When i connect to my laptop a bluetooth usb stick, the bluetooth could not be turned on. the bluetooth dameon is on, and when i press the turn on button, nothing happens. in windows the stick works fine.
The bluetooth manager does not detect a bluetooth dongle .trying to use ndiswrapper to fix.I installed device manager and the results are shown below.i downloaded the windows driver suite. It has 4 .exe self extracting driver archives and a setupconfig.ini. The .ini file is below.I was able to extract one of the 32bit archives on a windows machine and it had about 8 .inf files that are titled weird and would not install properly using ndiswrapper probably because im using the 64-bit architecture. there are 2 64bit .exe's in the driver download, but how can i extract them in ubuntu and do i really need to install all 8 .inf files. also do i actually need to make a .inf file? if so how?
Asus - BT211 mini bluetooth dongle
Code: http:[url].... - windows driver under download section.
Code: Model: Unknown model (id =0x3000) Vendor: atheros Communications, inc[code]....
I am having an problem with bluetooth. Computer seems to find my mobile phone, I can send files from PC to my phone, but not vice versa. As I try to send, it pops "Failed" (in phone) and nothing happens. Kubuntu 10.04 Windows mobile 6 (HTC p3450).
Devices are paired, sending files from laptop to phone no problem. I think, there is a problem with permissions to write into a public dir. Picture 1. Permissions settled for shared 'Public' dir. Picture 2. Grey-out options in Bluetooth 'receive file' dialog. What to install into system to resolve that issue? Or, is there another solution?
i have the following challenge: i have a Bluetooth GPS device that i have connected to my linux notebook. but now i also want to use the same device (or better, GPS data stream) for my Navigation device (HP Ipaq with TomTom). make an serial port bluetooth service (sending) that my Navigation device can connect to. copy the incoming bluetooth serial port data stream to the outgoing bluetooth serial port.
i have already installed GPSD so i have the TCP port where the GPS data is available for everything on my notebook. but now i also want it to send it out through bluetooth.
1. is there someone out there who already did this?
2. how to make an bluetooth serial port service on Fedora 12?
3. how to copy a data stream from 1 device to the next device?
I'm using fedora 13 x86_64 on amd machine. I use usb bluetooth dongle. The bluetooth service doesn't start at all. When I click on bluetooth icon-preferences-turn bluetooth on, after some time it says, bluetooth is disabled. What should I do to enable bluetooth?
I just bought a Bluetooth dongle for my laptop with fedora on it and cannot get the Bluetooth service to start. Tried to do the same on my imac running Fedora and the same thing happened, it said service refreshing and never did.
1. my Atmega168 MCU connected to some servo motors and sensors, and 2. my Linksys WRT54GL router working under OpenWRT Linux WhiteRussian 9. 3. they have a working and tested serial connection.
Now my problem.I open a file descriptor to my serial port called /dev/tts/1, and read a sensor (the second sensor commented, as you see bellow). This works perfect. Then I uncomment the next
sensor, but the code continues to behave as if I didn't uncomment it!If before the reading of the next sensor I first close my original file descriptor and reopen it, it starts to work right, but this is inefficient, as I have various sensors and it is not logical to open
How do I install Javax.comm for serial port programming. I have been all over the Internet without finding anything useful. I did install the librxtx-java package, but still eclipse or monodevelop will not recognize import gnu.io. I am using eclipse. What am I doing wrong. Surely, it should not be this difficult. I might have to do this in C++, or Basic even (Gambas2) if I can not figure this out.
Problems with Bluetooth. The dongle appears to be working, but then it craps out on me after only a few minutes!
I'm using the blueman-manager GUI to connect to my cell phone. If I load blueman-manager almost immediately after connecting my dongle, I can use it for a few minutes, but only long enough to add my phone, pair it and mark it as trusted. Certainly not long enough to send or receive a single file, though. Eventually and inevitably, the connection breaks, blueman-manager hangs/freezes up, and I start getting errors in dmesg.
Here's all the relevant diagnostic stuff...
I added the MARK myself to separate where the dmesg output stops immediately after plugging in the dongle from what appears after the connection is broken. It's right when that timeout error happens that the connection severs itself, and the error usually repeats itself several times.
Even if I just connect the dongle and not do anything except wait a few minutes, after a few minutes that timeout error will still happen. I'm running fluxbox and I don't believe I have any automounting programs, so there wouldn't be any interference from something like that.
I have the dm1 3020 (the version found in most stores) with the ralink rt5390 wifi/BT card that so many people have been posting about, and would like to know how to make sure the bluetooth is disabled. Since I don't have any BT stuff to connect and really want to get all the battery life I can out of this thing I am using Ubuntu 11.04 with KDE, if there is a plasma widget I could use to make sure its disabled? There is no BT icon in the notifications area on the bar.
I have a Dell Vostro 200 running Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic). I want to add Bluetooth capability to my machine. Can anyone recommend an USB Bluetooth adapter that is known to work with Ubuntu 9.10? Perhaps specifically Vostro 200, but I know chances of that might be small.
I have a 9.10 installed on my USB stick drive and I am trying to get my iPhone to tether with bluetooth. I followed a guide, (installed blueman, connected to phone, enabled tethering, set to trust device and provide network access). The computer connects to the network and says it is successful, and the iPhone has the blue flashing banner saying it is now tethering, but firefox doesn't connect to the internet.
Is there a way to force it to use the new tethered connection?
I run ubuntu 9.10. I recently convinced my wife to give it a shot. The problem is, the bluetooth dongle is detected and the icon appears when its plugged in, the mouse is found and says it is pointing in bluetooth manager but it does not move the cursor on the screen. I have tried 2 different dongles and both work correctly and control the mouse on my asus laptop. She is using a toshiba satelite. Both dongles show up in lsusb as hci0. I've tried everything on the forums and everything I could think of but no go. If she doesn't have use of the mouse for farmville I will be in trouble.
So, after the upgrade to 10.10, my bluetooth devices keep cutting in and out, and my Jabra bt125 won't connect to this computer. The Jabra won't even show up on btscanner or bluewho, but it will connect to my phone. The phone connects, but quickly disconnects. When left alone, the two will connect again! A friend's other headset connected, but had the same problems as the phone. That was an LG HBM-210. The signal was good for up to a minute, then down for at least a minute, over and over. Before the upgrade everything worked perfectly. What happened, or what did I forget to do? Might I have removed something critical when I switched Maverick 64-bit to the lubuntu package, and tried to remove some redundancies?
can't receive files via bluetooth whatever I do. When sending from mobile the file transfer dialog opens, but error pops up "Cannot connect to OBEX device". "Cannot copy file.. The remote system refused the network connection"I have
Code: $ sudo dpkg -l |grep blue ii blueman 1.21-2ubuntu1
I have been using ubuntu for a few years now but am a noob when comes to the technical side of things, so apologies for my lack of knowledge.
I am using ubuntu 10.10 on a ZOTAC IONITX-A-U Atom N330 1.6GHz Dual-Core Mini ITX Intel Motherboard and since I have upgraded from 10.04 I no longer have blue tooth capabilities. I have a logitech mx 5500 wireless keyboard and mouse, which uses a bluetooth dongle. This is the strange part as they have both been working until recently.
They both lost their charge and after replacing the batteries in my keyboard it no longer is able to connect. The mouse however works fine, until I dropped it So I bought a microsoft explorer mouse which came with its own bluetooth dongle. Which I plugged in and the mouse works fine.
But when I go to System> Preferences> Bluetooth
I get Bluetooth adapter not present and Your computer does not have any Bluetooth adapters plugged in.
I have spent the last week googling this and can't seem to find any relevant info.
I ran this in terminal code...
Am I wrong in assuming that the logitech and microsoft dongles are being seen?
I have also removed and reinstalled bluetooth and bluetooth manager in the software centre, and the same with synaptic package manager, to no avail.
With both dongles plugged in could this also cause a problem?
i have had my bluetooth keyboard and mouse working fine for a little while now, then one day.. seemingly out of the blue (no pun intended) it stopped. heres what i deduced:
Mouse works fine, always keyboard doesnt.
I'm using a logitech dinovo edge
and i can manually force the keyboard to connect by putting the keyboard into discoverable mode (press the button on the back of it) and using hidd:
Code: hidd --connect XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX but who the heck wants to do that on every reboot or resume from sleep! yikes.. firstly, i noticed that bluetoothd was segfaulting alot: Code: ec 22 17:26:09 hostname kernel: [21329.811149] usb 2-6.2: new full speed USB device using ohci_hcd and address 6
Trying to attach my Motorola Bravo (Android 2.1) phone to my Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS Laptop via Bluetooth. Can see the phone "pair" to it. But If I try to do the transfer of files, or browse (using the bluetooth applet), I can't see the phone.
Where are the configuration files for bluetooth in Lucid?
Trying to enable bluetooth (internal) on my Acer Aspire One D255. Despite bluetooth issues in general, here is the kicker: Acer decided to combine the fn+F3 key and fn+F2 key into one uber-network key. In windows 7 you hit fn+F3 and you get two options on your screen: enable/disable wireless + enable/disable bluetooth. Not so Ubuntu. I hit fn+F3 and it does various things to my wireless or my bluetooth every 3rd or 4th press. Disabling or enabling both... or neither. Very frustrating.
1) How does one remap the fn+F# keys (one for each)
2) Is there any other bluetooth voodoo for the bluetooth on this machine?
I'm using Ubuntu 11.04 and bluetooth turn/off is not possible. However, with 2.6.37 kernel it is possible. Now i have gathered whole info about the device(mac adress, usb port etc) from 2.6.37 and what i need is to somehow use those info in kernel 2.6.38 so that bluetooth works.
lsusb in 2.6.37 (while bt is on)
Code: Bus 008 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 007 Device 002: ID 1241:1603 Belkin Keyboard Bus 007 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 006 Device 002: ID 09da:8090 A4 Tech Co., Ltd
I'm trying to use my bluetooth connection on Opensuse 11.4 to share its internet access with my Windows 7 laptop.I've been able to link them together(send receive files) but cannot create an Adhoc network or share internet with the link.What should I try? Could someone point me into the right direction?I looked at one promising tread that looked as if it would work but cant find hcid.conf(did a complete file search and think it may have been changed in bluez).
How can I find out which Bluetooth profiles are supported on Ubuntu 9.10?Sometimes I see a device say that it needs a certain profile and I would like to be able to see the list that my laptop supports.