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1  Linux Stuff / General Linux questions / Re: RFCOMM Socket on GuruPlug on: January 22, 2012, 06:52:03 PM
I was able to make RFCOMM Socket work with a USB BT dongle from Belkin. This uses btusb driver. Are there any know issues with btmrvl_sdio driver ?

I am still using the default kernel ( 2.6.32.2 ) that Plug was shipped with.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks !!!
2  Linux Stuff / General Linux questions / RFCOMM Socket on GuruPlug on: January 20, 2012, 01:16:06 AM
Hi ,

I am trying to make GuruPlug communicate with an Android Phone over Bluetooth using RFCOMM Socket.
The same RFCOMM code work fine when compiled and run on x86 Ubuntu. Android application is able to communicate with the x86 Ubuntu successfully.

After pairing Andorid Phone with GuruPlug when I try to connect from Android Phone to RFCOMM Socket on GuruPlug, the request comes in to GuruPlug but it errors out.

Here is what I see in syslog on the plug :

Jan 19 15:41:44 gPlug bluetoothd[1817]: src/adapter.c:adapter_get_device() adapter_get_device(CD:F0:E8:89:B3:89)
Jan 19 15:41:44 gPlug bluetoothd[1817]: link_key_request (sba=11:25:23:3D:EF:8F, dba=CD:F0:E8:89:B3:89)
Jan 19 15:41:44 gPlug bluetoothd[1817]: src/security.c:link_key_request() kernel auth requirements = 0x04
Jan 19 15:41:44 gPlug bluetoothd[1817]: src/security.c:link_key_request() link key type = 0x05
Jan 19 15:41:45 gPlug bluetoothd[1817]: link_key_request (sba=11:25:23:3D:EF:8F, dba=CD:F0:E8:89:B3:89)
Jan 19 15:41:45 gPlug bluetoothd[1817]: src/security.c:link_key_request() kernel auth requirements = 0x04
Jan 19 15:41:45 gPlug bluetoothd[1817]: src/security.c:link_key_request() link key type = 0x05
Jan 19 15:42:15 gPlug bluetoothd[1817]: Disconnection failed: 0x22


Any help/pointer is highly appreciated.

Thanks !!
3  General Category / General Discussion / Re: How can i connect a CCTV camera to guru plug...??? on: June 09, 2011, 04:09:05 PM
I have a LogiTech Webcam working my guru plug. Just had to enable the 4VL drivers in the kernel config file and now the USB camera shows up as /dev/video0.

Hope this helps.
4  Linux Stuff / Kernel / Re: New kernel for guruplug-Display ? on: May 24, 2011, 09:31:45 AM
Thanks guys !! I will try it out and get back.

-HS
5  Linux Stuff / Kernel / New kernel for guruplug-Display ? on: May 20, 2011, 11:39:57 PM
I just got my guruplug-Display. It came with kernel 2.6.29.
Is there a newer kernel available for download for guruplug-Display ? If not, any pointers on how to build a new kernel and root file system for it ?

Thanks in advance.

-HS
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