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OttoAcuna
post Feb 26 2005, 10:46 PM
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Tumnus,

Thanks for the effort!!!

I need some help here. I have a SL-5500 running TKC ROM with cacko latest kernel upgrade, and as I understand, this cacko release already support my Ambicom BT-2000CF (white label), as I have been having some trouble trying ambicom to exchange it for the old one. I only have basic experience with linux (SUSE 8 and 9 who babysits us newbies with the graphical configuration program).

I have not applied your patches as I already have latest Cacko, Card is recognized when plugged in as MAVIN BLUETOOTH CARD. From there on, I have no idea how to get devices paired (my interest is mainly with cell phone ericsson T39m and PC).

I am in the process to get an Aircable device and try to sell this one to an Ipaq owner down here (in Costa Rica).

What do you think? Any hope to make this one work?

Any help appreciated.

Otto Acuña
Servinfor Data Recovery Services
www.recuperacion.net
San Jose, Costa Rica
Central America
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tumnus
post Feb 27 2005, 03:43 PM
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I'm afraid the latest Ambicom BT CF card still isn't supported at all. There are no Linux drivers for it.

In any case, instructions for setting up Bluetooth can be found here
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tumnus
post Feb 28 2005, 08:28 AM
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I've uploaded a new version of the susp-resume-bluez package that should resume serial based cards like the Socket Rev G card properly. See the Second Post
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post Feb 28 2005, 09:55 PM
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*sigh* yep, can definitely confirm the ambicom bt2000c CF card isn't working.... *grumble* ... but the ambicom bt2000 usb dongle works fine... though I really look rather over-techied out when I whip out my digital river usb converter, smack the bluetooth dongle on it, slap it into my gigantic sharp zaurus (with the expansion CF pack lol...) ... ohhh boy... batman factor is on an all-time high these days... ph34r.gif
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lgurevich
post Feb 28 2005, 10:51 PM
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QUOTE(tumnus @ Feb 27 2005, 06:43 PM)
I'm afraid the latest Ambicom BT CF card still isn't supported at all. There are no Linux drivers for it.


I have no problem to use this card on my laptop Toshiba Satellite 1115-S103 with SUSE 9.2.
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tumnus
post Mar 1 2005, 12:25 AM
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QUOTE(lgurevich @ Mar 1 2005, 06:51 AM)
I have no problem to use this card on my laptop Toshiba Satellite 1115-S103 with SUSE 9.2.
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What does 'cardctl ident' give for your card? The BT2000E card is supported. The BT2000C card is not. The BT2000C card is the later card.
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lgurevich
post Mar 1 2005, 05:46 PM
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QUOTE(tumnus @ Mar 1 2005, 03:25 AM)
QUOTE(lgurevich @ Mar 1 2005, 06:51 AM)
I have no problem to use this card on my laptop Toshiba Satellite 1115-S103 with SUSE 9.2.
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What does 'cardctl ident' give for your card? The BT2000E card is supported. The BT2000C card is not. The BT2000C card is the later card.
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Socket 1:
product info: "AmbiCom BT2000C", "Bluetooth PC/CF Card", "", ""
manfid: 0x022d, 0x2000
function: 2 (serial)

In fact I have both BT2000E (black top) and BT2000C (blue top).
BTW, SUSE 9.2 found the card BT2000C and Belkin Bluetooth USB adapter once!
Just works!
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xjqian
post Apr 17 2005, 07:39 PM
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6k, stock rom, adf's fast kernel
Socket BT rev H with stamp "8510-00159H". Did a search with "rev H" in the whole forum. People reported this exact card did work both with Cacko and Pdax rom.

installed
CODE
sudo
bluez-zaurus_2.13-2.4.18-alpha3_arm.ipk
susp-resume-bluez_0.9.3_arm.ipk


card recongnized fine as: Socket Bluetooth CF Card Rev G+

but stuck at the point with hciconfig giving back
CODE
BD Address: 00:00:00:00:00:00 ACL MTU: 0:0 SCO MTU 0:0
etc

I know these numbers shouldn't be all zero.

tried
CODE
hciattach /dev/ttyS3 bcsp 230400

same result.

Anybody get hint? TIA
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xjqian
post Apr 24 2005, 04:48 AM
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i got it figured out. i'm typing using the bt dialup. my phone LG PM-325 with Sprint PCS Vision.

first of all, I flashed back to the stock 6K kernel. Now hciconfig returns the correct MAC addr dor my bt card

secondly, I have to do a SW update on my LG phone. This updates the phone OS to v18, which specificly says "improves the bluetooth performance". Without this, sdptool browse won't find anyservice and returns time out.

now. with sdptool browse working. the rest is just following up the bt how-to

note: dial up service is actually set as channel 4 in the LG

enabled my bt phone as always visible
and fire up dial-up connection. that't it. I see the 3G RX TX in my LG phone. Thanks Tumnus for the bluz driver.
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post Apr 24 2005, 10:32 PM
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more updates about suspend-resume

bluez-zaurus_2.13-2.4.18-alpha3_arm.ipk
susp-resume-bluez 0.9.3
sudo 0.1

suspend resume seems still problematic

hciconfig is able to return the correct MAC address for the BT CF card. However, sdptool browse returns : "inquiry failed".
hcitool dev didn't report any device

then tried. /etc/rc.d/init.d/bluetooth restart
shutting down is ok, but
starting Bluetooth ... BCSP initialization timed out

have to do an
cardctl eject/insert or physically reinsert the card to bring the bluetooth back
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post Apr 27 2005, 07:45 AM
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will those nice drivers work with a c1000 used with a belkin bluetooth cf?
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post Apr 27 2005, 07:53 AM
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QUOTE(steliosx @ Apr 27 2005, 03:45 PM)
will those nice drivers work with a c1000 used with a belkin bluetooth cf?
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Look here: http://www.oesf.org/index.php?title=Bluetooth_Card_Support

If a card isn't listed here, then at best no one has tried or updated the list and at worst it doesn't work at all.
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steliosx
post Apr 27 2005, 10:18 AM
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thanks for your reply and continuous support tumnus. if it werent for helpful ppl like you the zaurus community would be a whole lot different. thanks again, we really owe you a lot of things.. smile.gif
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adrian
post May 4 2005, 05:52 AM
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QUOTE(tumnus @ Apr 27 2005, 05:53 PM)
http://www.oesf.org/index.php?title=Bluetooth_Card_Support

If a card isn't listed here, then at best no one has tried or updated the list and at worst it doesn't work at all.


At this webpage I can see that the Billionton card is unsupported while at post #9 I've read that it works...what's the truth then? smile.gif
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tumnus
post May 4 2005, 01:49 PM
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QUOTE(adrian @ May 4 2005, 01:52 PM)
QUOTE(tumnus @ Apr 27 2005, 05:53 PM)
http://www.oesf.org/index.php?title=Bluetooth_Card_Support

If a card isn't listed here, then at best no one has tried or updated the list and at worst it doesn't work at all.

At this webpage I can see that the Billionton card is unsupported while at post #9 I've read that it works...what's the truth then? smile.gif
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That would come under "no one has updated the list" smile.gif

If Edbo has tried his Billionton card with the packages I created and got it to work then I guess it sort of is supported. It's not working out of the box at the moment though. You have to make the changes Edbo gives.

I am also not sure whether there are several versions of the Billionton card, so I would prefer that someone with a working card updates the list as they can give specific model and ident details. That's why the list is on a Wiki page after all. wink.gif
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