie or oz module -can someone confirm this?

Help please!
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post Sep 14 2005, 05:31 AM
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First of all, many thanks for your help. smile.gif

I fear my problem is on a most basic level.
I'm not trying to setup a connection with a phone by now, but just to have the
bluetooth card running smoothly.
What I'm asking for, is if it your /etc/init.d/bluetooth script works well without any tweaking, and if it's sufficient by itself to make the bluetooth card up and running.
As I said in my previous posts, if I try to run it I get an error, and after tweaking the file I don't get the error anymore, but I'm still unable to use the card properly.
But if I use the sequence of 4 commands (setserial, modprobe, hciattach, hciconfig) everything is fine.

So, actually to make the card works you just run the script you posted, that in turns call the /etc/init.d/bluetooth script? No other tweaks?

If this kind of discussion is not of general interest maybe we can move to PM.

Thanks for your help so far!
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