Nov 6 2004, 03:30 AM
I discovered that something has changed in the new RC's: the file /etc/pcmcia/serial is changed. So I can't get my Socket Bluetooth Card (rev. G) to work. This file refers to /usr/sbin/hciattach, which doesn't exist. The file is now in /sbin. Also, if I correct this, and I insert the card, it starts the file "serial start blablabla", but then hangs. If I kill serial, and eject my card, the file "serial stop blablabla" hangs...
Somebody can correct this?
Nov 6 2004, 10:10 AM
Maybe that explains why I haven gotten my Rev H card to work with RC5 either? I just got my C860 and RC5 is my first use of pdaXrom. Any help would be appreciated.
Nov 6 2004, 07:34 PM
Finally got my Rev. H card to be recognized.
This should work on Rev. G as well.
Heres what I did, based on a posting from last year I found:
I'm runing pdaXrom RC5.
I have my /etc/pcmcia/bluetooth.conf entry set for my card to be recognized:
card "Socket Bluetooth Card"
version "Socket", "CF+ Personal Network Card Rev 2.5"
Power up to console and log in.
Insert Socket Bluetooth Card
It should spew text about ttyS03 at port 0xf60003f8 bla bla bla
The next line is the key to making everything work!
cardctl resume 0
hciattach /dev/ttyS3 bcsp 230400
It should show
hci0: Type: UART
BD Address: 00:02:C7:42:91:E1 ACL MTU: 340:4 etc etc
The point is the BD address should no longer be 00:00:00:00:00:
I put my Verizon V710 into discoverable mode, the ran
and it responded with
00:0A:28:36:21:12 Motorola Phone
Thats as far as I got so far, now on to make it do something more useful.
I hope this helps you bastichelaar !
Nov 7 2004, 03:46 AM
I already had my card working, but I want it to work automatically... So if I insert the card, it will recognize it and automatically bring hci0 up. But thanks anyway :-)
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