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Hi!

You have to adjust the path to your pppd-executeable in the btd.c-File. Type
"which pppd" to find out the path. In my case (SuSE 6.4) it is
/usr/sbin/pppd. Attention: You must have the permission to execute pppd.
Maybe you have to login as root.

Best regards

Frank


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Betreff: [bluetooth-dev] How can I fix it?


Hi!

I'm trying to execute 'btd.c' program.
And my test result is shown following error messages in server side.

$ ./btd -r server -u /dev/ttyS1 -e 0 -i no_hw

Bluetooth Contro Application
---------------------------
Running as server
....

Moduem emulation set to 0
No hw init done
Starting ppp server on /dev/ttyBT0
/bin/pppd: no such file or directory
<--------------------
Spawned pppd[899] in the background.

How can I fix it?

Best regards

Yang Gi Kang