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luimarma
post Jul 29 2004, 01:40 AM
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Tumnus,

The screenshots for bluez with obex push look very nice, would you be interested on sharing the sources?
Is there anywhere to commit changes to pannetworkapplet sources (to add the dhcp for pan)?
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cwaig
post Jul 29 2004, 01:47 AM
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I might try to pick up this one at some point - it'd be nice to get it going, and I've been thinking about adding Bluetooth support to IRK for a while now (Pocketop have a Bluetooth PDA keyboard coming out RSN, which would be dead handy....).

Anyone got a copy of the old Bluetooth howto page for getting it to work again?
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tumnus
post Jul 29 2004, 02:01 AM
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cwaig, the howto is back up on the ZUG site.

luimarma, there's practically no code behind the Obex stuff in the Bluetooth GUI. I need to finish some things off and rework some other bits and comment everything. When it's in a usable state I will release it with the basic working along with the source. Then someone (cwaig?) could add the Obex bit. As for the network applets, I could add you to the project here: http://community.zaurus.com/projects/bluez . Are you registered there?
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luimarma
post Jul 29 2004, 02:36 AM
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I have just registered into comunity.zaurus.com I will commit the changes when allowed to.

Thanks!
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tumnus
post Jul 29 2004, 02:57 AM
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luimarma, Did you use the same username?
Also, can you login to the community section? I think you may have to email one of the admins to get your account setup correctly on the Community bit.

Here's a thought... Does anyone have a 6000W? That has bluetooth in it already, so what does it have in terms of a config app, Obex support, etc? If it's any decent, I wonder if we can legally nick the Bluetooth software in the 6000W ROM. Only problem then might be no source.
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luimarma
post Jul 29 2004, 06:07 AM
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Yes, I used the same login and I can login and logout without problems.
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post Jul 29 2004, 08:02 AM
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QUOTE(tumnus @ Jul 27 2004, 11:39 PM)
The BlueZ OBEX stuff is still very rudementary at the moment. Last time I checked, there was a test OBEX app in their CVS that didn't do very much. I certainly don't know enough about the BlueZ drivers and OBEX to progress that any further and I couldn't even get the program and OBEX library compiled for ARM anyway.

Tumnus:
I'm confused... did you mean that the BlueZ OBEX is rudimentary, or just the Zaurus implementation? I took it to mean the former. There is also the matter of the OBEX library. Are you still working on getting it ported to the Zaurus?


I would be happy just to be able to use the OBEX utilities from the command line until somone releases a GUI. If that will not be happening in the near future, then I would like to at least try Affix. How difficult would it be to remove the built-in BlueZ from Cacko 1.21? I would greatly appreciate it if someone could tell me how to do this.

I appreciate tumnus, luimarma, and cwaig's comments and info, and your willingness to work on these issues. I hope to see some progress on your BlueZ-Zaurus enhancements soon. Thank you!
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tumnus
post Jul 29 2004, 11:50 AM
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QUOTE(ZeeUser @ Jul 29 2004, 04:02 PM)
I'm confused... did you mean that the BlueZ OBEX is rudimentary, or just the Zaurus implementation? I took it to mean the former. There is also the matter of the OBEX library. Are you still working on getting it ported to the Zaurus?

The KDE Bluetooth Framework shows the BlueZ Obex implementation is quite complete. For myself, at the moment, I am working on getting basic Bluetooth configuration working in a nice GUI instead of people having to edit text files. Obex support was last on the list. It may be someone (like Debian) has an ARM version of libopenobex, but I have a feeling that there may be libc version issues.

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I appreciate tumnus, luimarma, and cwaig's comments and info, and your willingness to work on these issues. I hope to see some progress on your BlueZ-Zaurus enhancements soon. Thank you!

Yes, it's nice to see some more people interested in working on this. Maslovsk did an excellent job with the Bluetooth network applets and it's good to have some more support too.
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post Jul 29 2004, 01:18 PM
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QUOTE(tumnus @ Jul 29 2004, 08:50 PM)
The KDE Bluetooth Framework shows the BlueZ Obex implementation is quite complete.


I wonder how much work it would be to get the KDE Bluetooth Framework running on the Zaurus ....

Having a quick look at the pages and links, I found some quite useful software for my project ( which will I start later this year ) to get a platform independent mobile phone manager implemented, which syncs Mobile phones with the PIM data stored in KO/Pi and KA/Pi.

I did not decide to use some specific bluetooth stuff ( I was thinking about to communicate to the phone via serial connection, that may be bluetooth, Irda or serial port) , but maybe it would be useful.

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post Jul 30 2004, 04:39 AM
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QUOTE(tumnus @ Jul 29 2004, 11:50 AM)
It may be someone (like Debian) has an ARM version of libopenobex, but I have a feeling that there may be libc version issues.

libopenobex

Of course, I do not know where to go from here; I am learning Linux from the Zaurus (probably the most difficult way, I'm sure). A manual search shows both libglib 1.2 and libc6 present on my Zaurus (I'm sure there's a fancier way to see which dependencies exist). I do not know what do do with a .deb file, though.

Mickeyl:
I also see that OpenZaurus has libopenobex in the 3.3.5/Shepherd feed. Have you or anyone else in your team been able to test the functionality of bluetooth OBEX? I am already interested in trying OpenZaurus, and bluetooth support would be a deciding factor. By the way, have you seen this thread? wink.gif
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Bane
post May 12 2005, 12:06 PM
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Any word on the BlueZ gui. The last post I found was from many months ago. That last post in this thread was from July 2004. Did this thread move somewhere else? Or was the entire idea scrapped ?
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tumnus
post May 15 2005, 03:55 PM
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I worked on it over Christmas, haven't got much further really, sorry. If my wife will let me, I need to take a weekend and try and get it to a usable state.
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DRDR
post May 16 2005, 06:24 AM
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I use Cacko ROM 1.22 on a C860. There's it a command line tool called obexpush included. This and receiving OBEX transfers works. Does Cacko also use Bluez?
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guylhem
post May 16 2005, 02:14 PM
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Tumnus, even if it isn't pretty, just release it. I'm sure some people here can fix it :-)
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Ragnorok
post May 19 2005, 07:07 AM
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- Tumnus: the zaurus community link for BlueZ leads to the "Sharp Support Center". Patently useless, that. How would one go about getting the source for BlueZ alpha4 that runs on the C1000? And of course getting into the development community at large. (grin) Thanks for your time...
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