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Re: Problem Connecting 6100 with DKU-5 in Linux(using gnokii)

From: BORBELY Zoltan
Subject: Re: Problem Connecting 6100 with DKU-5 in Linux(using gnokii)
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2004 13:06:29 +0200
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On Mon, May 31, 2004 at 02:44:03PM -0000, Selvaraju  s wrote:
> If you are not the concerned person, pl. forward it to the concerned person, 
> or mail me the mail-id of the concerned person.
> After going through the article on SENDING SMS ALERTS published in the April, 
> 2004 issue of PCQUEST, I tried that and faced problem as detailed below. 
> Please give me a solution.
> I have a Nokia 6100 phone having firmware version-v5.51, dt. 27-02-04, NPL-2 
> (L) Nokia. I am unable to connect to the phone from my server running on 
> RedHat Linux 7.1 (Kernel 2.4.2-2) using original NOKIA DKU-5 cable. The cable 
> has been detected by the Operating System. If I set the value of parameter 
> equal to "dku-5", the error "unsupported[global] connection 'dku5'" is given. 
> For other values , the software is unable to detect the device. I have tried 
> with gnokii-0.5.8-1 and gnokii-0.6.0-1, both installed from 'rpm'. I have 
> recently downloaded the 'tar'-ball of gnokii-0.6.1.
> Communication between computer and the phone using the same cable has been 
> tested in a Windows XP PC with the Nokia PC Suite. Eagerly waiting for a 
> solution. In the local market DKU-5 is the only cable available for use with 
> 6100.

As Pawel said try to use connection = serial. You have to know which is
your serial device. If you aren't using devfs, the address probably
is /dev/ttyUSB0. You can set the following parameters:

    port = /dev/ttyUSB0
    connection = serial
    model = 6100


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