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bastichelaar
Hello,

Is there anyone who has this card (Sitecom CN-501)? And is it working? Thanks...
bastichelaar
Never mind, just ordered a Conceptronics BT card, according to this list, it should work with the Bluez package... Thanks anyway! I will post a review in this forum later, it is a very cheap card, available at www.alternate.nl for no more than 50 €...
bastichelaar
Oeps... just saw that the card on that site isn't the compactflash version, but the pcmcia... However, I will try the card, and send it back if it doesn't work.
tovarish
hi,

i ordered this card too. does it work

tovarish
gamemastermischa
QUOTE(tovarish @ Nov 10 2004, 02:11 PM)
hi,

i ordered this card too. does it work

tovarish
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And? Does it work? Anyone?

GMM
cptpike
QUOTE(gamemastermischa @ Dec 2 2005, 05:01 AM) *
QUOTE(tovarish @ Nov 10 2004, 02:11 PM)
hi,

i ordered this card too. does it work

tovarish
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And? Does it work? Anyone?

GMM


I know this is reviving a 2 year old post but, I thought I would respond for the sake of other users who have or want to buy this card. It does work with cacko 1.23. I have the card and it works right out of the box.
littlez
Hello,
I have the bluetooth card (Sitecom CN-501) on Cacko 1.23 C1000 and it works right with line comand.
The GUI (bluetooth-support_1.23-1_arm.ipk) seems doesn't work when I send a file.

littlez
dproldan
Hi,

It works fine in PDAXii13 after modifying this line in /etc/bluetooth/bt-uart.conf

"Compact Flash", "Bluetooth Card", "", "":/dev/ttyS3 -s 921600 bcsp:/dev/ttyS3 baud_base 921600

and deleting the second line with "Compact Flash", "Bluetooth Card",......
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