The humorum Ratoc CFU-1 driver has associated modules that ostensibly support, among other things, USB Bluetooth adaptors. I have an Orange Micro Blue2 adaptor I'd love to get working.

When I modprobe the bluetooth module and plug in the Blue2, dmesg says:

hub.c: USB new device connect on bus1/1, assigned device number 4
bluetooth.c: found interrupt in
bluetooth.c: found bulk out
bluetooth.c: found bulk in
bluetooth.c: USB Bluetooth converter detected
bluetooth.c: Bluetooth converter now attached to ttyUB0 (or usb/ttub/0 for devfs)
bluetooth.c: usb_bluetooth_probe - improper number of endpoints. Bluetooth driver not bound.
bluetooth.c: usb_bluetooth_probe - improper number of endpoints. Bluetooth driver not bound.
bluetooth.c: usb_bluetooth_probe - improper number of endpoints. Bluetooth driver not bound.
bluetooth.c: usb_bluetooth_probe - improper number of endpoints. Bluetooth driver not bound.
bluetooth.c: usb_bluetooth_probe - improper number of endpoints. Bluetooth driver not bound.
bluetooth.c: usb_bluetooth_probe - improper number of endpoints. Bluetooth driver not bound.
bluetooth.c: usb_bluetooth_probe - improper number of endpoints. Bluetooth driver not bound.

There is a device at /dev/usb/ttub/0; if I cat /dev/usb/ttub/0 I don't get the "no such file or directory" message, so it seems as if it is to some degree working.

I cannot figure out what to do next, though. I'd sure appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction.

Thanks!