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Re: Nokia 6126 with Ubuntu 6.06 LTS

From: Hal Eisen
Subject: Re: Nokia 6126 with Ubuntu 6.06 LTS
Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2006 02:37:36 -0700

Hm.  I can't find any help in the docs.  'hcitool scan' has *always*
shown my phone.

Ok.  My bad.  When I had run "apt-get install bluez-utils gnokii" it
automatically brought in libbluetooth1.  Alas, it did NOT bring in
libbluetooth1-dev.  When I ran ./configure for gnokii-0.6.14, it could
not find the bluetooth header files, so it disabled the bluetooth_open()
function in common/devices/unixbluetooth.c.  (I used GDB to determine
that bluetooth_open() had been #define'd to be "{ return -1 }".)  Once I
ran apt-get to pull in the libbluetooth1-dev package and
re-ran ./configure, recompiled and re-installed, then all was well.

Thanks again for your help.


On Sun, 2006-10-15 at 11:38 +0300, Dimitris Mandalidis wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 15, 2006 at 01:37:43AM -0700, Hal Eisen wrote:
> > Thanks for the quick response.  I've downloaded, compiled and installed
> > the 0.6.14 version of gnokii, and updated my rfcomm_channel setting to
> > 15 from inspecting the results of "sdptool browse" and locating the
> > Nokia PC Suite entry.  Now, when I try to run "gnokii --identify" I get:
> > 
> >         GNOKII Version 0.6.14
> >         Error in link initialisation: 1
> >         Telephone interface init failed: Command failed.
> >         Quitting.
> >         Command failed.
> >         Serial device: closing device
> Please checkout the docs, I 'm sure that I 've seen an explanation of
> 'Error in link initialisation: 1' somewhere. Does 'hcitool scan' show your
> phone now?
> D.

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